Rosebull Kennel American Bulldogs

by Lesli Rose
(Hagersville, ON, Canada)

Mr. Lucky

Mr. Lucky

We are a small American Bulldog kennel in Hagersville, ON. We have four American Bulldogs. Our breeding dogs are hip x-rayed and cleared for genetic disease markers before we breed them.

Preparing our puppies for their new homes is our top priority. We start by stimulating them neurologically at 3 - 16 days. This is proven to strengthen their cardiovascular systems and make them better problem solvers. Then, as they develop, we introduce them to sounds, people, other animals, toys and games. These puppy culture techniques are proven to build their confidence and courage enabling them to handle new situations with ease as they develop. The critical stage of development continues after they leave us at 60 days, and we make sure that you have the information and support that you need to continue their socialization and training.

Our puppies are potty trained, crate conditioned, chew toy conditioned, vet checked, microchipped, vaccinated, wormed and they come with 30 days of pet insurance, a user's manual called "How To Raise An American Bulldog Puppy". They are also enrolled in an online training class with their new family.

Please visit us at:
www.facebook.com/rosebullkennels
www.rosebull.com

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