KY HillBullies Available Puppies
Available English Bull Terrier Puppies
At KY HillBullies we pride ourselves on selling Bull Terrier Puppies of the highest standards for health, temperament, and conformation.
Sorry No Puppies Available at this Time
Bull Terrier Puppy prices are $1600 and a $200 deposit is required to be added to the puppy waiting list, proving you are committed to purchasing a puppy from us. Only the people that put down a $200 deposit will be added to the list. Deposits will be accepted after a litter is born. This list is posted on the puppy waiting list page.
A puppy purchase application must also be filled out prior to putting a deposit down, and the balance of the bull terrier puppy you choose will be $1400. We must contact you before you send a deposit. Deposits are refundable if you change your mind and wish to be taken off of the puppy waiting list, unless you have already chosen a puppy from a current litter and the puppy reaches four weeks old at which time deposits are non-refundable.
Deposits can also be transferred from any litter to another at any time. Only people with a deposit down will have first choice of current puppies, based on first come first picks. A spreadsheet is on the puppy waiting list page depicting the order that the deposits were received. Please only fill out the puppy purchase application if you plan to put a $200 deposit down on current available puppies, but remember to let us contact you first.
KY HillBullies will have a few litters of bull terrier puppies to sell this year to qualifying homes. We socialize our bull terrier puppies at an early age and begin "puppy pad" training at three to four weeks of age.
All of KY HillBullies Puppies Include:
FULL AKC REGISTRATION! New owners must fill out the new owner section and mail to the AKC for the AKC registration certificate. It is highly recommended to do this ASAP because there is only 1 for each puppy! New owners are responsible for mailing in the registration paper and any AKC registration fees.
AKC Puppy Pack.
1 Year Health Guarantee Against Any Genetic Disorder.
Vet Examinations & Records with vet's name, address & phone number.
1st Shots at 6 weeks of age.
De-Worming at 2, 4, & 6 weeks of age.
KY HillBullies Tote Bag.
KY HillBullies Handbook 1st Edition.
USB 3.0 - 8GB Flash Drive with all of your puppy's pictures & videos.
Chew Toys, sample food, etc.
MICROCHIP with PREPAID LIFETIME MEMBERSHIP in AKC's - Companion Animal Recovery (CAR) - Microchip comes in sterile syringe with paperwork & microchip must be injected by your vet at your cost. The prepaid lifetime membership paper must be filled out and mailed in by you. Remember it is prepaid and will only cost you a stamp.
The full purchase price of KY HillBullies AKC Bull Terrier Puppies is $1600 not including shipping. Visit the puppy purchase information page for details.
A puppy purchase application must be filled out prior to purchasing a puppy or putting a deposit down to get on the waiting list. A $200 deposit is required to get on the waiting list for future puppies.
PayPal payments are accepted, but 4 percent extra will be added to cover PayPal fees. Credit cards are also accepted through PayPal, and you do not have to have a PayPal account to pay through PayPal. PayPal Payments can be made through the invoice sent from KY HillBullies - AKC Bull Terriers. If you wish to pay with PayPal you must let us know and wait for the invoice. PayPal fees are non refundable (4%). Other forms of payments accepted are Cash or Cashier's Check. PayPal, the easy way to pay.
Pictures of Last Litter
Fontana's Puppies Born 02/22/15 Below - All SOLD!
Solid White - (Blue) - Kentucky
Fawn & White - (LUCCA) - Florida
Red Eye Patch - (AXLE) - Ohio
Tri-Color Female - Arizona
Fontana & Puppies born 02/22/15
Fontana & Captain Bruno's Litter @ 6 weeks
When we get another available litter, then please click here to submit a puppy purchase application. We do not accept deposits until we have a litter for sale.
We are not accepting deposits at this time.
A Bull Terrier Puppy's First Night
at His New Home
Pet owners enjoy the excitement of bringing home a new bull terrier puppy, admiring the youth and vigor that it instantly brings to the household. To help you and your new puppy adjust to the first few nights, here are a few things to consider:
A bull terrier puppy's sleeping quarters should provide sufficient space to include a dog bed or blankets, and a noiseless toy or two for entertainment. A kennel or crate is often a good choice. Where the puppy's sleeping quarters is placed will greatly influence how well it sleeps. It is best to place the bull terrier puppy in a quiet area.
Two good items to have with your new bull terrier puppy include a hot-water bottle and a clock. A hot-water bottle wrapped in a blanket or towel and placed within the puppy's bedding simulates the heat generated from the mother or litter-mates. A clock also kept close by further soothes the restless puppy by simulating a heartbeat.
A couple of hours before bed allow your new bull terrier puppy to experience a lot of play. About an hour before bedtime let the puppy calm down. Sleep comes more easily after being exhausted by play. Do not allow the puppy to sleep too much in the hours prior to putting it to bed or it will simply be restless.
Patience is the key to training a new bull terrier puppy. With patience and love, you can begin developing a life-long bond with your new family member.
The Advantages of the Microchip
Every Bull Terrier owner wants to keep his or her beloved canine as safe as possible. You do everything you can do to make sure your dog is well cared for and healthy. If you have an indoor dog, you may not think that keeping identification tags is important, but it is. Placing a collar with an identification tag is important, but collars sometimes become lost. When you consider the fact that many animal shelters only keep dogs for seven days, you want to make sure that your Bull Terrier is properly identified. That is where the microchip comes in handy. The microchip is the newest way to identify lost dogs and helps ensure that your lost pooch finds his or her way back home.
The technology of the microchip has become so popular that most animal clinics and animal shelters have the ability to scan a dog for microchip identification. If you opt for the microchip, you should know that it is a painless procedure for your dog. Your vet will insert a tiny microchip about the size of a grain of rice directly under your dog’s skin using a hypodermic needle. The microchip is usually placed behind the neck. The microchip contains special digital number that has been entered on a national microchip database. That information will give the person your contact information. When your pet is lost, a veterinarian or animal shelter can use a special scanner to retrieve the microchip information. It is that easy.
Dog owners love the idea of the microchip because it is permanent. You cannot remove the microchip and unlike a collar or tags, it cannot be lost or destroyed. This is one of the best features of the microchip, especially for Bull Terriers.
There are a few important things to remember about microchips. First, if your dog gets lost, you should never just sit back and wait for a call, even if your dog has a microchip. Not all veterinarians and shelters are equipped with this technology. You need to take the time to call around and place “lost pet” flyers around your neighborhood. In addition, you need to make sure you take the time to update your contact information should you move. It does little to no good to have your pet implanted with the microchip if the information on the national database is incorrect. Your veterinarian can give you information on how to update this information.
It is important to get your dog implanted with the microchip at a young age. Bull Terrier Puppies can have the microchip at age six weeks. Even small breeds of dogs can handle this procedure. The insertion of the microchip is not painful and feels like a regular vaccination shot. You can have your pet implanted with the microchip at your veterinarian office.
If you have never owned a bull terrier before, please research the breed prior to buying. We have tried to provide you with some information on our website. Please visit our pages "About the Bull Terrier" - “The Dog Blog” - “Videos” - “Links” for more information on the Bull Terrier