To save money when buying Bull Terrier puppies, consider adopting from local animal shelters or rescue groups. Many rescues and shelters offer Bull Terrier and other pit bull type dogs for free. Some breed-specific rescues may also discount or waive the fees of Bull Terriers. If you want a new puppy but are low on budget, you may try asking reputable Bull Terrier breeders if they have puppies that can be bought for an affordable fee.Continue Reading
Due to the bad rap on Bull Terrier dogs, many shelters and rescue groups discount and even waive the adoption fees of Bull Terriers and other dog breeds that fall into the pit bull category. The Halo Animal Rescue, for example, waives the adoption fees of bully breeds and their mixes that are over 6 months old. If you consider that adoptable dogs from shelters and rescues have already been neutered/spayed, microchipped and vaccinated, getting a free one may be more practical compared with buying a new puppy from a pet shop or a breeder.
If you do not want to adopt a rescued Bull Terrier, you may inquire at reputable breeders and ask if they have a Bull Terrier that can be bought for a lower price. Some breeders may have one or two puppies that do not meet the standards of the breed and would naturally cost less. Just make sure that the puppy is healthy and has no medical conditions before buying and taking it home.Learn more about Dogs