Find A Breeder
The Bulldog Club of America’s (“BCA”) On-Line Breeder Referral Program is an opt-in member privilege created to assist potential puppy owners in making contact with BCA members in good standing who agree to follow BCA’s Breeder Code of Ethics. The BCA strongly recommends that all representations, promises, statements, warranties and guarantees made by either party be in writing and signed by both parties. Links to breeders in different states can be found on the Bulldog Club of America’s Website Here.
Guide to Buying a Puppy (PDF)
Quick Puppy Reference Guide (PDF)
Becoming familiar with The Bulldog Standard can help guide you in the right direction on buying a puppy. Read Here about our beloved Bulldog Breed and how a correct Bulldog should look and act.
There is also an Illustrated Standard with drawings of the correct Bulldog.
The Illustrated Standard of the Bulldog (BCA)
Please be aware there are unscrupulous breeders who would love to sell you a puppy that is not a correct Bulldog. Do not be scammed into buying a puppy for thousands of dollars extra because it is ‘Rare’ or a ‘New’ color. The correct Bulldog will not be a Rare or New color.
As the guardian of the breed standard, the Bulldog Club of America does not condone breeding or promotion of coat colors, markings or eye colors that are not described in the standard or are disqualifications. The standard states that the colors are red, white, fawn, fallow, or any combination of the foregoing. Patterns and markings may include brindle, piebald, ticking, black masks, black tipping, and a minimal amount of black in piebalds. All other colors or markings are a disqualification. The merle pattern is a disqualification. The eyes should be very dark. Blue or green eye(s) or parti-colored eye(s) are a disqualification.