Buying A Puppy From Anderson Bulldogges
Puppy picks are given in the order of deposits received, no exceptions. A $500 non-refundable deposit is required to reserve and hold your puppy. Payments may be made by U.S. Postal Money Order, Cashier's Check, PayPal or cash in person. We will place pups on hold for
5 business days for money orders and cashier's checks to arrive. If no deposit is received after 5 days, the puppy will be placed back up for sale.
Once the deposit is received your pup will be marked as
reserved and the remaining balance on your puppy is due by the time the puppy is 6 weeks old. Deposits are non-refundable. If you decide, for whatever reason, that you do not want or cannot take your puppy you forfeit your deposit. If full payment is not made by the time the puppy is 6 weeks of age, you forfeit the puppy and your deposit and the pup will be placed back up for sale unless other written arrangements are made
with Anderson Bulldogges.
Puppies will be ready to leave at 8 weeks of age. Pups must be picked up by 9 weeks of age. If buyer fails to pick up their puppy by 9 weeks of age, a $100 per week boarding fee along with any other expenses incurred (veterinarian checks, vaccinations) will be charged to the buyer. These additional fees incurred must be paid prior to the buyer receiving the puppy. If buyer fails to arrange a pick up date by the time the puppy is 12 weeks of age, the buyer forfeits the puppy and all payments made up to that point unless other written arrangements are made with Anderson Bulldogges. No puppy will leave Anderson Bulldogges until full payment is cleared through the bank if paying with a money order or cashier's check. Shipping is not available; puppies must be picked up in person.
All puppies sold will be current on all shots and dewormings and come with a 1 year written health guarantee. In an attempt to make sure our puppies are placed into suitable homes, we require that you contact us to discuss what you are looking for in a bulldogge puppy. We sell all of our puppies as pets and do our best to ensure that they all get loving homes as family companions.
Click the link below to access our purchase agreement. This purchase agreement must be printed out, signed and returned to Anderson Bulldogges before puppy can leave.
Anderson Bulldogges Purchase Agreement
ARE YOU READY TO COMMIT TO A NEW PUPPY?
The decision to add a puppy to your family should not be taken lightly. Puppies require a lot of time and attention in socialization and training. Bulldogges make wonderful family companions. They are intelligent and easy to train, but as with any dog, they require that the owner put in the time to teach them how to be a well-mannered member of the family. Bulldogges are very devoted to their families and thrive in homes where they are given plenty of time, attention, training and socialization. We highly recommend obedience classes for all of our new puppy owners. We strive to find loving, forever homes for all of our puppies and we know that proper training and socialization is essential to the puppy living a happy and well-balanced life as a member of your family. A misbehaved dog is frustrating and leads to an unhealthy relationship between the owner and the dog. Many dogs are given up because the owner believes that the dog is causing too many problems. This is unfair to the dog because most problems exist due to the irresponsibility of the owner as they fail to provide a well-structured environment and proper training to the dog. Bulldogges are a 10 plus year commitment on average and they will depend on you to meet their needs for their entire life. Please be certain that you are ready to commit to the ownership of an Anderson Bulldogge puppy before adding one. We do not want any of our puppies to end up in an animal shelter. We will take any puppy back at any time if buyer is unable to keep the puppy, no refund implied.
important articles to read before purchasing a bulldogge puppy
Olde English Bulldogge Training
Are Bulldogges Good With Children?
Dog Owner Responsibilities
The Cost of Owning A Dog
The Importance Of Obedience Training
Dealing With The Dominant Dog
Why Did My Dog Do That?
How To Be A Responsible Dog Owner
Stay Connected To Anderson Bulldogges