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Pet Scam

Posted on January 8, 2012 at 2:03 PM Comments comments ()
What some people wont do to make a buck specially at someone else expense.
I just had someone list a few pictures of my puppies on ebay classifieds trying to scam someone out of 700.00 rrrrrrr....... (This problem was solved I hope for all involved)
Through my bulldog business I have had the opportunity to talk to several good people that just have wanted to add a bulldog to their family, sadly they had been scammed.
This has me worried I don't want my dogs or myself to be used in someone else's fraudulent activates.
I must be naive I have a hard time comprehending how some people can be so greedy and dishonest over a few bucks.
This has not been my first dealing with someone out to screw me or someone else.
I had hired a transport company to transport one of my dogs to their new owner.
I had paid this transport company 550.00 to provide this service. I had put my trust in them.
Well they never showed up. I would wait and wait and wait then they would call "sorry we need to change your pickup date" they just kept changing the dates seems like this went on forever.
Finally, after give them opportunity after opportunity to provide the services I had paid for I canceled their services and requested my money back.
In the mean time I needed to get this dog to my buyer.
I had to hire someone else I paid them 450.00 to get the dog to her new home (they were fantastic by the way).
Now get this that transport company that I canceled said nope we are not giving your money back.
I've had to get visa involved who knows what's going to happen.
Are these people greedy or what? they get paid for a service they never provided.
I put out a total of 1000.00 to do what right taking care of my buyer.
I love English bulldogs, I love the breed I'm not out to screw anyone.
I breed bulldogs because I get the joy out of being able to share the bulldog breed with others.
If I could I would give my dogs away but its just not possible.
Most bulldog breeders would agree its not easy raising and breeding a bulldog and it can be very costly doing so.
I will never understand how honesty can be so hard for some people.
Sadly, we have people out to scam, the puppy mills and animal neglect
Just for money what is this world coming to?
What happened to intregrity and the love of an animal?
Somewhere along the way some people have forgotten the happiness an animal can bring.
A bulldog has a heart and a mind they feel feeling good and bad they are able to feel happiness and pain joy and sadness.
Why make it hard for a person just looking for a bulldog to love and care for that want to provide then a home.
Most buyers have saved for a long time to buy a bulldog they dont have all kinds of money and they have to trust someone.
My thoughts are if you want to buy a bulldog from me and are willing to give them a good home fantastic.
But if you dont want to buy one of my bulldogs thats ok to. I dont need to lie to you to get you intrested in my dogs.
I am not going to tell you how much better my bulldog are then other bulldogs.
They are just bulldogs, my bulldogs and they get lost of love and care.
I am responsable for my dogs and I have a responsabilty to my buyer easy as that.
Im sure there are lots of breeders out there that feel the same way I do.
We all need to be more careful as buyer and as breeders to avoid being taken advantage of.

New Puppies

Posted on December 2, 2011 at 11:55 AM Comments comments ()
                                               New Puppies on the way
Its that time again. We just got done breeding Ham Bone and Ethel and if all goes as planed we will have puppies mid January 2012.
Ham Bone has a big head and neck he also has a very unique color.
Miss Ethel is very small and broad shouldered the two have never been bread together so this will be an exciting litter and I cant wait to see the out come.
Hugo and Beans have also just been bread. The two have beautiful puppies that are a variety of colors.
You never know what colorers your going to get out of Hugo and Beans but you do know that the puppies will be sooooo adorable.
Their last litter  looked so good that I ended up keeping the two females. The other two males went to fantastic homes.
I hope for the sake of everyone in my household  I do not have to keep anymore puppies, that seems to be a problem with me.
 Its not that I cant sell them I just cant part with them.
I fall in love with all the puppies, they each have their own personality, size and looks thus making it hard for me to part with them.
 I have to keep reminding myself that I need to share the love.
I dont breed English bulldogs for the money I breed them for the love of the breed.
 I have been blessed with the gift of owning several bulldog.
 My bulldogs are a part of my family and they play a big part in my life and I am very thankful for them.
I have my family my health, happiness  and my bulldogs.  I cant ask for much more.

My Sweet Charlie

Posted on August 5, 2011 at 10:49 PM Comments comments ()
   My sweet Charlie
It will be a year on the 8 of August. That was the day I lost a very special companion he was my close friend and my inspiration. His name was Charlie. Charlie was a white English bulldog that was never meant to live. He had neurological problems plus his spine was crooked. Charlie had so many problems, but he was a fighter.  I was told that Charlie would never walk, he not only walked he ran. I was told it was just a matter of time and his life would be over, but to everyone’s surprise he lived almost two years.
 If you were lucky to have met Charlie you would have known how special he was. He was a happy dog that made every day of his life worth living. Life wasn’t always easy for Charlie but you would have never guessed it. Charlie was so full of life and love.  He loved to play tug a war with the other dogs and steal my granddaughter’s Barbie’s he would run behind the toilet with them so no one knew what he as up to.  
 Each day he challenged himself and each day he would succeed. I would sit and watch him play in his favorite spot, a flower bed that was never finished. I look at that spot each and every day, wishing Charlie was still there rolling around in the dirt, playing while the sun shining down on him.  
 Charlie got to experience snow during his short life. The snow had brought him such excitement; you could see the happiness he felt. He ran and played until his body could go no longer.
Charlie was a miracle he was my miracle, I thank God for giving me the opportunity to call him mine. We were together when he was born and we were together when he died.
My sweet Charlie taught me to appreciate every day of my life no matter how difficult it could be. He taught me to be a fighter and never give up but most important he taught me how to love him.
I Love You My Charlie and think about you every day.

The Joy of a bulldog

Posted on July 31, 2011 at 11:51 AM Comments comments ()
I have had such a fantastic experience with the last two litters of puppies. I have gotten the opportunity to meet some of the neatest people through my bulldogs. Breeding time is a special time for me. I enjoy picking the male and female I want to breed together, then seeing what the puppies look like. Raise the puppies is fun even thought there is a lot of hard work involved. I get to play with the puppies and cuddle with them anytime I want.  Its great to be able to nurcher them when they are tiny and frail, thats when that special bond is created between you and the puppy. As they grow they start to become fun. They bit your toes and all gang up on you bringing smiles to your face along with a few ouches.They learn to play tugawar and eat on their own. How quick time goes by ,its time for them to go to their new homes. Its diffecult to tell that little puppy goodbye. The bond and the love you have for them has gotten stronger. I have shead a few tears at times wising I would have kept that puppy. I remined myself why I am doing this and its not for me it for that little bulldog and a special family.
 My true sadasfaction is seeing the faces along with the excitment of the the people who buy my puppies. Its very comfuerting for me to beable to bring a little happiness in someones life.
Thank you to my wonder buyers that have given my little baby bullies that special home with lots of love.

Good Morning

Posted on September 28, 2010 at 7:11 AM Comments comments ()
Six in the morning been up for a while, really tired have to get ready for work.Thought I would tell everyone good morning. Well it looks like two litters of puppies in Nov. Ive got my work cut out for me but thats ok I love taking care of baby bulldogs it hard work but they are so cute and its neat watching them grow. I will make sure I post lots of pix from the time they are born until they are ready for their new homes. I would like to get pix of them in moms tummy still so wish me luck on that.If anyone has a topic or something they would like to talk about that would be real cool.   


Posted on September 24, 2010 at 5:39 PM Comments comments ()
I made it through the week. I am Glad the weekend is here.
CharlieI  get to spend sometime with my husband and all of our Bulldogs, looking forward to that. I miss my bullies when I am gone they are my babies. I love it when I get off work and they all run to me, each one greeting me in a different way.Ham Bones little face and his fat little body it wiggles back and forth with excitement he is sooooo cute. Butter Beans, she just waits patiently to be picked up and once she is she gives me lots of love. Ethel just moves the other dogs out of the way to get her attention, Hugo he gives me his paw as if hes waiting for a hand  shake I bend down to shake that big old paw and he give me licks all over my face. 
Britches she follows me everywhere waiting for me to sit down as soon as I do she is in my
lap. Soon after the hello greeting, I take the bullies outback for a while. I enjoy watching them play while I relax in my chair, during this time  I think about Charlie. Charlie was my disabled bulldog that lived until he was almost two. He was a very special dog that never gave up. I was told he was going to die and he lived a life of happiness. They said he would not walk and he ran. Charlie changed my life in a lot of ways. He showed me that no matter how hard life can be you can get thought it by enjoying every minute you have to its fullest.
Oh how I miss you Charlie.

Pictures and puppies

Posted on September 4, 2010 at 9:14 PM Comments comments ()
Just added more pictures to the website check them out. Our girls are just comming into heat hopefully we will have two litters of bully babies in November just in time for Christmas. If you are intrested let me know, or if your a little short on cash and would like to set up a payment plan  I can open up an escrow account for you. I will refund all money put into the account if there are no puppies or something happens to the puppies.

Our English Bulldogs

Posted on September 1, 2010 at 5:24 PM Comments comments ()
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