Our family exclusively breeds French Bulldogs which are raised and live with us, a family member or one of our Guardian Homes. Our dogs and puppies are well socialized.
These unique and wonderful dogs are a very important part of our home and life. Our frenchies are raised by us, our babies are handled daily so they are well socialized for a seamless transition to their forever homes. There is no aspect of it we do not take part in everything from the breeding, we are present during the C-section(we have an amazing vet), and we are hands on with them daily. Our puppies are used to kids, kaos, lots of noise and cats. Anyone who has one of our puppies will tell you that they are well socialized and full of personality.
We breed for quality, and strive for healthy French Bulldogs, therefore all of the dogs in our program are health tested prior to breeding.
☆We are a Registered Breeder in Good standing with Canadian Kennel Club
Please be aware that there are a lot of brokers & puppy mills selling these wonderful little guys. So PLEASE DO YOUR HOMEWORK! Ask to see the parents, where they are housed and DO NOT meet at a gas stations, stores, parking lots etc. to purchase a baby. Go to the breeders home! Puppies should never be rehomed before 8 weeks of age.
What I offer with every puppy:
☆ CKC Limited Registration (Non-Breeding) Certificate
☆ Up to date vaccinations for age of puppy
☆ 3 x de-worming
☆ Veterinarian check to ensure overall health
☆ Health record
☆ 6 week pet insurance
☆ health guarantee
☆ puppy pack with food, vitamins, scented blanket and toys
☆ ongoing breeder support
Thanks for looking at our babies, we look forward to hearing from you soon.
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The French Bulldog
The French Bulldog originated in 19th Century Nottingham, England, where lace makers decided to make a smaller, miniature, lap version of the English Bulldog that was referred to as a "toy" bulldog. In the 1860s, when the Industrial Revolution drove the craftsmen to France, they took their dogs with them. The toy bulldogs became popular in France and were given the name the "French Bulldog." The breed eventually made its way back to England for dog shows. The Brits were not happy with the name "French" given to a dog that was originally from England, however the name "French Bulldog" stuck.