Bulldog Club of America

No One Knows Bulldogs Like

The Bulldog Club of America

The Official akc National Breed Club 

Want to connect with other people who love this breed as much as you do? We have plenty of opportunities to get involved in your local community, thanks to our Breed Clubs located in every state, and our BCARN Rescue Network that reaches across the country.


How to find a Puppy?  Carefully choose your Breeder.

  The Bulldog Club of America’s (“BCA”) On-Line Breeder Referral Program is an opt-in member privilege created to assist potential Bulldog puppy owners in making contact with BCA members in good standing who agree to follow BCA’s Breeder Code of Ethics.  The BCA strongly recommends that all representations, promises, statements, warranties and guarantees made by either party be in writing and signed by both parties.  Links to breeders in different states can be found by clicking HERE.

Breeder in the Spotlight

Arkport, NY  - Links to breeders in different states can be found by clicking HERE.

Breeder Contact Information Breeder Services Breeder Background Information
Christine Larnard
Phone Number: 607-382-4800

Puppies Occasionally
Adult Occasionally


Conducts Health Testing
Club: CT & NE

2018 National Show Week Judging Program is Available!


Bulldog Show

Top 20 Plus

Host a specialty

2018 Bulldog Nationals Logo


Health Testing

Health Testing Clinic


**Top 20 Plus Qualifying Period now to be one year.  2019 begins September 1, 2018 - August 31, 2019**


Bulldogs: Just do it ALL!

A nice little Q for Georgie to start the weekend!

Posted by Susan Zeek Reighard on Friday, September 14, 2018


How National Breed Clubs Can Influence Local Laws


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BCA Statement on
Bulldog Health
Healthy Bulldogs


American Veterinary Medical Association Statement on Inherited Disorders in
Responsible Breeding of Companion Animals:

To maximize the health and welfare of companion animals, the AVMA supports research in genetic and inherited disorders to better educate the profession and breeders on identifying and minimizing inherited disorders in companion animal breeding programs. 



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