English Bulldog puppies are not an easy breed to raise. English Bulldog puppies are born via C-section and must receive around the clock care for the first three weeks of life. Our English Bulldog puppies are often bottle fed since some mothers have no milk. The Mommas of English Bulldog puppies will often lay on their puppies while nursing so they have to be watched carefully at all times. By providing the proper food, medical care, and vaccinations up until 8 weeks old, the English Bulldog breeder invests a lot of time and money in the litter. If you add the cost of stud service, shipping the semen, etc. it gets quite expensive. If you want healthy well-bred English Bulldog puppies, properly socialized, and given vaccines on scheduled intervals, then do NOT try to find the cheapest puppies possible. You may end up spending more on vet bills than you paid for the English Bulldog puppies.