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KENNEL CLUB ASSURED BREEDERS FOR 32 YEARS

ABOUT MILTONPRIDE BULLDOGS
WE ARE KENNEL CLUB ASSURED BREEDERS

As well as being lovers of this fantastic and noble breed, we are Kennel Club Assured Breeders. Breeding for health and temperament is paramount for us. We have 32 years experience of breeding. All our puppies will come from parents that are HUU clear and hold current Bulldog Breed Council Health certificates. We also offer a lifetime of help and advice to all our prospective puppy families if required.

 

Before embarking on the search for your Bulldog always do your research and make sure you go to a reputable Kennel Club Assured breeder. This will give you the best chance of introducing a good, healthy Bulldog into your family.

BRITISH BULLDOGS

At MiltonPride Bulldogs our aim is to breed fit healthy bulldogs with a temperament second to none. If you are thinking of owning a bulldog of your own it is very important that you do your homework and gain as much knowledge of the breed as possible. They are not a simple or straight forward breed to care for and due to their sensitive nature and loyalty to their owner/family they should not be taken into your home only to find they will be passed down the line in months or years to come. Any prospective homes for MiltonPride puppies will be vetted and offered lifelong advice and help if required.

HISTORY OF THE BREED

Bulldogs were originally used in the barbaric “sport” known as bull-baiting, in which trained dogs would latch onto a tethered bull’s nose and not let go until the dog had pulled the bull to the ground or the bull had killed the dog. Over the course of 350 years, until bull-baiting was banned in 1835, bulldogs were bred for aggression, and an 80-pound dog could easily bring down a bull weighing close to a ton by corkscrewing its own body around its neck and tossing the bull over its own centre of gravity. The wrinkles on the face of the Bulldog helped the blood drain away from his eyes.

These days Bulldogs are highly regarded for being friendly, patient and playful, very dependable and cuddly! They are a great all round family dog and are so  tolerant that they are considered one of the best breeds to have around children. However children do need to learn how to respect and treat them and should never be left unsupervised with any dog – regardless of breed.