An EXCEPTIONALLY Chunky and Healthy (per Dr) litter of 6 amazing little pups, born on Friday January 24 under the guidance of one of our Favorite Veterinarians, Dr. Cortez.
While every puppy has individual coat colors and markings, we cannot ignore the 3 uniquely patterned like a Leopard, Merle Pups - and a Black Tri Merle that resembles Dad, VERY closely!
With 2 Females (1 Tan Merle/1 Masked Tricolor) and 4 Males (Black Tri Merle, Fawn Merle and 2 Black Brindles) the rainbow variety in this bunch just keeps on going! Besides ourselves with the pedigree, the healthy little pups AND their unfounded, super rare, gorgeous characteristics - What else is there to say but Happy New Year!
It is said often that the word Rare in the English Bulldog world is being used too often. I somewhat agree as I have seen breeders calling their Blue (insert variation here) very rare but when you see a dog mostly white with some blue, it's hardly rare. I think people are intelligent enough that they see these rouses. It's a rare bulldog when the unusual color AND conformation are there. The public will find the truth in my opinion, because truly rare English Bulldogs are hard to find, that's what makes them rare ;)
English Bulldogs have a HORRIBLE reputation as having many health problems, but like any dog breed (and depending on the specific breeder/dog), you will find more problems in certain bloodlines.
We are PROUD to note that NOT ONE OF OUR ENGLISH BULLDOGS has exhibited any health issue besides typical ones such as rarely occurring interdigital cysts, etc.
All English Bulldogs benefit from regular health screenings. Some of the most common issues are the Non-Serious/Non-Life-threatening health problems such as interdigital cysts, and cherry eye. All English Bulldogs are susceptible to heat exhaustion, and will require monitoring/cleaning of their skin folds to avoid skin issues.