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Last updated: 1/22/2021: There are currently no puppies available. The puppies pictured below are from previous litters, just allowing you to get an idea of what to expect when we do have puppies. We will likely have spring/summer puppies. If you're interested, read the site, and then email Blasco Family Bulldogs© by form or directly and we'll notify you when we have puppies.

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Litter #2
Puppies Parents

Sorry, litter below is now entirely sold.

Mom: Parker's Bernie Cuda, purebred Standard type American Bulldog
Weight: 91 lbs. year round, all the time. This girl's weight never fluctuates more than a few ounces unless she's pregnant. Absolutely incredible characteristic.
Height (at shoulders): 25"
Instinctual Orientation: High-Prey Drive, High-Protection Drive Family Guard Dog.

Notes on Mom: Bernie was bred by Parker's American Bulldogs, Alaska, and this is a shout out meant to convey our sincere thanks, and professional respect for producing such a fine dog. Bernie has perfect structure. Bernie is perfectly square. Bernie is 25" to the withers and 91 pounds for every moment of her entire adult life, except during pregnancy, an unheard of consistency, speaking to superior health, and demonstrated excellence in protein conversion and feed-to-pound ratios. Bernie has perfect health, not simply from a disease standpoint, but from a complete holistic consideration of the dog. This method considers the dog's daily activity and feed/energy conversion, stable physique attributes and weight, nearly indistinguishable hormonal cycles, and the raw performance abilities of the dog. Bernie is highly athletic -- a sitting jump with well over 6' of air beneath her, coupled with extreme speed and extreme agility, whether running/catching, or in any protection scenario, against either beast or man. And Bernie is sharply protective of her family, yet easily verbally controlled, even by the kids. A command for this girl gets a response as consistent as an electric switch; she instantly complies in any circumstance. Day-to-day Bernie is a 100% safe-in-public, people friendly, child friendly Family Guard Dog, highly intelligent, only wanting to please her humans. Throughout the entire world there is no Standard type American Bulldog female of breeding age that is meaningfully superior to Bernie. Here she is at under two years old.

Blasco's Manic Meeka

American Bulldog Puppies

Dad: Bully the Bulldozer, purebred Johnson type American Bulldog
Weight: 130 to 135 pounds seasonally
Height (at shoulders): 27"
Instinctual Orientation: Low-Prey Drive, Mid-Protection Drive, dedicated family watch dog.

Notes on Dad: Dozer has basically perfect structure, excellent health, and is unusually athletic for a dog his size. Understand, fluctuating between 130 and 135 pounds seasonally (and with athletically low body fat -- this beast being all muscle), Dozer is in fact one of the biggest American Bulldogs in the world. You don't commonly see a dog exceeding even just 100 pounds who loves to run, run fast and for long periods of time the way Dozer does being so much larger. While being a commited watch dog, Dozer is also a happy, calm boy with both family and nearly any stranger, at home or in public. He's another one who much like Meeka, Chica and Boogie really has a fun, unique personality, not a mean bone in his body... unless mean becomes necessary. Dozer also has fantastic people judgment ability, and he loves to play, especially enjoying kids. Notably, Dozer also has a dry mouth; i.e., no excessive drooling, even while retaining the giant Johnson type head and extra facial flesh.

American Bulldog Bully the Bulldozer

American Bulldog Puppies

THE PUPPIES (of Litter #2)...

About the Litter Generally: A far superior to the average litter of happy, healthy, friendly and mellow, yet highly athletic Hybrid type American Bulldog puppies, with mother being a purebred Standard type, and father a purebred Johnson type. Put plainly, this is a bad ass litter of excellent American Bulldog puppies. They have their traditional American Bulldog drives, for a fun loving brand of no no nonsense family protection, from man or animal. They are farm dogs/ranch dogs born and bred.

Nobody required any special aid as infant puppies. Nobody presents any form of special need or health concern. All puppies are dramatically robust, active, and very strong, purebred American Bulldogs. They show advanced intellectual development in various metrics, and strong emotional development also. None will likely reach the 130+ pounds of their dad Dozer (though that is possible), but all will meet or exceed 110 to 120+ pounds, assuming heavy physical activity and proper protein uptake.

There are only four boys available. They are entirely equal in their seriously superior quality. For those of you who have always wanted a dog like my boy, Doc, this is your litter. Every one of these puppies is of the same typology, drive and intelligence metrics as Doc, but with superior structure, and likely superior size as well.

Typology & Health: As Hybrid type, purebred American Bulldogs, this being similar to an F1 Hybrid breeding with both Standard type and Johnson type American Bulldog blood distinct between the parents, these puppies are much more muscular and heavy than the typical Standard types, far more athletic and agile than the typical Johnson types. And there's something for everyone -- a couple very Johnson or "bullier" looking boys, and a couple perfect Standard type boys. Hybrid type purebreds are also far healthier than the repeatedly inbred specimens common in purebred dog breeding. I'll invite you to read my own articles on that topic, hybrid breeding, here: The Known Advatages of Hybrid Breeding, and here: An Introduction to Outcross Breeding.

These puppies also all have higher adapted lung capacity than most puppies - making for true athletes, if you wish. We're at over 9,000 feet in elevation so all of our puppies share this same advantage, being unusually long winded little brutes. It's why Olympians train in Colorado Springs, and our location is way higher into the clouds than Colorado Springs. While pics below are taken on a recently mild fall day, these puppies have also already been in snow and are well acclimated to colder temperatures. A proper dog house and some straw are fine if you're wanting a dog that will spend most of its time outside. We hope that's not what you do. American Bulldogs make fantastic in-house pets, but these dogs can endure a 24/7 outdoor lifestyle if that's what you choose to do with your dog.

Adult Size & Life Expectancy: Assuming good protein uptake, tender loving care, and meaningful muscle building exercise, all these boys will meet or exceed 110 to 120+ pounds and finish at roughly 26" to 27 +/- inches to the withers (measuring from ground to top of shoulders). I've also provided more specific weight expectations for each individual puppy.

Regarding life expectancy, few American Bulldogs exceed 15 years of age, but of those few that do, they will nearly all be the healthier, more athletic and strong Hybrid type American Bulldogs like these. Speaking statistically about all American Bulldogs throughout the world (even those being poorly bred, cousin-to-cousin and worse, over and over again), few American Bulldogs die of natural or disease related causes before 11 to 12 years of age.

Temperament & Trainability: They all have enough drive to allow for protection training later, and all will be naturally protective watch dog types, with little to no training whatsoever. However, there are no overt markers for raised aggression or unusual dominance, beyond what is usual in more well behaved American Bulldogs.

As a rule, any Blasco bred dog can be easily trained to obey verbal and/or sign commands flawlessly, as safe-in-public family guard dogs. Some will be more friendly and jovial with strangers than others (most of that dependent upon the particular owners), but all can be trained and socialized to be safe and reliable, with little to no mischief. They are all very sweet, already really love and enjoy kids, and all are very, very smart, making for easy training, and years of deeply bonded relationship.

Pricing, Competitive Quality & Adherence to Tradition: Typical pricing on our males since 2018 is $2,000, and females $1,800. All of these puppies are quite legitimately the quintessential, traditional, farm/ranch working American Bulldog -- traditional drives in place, ready to serve and protect, and likely act like family clowns their entire lives, the focus of rich childhood memories in the years to come.

Also worth mentioning, every one of these puppies is of a more rare and elite show dog quality, checking all the boxes for the characteristics that consistently make for show ring, as well as agility, and protection sport Champions. We know what we're talking about on that note. Blasco's Red Solo Cup a/k/a "Spartan" was the 2015 ABKC National Grand Champion, the 2015 ABKC American Bulldog of the Year, and the highest point ranked American Bulldog in ABKC history. Many other Blasco dogs have also won various awards, and Champiopnships. This litter of American Bulldog puppies are elite show dog quality dogs.

Finally, because we expose our puppies to lots of mixed terrain and elevations, their agility is well advanced for their age. So are their protection instincts. There are coyotes outside the fenceline regularly prowling about wanting to eat our puppies, and a bunch of hardened adult protection dogs that will chase down and kill coyotes are actively protecting them, and "teaching them the ropes" as they say. Furthermore, puppies have been exposed to gunfire and fast driving on four wheel drive woodland trails. So these are the real deal, true big boned country bulldogs born and bred, with that early rural family socialization that has given American Bulldogs their traditional reputation of dychotomy: Serious-as-a-heart-attack farm dogs with not a drop of back down in their blood, and gently loving family protector companion dogs that prefer the company of human children, even over their own kind.

Age & Date of Release: Born: September 18, 2020 this litter will be released to their new homes on: December 11, 2020. And yes, of course we're willing to hold them another couple weeks by request for those of you wanting them to be surprise Christmas presents, but they must be paid-in-full by December 11th. We do not release puppies to their new homes until 12-weeks of age. This is a best practice issue for the puppies themselves as well as a service to you, their new owners. If you'd like to know why it matters, I'll recommend my own article here: Dog Temperament, Pack Whelping, Socialization & Bite Inhibition. Obviously we'll hold puppies by deposit for a couple/few weeks longer for anyone asking us to. However, we purposefully give short notice like this to help weed out potentially well meaning buyers who may not have the financial ability to properly care for our dogs later. I figure that if you can get a couple grand up within a few weeks time to buy a puppy, you can also probably pay for a potential life saving measure later, should the dog tangle with a mountain lion, or swallow a toy Tonka truck or something.

As usual you're not going to see photographs of puppies with pink bows stuck to their heads, or snuggled with Teddy bears. The pics are for the sole purpose of showing their excellent structure, balance and active life vitality and these pics do that, so please do not ask for more pics.

Male: $2,000, Reference: Litter 2 Boy 1

$200 DEPOSIT RECEIVED: Abreu, Pick-up: 12/12, after 10:30 a.m.

Special Notes: Biggest and most like his dad Dozer. I doubt if he'll reach dad's 130+ pounds, but 120+ pounds assuming excellent physical exercise and protein uptake is a reasonable expectation. No elevated drives, but he, like his brothers, is a no back down kind of dog, glad to be friendly with other dogs, but not willing to ever be dominated by overly aggressive or rude dogs. He's gentle and loving towards children, and very, very sweet. Premium show quality dog in any registry events preferring the "bullier" type American Bulldogs, such as, the NKC Johnson class, the ABKC, ABA, ABRA, or the UKC. Prep him right and he'll plaster the wall with blue ribbons, and he's going to be very big.

American Bulldog Boy 3

American Bulldog Boy 3

American Bulldog Boy 3

American Bulldog Boy 3

American Bulldog Boy 3

American Bulldog Puppies

Boy: $2,000, Reference: Litter 2 Boy 2

$200 DEPOSIT RECEIVED: Hortenstine, Pick-up: 12/14, after 10:30 a.m.

Special Notes: Almost a pure white boy, but for a single eye patch, and the typical traditional American Bulldog black ticking - mostly below the fur, a little bit on the fur as well. He's a big boy, not quite as big as Boy 1, but sure to be in the 115 to 120 pound range, assuming excellent physical exercise and protein uptake. No elevated drives, but he, like his brothers, is a no back down kind of dog, glad to be friendly with other dogs, but not willing to ever be dominated by overly aggressive or rude dogs. He's gentle and loving towards children, and very, very sweet. Premium show quality dog, if shown in the NKC Standard American Bulldog category, probably not in the ABKC as they like much "bullier" looking dogs with the shorter noses. His head shape is very Standard type, similar to Mikie's head, but he'll be much larger than Mikie, and every bit as athletic and agile.

American Bulldog Girl 1

American Bulldog Girl 1

American Bulldog Girl 1

American Bulldog Girl 1

American Bulldog Puppies

Boy: $2,000, Reference: Litter 2 Boy 3

$200 DEPOSIT RECEIVED: McCarthy, Delivery scheduled for week of 12/14.

Special Notes: A very "bully" and nearly pure white boy, but for the patch near his passenger side eye, and the typical traditional American Bulldog black ticking -- most under the fur, some on the fur as well. He'll make 110 to 115+ pounds, assuming excellent physical exercise and protein uptake. No elevated drives, but he, like his brothers, is a no back down kind of dog, glad to be friendly with other dogs, but not willing to ever be dominated by overly aggressive or rude dogs. He's gentle and loving towards children, and very, very sweet. Premium show quality dog. Prep him right and he'll plaster the wall with blue ribbons.

American Bulldog Girl 3

American Bulldog Girl 3

American Bulldog Girl 3

American Bulldog Girl 1

American Bulldog Girl 3

American Bulldog Puppies

Boy: $2,000, Reference: Litter 2 Boy 4

$200 DEPOSIT RECEIVED: Campbell, Pick-up: 12/13, after 10:30 a.m.

Special Notes: A pure white Standard type American Bulldog boy; i.e., a head shape that is very Standard type, similar to Mikie's head, but he'll be much larger than Mikie, and every bit as athletic and agile. He'll certainly make 110 to 115 pounds, assuming excellent physical exercise and protein uptake, and that's really big for a Standard type American Bulldog. He's a premium show quality dog; they'd LOVE HIM in the NKC Standard American Bulldog show ring that really values traditional, high athleticism Standard type American Bulldogs, but not in the ABKC as they like the much "bullier" looking dogs with the shorter noses. While he'd never allow himself to be dominated by an overly aggressive or rude dog, he's sweet as apple pie and just loves the kids -- and running.

American Bulldog Boy 1

American Bulldog Boy 1

American Bulldog Boy 1

American Bulldog Boy 1

American Bulldog Boy 1

Litter #1
Puppies' Parents

Sorry, litter below is now entirely sold.

Mom: Blasco's Manic Meeka, purebred Hybrid type American Bulldog, father being a Scott type, mom a Johnson type.
Weight: 80 to 85 pounds seasonally
Height (at shoulders): 25"
Instinctual Orientation: Low-Prey Drive, Mid-Protection Drive Watch Dog.

Notes on Mom: Meeka is an athlete with nearly perfect structure more like a Scott type, but with a clearly Johnson type head. She has a very easy going, stable temperament, is good with most other dogs and people alike, but will protect her people as necessary, and will not tolerate being bullied by more dominant dogs. Meeka's father, Blasco's Bad Boy Boogie, a Scott type American Bulldog, is one of the most intelligent and really just cool, fun American Bulldogs we've ever owned. Boogie passes much the same to his daughters Meeka and Chica, who are nearly identical sisters and litter mates. Meeka is a girl who will walk on the narrow back of a couch in order to slide gently in between the two people she wants to snuggle with. Or she'll put her head on the coffee table an inch away from your plate looking up at you, wanting to win treats with cuteness, but never being rude about it. Meeka has a lot of personality, and she has delivered that to all of her puppies as well, having the kind of truly outgoing, fun personalities that make for those warm family memories in later years. While Meeka has the more Johnson or "bully" type head, she has a dry mouth, basically no drool at all.

Blasco's Manic Meeka

American Bulldog Puppies

Dad: Bully the Bulldozer, purebred Johnson type American Bulldog
Weight: 130 to 135 pounds seasonally
Height (at shoulders): 27"
Instinctual Orientation: Low-Prey Drive, Mid-Protection Drive, dedicated family watch dog.

Notes on Dad: Dozer has basically perfect structure, excellent health, and is unusually athletic for a dog his size. Understand, fluctuating between 130 and 135 pounds seasonally (and with athletically low body fat -- this beast being all muscle), Dozer is in fact one of the biggest American Bulldogs in the world. You don't commonly see a dog exceeding even just 100 pounds who loves to run, run fast and for long periods of time the way Dozer does being so much larger. While being a commited watch dog, Dozer is also a happy, calm boy with both family and nearly any stranger, at home or in public. He's another one who much like Meeka, Chica and Boogie really has a fun, unique personality, not a mean bone in his body... unless mean becomes necessary. Dozer also has fantastic people judgment ability, and he loves to play, especially enjoying kids. Notably, Dozer also has a dry mouth; i.e., no excessive drooling, even while retaining the giant Johnson type head and extra facial flesh.

American Bulldog Bully the Bulldozer

American Bulldog Puppies

THE PUPPIES (of Litter #1)...

About the Litter Generally: This is a really fantastic litter of happy, healthy, friendly and (except for one trouble maker) fairly mellow Hybrid type American Bulldog puppies. Nobody required any special aid as infant puppies. Nobody presents any form of special need or health concern. All puppies are highly robust, active, and strong purebred American Bulldogs, showing advanced development in various metrics to be discussed, and all have excellent, outgoing temperament. Differences between these puppies is subtle, generally in ways you'd likely never discern.

Typology & Health: As Hybrid type, purebred American Bulldogs containing both Scott type and Johnson type American Bulldog blood, these puppies are more muscular and heavy than the typical long nosed, streamlined Scott types, far more athletic and agile than the typical Johnson types, and while all have the more Johnson type or big "bully" heads, they also have slightly longer noses promoting clear breathing. So as planned, you get the best of both worlds with this litter. Hybrid type purebreds are also far healthier than the repeatedly inbred specimens common in purebred dog breeding. I'll invite you to read my own articles on that topic, hybrid breeding, here: The Known Advatages of Hybrid Breeding, and here: An Introduction to Outcross Breeding.

These puppies also all have higher adapted lung capacity than most puppies - making for true athletes, if you wish. We're at over 9,000 feet in elevation so all of our puppies share this same advantage, being unusually long winded little brutes. It's why Olympians train in Colorado Springs, and our location is way higher into the clouds than Colorado Springs. While pics below are taken on a recently mild fall day, these puppies have also already been in snow and are well acclimated to colder temperatures. A proper dog house and some straw are fine if you're wanting a dog that will spend most of its time outside. We hope that's not what you do. American Bulldogs make fantastic in-house pets, but these dogs can endure a 24/7 outdoor lifestyle if that's what you choose to do with your dog.

Adult Size & Life Expectancy: Assuming good protein uptake, tender loving care, and meaningful muscle building exercise, all the boys will well exceed 110, some possibly even exceeding 120 pounds right up to 130ish, and the girls between 100 and 115 pounds. All of them (male and female) will finish out at right around 25" to 27" inches tall at the withers (measuring from ground to top of shoulders). Regarding life expectancy, few American Bulldogs exceed 15 years of age, but of those few that do, they will nearly all be the healthier, more athletic and strong Hybrid type American Bulldogs like these. Speaking statistically about all American Bulldogs throughout the world (even those being poorly bred, cousin-to-cousin and worse, over and over again), few American Bulldogs die of natural or disease related causes before 11 to 12 years of age.

Temperament & Trainability: They all have enough drive to allow for protection training later, and all will be naturally protective watch dog types with little to no training whatsoever. However, there are no overt markers for raised aggression or unusual dominance, beyond what is usual in more well behaved American Bulldogs (again, except for the one trouble maker boy). They are all very sweet, already really love and enjoy kids (including the trouble maker puppy), and all are very, very smart, making for easy training, and years of deeply bonded relationship.

Pricing, Competitive Quality & Adherence to Tradition: Typical pricing on our males since 2018 is $2,000, and females $1,800, with an exception for the pure white boy who as mentioned, is a trouble maker displaying some elevated aggression and dominance. I want to see that boy go to more experienced working dog owners and actually have a job function, beyond simply being a pet or show dog. We are ethical breeders, careful that people don't get "too much dog" for their money, so don't ask about the pure white boy if you cannot prove your experience with more aggressive large dogs, and have an already established commitment to some form of dog sport.

Also worth mentioning, every one of these puppies is of a more rare and elite show dog quality, checking all the boxes for the characteristics that consistently make for show ring, as well as agility, and protection sport Champions. We know what we're talking about on that note. Blasco's Red Solo Cup a/k/a "Spartan" was the 2015 ABKC National Grand Champion, the 2015 ABKC American Bulldog of the Year, and the highest point ranked American Bulldog in ABKC history. Many other Blasco dogs have also won various awards, and Champiopnships. This litter of American Bulldog puppies are elite show dog quality dogs.

Finally, because we expose our puppies to lots of mixed terrain and elevations, their agility is well advanced for their age. So are their protection instincts. There are coyotes outside the fenceline regularly prowling about wanting to eat our puppies, and a bunch of hardened adult protection dogs that will chase down and kill coyotes are actively protecting them, and "teaching them the ropes" as they say. Furthermore, puppies have been exposed to gunfire and fast driving on four wheel drive woodland trails. So these are the real deal, true big boned country bulldogs born and bred, with that early rural family socialization that has given American Bulldogs their traditional reputation of dychotomy: Serious-as-a-heart-attack farm dogs with not a drop of back down in their blood, and gently loving family protector companion dogs that prefer the company of human children, even over their own kind.

Age & Date of Release: Born: July 28, 2020 this litter will be released to their new homes on: October 20, 2020. We do not release puppies to their new homes until 12-weeks of age. This is a best practice issue for the puppies themselves as well as a service to you, their new owners. If you'd like to know why it matters, I'll recommend my own article here: Dog Temperament, Pack Whelping, Socialization & Bite Inhibition. Obviously we'll hold puppies by deposit for a couple/few weeks longer for anyone asking us to. However, we purposefully give short notice like this to help weed out potentially well meaning buyers who may not have the financial ability to properly care for our dogs later. I figure that if you can get a couple grand up within a few weeks time to buy a puppy, you can also probably pay for a potential life saving measure later, should the dog tangle with a mountain lion, or swallow a toy Tonka truck or something.

As usual you're not going to see photographs of puppies with pink bows stuck to their heads, or snuggled with Teddy bears. The pics are for the sole purpose of showing their excellent structure, balance and active life vitality and these pics do that, so please do not ask for more pics.

Male: $2,500 $2,100, Reference: Boy 3

$200 DEPOSIT RECEIVED: Gold, Pick-up: Saturday 11/21, after 10:30 a.m. with advance notice by email when you've arrived in Colorado.

Special Notes: Pure white boy, but for the typical traditional American Bulldog black ticking - mostly below the fur, a little bit on the fur as well. This is the snarly little monster previously discussed that I want an established working dog home for. He's not the biggest of the males, but obviously his dad is Dozer and he is still quite big. He's as smart as the others, as gentle and loving towards children as the others. However, while brothers and sisters don't tolerate the behavior, he has much higher prey drive and is very dog dominant, always ferociously attacking brothers and sisters for no reason - just cause he likes to fight. He also demonstrates pronounced stalking and territorial behaviors. He would excel at competitive protection sports, but needs a firm, experienced hand with a strong enough arm to physically restrain him as an adult, should he decide to just say, "F**K it, this pizza delivery guy just glanced at my mom's butt! Now he must die!" He is not for the faint of heart, don't let his current cuteness fool you.

American Bulldog Boy 3

American Bulldog Boy 3

American Bulldog Boy 3

American Bulldog Boy 3

American Bulldog Boy 3

American Bulldog Puppies

Female: $1,800, Reference: Girl 3

$200 DEPOSIT RECEIVED: Gold, Pick-up: Saturday 11/21, after 10:30 a.m. with advance notice by email when you've arrived in Colorado.

Special Notes: Gorgeous girl, smallest and perhaps just slightly more child friendly than the others, and really loves to run. With the exception of the pure white boy above they're all about the same regarding temperament, but if I had to pick the most gentle, most lai back puppy in the litter, this girl would probably be it. She's also least Johnson or "bully" type in her looks, showing a bit more of her grand father Boogie's Scott type characteristics. Differences between these puppies is subtle, generally in ways you'd likely never discern. The whole litter's temperament, love of children, athleticism, health and structure are essentially identical, so no other special notes to share.

American Bulldog Girl 3

American Bulldog Girl 3

American Bulldog Girl 3

American Bulldog Girl 1

American Bulldog Girl 3

American Bulldog Puppies

Female: $1,600, Reference: Girl 2

$200 DEPOSIT RECEIVED: Stage, Pick-up: 11/29, 3:30 p.m.

Special Notes: Almost a pure white girl, but for the typical traditional American Bulldog black ticking - mostly below the fur, a little bit on the fur as well, and a small mahogany brindle marking on the passenger side ear. She's also nearly as big as her pure white sister further down. The black will likely finish filling in on her nose. They're born with pink noses and the black comes in over time. I marked her down $200 just in case the black does not finish coming in on her nose, as it is a technical fault in the show ring, she being a premium show quality dog otherwise. Differences between these puppies is subtle, generally in ways you'd likely never discern. The whole litter's temperament, love of children, athleticism, health and structure are essentially identical, so no other special notes to share.

American Bulldog Girl 1

American Bulldog Girl 1

American Bulldog Girl 1

American Bulldog Girl 1

American Bulldog Girl 1

American Bulldog Puppies

Male: $2,000, Reference: Boy 1

$200 DEPOSIT RECEIVED: Gand, Pick-up: 10/23 after 10:30 a.m.

Special Notes: There's an interesting little light spot on the driver's side that doesn't match the rest of the mahogany brindle spots, making him pretty unique. Differences between these puppies is subtle, generally in ways you'd likely never discern. The whole litter's temperament, love of children, athleticism, health and structure are essentially identical, so no other special notes to share.

American Bulldog Boy 1

American Bulldog Boy 1

American Bulldog Boy 1

American Bulldog Boy 1

American Bulldog Boy 1

American Bulldog Puppies

Male: $2,000, Reference: Boy 2

$200 DEPOSIT RECEIVED: Pashby, Pick-up: 10/21 after 10:30 a.m.

Special Notes: I love the way the markings on each side of this boy are so different. It's like he's one dog when you see him from one direction, but a different dog when you see him from the other direction. Differences between these puppies is subtle, generally in ways you'd likely never discern. The whole litter's temperament, love of children, athleticism, health and structure are essentially identical, so no other special notes to share.

American Bulldog Boy 2

American Bulldog Boy 2

American Bulldog Boy 2

American Bulldog Boy 2

American Bulldog Boy 2

American Bulldog Puppies

Female: $2,000, Reference: Girl 1

SOLD & PAID IN FULL: Marquez, Curbside Delivery COMPLETED

Special Notes: Pure white girl, but for the typical traditional American Bulldog black ticking - mostly below the fur, a little bit on the fur as well. She's currently as big as the biggest male, and the most sharply Johnson or "bully" type in the face for those of you really wanting a Johnson, but prefering the superior health metrics of the Hybrid types. This is a big, thick and meaty girl. I marked her up $200 because I'm tempted to keep her myself. If nobody can see plain as day why she's worth it, I'll keep her, cause she's awesome. Differences between these puppies is subtle, generally in ways you'd likely never discern. The whole litter's temperament, love of children, athleticism, health and structure are essentially identical, so no other special notes to share.

American Bulldog Girl 1

American Bulldog Girl 1

American Bulldog Girl 1

American Bulldog Girl 1

American Bulldog Girl 1

American Bulldog Puppies

Female: $1,800, Reference: Girl 4

SOLD & PAID IN FULL: Baker, Pick-up: 10/20 after 10:30 a.m.

Special Notes: She's got this really cool teardrop marking on the passenger side of her face right near her eye. Also, out of all the girls she acts most like a male, not in a bad way, just more protective, wanting to be more proactively involved with people, and tough like a male. Differences between these puppies is subtle, generally in ways you'd likely never discern. Again the whole litter's temperament, love of children, athleticism, health and structure are essentially identical, so no other special notes to share.

American Bulldog Girl 4

American Bulldog Girl 4

American Bulldog Girl 4

American Bulldog Girl 4

American Bulldog Girl 4

PUPPY DEPOSIT & PURCHASING PROCESS:

A $200.00 non-refundable, non-transferable deposit will hold your puppy. To secure your pick, speak up NOW via email and promise to send your deposit right away. Email Blasco Family Bulldogs© by contact form or directly. You will receive payment options and instructions for making deposit. It is important to get your deposits in now, or your pick may be lost. Total cost of females are $1,800.00, males $2,000.00, unless otherwise noted. Deposits come off the total cost of the dog. While we will accept your personal checks, official checks, Money Orders, and also Zelle, ONLY CASH will be accepted on site at day of pick up - and frankly we prefer cash the rest of the time too, people often using FedEx to send cash, or sending it via US Postal Service Registered Mail. If you wish to pay by check, Money Order or Zelle, be sure to pay at least 10 days before day of pick up to be sure that funds will have cleared by day of pick up. FULL PAYMENT MUST BE RECEIVED/CLEARED BEFORE DOGS ARE PICKED UP OR DELIVERED. We will reschedule your pick up day if funds have not cleared in time.

SHIPPING:

NOTICE: All shipping by air is currently impossible. We used to use United Airlines United Pet Safe exclusively, but they no longer ship the "bully" breeds at all. As far as we know, nobody else does either. Also forget the idea of bringing a Blasco puppy into the cabin of a plane with you as a "comfort pet" or similar. Our puppies are just too big for that.

This means that you must either pick your dog up in person, or pay the much higher rate for curbside delivery of $.55 per mile there and back; i.e., if you are located 1,000 miles from Divide, Colorado, that is a 2,000 mile trip for us at $.55 per mile = $1,100.00 (on top of the cost of the dog) to have us deliver your dog in person. Sorry. It's an airlines thing and we hate it too. This of course also means that these litters are only being offered to the lower 48 states - no international deliveries, no Alaska or Hawaii deliveries. Again, sorry. Call United Pet Safe and complain - letting them know we NEED that program.

We currently ship to the Continental United States (lower 48), Alaska and Canada for a stable $500.00 shipping cost. This additional cost includes air fare, airline approved live animal shipping crate, water/food bowls, and the Veterinarian inspection and Acclimation Statement sign-off that allows the dog to travel by plane. We do ship worldwide with Blasco dogs already in various countries throughout the world, however, all other locations are researched on a case-by-case basis for cost and feasability. It should also be known that Blasco puppies are well known for being strong, vigorous little brutes and we ship nothing less than that. You are never at risk of opening a crate to find a sickly little dog that needs to be rushed to the vet to see what's wrong with it, not ever. If we're shipping, all money for dog and shipping must be paid in full a full week in advance of the proposed shipping date.

AGE OF RELEASE:

Puppies will be released to their new homes or shipped/delivered on or about 12 weeks of age. We keep them that long on purpose. This is a best practice issue for the puppies themselves as well as a service to you, their new owners. If you'd like to know why it matters, I'll recommend my own article here: Dog Temperament, Early Pack Socialization & Bite Inhibition

REGISTRATIONS:

All Blasco dogs have registered bloodlines accurately documented by pedigree. Purebred American Bulldog puppies receive National Kennel Club (NKC) registrations and Bandogge puppies receive International Designer Canine Registry (IDCR) registrations. You should also know that the IDCR, as well as the United Kennel Club (UKC), the American Bully Kennel Club (ABKC), the American Bulldog Association (ABA), and the original American Bulldog registry, the Animal Research Foundation (ARF), all accept NKC registrations to register American Bulldogs. In other words, any NKC registered American Bulldog can also automatically be registered six times over, NKC, IDCR, UKC, ABKC, ABA and ARF, and compete with full pedigree'd rights in all sanctioned events of all six registries throughout the world. If you're wanting to fill a wall with silver and gold foiled registrations for your dog and brag that it's registered six times over, or actually compete in the events of multiple registries, go for it.

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Breeding dogs from a diversity of registered bloodlines -
It's better for the dogs - it's better for the breed...

The United Kennel Club UKCThe National Kennel Club NKCThe American Kennel Club AKCFederation Cynologique Internationale FCI

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