How to choose the right
Do your research.
Learn about the breed and the specific health problems that bulldogs are prone to.
This will help you to ask the right questions when you are talking to breeders.
Find a reputable breeder.
Look for a breeder who is affiliated with a breed club, such as the Bulldog Club of America.
Meet the breeder and the puppies:
When you visit a breeder, be sure to meet the parents of the puppies and to spend some time with the puppies themselves.
This will give you a chance to see the temperament of the parents and to get a feel for the puppies' personalities.
Don't be afraid to ask the breeder questions about the puppies' health, temperament, and upbringing.
Once you have chosen a bulldog puppy, be sure to socialize them early and to provide them with plenty of training. Bulldogs are intelligent dogs,
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