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PRICING VARIES: $3500 – $5500 for STANDARD colors. BLUE, BLUE FAWN, MERLE and LILAC BLUE/GREEN EYES varieties $5000+. Current Fluffy carriers range $4000-$8500
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HOW TO BUY A French Bulldog PUPPY or NOT!
Here is how it works: We don’t take a deposit from just anyone. You can’t buy yourself a puppy just buy putting money down. Either we meet face to face or we use facetime for buyers too far away to visit and only after meeting will we consider a deposit to HOLD A PUP FOR YOU. This decision is not made lightly by us or by you. There is no changing your mind after committing to your puppy. Typically the day comes when the litter is ready to go. Only then do people come and meet and greet the pups, or via FACETIME, and only then can you decide to choose a puppy of the current litter only. Sometimes people are not ready or the color they prefer is not available. By having made the effort to meet me this puts you in a way to the front of the line. If you are a good communicator you can then be first to choose a pup from the next litter. If you do give a DEPOSIT, it is NON REFUNDABLE. The deposit for a puppy can be transferred to another puppy in exceptional cases, such as a sudden illness, but it is not refundable. Once you choose a puppy, we inform other potential buyers that this puppy is no longer available. Your deposit ensures that no one else can purchase your chosen puppy. In certain situations, if there’s a need to swap genders due to compatibility issues with another dog, the deposit may be transferred at my discretion. DON’T MAKE THE DECISION to buy a puppy lightly please. Again, YOUR DEPOSIT IS NON REFUNDABLE.
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Submissive French Bulldog Temperaments Grace the NATURE of OUR PUPPIES.
These PUPS are the kind of french bulldog puppies we hope for. Submissive temperament and joyful spirit. We won’t breed an adult that is dominant tempered. We hate dogs that fight so take this very serious. The frenchies you find in rescues are often there because they can’t get along with other dogs.
Nature wise all our pups are submissive. None are aggressive in a group scenario with other pups. There is no quarreling over food. This is an ideal sign especially if you are considering one of these dogs as a companion to another dog. A submissive will never fight another dog. It is the ideal temperament. Come and meet her in person to FEEL her gentleness. Be careful. You might fall in love.
PAST PUPPIES these are SOLD
LOGAN clones have been born!!
LOGAN: Father of our BABIES
To see him in person is to want his babies!
OUR KENNEL Environment
No crates or cages!
Crate Training vs Pee Pads vs Fake Grass for housebreaking your French Bulldog Puppy
I don’t believe in cages and crates other than to remove the door and create a SAFE PLACE for the dog to hang out in. All of our dog beds are positioned under the furniture. For the same reason, dogs have a cave dwelling temperament. They like huddling in dark cubby holes. I suggest giving your dog his toys and his bones in such a space if you want to have a crate around. Or, don’t have a crate and offer up the toys and chew items and watch how creative your baby will get with placement of his “stuff”. Costco is the best buy these and many other pet items. Bully sticks are one of my favorite chew toys. Costco offers then for 1/10th the price of anywhere else.
We teach our puppies to use PEE PEE PADS starting at 3 weeks when they can barely walk. Previously, the pen only had blankets and cuddle spots, but now it’s expanded with half of the area covered by pee pads. The concept of crating a dog to prevent bathroom accidents is outdated. My method, which avoids this, is effective. For example, a four-month-old puppy in my care can go up and down the stairs to use the pee pads at the bottom during the night. I can accomplish this feat after only a few days of offering a reward for doing it. They are a natural to pee pads. I begin the process by having them in abundance around the perimeter of the room. As days pass you will notice a fondness for a place over and over . This is when you gradually start to remove excess pads.
Lately I discovered a wonderful alternative to keeping pads around at all. I use fake grass that comes on a sort of box with a funnel underneath the grass that collects the pee. It is not hard to exchange the pads for the grass. The only drawback to the grass is it gets quickly smelly. It needs washing everyday because it is not disposable. Food for thought eh. With as many dogs as we have the fake grass is a welcome alternative. See this link: PET LOO