We are no longer breeding.
To view Wildwood puppy photos & videos from past litters, click/tap here.
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The choices made by those who produce puppies, and those who purchase puppies have direct consequences upon the future of the breed. We can all help preserve & protect the integrity of this old and magnificent breed by choosing to support breeders who strive to produce Bulldogs that meet all aspects of the written description (standard) of the ideal Bulldog and who health screen their dogs. We have not participated in and do not condone the intentional production or promotion as desirable of non-traditional versions of the Bulldog. Miniature size and colors described as rare or exotic (such as lilac, black tri & merle) are terms that do NOT apply to purebred Bulldogs or the depiction of the ideal Bulldog that we know, love, honor, respect, and wish to see thrive. To make it blatantly clear that “rare/exotic” colors are completely unacceptable, the Bulldog Club of America’s membership voted to approve the following change to the AKC/BCA standard regarding coat color, and the change became effective in 2016:
“The color of coat should be uniform, pure of its kind and brilliant. Colors are red, white, fawn, fallow, or any combination of the foregoing. Patterns and markings may include brindle, piebald, ticking, black masks, black tipping, and a minimal amount of solid black in piebalds. All other colors or markings are a disqualification. The merle pattern is a disqualification.“