Welcome to Paradise Hill Bulldogs. Thank you for visiting our site! We are a small hobby breeder of English Bulldogs, with only a couple of litters per year. Thus giving us time to devote our attention to the careful planning of each breeding and each new litter that is born. Our goal is to better the breed by producing Healthy, Happy puppies that receive lots of love, attention and socialization. We strive to adhere to what AKC has set as the standards of the breed. We breed for conformation, temperament and health. We prepare homemade meals for our bulldogs, thus providing them with all the nutrients they need to stay healthy. The meals consist of having a balanced diet that includes the necessary nutrients they need: Calcium, vitamins, protein....etc.
We are excited to announce that a new litter was born September 11, 2012 (3) Females. AKC Champion Sired female puppy is $1800.00...REDUCED $1,500.00
ONLY (1) Female left available!
We are accepting deposits to hold puppy of choice on a first deposit, first pick of the litter basis, and so forth. Please visit our Photo Albums to view pictures of the parents (and Puppies), they are a remarkable quality of the breed!
We do not sell to pet stores, laboratories, puppy miils or anyone with intentions to transfer puppy to such a place. Our puppies are sold with an AKC limited registration. All puppies are dewormed every two weeks once born and will begin their first set of shots at around 6-7 weeks old.
Please visit our Available Puppies page for information on available puppies and pricing, and the Photos page to view pictures of the parents of the litter as well as the puppies. We have put together some important information for the prospective new English Bulldog Puppy Owner that all should read and be aware of before making that final decision to add an english bulldog puppy to your family. Also, included is some background information on the English Bulldog and its origin.
English Bulldogs are known for their loose-jointed, shuffling gait and massive, short-faced head. The Bulldog is known to be calm, yet determined and dignified. They are a medium-sized dog, not your typical lap dog, but definitely would like to be! They are one of the most popular breeds according to AKC® Registration Statistics due to their lovable and gentle dispositions and adorable wrinkles. The Bulldog may be brindle, white, red, fawn, fallow or piebald.
Bulldogs are said to have originated in the British Isles. The name "bull" was applied because of the dog’s connection with guarding, controlling and baiting bulls. The original bulldog had to be ferocious and courageous, and almost insensitive to pain. When dog fighting became illegal in England, breeders set to the task of protecting the breed and eliminating the vicious characteristics. Within a few generations, the Bulldog became one of the finest physical specimens with an agreeable temperament.
The bulldog's personality and temperament traits are their faithfullness, protectiveness, stubbornness, and their devotion to their loved ones. Bulldogs are wonderful with children and make great family pets. They are known for their companionship and loyality. They are wonderful clowns and will do just about anything to make you laugh :)
The bulldog's physical qualities are their full and round head, short muzzle, small ears, wide chest, round body, muscular limbs, and the most striking characteristic is the under-jaw, projecting beyond the upper.
Is a Bulldog the right pet for you and your family? Bulldogs are recognized as excellent family pets because of their tendency to form strong bonds with children. They tend to be gentle and protective. The breed requires minimal grooming and exercise. However, they do require some grooming care of their eyes and wrinkles, which need daily cleaning.
English Bulldog Health Concerns: A couple of the most common health conditions is Eczema (Irritated skin) and Cherry Eye . Neither are life threatening and can be treated and corrected. Other health concerns are Gastric Torsion and Bloat, these are not very common but can be Life Threatening! Feeding smaller meals two to three times a day will help avoid this condition from happening.