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MI'Outlaw Bulldogs & Frenchies

The Bulldog Club of America, in keeping with its stated goal of protecting and preserving the official standard, does not condone the breeding of or promotion of colors that are not mentioned in the standard, and/or that are described therein as "undesirable".

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: