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Maxi Boy the American Bulldog

Maxi Boy (ID 416080)

Maxi Boy is a male white American Bulldog puppy.

He was born on May 24, 2015, so he's 5 weeks old now.

Maxi Boy is special in every way. When playing on his own he is always very alert and watching. Do you love sitting in the grass and watching the... [read more]


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Sable the American Bulldog

Sable (ID 416233)

Sable is a female white American Bulldog puppy.

She was born on May 24, 2015, so she's 5 weeks old now.

Sable cannot wait to meet her forever home! She is currently training for the puppy Olympics of lizard chasing. Sable likes to do a mad dash after... [read more]


Moxy the American Bulldog

Moxy (ID 400600)

Moxy is a female brindle & white American Bulldog puppy.

She was born on September 18, 2014, so she's 40 weeks old now.

Moxy is happy go lucky and loves to play. She will make you the envy of the town as she sports beautiful markings, eyebrows, eyeliner and a... [read more]


Max the American Bulldog

Max (ID 412765)

Max is a male tan & white American Bulldog puppy.

He was born on March 30, 2015, so he's 13 weeks old now.

"Hi, I'm Max. I'll be the perfect addition to your household. I'm very loving, playful, and full of energy. I am like a ray of sunshine that is... [read more]


Maddie the American Bulldog

Maddie (ID 412766)

Maddie is a female tan & white American Bulldog puppy.

She was born on March 30, 2015, so she's 13 weeks old now.

"I'm Maddie. I'm one of the most playful dogs you'll ever know. I am looking for someone who I can love with my whole heart. Where you are, I will... [read more]


Margo the American Bulldog

Margo (ID 412767)

Margo is a female tan & white American Bulldog puppy.

She was born on March 30, 2015, so she's 13 weeks old now.

"Hello there, my name's Margo. I'm a fun loving, sweet, playful, awesome puppy. I'll love you forever, and be with you everywhere you go. I have... [read more]


Tank the American Bulldog

Tank (ID 412768)

Tank is a male tan & white American Bulldog puppy.

He was born on March 30, 2015, so he's 13 weeks old now.

Look no further! You have found your new baby boy. Tank is exactly what you have been looking for, perfect in every way. He loves playing ball in... [read more]


Delta the American Bulldog

Delta (ID 412771)

Delta is a female tan & white American Bulldog puppy.

She was born on March 30, 2015, so she's 13 weeks old now.

“My name is Delta and I believe in love. I believe in sharing smiles, hello hugs, and goodnight kisses. I believe in playing fair, taking turns,... [read more]


Sophie the American Bulldog

Sophie (ID 414003)

Sophie is a female fawn & white American Bulldog puppy.

She was born on April 20, 2015, so she's 10 weeks old now.

Sophie is an awesome girl! She has an exceptional personality and would love to become part of your family! Her tail is already docked! She will... [read more]


Honey Bear the American Bulldog

Honey Bear (ID 414412)

Honey Bear is a female brindle American Bulldog puppy.

She was born on March 28, 2015, so she's 13 weeks old now.

Honey Bear is the largest female of the litter. She would be a perfect addition to an active family. She loves to explore and is ready to go on... [read more]


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Lexi the American Bulldog

Lexi (ID 415851)

Lexi is a female black brindle American Bulldog puppy.

She was born on March 28, 2015, so she's 13 weeks old now.

Lexi is an adorable American Bulldog puppy. She is ready for her forever home! This puppy has a spunky and curious personality and loves to romp... [read more]


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Angel the American Bulldog

Angel (ID 415858)

Angel is a female brindle American Bulldog puppy.

She was born on March 28, 2015, so she's 13 weeks old now.

Angel has always lived up to her name. She is super sweet and gentle. She loves to cuddle and she always comes running when called. She would be a... [read more]


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Koko the American Bulldog

Unavailable - Found a new homeKoko (ID 414045)

Koko is a female red American Bulldog puppy.

She was born on May 7, 2015, so she's 7 weeks old now.

Koko is as warm and fuzzy as they come. Koko is learning new things in her surroundings everyday. Chasing her mommy's tail is her favorite thing... [read more]


Johnson (John's New Buddy) the American Bulldog

Unavailable - Found a new home!Johnson (John's New Buddy) (ID 412590)

Johnson is a male white & brindle American Bulldog puppy.

He was born on April 28, 2015, so he's 9 weeks old now.

Meet Johnson! He is a very energetic puppy and is being raised around children. As soon as you walk in the door he’ll be right there to greet... [read more]

The talk of North Carolina!

Maxi the American Bulldog

Unavailable - Found a new homeMaxi (ID 412769)

Maxi is a female brindle merle & white American Bulldog puppy.

She was born on April 28, 2015, so she's 9 weeks old now.

Meet Maxi! She is sugar, spice, and everything nice! Maxi is a sweet girl that loves to play, but also enjoys getting in some good snuggle time.... [read more]


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Amber (Shhh...i'm A Surprise.) the American Bulldog

Unavailable - Found a new home!Amber (Shhh...i'm A Surprise.) (ID 413541)

Amber is a female white & red American Bulldog puppy.

She was born on May 7, 2015, so she's 7 weeks old now.

Amber to the rescue! She has a glowing personality and loves to cuddle. Amber currently is learning how to explore her surroundings by following... [read more]

"Ohio, here I come!"

Reputable American Bulldog Breeders

Our American Bulldog breeders strive to breed championship-line puppies who will enrich the lives of their new families. We work with American Bulldog breeders whose goal is to breed healthy American Bulldog and to better the breed. The listed puppies are carefully selected by our American Bulldog breeders; they breed to produce American Bulldog puppies with exceptional conformation and disposition - family pets for loving homes.


Thank you for visiting and for wanting to give one of our American Bulldog puppies from reputable American Bulldog breeders a good home. You have chosen a playful and affectionate breed and we are sure that your family will enjoy having an American Bulldog puppy around the house. Aside from being a lovely companion, you can also train your puppy to become a guard dog, a guide dog or a hunting dog. Check out our selection of American Bulldog puppies for sale and bring home a new friend today!

Find American Bulldog Puppies for Sale

The American Bulldog is often confused with the English bulldog. This makes the task to find American Bulldog puppies even harder. With so many breeders claiming that they have American Bulldog puppies for sale when what they really have are English bulldog puppies, you might be forced into taking home a breed that you didn’t want. But with us, you can find American Bulldogs for sale with certainty. We are working with the best breeders that are sure to deliver the right breed and puppy for you and your family.

Breed Summary

Their signature pout makes American Bulldogs all the more adorable. But you may be surprised to know that they are more than what the eyes can see. The American Bulldog’s characteristics also include gentleness and friendliness but at the same time, they are also known for being strong, stubborn and headstrong. Furthermore, other American Bulldog information that you must know include their need to stay active. This breed needs activities to channel its energy. It is best if you let your puppy help you around the house doing chores instead of letting it run around and possibly breaking a thing or two inside your home. Nonetheless, American Bulldogs are a good and loyal companion.

Perfect Matched Breed

Don’t second guess your interest for an American Bulldog adoption. You are on the right track and your heart is in the right place if you want to give one of our puppies a nice and loving home. Besides, our partner American Bulldog breeders have a good screening process that will allow you to take home a perfectly matched American Bulldog puppy based on your family’s personality and preferences. To learn more about this process, you can read about our happy puppy placement.

Facts - Overview

The American Bulldog breed, also called the Old Time Bulldog, the Old Country Bulldog, the Old Country White or the Old English White, is a family-oriented dog that is very sweet to babies and kids. They are very protective of their family and will do anything to keep their owners out of harm. This is also the reason why American Bulldogs are not great with strangers. However, with the proper training, they can become sociable and polite around strangers, especially if they are trained at an early age.

Other American Bulldog information that you should know is that this strong breed has an impressive endurance. They can play and run around for hours without getting the least bit tired. Because of this, you must be prepared to take walks and play games with your puppy. This is if you don’t want it to cause trouble inside the house and break a few things. It will also help if you train your puppy to assist you in doing chores around the house. Giving it tasks will keep it busy and occupied and it will also allow it to use his energy.

When it comes to his physical attributes, a full-grown American Bulldog can be as tall as 20 to 27 inches and as heavy as 60 to 107 pounds in average. Their legs are long and muscular, their chests are broad and their necks are powerful. American Bulldogs are heavy-boned, muscular and quick, which makes them taller, leaner and faster than the English breed. Meanwhile, their muzzles are square-shaped, their noses are brown or black and their coats are coarse which come in a combination of white and patches of brindle, fawn, red or tan.

If you want to know the breed better, you may read the other sections we have provided about American Bulldogs.

Facts - Personality

In the past, American Bulldogs were used in the violent sport of bullbaiting, which caused the older American Bulldog’s temperament to be aggressive and hostile. However, as the years passed, this breed was later on trained to protect livestock as a farm dog and to assist hunters during their trips to hunt squirrels and bears.

Today, the American Bulldog’s personality is still sometimes headstrong and stubborn. But it has also developed a lot of charming characteristics that will make you fall in love with the breed.

Family-oriented: American Bulldogs have become friendly and affectionate towards its family. He is a loyal and protective companion that will do everything in its power to protect his owner. He is also very friendly to children and he will take care of young kids and babies. Because of this trait, an American Bulldog is one of the perfect pets for the household.

Jealous: Because of his overflowing love for his family, an American Bulldog can be very jealous if you have other pets in the house. he instinctively doesn’t get along well with cats and other dogs. But this cute characteristic can be remedied if you give your puppy social training at an early age. This training will also help your puppy get along with people.

Playful: The history of American Bulldogs shows that this breed has been trained for years to become an active animal. Like what was said earlier, they were used in bullbaiting and in hunting. This is the reason why the breed remains energetic and active. They like to play and run around the house. You can also train your puppy to help you with house chores so that he can have a safe and useful outlet for his bountiful energy.

Facts - Care

An American Bulldog care takes a lot of understanding and attention because the breed naturally needs constant attention. It doesn’t mean that you will always need to look closely at your puppy for any signs of problems. The important thing about an American Bulldog puppy care is that you interact with your pup as much as you can.

You should also plan some activities for your puppy. American Bulldogs are very energetic and they need tasks to be able to release their energy. You can train them to do some simple house chores for you so that they remain occupied. Otherwise, the bountiful energy that your American Bulldog puppy has will be focused on disturbing behaviors such as chewing on furniture or loud barking.

You must also train your American Bulldog puppy for social interactions. They might be very affectionate towards their family but they can be very hostile towards strangers. Training them at an early age helps a lot.

It is also important to remember not to bring a new pet in the house if you are currently an owner of an American Bulldog puppy. This breed is pretty aggressive towards other animals so you need to train them how to interact with other pets if you want to add more to your family. However, American Bulldogs will most likely never learn how to live with cats and other dogs. Even new American Bulldogs of the same sex can be a problem though you have trained your puppy.

Facts - Grooming

American Bulldog grooming is very easy because the breed has a short coat. However, its famous wrinkles need a little more attention. To help you properly groom your puppy, here are some tips on how to groom an American Bulldog.

An American Bulldog does not shed heavily but you must still brush your puppy’s coat using a soft bristle brush at least thrice a week to maintain its shiny and healthy look. This simple trick does not only keep the hair off your furniture; it can also be an alternative to giving your puppy baths. If you brush your puppy’s coat at least thrice a week, bath time can be as infrequent as once a week, even once every two weeks.

During the fall or the spring season, you might notice that your American Bulldog puppy sheds more hair when you brush its coat. This is normal for most dogs during these seasons. All you have to do is to brush your puppy’s coat more often than thrice every week until the shedding stops.

When it comes to the wrinkles on the American bulldog’s face and nose, you might need to exert a little more effort. These wrinkles must be cleaned at least five times a week, if not daily, depending on the individual dog. Use a soft, damp cloth or a baby wipe to remove any crud from the wrinkles. Also make sure that you dry them off completely after you have wiped off the crud if you don’t want any bacterial growth to happen in between the moist wrinkles.

If you forgot to dry off your dog after you removed the crud and bacteria started to grow in between your American Bulldog’s wrinkles, then you must bring your puppy to a veterinarian so he could recommend a specific care routine for your puppy’s case. Never apply any ointment or medicine that is not prescribed by the doctor. This can cause further irritation that can lead to a more serious skin diseases.

To be sure, you can give your puppy a bath every time you see a mild to medium crud build-up between the wrinkles. Blow dry the coat properly afterwards. Completely cleaning and drying up your puppy is better than to miss a spot for the bacteria to grow in.

Facts - Health

Although our network of breeders made sure that our American Bulldog’s nutrition is in their best condition, certain diseases might still arise in the future. To help you prepare regarding possible issues about your American Bulldog’s health, here are some of the common illnesses that may develop as your puppy grows. These diseases include hip and elbow dysplasia and entropion.

American Bulldogs are prone to a genetic disease called dysplasia, often developing on their hips and elbows. This disease occurs because there is a malformed socket, causing a bone in the area to rub against the socket instead of fitting onto it. Due to this malformation, the cartilage on the hip or the elbow wears away over time. Hip and elbow dysplasia will cause inflammation when not treated and can later on lead to arthritis. To avoid this condition, you must regularly take your puppy to a veterinarian to see if there are any signs of the disease.

Meanwhile, entropion is a condition wherein a part of the edge of the eyelids rolls inward or inverses. This causes this part of the eyelid (which bears hair) to touch the outer part of the eyeball. Entropion can irritate and damage the eye if not treated immediately. So if you notice that your American Bulldog is often squinting or tearing up, you should go to a dog ophthalmologist right away. Entropion can be very painful and it must be corrected, either temporarily or permanently, as soon as possible.

Facts - History

The history of American Bulldog roots from the ancient Mastiff line of dogs. It was only during the 1800s that the breed was introduced to the United States when workers, mostly farmers and ranchers, immigrated to the country along with their bulldogs.

After the breed arrived in the United States, they were mostly used for bullbaiting and hunting bears. At other times, American Bulldogs were also used in the sports called buffalo baiting that was then famous around the southern parts of the United States. It is because of this dangerous sport that bulldogs developed a hostile personality. Earlier breeds were ferocious and aggressive until they were trained to become working dogs in farms and ranches.

The American Bulldog’s history almost ended during the Second World War when most of the breed was killed. It was fortunate that a few American Bulldogs were kept safe on farms, mostly on the southeastern region of the country where they worked as livestock herders and farm guards. But of all the farmers who were able to keep their American Bulldogs alive, the presence of American Bulldogs today can be attributed to a man named John D. Johnson of Summerville, Georgia. This man took to himself to gather all the best American Bulldogs that he could find after the war so that he could preserve the breed.

Today American Bulldogs are kept in households as a pet. Many families choose to adopt an American Bulldog because of his family-oriented personality.

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