Stud Dogs

ICH, NCL Clear by parentage American Bulldog Stud

ABRA Champion, Blue Ribbon bred, ICH, NCL Clear by parentage
American Bulldog Stud, Pawsitive’s Legacy


If you are interested in breeding your ABRA registered American Bulldog to a male that does not belong to you here are a few things that you may want to consider.  Is the stud dog an excellent representative of the breed?  Is he a conformation Champion?  Has he had his hips x-rayed, is he clear of Ich and NCL, does he have some working titles and is he ABRA registered?  If the answer is yes to all of those questions you can feel comfortable using him as a stud dog, If you answered no to any of those questions ask yourself if there is a better option out there for you.

Every puppy that you produce is not breed worthy so why sell them like that?

Sell your puppies on a non breeding contract, if the pup turns out to be an excellent specimen of the breed, tempermentally, conformationally, functionally and healthy you can lift the non-breeding restriction.  Help us keep the over population of substandard American Bulldogs to a minimum.

If you flip over the back of the temporary puppy certificates you will see a box to initial to to make the puppy NON-Breeding.  The breeder of the puppy can change that status anytime.