D and D Bulldogs

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Adult Bulldogs Available for Adoption

Are you interested in adopting an adult Bulldog from us? Please feel free to give us a call or drop us an email, please fill out the application below as well. 


If you decide you may be interested in an available adult Bulldog please continue on to read the next section which is general information about adopting and adult Bulldog. After reading the information if you are seriously interested in adopting an adult Bulldog please fill out the application. 

adoptable adult Bulldogs
We have one adult Bulldog available for adoption - Violet. Violet is a Grand Champion. She is fawn brindle and white. She is five years old.

I think I want an adult D and D Bulldog now what?

Please look and read through our website (http://www.danddbulldogs.com/) and Facebook page (D and D Bulldogs - 
https://www.facebook.com/pg/DandDBulldogs) at our information and information on our Bulldogs. Please contact us (call 610-944-6952 or e-mail danddkennel@aol.com) with any questions you may have. Do you have questions about dogs in general, our dogs, or things like the breed, health, care, etc specifically on Bulldogs? Just ask us! We are happy to answer your questions and help prepare you for your future Bulldog. References are also available upon request. Please recall as mentioned previously on our website I am a member of the AKC Parent Club the Bulldog Club of America, AKC Specialty Club the Lenape Bulldog Club of Pennsylvania, and the all breed club the Berks County Dog Training Club. You can find me on the breeder referral pages of of both the Bulldog Club of America and Lenape Bulldog Club, as well as PawPointer.com. Testimonials from our past puppies/ adult dogs new owners can also be seen on our website and Facebook page

In the following information please click onto the links - if you have any issues please let us know so we can help you get to the information. We ask that you please take the time to read information on Bulldogs on the Bulldog Club of America's website: Bulldog Health - Health Care (please read all categories including - Vaccination Basics, Breathing, Skin, Digestion, Eyes, Ears, Feet, Muschuloskeletal, Urogenetal). We ask that you read that information in order to help further inform you of health problems that you can potentially encounter with a Bulldog. Please keep in mind some issues mentioned on the BCA's website are very common in Bulldogs, some are very rare, and some may occur in any breed of dog. We ask that you please take the time to read information on Bulldogs on the Bulldog Club of America's website:Bulldog Maintenance (please read all categories including: Socialization, Safety, Grooming, Travel). We also recommend reading the Bulldog Pamphlets on the Bulldog Club of America's website for additional tips.  We ask that you read that information in order to help inform you about the care Bulldogs require. We really appreciate you taking the time to read that information and educate yourself and your family on health and care of Bulldogs. Please also read the Bulldog Health page of our website as well. I'm sure it will help you to be better prepared for your future Bulldog. 

Having a Bulldog experienced veterinarian is very important. We do encourage you to find a veterinarian prior to bringing your new Bulldog into your home. If you need a veterinarian please contact Dr Rossi of North Penn Animal Hospital in Lansdale, PA. I highly recommend him. He is very good with Bulldogs as well as other animals. He should be able to care for your Bulldog's routine care as well if an issue arises. If an animal should have an issue that he cannot treat, he should be able to refer you to another veterinarian who can. 

If you have checked out our website or contacted us and find that we currently have or are expecting an adult Bulldog to be available in the near future, and that would work well for you and your family, you are ready for the next step. 

When all of your questions have been answered and you are 100% sure you want to adopt an adult Bulldog from D and D Bulldogs, we ask that you submit the adult Bulldog application (found at the end of this page). 

Adult Bulldog Application

Please note: the dogs are not being placed on a first come first serve basis. We are placing the dog in the home that we feel will be the best fit for the dog. There is an adoption fee.  Adoptable Bulldogs are being placed as pets, not breeders.  They are being placed with a pet contract. If for any reason you no longer want the dog or can no longer keep the dog he/she must be returned. 

Please note that we do not place adult Bulldogs into households with small children unless otherwise specified (households with older children may be considered). This is because we feel this is in the best interest of the dog and the children. Puppies fit much better into a home with small children, than an adult Bulldog does (especially one that is not familiar with a home setting with small children). Please note whether you are adding an adult dog or a puppy to your home/family that it is very important that your children understand what is and is not okay to do to/with the dog/puppy, how to and not to interact with the dog/puppy, etc. 

By filling out this application it will help to give us an idea of whether or not an adoptable Bulldog of ours may or may not be a good fit for you and your family. After receiving your application we will e-mail you back. If we think it may possibly be a good fit we will also contact you shortly after for an interview over the phone. 

Information on what dog(s) are currently adoptable or may be in the near future as well as adoption information can be obtained by contacting us (along with submission of adoption application).  

Thank you for contacting us and fill out our application for adopting an adult Bulldog. We will review your application as soon as possible.
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