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Bullie Babies Kennel provides only the best companion French Bulldogs. All of our puppies have excellent temperaments. There is a waiting list for our puppies and family's will be asked to fill out an application to be placed on the waiting list. Our waiting list fill up fast so be sure to get on one. Bullie Babies puppies are given the most excellent care while they are waiting to be placed in their new homes. The puppies are vaccinated according to our Veterinarians requirements and d-wormed before they are sent to live with their new family.
Bullie Babies puppies are sold for companion dogs only. The price of a puppy is $2000.00. Buyers will be expected to pay a $400.00 non refundable deposit to hold their puppy until it turns 8 weeks old after the puppy is 8 weeks old the buyer is expected to pick up their puppy.
Bullie Babies Kennel is located in Camas Valley, Oregon. We are nestled in a valley surrounded by pine trees, streams and the beautiful Umpqua River. Our French Bulldogs are raised in our home as precious family members. Our Breeding program is small which allows us the opportunity to spend all of our time concentrating on creating wonderful companion puppies. At Bullie Babies Kennel maintain healthy, happy puppies is our number one priority. Our family is large so the puppies get plenty of socialization and attention.
Not Ready yet?
That's Okay! We keep an ongoing waiting list. Even if you are not quite ready to take that very big step to becoming a pet owner now would be the best time to get your name on a waiting list and start learning about the breed. Bullie Babies Kennel highly encourages you to learn as much about the French Bulldog breed as possible before committing your life to one. These dogs are amazingly intelligent and demand attention. Some things that you may look information up about are plants , household products and foods that dogs should not have some other things that would be good to look up are the basic needs of a puppy.
Updated March 4th, 2017