Please refer to the rules. If you would like to list a stud, or litter use the breeder's directory. This forum is NOT for that purpose. The breeder's directory is on the home page. http://www.bulldogbreeds.com/breeders.html#breeder
Well... the Uh oh and the flameing was because if you were REALLY as educated and informed on the EB breed as you claim to be, then you wouldn't be here asking questions. You asked if anyone here knew how to go about finding a bitch to stud your dog too. If you were knowledgable on the breed like you claim to be, you would already know the avenues required to reach your goal.zepplin48138 said:They look like they are in there early 80's I would guess, It is an old married couple that lives on a farm in north east michigan. As far as "advertising" as I did, is their something wrong with inquiring about suchj a thing, afterall isn't that what forums are for?? As I stated I am not in it to show, that is not my thing. To me the flame and the "uh oh" right of the bat was a bit much. That's all.
Well if you know so much about breeding is your bulldog conformationally correct? Has he been proved in the ring? How about OFA, CERF, Thyroid and other genetic tests? What frequency of entropion or allergy is in his line? How long lived is his line? What is the prevalent cause of death of his predecessors? Bruecellosis testing?zepplin48138 said:Thanks for the reply and sorry to hear about your Dog but don't you think it is a little arrogant to assume that I know nothing about bull-dogs? Before I bought my puppy I read two books on the breed and did countless research on the net about the breed and potential breeders until settling on a couple that have been breeding champion bull-dogs for the past 60 years. My dog came from a champion male and from a female with no known genetic defects.
I am not interested in making this a hobby or anything like that. I figured I would look around on forums and see if their were anygood breeders out there looking for a good stud in return for a puppy. I would have him "taken Care Of" obviously. Just because a dog hasn't been to a show or won one doesn't mean that he is a genetic mess and wouldn't make a good stud. Both vets he has been to, ONe a Bulldog specialist have told me that he is the best bull-dog they have seen. I just thought that he would make a great stud that's all.
Anybody with a Good b-witch lookin for a stud??
Very classy!zepplin48138 said:I said I know about the breed, not breeding, maybe you should learn to read after all I am looking to stud not to do the breeding.....Jack-ass