Frequently Asked Question

Yes! Bull Terrier puppies are not skittish around children they are one of the
most friendly dogs around kids, and are usually extremely patient with
them. Due to bullies small nature, they are not as easily harmed by an
inquisitive toddler. Bull Terrier playful personality also helps
them to be pretty tolerant as well. We have found the breed to be a
perfect family pet for our home.

How are your dogs different from other breeders ?
I am told over and over again that my dogs are of higher quality than
the other dogs that folks have seen. I greatly appreciate the kindness
and compliments of others, but it has not been an easy task. After
over a decade of establishing our line and type of dogs, the rewards
are obvious. Another of the most important qualities that i select for is the
health of the dog. While frenchies are not known to have health
issues, I have chosen to go against the grain of history and breed
exclusively healthy french bullies. The duration of my experience has
paid off, and I am proud to practically not even have a slight issue
in any of my or my customer’s dogs. I believe that a dog should be a
blessing to your home, and not a curse. Having a dog that is overly
hyper, out of control, and/or riddled with no health issues that cost
thousands of dollars at the vet and countless trips to and from is not
a blessing! I wouldn’t want that for myself and won’t pass it off onto
my customers.

In my profession things MUST be done right. There may not be a second
chance to do things and lifes could be lost.
Thus there are always two things that are on my mind:
1) Quality
2) Customer Satisfaction
As a result I can confidently say over the years that Bull Terrier
Nation continues to get better and better. Nothing thrills me more
than to see this happening before my very eyes. I enjoy the great
feeling of placing a puppy with a new family who’s full of excitement
and to hearing the happy stories of families over the years getting
back to me with the joys of owning a Bull Terrier Puppies. Stories
that literally come from all over the world and we continue to be your
friend and provide full support for a life time.
It’s what I do and I love every minute of it!

You will want to brush your dog’s coat every day to remove loose fur,
keep your dog comfortable, and help control shedding. After all, if
most of the loose fur is contained to a brush, there is less of it to
get all over your home. Bathing them once a month is recommended.
Getting them professionally groomed a few times a year will also help,
especially as the seasons change where they will shed more than usual.

Bull Terrier puppies, like any living thing, will benefit from having vitamin and
mineral supplements, especially since with dogs you typically don't
change their food frequently. When any living thing intakes the same
food on a consistent basis, deficiencies will develop, so a good
multi-vitamin helps fill in the gaps in your frenchies diet and
health, just like a vitamin helps you and your children to get all you
need. We recommend Nuvet Labs multivitamin.

Proper dental for dogs is also important in order to prevent painful
dental diseases like gum disease and tooth decay. Using an enzyme
toothpaste or brushing your dog’s teeth every day is ideal for
preventing the tartar and plaque buildup that leads to dental disease.
This is especially important for small dog breeds, like the Bull Terrier puppies,
as their small mouths tend to be more prone to dental-related issues.
You can also talk to your vet about supplementing your efforts with
dental hygiene chews or even a specially-formulated “dental care

A Bull Terrier generally lives 12-15 years.. 

A fully-grown Bull Terrier usually stands about 22 inches tall at the
shoulder and weighs between Mass: Male: 22 – 38 kg. Because this designer breed
is still developing, there can be some variation in size, especially
in first generation or first generation cross puppies, so there is a
chance your Bull Terrier could fall somewhere out of this range. Even at
the larger and heavier end of the spectrum, a Bull Terrier puppies should not be
over 40 pounds when fully-grown..

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