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Welcome to Bulldog's World!

This site includes information on the bulldog breed, with a specific focus on the English bulldog, as well as ideas from other bulldog owners and breeders, and related input from other sources. The English Bulldog is best known for it's sourmug looks. Bulldogs of today are gentle, loving creatures and they are devoted to their families. Visit us often and we appreciate you coming!

Some quick Bulldog facts:

sites/default/files/bulldog_1.jpgBulldogs are not an aggressive breed and love the simple easy life.
Bulldogs live an average life span of 9 to 12 years and some go more.
Bulldogs love time for sleeping and relaxing, but they enjoy playing.
Bulldogs live in all parts of the world and should see a bulldog vet.
Bulldogs can and do learn tricks, have attitude, and great abilities.
Bulldogs should avoid excess heat and be an indoor dog all the time.
Bulldogs require a c-section for delivery of puppies 90% of the time.
Bulldogs need a good healthy diet and plenty of cool clean water daily.
Bulldogs in rescue can be a great choice for your family and lives.


English Bulldog Photo of the Month


September 2016

This is Daisy. We rescued her last November. She was 5 kilos underweight. She has had to surgery a few times when she first came to us. She had to be spayed due to a prolapse that had not been sorted. Three teeth out, a cancerous lump removed from her cheek, eyelashes plucked, skin infection that took six weeks of antibiotics too clear, tail amputated as she had a screw tail that was basically rotting, which she let me clean twice a day until her surgery with no fuss, ear infection, and horrendous abscesses on her paws, which have to be treated now with antihistamine and steroids daily to keep them under control and her more comfortable.

Through all of this she has been a star; she’s a very loving addition to the family. She is our first bulldog but I'm sure won't be our last. She absolutely adores my husband and we absolutely adore her!

--Michala Johnson


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