What is the 3 year health guarantee?

  • For the three year guarantee to become effective for the said dog/puppy, buyer(s) must have their puppy/dog examined within 48 business hours after receiving their puppy/dog, by a certified licensed veterinarian.
  • DanShi's Bullies guarantees that the puppy/dog will be up to date on Florida State required inoculations; puppies will receive a comprehensive examination by our veterinarian, a fecal screening, and a Florida State Health Certificate.
  • DanShi's Bullies represents that the puppy/dog sold here under is free of worms, fleas, and other internal or external parasites to the best of Seller's knowledge.
  • DanShi's Bullies guarantees this puppy/dog to be in good health at the time of sale.
  • The puppy/dog is guaranteed against any fatal and congenital life threatening defects until three years of age, This includes LIVER, KIDNEY, HEART, PANCREAS, AND SPINE DISEASE. Conditions must be life threatening.
  • If you can no longer care for your dog/puppy, please do not give him/her away, please contact us.
  • ....... more details will be provided on the three year contract & health guarantee!

We only sell to families who have completed the puppy/adult application and was approved. We want to place our puppies with loving, happy, social, pet friendly family homes.


Are you a store?

NO, We are not a store. We live in a residential home with our family and pets… so please understand this is not a store. This is our family home and is in the best interest and safety for our family, health of pups and our pets, that all visitations / meet and greets are done at either of our veterinarians office in Fort Lauderdale,  Miramar, or Sunrise Florida, with an approved application on file.

We will then contact you to schedule an appointment for a meet & greet with the puppy or dog of your choice at our veterinarians office.

Facetime & Zoom appointments are available (with an approved application on file) if you would like to see the puppy sooner.


What are AKC Registration options?

AKC Limited Registration - This is a companion pet only. He/She must be neutered/spayed at/around one year of age. You can not breed or show this dog. Any litters born will not be registered.

AKC Full Registration - This option allows you to show your dog and you're given full breeding rights.


What are standard & non- standard colors & markings?

Standard colors varies per breed.. Typically they include Cream, Fawn, Brindle, White, Pied for French Bulldogs and Fallow, Fawn, Brindle, Red, White for Bulldogs.

Non-Standard colors are Colors not listed on the AKC Standard. All other colors or markings are considered disqualifications and can not compete at any AKC Show Competitions; such as but not limited to Blue, Chocolate, Black, Lilac, Merle, Blue/tan, Black/tan, Lilac/tan. However, Non standard colored dogs can still be registered with AKC.


Can I meet the puppies or dog before I make a decision?

Of course, As long as the puppies are at least 6 weeks of age and the puppy application was approved. We will set up a meet and greet at our veterinarians office in Miramar or Sunrise Florida.

VisitationWho doesn't love puppies…. we all love to cuddle and smell their little puppy breath, listen to their puppy sounds and watch them crawl…. who wouldn't love it. But we do have a strict visitation policy in place.

We live in a residential home with our family and pets… so please understand this is not a store. This is our family home and is in the best interest and safety for our family, health of pups and our pets, that all visitations / meet and greets are done at our veterinarians office in Miramar or Sunrise Florida, with an approved application on file.

We will then contact you to schedule an appointment for a meet and greet with the puppy or dog of your choice.


How can I purchase a puppy/dog?

Once you submit a puppy application, & the application is approved, we will notify you of available puppies/dog. You can also text/call/email to confirm your status.

To reserve the puppy/dog of your choice, you must place a non-refundable but transferable (to another puppy, dog, or planned litter) reservation fee of $1,000 to reserve your puppy/dog.

We can accept the "pre-paid" reservation fee in advance to reserve your place for planned future litters (puppies that are not yet born or breeding hasn't been completed); If the mom wasn't able to produce a litter, the puppy parishes, you are not satisfied with the puppies that were born in that litter, or there's not enough puppies for you to choose your pick of litter, you would have the option to wait for us to do a repeat breeding or you may transfer your balance to another planned litter or available puppy (subject to availability). Ask for more details...

WE DO NOT SELL TO ANYONE WHO HAS NOT COMPLETED A PUPPY APPLICATION FOR APPROVAL, STORES, MILLS, OR BROKERS.


Can we pick up our puppy or do you ship or offer Hand Delivery Services ?

We do not ship our puppies. BUT We can personally hand deliver your puppy. We offer FREE hand delivery up to 50 miles from Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, subject to change & availability. Ground transportation fee varies over the 50 miles, depending on location & availability.

We can also meet with you at our veterinarians office to pick up your puppy.

For out of state flight nanny deliveries ~ We also offer puppy nanny flight transport services, where our puppy nanny hand delivers our puppies worldwide to our families closest airport,  for an additional cost. Some restrictions may apply. Our puppy nanny stays with your puppy through the entire flight and is hand delivered to the new owners at their closest airport.  The nanny fee varies for US & International deliveries. The buyer would need to be present when picking up your puppy. Our nanny's fly on standby flights which means at anytime flights can be delayed or full, so please take this into consideration and keep your schedules open in case this was to happen.


Do you ship oversees?

No we do NOT ship our puppies...... HOWEVER, We do have a puppy nanny who can hand deliver our puppies worldwide, for an additional cost. Some restrictions may apply. Ask for more details. For families out of the county ~ Please check with your countries Department of Agricultural Requirements (Dog Import / Export) to get more information on what is required before we can export a puppy to your country with our nanny. Typically puppies leaving the country would have to be at least 20 weeks old if not older; as the country import requirements may vary; the puppies are required to be fully vaccinated, dewormed, microchip, on heartworm preventatives, HW screened, on flea/tick prevention, in addition to other requirements such as in some cases, being spayed or neutered. Every country is different so please check to make sure you have the most updated import / export requirements & fee's.


References

Veterinarian references available. We have our families and our veterinarian testimonials/reviews on our website and social media pages. We have plenty of our dogs on social media, so feel free to follow them and see how they are growing with their families. Testimonials here 


What is your return policy?

If you can no longer care for your dog/puppy, please do not give him/her away, please contact us and we will help you find a good home. Please ensure that the puppy/dog is up to date on all vaccinations and has all paperwork that was originally given, and please be able to provide us with documentation of such.


Do you have customer service?

Of course! We are available to answer your questions 24/7/365. Send me a instant message or email shirley@danshisbullies.com


Disclaimer: RIGHT OF REFUSAL: We reserve the right to refuse a sale to any person, for any reason, without explanation.

APHIS Animal Welfare Act: Starting, November 18th 2013. All recipients who purchased their pet over the internet sight unseen will have to sign a Visual Inspection Form from the flight nanny, transporter, and or DanShi's Bullies. The actual purchaser must be present when accepting the animal so that they can have a face to face interaction and visually inspect that what they purchased is indeed what was delivered. The recipient has the right of refusal before taking possession, and sign a visual inspection form. Should the recipient refuse the animal or is not physically present to pick up the animal, the transporter will immediately return the animal to DanShi's Bullies.


Why do French Bulldogs and English Bulldogs cost so much ?

One of our top priorities is being able to produce healthy long lived family pets. Health testing is an important component of being a responsible breeder. Our dogs are registered with American Kennel Club (AKC) and health tested for several genetic disorders and diseases, OFA certified, evaluated for K9 herpes, Brucellosis,  Heartworm screening, Cardiac Evaluation, *Hip and Elbow evaluations, Patella Luxation screening, annual breeding soundness examinations, and the list goes on…. (*testing varies per dog, visit the dog's page for more details)

We have thousands of dollars invested in the health, maintenance and care for each and everyone of our dogs. We pride ourselves in knowing that we have created generations of pure bred "Truly Healthy" French Bulldogs & English Bulldogs.

If you are looking for a "bargain price"  this is not the breed that you should be looking into. In order to breed a HIGH QUALITY and HEALTHY Bulldogs, it is NOT CHEAP. There's a great deal of time, tears, effort, and expense involved in raising a litter. Bullies require assistance to breed; artificial insemination or surgical insemination is needed to breed, and a c -section for delivery of the puppies.

The average cost for us to breed a litter can run well into the thousands; This does not include any cost estimates for the care of the litter, the mother, puppy vaccinations, dewormings, puppy examinations, micro-chipping, Health certifications, veterinary exams, and if any emergency care is needed, for example:

  • Progesterone testing, plus STAT (same day results) fee's $105-$125 - Testing repeated every other day until ovulation
  • Breeding soundness Exam $69 -$98
  • Fecal Screening $25-$35 per puppy & dog
  • Vaginal Cytology $45-$65
  • AI (artificial insemination) $250-$350
  • TCI (Trans-cervical Insemination) $400-$500
  • SI (surgical insemination) $450-$650
  • Stud fee $1000-$5000
  • Semen Cyrobank Storage Fee $350-$450
  • Shipping costs for semen extraction $200-$400
  • Semen Morphology, Motility, Count Testing $95-$150
  • X-ray $95-$125
  • Ultrasound $125-$250
  • CBC/Chemistry Blood Profile $95-$150
  • Cesarean section (assuming it is during normal hours and that there are no complications during surgery) $1500.-$3500
  • Supplementation and Diet $400-$600
  • Genetic Disorder testing & OFA Registration $95-$125 per disorder submission
  • Hip and Elbow Evaluations & Xrays $250-350
  • Tracheal Hypoplasia Evaluation & Xrays $150-$250
  • Patella Luxation Evaluations $150-$250
  • Cardiac Evaluation $150-$250

When a litter is born the puppies must be fed every 2 hours around the clock for the first three weeks. Then every 3-4 hours after 3 weeks of age. They are watched and monitored 24 hours a day. English & French Bulldogs are not like other dogs; they do not realize that any slight movement could crush the baby. It is very easy for them to injure or roll over on the baby and not even realize it. So to insure this does not occur, we sit and help with feedings and cleaning with the moms at all times.

Litters are human assisted for several weeks around the clock with the mother; this is to ensure puppies have nice full tummies and are getting all the vitamins and minerals that are needed for the growth of a healthy puppy, and this also alleviates the stress on the mom, as she can just relax and just lay there, while she watch's me take care of her babies. C-section for Bulldogs & French Bulldogs are a requirement for several reasons like: high rates of water puppies which can't pass through the birth canal, large head and shoulders of the puppies, stress, heat factors and the inability to "push" out a full litter is often too much on a Bulldog.

We love what we do and will continue to strive to create a healthier bully!