Upper Black Eddy, Pa 18972

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Updated June 11, 2014

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Please check back with us late August/September for updates on Sabina's next litter.
The website will be updated when she goes into heat.

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Updated June 8, 2014

Belle has already been adopted.



Updated May 8, 2014

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Updated April 28, 2014

Sabina had her puppies this morning.
Two boys and one girl.
Everyone is doing well.
Photos will be posted shortly.

Updated April 11, 2014

Hello everyone. Just want to let you know that I am breeding again.
Sabina was inseminated on February 24th and her ultrasound shows at least four pups.
She is due on April 28th and I will begin to take deposits on April 30th.
If you are interested please contact me as soon as possible.
Please email your interest as well as your preference Male or Female.
Potential puppy owners will be contacted in the order of their submissions.

Dam:
Sabina

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Sabina

Sire:
Marcus

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www.EmpireBulldog.com







Our Dogs

Dam:
Daisey May D'Agostino

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Daisey May

Sire:
Rocco Thomaso D'Agostino

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Rocco

Gina Lola Bridgeta D'Agostino

"Gee-Gee"

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Gee-Gee is a product of Daisey and Rocco,
their first born.

My name is Donnamarie D'Agostino originally from New York City; I now reside in Bucks County Pennsylvania. Breeding Bulldogs is a hobby and a passion of mine. It all started when I was fortunate enough to connect with Lynn Smith, a breeder from New Hope. Lynn had a female bulldog with special needs-she was born with one kidney. Lynn did not want to place her in a family with children because she knew her lifespan would be shortened. She placed her with me and I made sure she was given the utmost care and unconditional love. Bailey lived a very happy but, unfortunately, short life, she passed away three months short of her third birthday. I loved Bailey very much and fell in love with the breed.

While Bailey was being cared for in her final days I made a connection with another bulldog breeder from Delran, New Jersey. Completely devastated by Bailey's passing, three weeks later I reconnected with the breeder, who had eight-week-old puppies. She had a litter of six and one female available. Having a very difficult time missing my baby I made a decision to share my heart with Daisey May. Daisey, very different from Bailey, is special in her own way. I started learning as much about the breed, going to dog shows and educating myself on breeding. I made a decision to find a quality champion bloodline companion and mate for Daisey. I connected with Karony Borger of Alpine Bullies located in Hellertown, Pa. and was very pleased to meet her, her dam Lucy and sire Dozer. They had three-week-old puppies at the time and I had first pick. I selected Rocco who looks like his daddy and turned out to be very cute, very handsome and as sweet as can be!

Rocco and Daisey

The Happy Couple

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Rocco and Daisey were married on April 21, 2007 and had their first litter on June 26, 2007. Their first litter blessed us with twins, a male and a female, Gino and Gina. Daisey is a great mom and Rocco is a great daddy. After going through the entire birthing process from start to send off I just knew that I wanted to continue to breed in the future. Although it's a tremendous amount of work and time consuming I truly love every second of it!

Daisey and Rocco gave birth to five males and two females on July 26, 2008 (Bailey's birthdate). If I thought I was busy before... They are all beautiful and all look like their mommy.

Previous Litters:

Our First Litter

Gino and Gina

Newborn Photo

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Ten Week Photo

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Our Second Litter

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Our Third Litter


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Sabina Cervone-D'Agostino

February 8, 2010, 5:18pm

11.3 oz.

I am with Daisey while her c-section is being performed and am hands on for the entire process. Our puppies are raised in my home and handled with the best of care. I care for them around the clock and I am fortunate to have excellent veterinary care. My vet, Dr. Rossi of North Penn Animal Hospital in Lansdale is superb as is his caring staff (I highly recommend him/them). By the tenth week of their lives the puppies are ready to be placed in their new homes. This is the best time for them to be introduced to their new families. Although I do work with potty training and crate training moving to a new environment will always require additional training to ensure a well behaved adult.

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Potential Owner Information:

It is important that you are educated on the breed. This is a very special breed that takes a certain commitment, as does any new pet. Bulldogs love to be around people and certainly need adequate attention. It is important that you are responsible to commit to a daily maintenance routine. It is important to me that our babies are very well taken care of, have the proper environment including a safe yard area and receive a generous amount of love and attention. Although most see this as a "lazy breed," exercise is important for any well-balanced dog (suggested reading: "Cesar's Way" by Cesar Millan).

Payment Policy:

After a thorough interview of all potential puppy owners, once approved, a minimum deposit of $500.00 is required to reserve your puppy. Balance must be paid in full by the time you pick up your puppy with cash, a bank certified check or cashier check.

In addition to a great puppy package I am available anytime to answer any questions or concerns that you may have.