The English bulldog has struggling birth. They are EXTREMELY hard and expensive to breed. A bulldog minimum has 3 or 4 puppies in a litter. Normally smaller size dog breeds may produce 1 or 2 puppies in a litter, but the largest breeds have well known as many as 12 puppies more like 8 or 10.
Also, it depends on the female bulldog’s breed and condition if she is being to proven stud, most of the time they were bred and whether it’s natural breeding.
The pet parents must be scheduled with his veterinary. Because Their heads are too big and their body shape is different so that it’s too difficult giving birth by the birth canal. That’s why unassisted birth is not possible.