Welcome to Gunslinger Bulldogs!
We are Andrew and Susan Rohringer.  We relocated from Southern California and now reside in Colorado.  We show English Bulldogs in AKC-approved conformation shows.  Our focus is on health, temperament and structure.  In addition to having structurally sound dogs, a heavy emphasis is placed on the mental well-being of our dogs. We strive to make sure they are well socialized and physically and mentally fit, which ultimately makes for a better performance in the ring.

We have been members of two California Bulldog clubs, the Bulldog Club of Greater San Diego and the Pacific Coast Bulldog Club, as well as the national parent organization The Bulldog Club of America (BCA). 

Susan has held positions on the BCGSD Board as both a Board Member at Large and as Secretary, and was the Show Chair for their Annual Specialty show from 2012 - 2015.  She has also served on the BCA Division 3 board as a Councilor from 2014 - 2016, and was voted Division 3 Vice President for the 2016-2017 term.  In addition, she sits on two BCA National committees. 

Please feel free to contact us with any questions you may have.
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Effective August 31, 2016, the Bulldog Club of America changed the Written Standard and made non-standard colors and Blue/Green eyes a DISQUALIFICATION.

The Official Statement from the BCA concerning black, black/white, black/tan, tri-color, merle and dilute colors, i.e. blue, lilac, chocolate-liver-seal, as approved by the BCA Executive Committee on February 26, 2014:
"The Bulldog Club of America, in keeping with its stated goal of protecting and preserving the official standard, does not condone the breeding of or promotion of colors that are not mentioned in the standard, and/ or that are described
therein as “undesirable”.

Please click on the following article to learn why this change was necessary.
Why Change The Standard