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Eddies Frenchie’s Bulldog, Strives to create excellent, well tempered frenchies in every litter. Comfortable in mind for our loving show homes and raising them to be model citizens for our pets homes.
BREEDING SINCE 2010. A veterinarian base Study. We began raising French Bulldog puppies in 2011. I primarily have blue fawn, blue brindle, blue, and blue and tan Frenchies. Occasionally , I will also have fawn or chocolate puppies. All my puppies are raised in my home, with small children to socialize them. My puppies will come up to date on vaccines, and if needed, can be shipped with a puppy nanny to your closest airport. It is my goal to produce happy healthy puppies, that will provide joy and happiness to their new families.
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If You’re Looking For A Sweet And Intelligent Breed, Then French Bulldogs Is A Great Fit.
Like most crossbreeds, the personality of a Sheepadoodle depends on the parents and how they have been bred and reared. Typically, French Bulldogs are wonderful family dogs that love attention and children even more. They’re exceptionally playful and sweet, and they enjoy the company of other dogs and their families.
Why Choose Us
I will accept a deposit to hold a puppy and the balance is due when the puppy is 8 weeks old and ready to go home. No puppy goes home that is not paid for in full. Thanks for your understanding!
Some Quick Facts
1. FRENCH BULLDOGS HAVE ROOTS IN ENGLAND.
The French bulldog’s origins are murky, but most sources trace their roots to English bulldogs. Lace makers in England were drawn to the toy version of the dog and would use the smaller pups as lap warmers while they worked. When the lace industry moved to France, they took their dogs with them. There, the English bulldogs probably bred with terriers to create bouledogues français, or French bulldogs.
2. THEY WERE BRED TO BE GREAT COMPANIONS.
Frenchies are affectionate, friendly dogs that were bred to be companions. Although they’re somewhat slow to be housebroken, they get along well with other dogs and aren’t big barkers. The dogs don’t need much exercise, so they are fine in small areas and enjoy the safety of a crate.
3. THEY CAN’T SWIM.
As a result of their squat frame and bulbous head, French bulldogs can’t swim, so pool owners should keep a watchful eye on their pups. Keep in mind that if you plan a beach vacation, your furry friend might feel a little left out.
4. FLYING IS A PROBLEM FOR THEM, TOO.
French Bulldogs are a brachycephalic breed, meaning they have shorter snouts than other dogs. These pushed-in faces can lead to a variety of breathing problems. This facial structure, coupled with high stress and uncomfortably warm temperatures, can lead to fatal situations for dogs with smaller snouts. Many breeds like bulldogs and pugs have perished while flying, so as a result, many airlines have banned them.
Luckily there are special airlines just for pets, like Pet Jets. These companies will transport dogs with special needs on their own flights separate from their owners. There’s a human on board to take care of any pups that get sick or panic.
5. THEY MAKE GREAT BABYSITTERS.
When a baby orangutan named Malone was abandoned by his mother, the Twycross Zoo in England didn’t know if he would make it. Luckily, a 9-year-old French bulldog named Bugsy stepped in and took care of the little guy. The pair became fast friends and would even fall asleep together. When Malone was big enough, he joined the other orangutans at the zoo.
6. THEY’RE SENSITIVE TO CRITICISM.
Frenchies are very sensitive, so they do not take criticism lightly. If you scold a French bulldog, it might take it very seriously and mope around the house. French bulldogs respond better to positive reinforcement and encouragement.
7. THEY’RE A TALKATIVE BREED.
French bulldogs might not bark much, but they do like to “talk.” Using a complex system of yawns, yips, and gargles, the dogs can convey the illusion of their own language. Sometimes they will even sing along with you in the car.
8. THEY HAVE TWO STYLES OF EARS.
Originally, French bulldogs had rose-shaped ears, similar to their larger relative, the English bulldog. English breeders much preferred the shape, but American breeders liked the unique bat ears.
9. MOST FRENCH BULLDOGS ARE BORN THROUGH ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION.
Due to their unusual proportions, the dogs have a little trouble copulating. Males have a hard time reaching the females, and they often get overheated and exhausted when trying to get things going. As a result, a large majority of French bulldogs are created through artificial insemination. While this measure makes each litter of pups more expensive, it also allows breeders to check for potential problems during the process.
French bulldogs often also have problems giving birth, so many must undergo a C-section. The operation ensures the dog will not have to weather too much stress and prevents future health complications.
10. CELEBRITIES LOVE FRENCHIES.
Frenchies make plenty of appearances in the tabloids. Celebrities like Lady Gaga, Hugh Jackman, and The Rock have all been seen frolicking with their French bulldogs. Even Leonardo DiCaprio has one—aptly named Django. Hugh Jackman’s Frenchie is named Dali, after the way the dog’s mouth curls like the famous artist’s mustache.
Available French Bulldog Puppies
Frenchies are my passion, Our family members and my business.
It is your responsibility to care for this puppy. Please have your puppy checked over by your vet within the first week. If something comes up, let us know. You can return your puppy within seven days, and we will fully reimburse you with your puppy purchase price. After that time, you may return the puppy to us at your cost, but we cannot refund you. We will find a new family for your dog/puppy. If you ever need to rehome your pup, you must return it to our home.
We feed our puppies good quality food. We recommend 4 Strong Paws Puppy Food or Royal Canin or other similar quality name brands. Buyer is responsible for feeding quality dog food. Cheap dog food does not give puppy proper nutrition so look for good reviews and quality name brands.
We encourage our puppies to go on NuVet Vitamins to promote a healthy start to their growing bodies. This is a boost that helps bring them through their first few years.
We do not dock our puppies tails. We do not microchip our puppies. We leave that up to each individual to decide with their own vet.
It is your responsibility to care for and train your new puppy. We strongly recommend enrolling in a puppy class. You can watch lots of fun videos on YouTube about puppy training. Look under our Links page for some starters. Your puppy becomes what you make it!
Our aim is to produce quality pups to loving and caring owners. We trust you will love and cherish your new addition as we pass on this precious puppy gift from our family to you!