My English Bulldog is ready to use for stud. He is a very beautiful healthy red brindle with white markings and has champion bloodlines. I would like the best advise on advertising, etc. Any information would be appreciated!
Welcome! Has he been tested for all the health faults in Bulldogs? Is he a conformation champion? Have you found a brood to stud him to, or is that what you are looking for? ---Allie the Chihuahua http://www.dogster.com/?41063 ---Mönica the Kitty http://www.catster.com/?57596
According to the Bulldog Club of America's Standard, does he have any faults? Every dog has faults. Go to akc.org & look at the standard. What is his current OFA status? ---Allie the Chihuahua http://www.dogster.com/?41063 ---Mönica the Kitty http://www.catster.com/?57596
What tests did you have done on him...it seems to me that you are alittle anxious to find a breeder now. Is there a hurry? I didn't think males, had a time frame, like females. I am not trying to be mean. Just some of the questions that others will ask.
I think your best learning experience would be to go ahead and advertise. Believe me, the people answering your ad will probably hit you with questions you've never dreamed of. You should consider showing him and get the opinion of a judge.
Ha ha ha ha ..... That's funny, gonna use my English Bulldog for stud....Hah ha ha ha He's actually gonna use YOU for a stud (or your Vet, or another breeder). I bet if any man on earth would think about it, they would probably wish they had been born an English Bulldog! MOOOOO Hah ha ha ha
In my opinion this is a bad idea. There is so much research that needs to be done before breeding a dog, especially E bulldogs. If you are intent on this. Wait. Research, Research, Research. Talk to your breeder. Ask thier advice. Get the health checks. I don't mean just a vet check up either. What traits do the parents have that are desirable to continue on? Have you already got in touch with someone willing to breed thier bitch? And my biggest question is why do you want to do this? I am not trying to be harsh or demanding answers from you, but these are all just BASIC questions you should have already asked yourself before considering going down this path. If it's for money from stud fees, bad idea, if it's for money from puppies, again bad idea. If it's for the betterment of the breed, why this dog? If it is for the fun of it....well lets just say bad idea.
Yes they are, Scout. And after the pups are born, you must keep someone watching them 24/7 so the mother doesn't roll over them. ---Allie the Chihuahua http://www.dogster.com/?41063 ---Mönica the Kitty http://www.catster.com/?57596
Yes scout. E bulldogs are not the easiest to breed. It will typically cost the breeder much more in the longrun than your normal dog litters. Hence the expense of puppies. And hence the reason amateurs should not be involved. It takes dedication and experience to do this right.