MI'Outlaw Bulldogs & Frenchies
We encourage all potential buyers to do their research.
Bringing a bulldog into your home and your heart requires commitment
and should be given much consideration.
What should you look for in a bulldog?
Visit the AKC website HERE for the breed standard.
PLEASE NOTE THE BCA's POSITION ON COLORS!!
Health and temperament are of utmost importance in selecting a dog.
Pay close attention to the pedigree and lines that your bulldog puppy comes from.
The conditions noted below are not common or severe in a well bred puppy.
Ask lots of questions about the history and health of your bulldog's lines.
Understand that a good breeder will have lots of questions for you as well.
It's about trying to make the best match possible.
Interested in learning what to look for in a Show Potential puppy?
Or even just want to ensure your bulldog grows up to really look like a bulldog?
Learn about the Breed Standard, watch educational podcasts:
The Bulldog Club of America is a fantastic resource.
Familiarize yourself with some of the conditions or important things
to note about Bulldog care:
- Bulldogs are a brachycephalic breed- Click HERE to learn more
Does your puppy have a good pallet and nice, open nares?
- Bulldogs are extremely sensitive to heat
Bulldogs are not a breed you leave outside or in enclosed areas for
much length of time! They can overheat easily!
- Cherry eye
- Allergies, sensitive skin, skin infections
Have any questions about the different "Colors" of bulldogs -
Read the breed standard and the position the the Bulldog Club of America has taken: