It all started...

Well, I am not exactly sure when our fascination with the English Bulldog began. I do know that it was in 2009 when we made the decision, which was really a committment, to purchase an English Bulldog.   We researched and researched wanting to find a puppy from a good line. After cruising the net and looking at several litters, we finally found what we were looking for.  So, we purchased our first English Bulldog and named her Bailey.  

 

Since then we have continued to grow more and more fond of the English Bulldog .  We have also cotinued to learn more and more.  We enjoy talking with others who work with the breed.  In fact, we are extremely grateful to those who patiently answered our questions and chuckeled with us over the funny stories that tend to be associated with this breed.

 

We have all seen that bulldog on the billboard or magazine advertisement and it caused us to smile.  Maybe you elbowed someone close to you and said, "check out that bully," and then you both laughed. There is no doubt about it bulldogs can make you smile.  Why else are they used in movies and advertising?  But, not all bulldogs exhibit these desired traits.  A bulldog is a bulldog, right?  Wrong.  Not all bulldogs are created equal.  Some do not cause smiles.  Our goal is to raise quality bulldogs that exhibit the desired traits--the kind that make you smile.  As we study our lines, we are always looking to improve them.  Hopefully, you can partner with us in our journey by providing good homes for puppies and also working to improve the lines.  

 

See, it is the bulldog that makes you smile, right?

We live on a 3 acre plot in the country. There are seven of us in our family.  So raising bulldogs is a project the entire family is involved in.  Aside from the English Bulldogs, we have about a dozen chickens and a couple guinea pigs.  Our chickens often spend time ranging freely.  Of course this provides a few smiles when Bilbo or Bailey decides to chase one of them down.  Even though we have instructed them not to do this there are times when the temptation is more than they can resist.  They run and run but those chickens are faster.