We of Bulls of Crown have started since 1999 with the breeding (hobby) of AMERICAN BULLDOGGEN and since 2006 FRENCH BULLDOGS (only with parents who have been tested for hereditary defects)

After almost 20 years we stopped breeding the American Bulldog and we now fully focus on breeding the healthy French Bulldog.

The adult American Bulldogs stay with us and help to socialize the French Bulldog puppies.

About us

We are animal lovers in heart and soul and breeding dogs which started in 1999 is a hobby and will always remain a hobby.

We don’t breed to make a lot of money, but because we enjoy it, it remains endearing and beautiful to experience everything around the pregnancy, delivery and growing up of the pups.

I Edwin have always had a good job in the Netherlands but most of the money went to the dogs. (We had good experienced help in the Netherlands)

We moved to Hungary because of the illness of my wife Daphne (space, rest, nature)

Daphne has medicines that she has to take her whole life, without them she can’t live.

Because of this, a lot of work always ended up on my shoulders but since we live in Hungary there is a lot more rest in our live. The dogs live in a paradise and we enjoy that a lot. This is a dream of every dog.

*** We have our own monthly income so we don’t live off the dogs ***

If you want to breed healthy, it is an expensive hobby with happiness and sadness. The time that goes into it’s  unaffordable. But it is an addiction. If you see the mother with the puppies in the whelping box you will be overwhelmed with happiness.

Of course everyone is welcome in Hungary, we will proudly show our four-legged friends.

General information

All our dogs are in possession of a DNA certificate and are NOT carriers of the sick colors like blue and Merle !!!!

All our French Bulldogs are in possession of a recognized worldwide FCi pedigree!!! (more info  about officially recognized pedigrees and fake pedigrees Click Here)

With the American Bulldogs we have achieved our goal through strict selection in terms of “health” and “type”, but that has also taken many years.

With French Bulldogs we have made giant steps, but we aren’t there yet and it will take us many years to achieve our goal.

We breeding 2 to 3 litters French Bulldogs a year. We do this with a lot of love! Our dogs are part of our family.

Our French Bulldogs are real house dogs who like to lie in front of the stove in winter, and on our lap but in good weather they like to be outside and enjoy the sun or lying in the pool. They have 1000 square meters where they can romp about and enough toys to play with.

Our French Bulldogs don’t live in kennels but all cozy together at home. Only with the exception when the females are in  heat then we separate the male and female but we exchange them regularly. And they get a tasty bone in the bench and they’re happy with it. We also have only 1 kennel in house.

Through the years we have gained a lot of experience and build up a worldwide reputation on the field of health and trustworthiness.

We have sold puppies to Argentina, Finland, Belgium, Germany, Canada, Sweden, United States, South Africa, and the Netherlands.

In 2011 we bought a farm in Hungary, where we started living permanently in February 2014!

Exporting pups to the Netherlands in no problem, but there will be a compensation. For extensive information, look at “export pups

Hereditary defects

There are various hereditary defects in each breed, but different tests have to be invented that are suitable for the French Bulldog and that and that takes a lot of time. But fortunately, more and more tests have been developed in recent years with which you can test the French bulldog for miscellaneous hereditary defects.  You can test the French Bulldogs by means of DNA (among other things with cheek slime) so that you know which healthy combinations you can make. More information can be found under “Health / Hereditary disorders” click here

R.I.P Titan and Odessa have been fully tested including X-rays of the back (DNA testing for hereditary defects didn’t exist yet)

Lanzilo, Chaya, Ezra en Inca have been fully tested including DNA (cheek slime) on hereditary defects. Here you can see on which hereditary defects we test our French Bulldogs. click here

About the development of our healthy French Bulldog bloodline that we have been working on for 12 years:


Our first French Bulldog was R.I.P Banette, a female with a sweet affectionate character, we had her imported from a breeder from France, she came to us by a friend of ours who lived in France, but we have never planned to breed. Banette became only 2 years old due to a paralysis in her back / neck. We never blamed the breeder, she was well built, longer in the back, she had no breathing problems and she had a lot of energy. In addition, she was really very sweet, she was really a great loss … Click here for more information.


Our 2nd French Bulldog R.I.P Titan we have imported him from Slovakia, an excellent male with a super breathing despite its short muzzle and he had a awesome stubborn character. Titan has been fully tested in Sleeuwijk including X-rays of his back with super healthy results and excellent for breeding. Unfortunately Titan had a downside and that was that he always wanted to be in control of the males inside the house but but if we went for a walk he could play with all the males without any problems (even strange males) When our oldest American Bulldog male was alive there was nothing wrong, but when he died, Titan wanted to become the leader and that eventually became fatal to him. Click here for more information.


Our 3rd French Bulldog R.I.P Odessa we had imported from Spain from a very good breeder, a beautiful female with a super character and breathing. Odessa is also fully tested in Sleeuwijk including X-rays of her back with healthy results and excellent for breeding. Odessa has put one beautiful litter on the world from which our bashiri was born. When Odessa was pregnant with her second litter we noticed that she was not okay, she was in pain and flew regularly from nowhere howling through the room. We went to various vets and nobody could tell us what was going on because at that moment “the attacks were gone”Odessa died 5 days before the puppies would be born. The autopsy report showed that Odessa died of a rare form of meningitis. this this sort was incurable! Click here for more information.


Our 4th French Bulldog R.I.P Tétisz we imported her from Hungary with  help of a befriended American Bulldog breeder. (afterwards it turned out that he did it only for the money that he earn to import dogs from eastern countries) Tétisz came to us with medicines (now a pup can have a cold and if a breeder is honest about that we understand that)  Tétisz was a very sweet and affectionate French Bulldog. But despite the medicine she got, she remained sick that we bought a coat for her. She was so stuffy that she suddenly turned blue, really scary and how older the worse, we had to put her in to sleep at 2 years of age due to respiratory problems and paralysis. Click here for more information


Our 5th French Bulldog Lanzilo we imported from Taiwan with the reason that it is always so hot is in Taiwan and they all play together outside in the heat so they must then have a good breathing and this choice was great! Lanzilo has become a great beautiful healthy male. Lanzilo is also fully tested in Sleeuwijk including X-rays of his back with excellent healthy results and we have also received compliments that we have such a male who is so well healthy built. Click here for more information


Our 6th French Bulldog Norris we imported from Ukraine, a beautiful, very sweet male with an affectionate character. Unfortunately Norris got problems with his eyes at a young age, we were regularly at the vet for medication because he kept his eyes closed, filled with pus. They already had a suspicion that he had entropion on both eyes (an inherited eye disease) In the case of entropion, the eyelid margin is curled to a greater or lesser extent, so they can become blind because the eyeball can be damaged by the little hairs. It is best to to wait until the dog is mature. We finally had his eyes let operate and corrected and Norris became immediately castrated. We also found out that his pedigree was not correct, the parents on the pedigree were not his original parents. Norris was eventually replaced by very nice people. He has a very good life!


On our website you will also see Ezra who is bred by us and she have good health results and are approved for breeding, even though her hip could have been better, but in combination with a male with free hips she is very suitable for breeding. Click here for more information.

Bashiri en Chaya

Bashiri and Chaya (mother and daughter) who are “retired dogs” are also bred by us. Bashiri is due to circumstances only tested on her hips, Patella Luxation and breathing and not officially on her back.

Her daughter Chaya has been fully tested in Sleeuwijk including X-rays of her back with very healthy results and excellent for breeding.


Inca a beautifully built and sweet mischievous female that meets all our requirements. Inca is bred by us and has super good health results on all fronts and she is very suitable for breeding. Click here for more information.


Quinticha is a female with a long nose and open nostrils and comes from Belgium and her father is our beautiful male Lanzilo. We are very satisfied with her health results. Due to circumstances she is excluded from breeding and immediately sterilized after her birth. For more information Click here