Welcome to Big Ox Bulldogs!
Let me begin by telling you a little bit about us! When I was a child, my dad purchased a female English Bulldog. From that point on, I was in love with the breed. I admired every bulldog I came across, either in person or in photos. In March of 2007, my husband and I purchased our first bully and before the year was over, we purchased two more females! And as you can see, we've grown a little since then! All of our bullies are house raised and they have their own room in our home. They are with us constantly and are considered members of our family.
"Our desire at Big Ox Bulldogs is to offer you the highest quality English Bulldog. We want to be proud of the English Bulldog babies we have helped produce, and we want you to be proud owners. We strive to produce bulldog litters that meet and hopefully exceed the bulldog standard in conformation. In order to accomplish these goals, we breed for appearance and health! Our bulldog puppies and adults have the utmost care available and they are not kennel kept! Our English Bulldogs have the most wonderful temperaments. They make an excellent family or individual companion!"
~~PLEASE EDUCATE YOURSELF BEFORE DECIDING TO GET AN ENGLISH BULLDOG! PLEASE VISIT www.bulldogsworld.com FOR THE BEST ENGLISH BULLDOG INFORMATION!~~
We sell only genuine English Bulldogs. We do not sell Olde English Bulldogges or Mini English Bulldogs. All of our adults and puppies are registered with the American Kennel Club.
"Good luck in your search for the right bulldog and Thank You for visiting our website! We are located in Southern Oklahoma and welcome you to come by and visit."
Brent and Stella Oxford
"Bulldogs aren't our whole life, but they do make our lives whole!"
WHY DO BULLDOGS COST SO MUCH?
If your first question is PRICE, maybe this is not the breed that you should be looking into. In order to breed HIGH QUALITY and HEALTHY bulldogs it is NOT cheap!
There is a great deal of time, effort and expense involved in raising a Bulldog litter. Without going into too much detail, it can cost $2000-$3000 to breed, to deliver and raise a litter, without consideration for the time invested. The average litter size is 4. Getting the female ready for breeding requires pre-breeding testing, ovulation testing, etc. - approximately 3 trips to the vet. Then the female is usually artificially inseminated, another 3 trips to the vet, not to mention the expense for the semen/stud service which is $500 and up. Then you wait 4 weeks for an ultrasound and/or x-rays. (It is important to be sure the female is pregnant). Special diets and constant monitoring for the next 5 weeks, plus getting the nursery ready with heating pads, bottles, blankets, medical supplies, milk replacer, puppy scales, and the list goes on and on. Then comes the C-section which can cost upwards of $500 assuming she went into labor DURING regular office hours and all went well. Females produce only 2 -3 litters. This is a special breed which requires the help of humans to bring a litter to 8 weeks of age. In spite of their appearance, the Bulldog, as a newborn puppy is extremely fragile. It requires constant monitoring of the puppies (24 hours a day, 7 days a week). Bulldogs don't make the best mothers because they may lay on a puppy on accident and not even realize it. The puppies are normally checked by the vet at least 4 times during their first 8 weeks, including de-worming and puppy shots. It is a breed that requires MAXIMUM effort on the part of the breeder to make sure that all the puppies turn out healthy.
The whole procedure is VERY costly.Beware of "great deals" and "cheap puppies", they may cost you alot more in the end - not just money, but heartache too!
Ingrid has been bred to Ruger!
We will have confirmation of their upcoming litter very soon!