Hi, we are a family run business that pride ourselves in free range bulldogs. This mean NO Kennels and plenty of space for them to roam around in all day. Daily walked up the valley mountains, and have no health complications.
We currently have a stunning litter of boys and girls, there are lilac and tan or merle in colour and are ready to leave as of today!! We have an Instagram page that shows what we are all about if you would like to see more background, Premier_Bulldogs1 is our page name.
We will happily do a face time call anytime
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There about fourteen bulldog breeds. These bulldogs are divided into two categories, the traditional bulldogs which are the ancestors of the modern bulldogs we have today. We will be comparing two bulldog breeds in this article—the Old Tyme Bulldog and the American Bulldog
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With their wrinkled face and black round eyes, bulldogs have a distinctive look. People usually think that all bulldogs are the same, but there are actually quite a number of bulldog breeds,. Each of them is built differently.