ABRA Online

Register your litter, click here for details.

Transfer your dog in from another registry, click here for a Single Dog Registration Form.

Looking for an ABRA show, click here for all of our 2014 shows.

Interested in adding an American Bulldog to your family, check out our list of ABRA registered breeders.

The American Bulldog Registry & Archives is a registry created by American Bulldog breeders for American Bulldog breeders.

Contact us by email – Email@ABRA1st.com

Our USA mailing address is PO Box 170 Buffalo NY 14225

Our Canadian mailing address is 3460 Hwy #6, Hagersville, ON, N0A 1H0

Our telephone number is 905-768-4446905-768-4446

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39 thoughts on “ABRA Online
  1. I have two American Bulldogs (male and female) the female is about a year and a half and the boy is 8 months. How old can they be to get them papered? How do I go about papering them? When I baught the female they gave me papers from the breeders that they baught her from. The male I got him given to me by a friend, they said that he is pure bred, but the people they baught him from wanted a lot more money for the papers.
    Thank You
    Jessica Kennedy

    • You can only get papers from the person you bought the dog from. Fill out the females papers and send them in. For the male, you will have to go to the people that your friend bought him from and pay them for the papers.

  2. So I have a question, I have my ABRA registration papers for my female but it asks to include a pic, so what kind of pic are you looking for? Do you want one of her standing like in a show or sitting for a straight on shot? Jusst not sure what you are looking for. Please let me know. Sincerely Tonya

    • Hi, the best shot is a profile with the head turned toward the camera. The side with the most identifying markers is the best. A Microchip and DNA are both good identifiers too, please consider them.

  3. Hello, I have submitted my registration papers of my female Monroe, however on my registration paper there was only the Buffalo address to mail it to and I was not aware of the Canadian mailing address. Is this going to cause a problem that I sent it to the states instead of the mailing address in Canada, And is there any way to confirm that they have been received,. I sent an email but I haven’t received any correspondence on it yet. I Don’t mean to sound pushy just sent originals and are scared of them getting lost. Thanks so much Tonya

  4. Hello.
    We live in Sweden and when we bought our American Bulldog, they told us that he was registered in ABRA. We didnt get any papers from them. So my question is.
    Can we get the pappers/ pedigree, perhaps buy the pedigree of you? Or how does it work to get the papers on our american bulldog.
    Sincerely Magnus.

    • Hi Magnus, you must ask the person that you purchased the dog from for the papers. I cannot give you papers directly, I do not know what dog you have.

  5. Hi.
    Okey. But he is registered in ABRA, cant you finde him in you´r register if you search on his chip number? Or it does not work that way?
    /Magnus

    • No, it doesn’t work that way, when you buy a puppy, the person that you bought the puppy from must give you an ABRA registration certificate. You must contact that person and ask them for the certificate.

  6. I have an american bulldog that was given to me and my family i would like to have another ABD but i don’t have the papers apparently the breeder that had him had someone interested in him as a puppy and put a deposit on him and the breeder gave him the his papers since he put a deposit the guy never came up with the rest of the money but she gave him the refund but he never gave back the papers and apparently he’s a rude person and have been told he probably won’t give them back so how can i go about gettin his papers?

  7. hi I am looking for some information on the bloodline of our AB, he passed away in august. we never registered him but we did register his full brother ( same mom and dad, different litter). He was registered with the ABA and i have copies of his bloodline and the numbers. He was born in 2003 but we are hoping one of his littermates or his brother’s litter mates continued the bloodline and there may be puppies out there.I am wondering if there is any way to track that through their registered numbers. i have tried pedigreesearch.com but i can only find their proceeding relatives and no offspring because i don’t know the littermates names. Any advice would be appreciated.

  8. Hi I’m going I to register my AB in a month or so what’s the cost I know it’s higher now since he’s over a year old but I just found he’s paper work since I moved any helpful answers will help thank you again

  9. I have an American bulldog he’s about 2 years old and I want to register him but I don’t know anything about his parents because he was given to me what should I do?

  10. Question. on the back of my form to purchase the Bulldog papers, It states the following, “Please make checks payable to L. Rose if in Canadian funds ABRA if in US Funds, payments made from other countries can only be made online with paypal.com to Email@ABRA1st.com or by Credit Card.” My question is could i pay with Credit Card if I live in the USA? I noticed on the form it has all the requirements to pay by credit card.

  11. Hi Leslie,
    Can you tell me exactly what I need to do to register our new puppy from Rockhead Bull Dogs in Sidney BC Canada. we have an 8 week old female that we need to get registered. Alex explained it to me but I would like to make sure I am doing the right thing.
    Alex has been most helpful and to be honest I have never seen a breeder so honest and open about his dogs and invited us right into his home. I have also noticed that he really loves people and loves his dogs and I have never seen anyone before look after their puppies and adult dogs so well. He has been 100% open about his breedings to my wife and I He hides nothing about his American Bull Dogs and has been helpful in answering all questions and has given me very helpful advice. I guess I am saying all this because I have never seen or heard Alex put down anyone else’s dogs but just says, “Everyone has their own style of AB” which I appreciate his style. Always happy and always helpful and his dogs are his life as I can tell be the way he looked after his puppies and made sure then go to very good homes and no punks looking for a tough dog, if you know what I mean …
    thank you
    Gregory
    PS thank you for the help also

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