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    4. How long do your litters last once they're for sale? Do you ever no sell one and are left with pups?

    This depends.

    How are you marketing them? How are you selling them? How do you have them priced? What is the market condition? How much other competition is there?

    Again, some people do not sell all of their puppies. We do.
    We have never had any puppies be placed even by the time they were 9 weeks old.

    Unlike some other breeders, we do not have a set price. We wait until they are 3 weeks old and then evaluate them. We do not have a set price for a male or a female. Each liter is priced accordingly. We also survey the market locally and nationally to price our puppies competitively. The prices range across the state and the country. What will the market bare?

    We set our prices fairly and we end up placing all of our puppies. Some we have kept until they were 12 weeks old, others have left at 9 weeks. We will not allow to leave before 9 weeks. Each puppy has to prove to us that they are ready to leave the nest.

    Quality always sells.

    Good Day~

    B&B~ABEBD

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    5. ONLY BREEDERS ANSWER THIS: Out of all your litters, how many times have you lost the mother?

    NEVER!

    We use a vet clinic that specializes in Bulldogs. I have used 2 other vets and this one is by far the BEST all around!

    Not skimping on the vet care, having an experienced vet is a must.

    There are more Bulldog breeders that have started to natural breed and even some bitches are now free-whelping. This is still very rare.

    Taking the chance to free-whelp is not worth the risk of death of mom or puppies. Taking the bitch to the vet and to try to free whelp is also still dangerous. Since breeding by c-section limits liter to normally 3 liters, not risking a life is important.

    G'day~

    B&B~ABEBD

    "Opinions are FREE, Suggestions are TRUSTED, Advice is RESPECTED" bwl @2013

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