Dogs have always been a part of my life. I grew up on a farm just south of Amarillo. We had cats, chickens, peacocks, turkeys, guineas, goats, rabbits, sheep, hogs, horses, cattle, you name it. My father raised American Pit-bull Terriers. My mother raised English Bull Terriers and Pomeranians. As soon as I was old enough, they purchased a breeding pair of Chow-Chows so I could sell puppies to save money for my first car. Of course, in high school, I lost interest and did not regain my puppy passion until 2004 when I began breeding Chihuahuas. Two years later, I purchased my first English Bulldog, Daisy. For me, Bulldogs are like Lays Potato Chips. One just isn't enough. I have a B.S. in Agriculture and Animal Science from West Texas A & M University. I planned on going on to veterinary medicine school but I realized making bulldogs is my real niche.
I had always wanted an English Bulldog, but my father always said they were too expensive. He was right. They are pricey. But now that I know everything that goes into breeding and raising these little critters, I totally understand why!
English Bulldogs are artificially inseminated and the puppies are delivered by Cesarean section. Once the puppies arrive, YOU become the mother and the bully momma is basically a milk bar. It is a lot of sleepless nights and hard work, but it is worth it because they are the most fun and loyal companions that you could ask for.
They are playful little comedians and it almost seems like they sit around thinking of ways they can make you laugh.
Our dogs are not kenneled. We have created a bulldog habitat and our lives revolve around each one of them. We look at all of the puppies as if they are our family members. It is our purpose and desire to place our puppies in good, loving homes for the rest of their bully lives!