Well if you get the dog from a reputable breeder off that list you should be in fairly good shape as far as health goes. There are no guarantees of course and any dog can cost a decent amount in vet bills, let alone a bully. You should first consider getting pet health insurance if this is an issue for you. Actually first you need to be realistic and think how devoted are you to wanting a bulldog. What would happen if you did have health problems? I mean getting the bully from a good breeder will help cut down the odds of hip problems and other reg bully health issues BUT there is always that chance of them swallowing something and needing surgery etc. If this isnt something you are willing to accept right now as a possibility then maybe you should wait and save up some money to keep as an emergency fund for just in case. My boy came from a good breeder and thankfully we havent had any real health problem yet and he is over 5. Doesnt mean it wont happen still tho. There are so many bullies that end up in shelters because people cant afford to keep up with their upkeep costs or arent willing to do what is necessary to keep them healthy. Before buying a bully you have to know for sure that you are willing to do whatever it takes to keep it happy and healthy.