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Parents are retired and available for adoption at 4 to 6 years old. They will be on the retired page when that happens.
The Frenchie's are a whole family affair!
Several of the frenchies are actually my son's, daughter's, or Aryne's and live with them, not here. They all come to visit often and bring them when they come over to work.
We have the stud dogs, except Tackleberry, and some of the moms here with us. The moms all come to our house to have their puppies and stay until we are sure everyone is doing well and doesn't need 24/7 supervision. Then mom and babies can go back to their respective homes where they were sourly missed while over here!
AKC Brutus is a handsome boy who loves everyone! He has lots of Champions on his pedigree, plus all AKC approved colors for those who like sticking with only AKC show colors. He is really handsome!
He flops over on his back for belly rubs at any opportunity. 🙂 He loves attention!
AKC Buster is a chunky happy guy.
Buster has been retired and adopted out. We had kept some of his daughters (Corky and Cressy. My son has Meati, Gamora and Nebula.) We cant really use him for breeding anymore. He loves people and is a easy going boy. Great temperament, which he passed on to his daughters!
He is super cute. He has lots of champions on his pedigree, and Champion sired!
AKC Merlin, an incredible blue merle color.
I love unique colors and have spent a lot of time studying biology and color genetics. Merle color can happen in any breed of dog spontaneously, and it does. It is not an indicator of being a "mix breed someplace back there" as so many think and promote not understanding color genetics at all.
Anytime someone goes on about color for a breed and how it "has" to be a mix breed all it shows is they are uneducated about genetics and don't understand how genetics work. Genetics is so hard that some colors for some breeds, are not even found in a typical lab test for color, because the breeds can have the color genes in different locations! Like chocolate in Frenchies is not in the same location as chocolate for any of the other breeds. So for someone to claim they are an expert and to say it "cant be" because it is proven that the breed never had that color in that breed in the past, when scientists cant even test for the color is very inaccurate and misleads even more people.
Merlin is athletic and from a line of health tested dogs. I need new photos he is just a teenager here! He is OFA certified for patellas, hips, eyes and heart. The 4 things they recommend testing for Frenchies.
He loves attention! He can jump amazingly high, and breeds naturally. I love the dogs who can breath and play, not so mashed face that they cant do such a basic necessity as breath easily! We want them to AKC standard in type but not to the point they cant breath.
AKC Merlin Jr., son of Merlin and Darla. He is an adult now! He is OFA certified for hips, patellas, heart and eyes!
He grew up while we were building the little house for my mom and aunt. He loves attention but didn't get worked with much due to the circumstances. Amazing how fast he learned to walk on a leash now that their little house is done and we have our time back for working and playing with all the dogs.
ACA Dex. He is an adult now! He is OFA certified for hips, patellas, heart and eyes!
He has a wonderful temperament, freindly happy and gets along terrific with most of the other dogs (only a couple dominant stud dogs he's not happy to hang out with.)
AKC Buckwheat, a chocolate brindle. He is a chunk and the sweetest ever. Just a pup in the fence. He is almost 1 year old in the other photos. He is a Very handsome boy!
Buckwheat has a really mellow personality. Not dog aggressive at all and even doesn't react much to the other male dogs. He is extra cuddly!
We bought him as a sickly scrawny puppy. Seeing his parents and his potential we got him anyway. Turned out the problem was major giardia, with some coccidia despite all the treatments he had prior to us getting him. Some medication, took awhile, but he has been fine ever since. Giardia and coccidia is everywhere and is easy to treat with the right medication. Simply took a bit, plus going to our other vet who found what worked for him. He grew chunky right away despite being positive and loose stools for months with standard treatment from our regular vet. The other vet put him on "triple therapy" she called it. 3 meds every 8 hours, plus probiotics daily and in less then a week he was doing tons better. Treated him for a full month as his gut was so messed up for so long she wanted to be sure he had time to heal. She was going to test him for gut issues if her special remedy didn't work. So many dogs get labeled with IBS, leaky gut, or other things and it is really just the gut bacteria got off balance and was never treated with the right meds and probiotics long enough to get it back on track to fully heal.
It was worth it he is a doll, can breed naturally and is so handsome! His puppies are also super cute! Although they all are!!
AKC Tackleberry. A solid blue male. He is the newest stud dog, since we had daughters of our other boys we needed an unrelated male and wanted more blue color. He is Kim, my daughter, and Justin, son-in-law's baby. Brought him as a 3 year old stud dog who is a Champion.
They have housebroken him and he is one of the "Pack" at their house. He has a terrific mellow personality! He is a Very handsome boy.
Photos from his first parade on Fourth of July.
Seems all our boys have a terrific mellow personality!
He can breed naturally. His first litter with Fergie was born here 9-21-18, and next litter with Peanut at Kim and Justin's is due in October.
AKC "Neel" means blue in India, our new puppy. A solid blue male with tan points. He is our future stud dog. Since we had daughters of our other boys we needed an unrelated male to Tackleberry and wanted more blue color and tan points.
Like all our other boys he has a terrific mellow personality! Wants to play with any of the other dogs. He has a bit longer nosed and wont have issues with the heat the way some do. We like dogs who can breath, run and play like a dog is suppose to be able too!
It will be 2019 before he has sired any puppies.
All AKC Fiona, mother to; FiFi, Meati, Fergie, and Felicia. Fiona will be retired 2018 or 2019.
Like the others she is a love bug. A friends special needs boy was visiting. Fiona hopped up on the couch next to him, wagging her tail gave him a kiss. He was petting her then grabbed a big handful of skin pinching her. She held very still as we rushed to pry his hand off and she never left, just gave him another kiss wanting to sit by him. Frenchies do have tough skin but also such a tolerant personality! She adores Kyvn! Fiona is extra special though and loves special needs people.
AKC Fergie, daughter of Fiona and Brutus.
She is a super silly girl, much more laid back then her sister, Felicia, who can jump in the air doing twirls before landing.
Fergie is one of our smaller girls, super type and extra cute.
Photos at the vets just before a c-section delivery, and then on the way home, still a bit groggy and sleepy. She had 6 puppies. Then more photos 5 weeks later when she's out running around enjoying getting away from the kids for awhile.
AKC Mora, a very tiny girl! She was pitiful scrawny when we first purchased her.
She developed several respiratory viruses which vaccinations are suppose to prevent, (diagnosed by the lab). She had records for being vaccinated, and also had bad coccidia and giardia. Fortunately she's a tough little girl, and with medication, good food, and care she got over all of it pretty quickly.
A favorite of about everyone who visits because she is so abnormally tiny, silly and happy, and like all our frenchies, she loves everybody. Nick name is "frog face". She usually lives downstairs with my Uncle Al. We have a walkout basement to a fenced yard for his dogs. He was a teacher and has "recess" with his pugs numerous times a day. She does stairs just fine, but he loves her and uses the fact he has no stairs as an excuse why she should live downstairs with him. 🙂 She also gets along great with his pugs and doesn't lay too rough like some of the frenchies do.
AKC FiFi is Arynes baby, daughter to Fiona and Brutus. She's over a year old now, and just as cute. I need new photos!
Her boys love her and she is here often when Aryne s working. She loves to travel and go anywhere in the car. Photo of her playing with her first litter of puppies. she's a great mom and just loves to play with them.
AKC Dolly is daughter to Merlin and Darla, full sibling to Merlin Jr. In the photos she's a puppy, a teenager and then a very pregnant adult.
She is super cute and loves to play with Buckwheat the most. She's like his little shadow!
We took more photos when she was big as a house pregnant with her first litter. She had 9!! Excellent mom and adores her babies. Even with 9 she is SO careful not to sit or step on any of them. She didn't want her picture taken though so kept turning away from the camera so I don't have a good picture of her pretty face all grown up.
AKC Mrs. Meati, she lives with my son next door (across the 10 acre pasture) and often pops in to visit. She likes to photo bomb other puppies pictures! She adores Aryne and does her best to not let her out of her sight.
AKC Karrie, lives with my daughter as her shadow. She's very pregnant in 2 of the photos, "helping" Kim do paperwork. She adores Kim , sleeps with her and loves to go anywhere Kim does, although not a fan of car rides so Kim has started leaving her at home unless she's only coming here to work.
She is not as sensitive to heat because her nose is a bit longer, she can breathe great and gets to run around the farm and play as much as she wants. Her daughter Peanut is the same way. Even when its hot out they run around then jump in the baby pool to cool off, or head inside the house if they want air-conditioning or are done playing.
We do breed for better open nostrils, breathing is important!
AKC Peanut is my daughter, Kim's, girl along with Peanuts mother, Karrie. She's just a pup, but growing fast! She is a merle color, like her father, Merlin, but the cream hides the color!
She goes everywhere with Kim and Justin and likes car rides. Justin's favorite dog as she is very playful, and goofy.
Photo of her as an adult with her buddy Tackleberry the blue, she's also photoed below in Blueberries photos, Blue and Peanut are best of friends and love to play hard, then nap.
AKC Blueberry Pie (blue merle), Peanut (cream) and Karrie( black brindle), live with my daughter Kim, son-in-law, Justin, and my 2 grandsons. Blue and Peanut are half grown puppies in the one photo.
"Blue" loves to travel and Kim brings her over whenever she's working and to dog friendly stores. She's a huge hit with not only being a French Bulldog and automatically extra cute, but because of her fabulous merle color. She's a littler Frenchie, just a bit bigger then Mora.
She likes to photo bomb the puppy pictures and is laying on the blanket in in front of the puppies so we got pictures of her too! Look at her eyes, she is so expressive and wonders why we want her out of the way! In another picture she's standing on the rocks over a puppy we were trying to get photos of!
AKC Corky, daughter of,Buster and Frenchie, (who is daughter to Suzie and Brutus.) She is OFA certified good Patellas, Hips, Eyes and Heart.
She has a really sweet easy going personality. Full littermate sister to Cressy. She had her first litter and just loves her puppies and was so good with them you would have never known it was her first litter.
AKC Cressy, daughter of Frenchie (who is daughter to Suzie and Brutus) and Buster.
She also has a really sweet easy going personality. Full littermate sister to Corky.
She's a really good mom and we have to put up all the dogs squeak toys when she has puppies, because when she hears one she jumps up and gets all agitated thinking the dogs are making a puppy cry! Took us a day to figure out what the was upsetting her so much! Poor girl here she's trying to lay with her babies and then thinks the other dogs and hurting a puppy someplace. She's a really good girl.
We are working on getting OFA certification done on all the frenchies, of ours, and who don't live here but we share a breeding program; daughter Kim, son Keith, and Aryne.
Frenchies really rarely all pass everything. The goal is to breed carefully to improve the health and physical well being of the next generation. If you remove all dogs from the breeding program who do not pass everything then you have limited the gene pool. When that happens more puppies will not pass as diversity helps them stay healthy. Its a balancing act. Think of Cheetahs, they are doomed to extinction because their diverse gene pool is gone.
We have more to test, or to send in yet. April 2018 and April 2017 eye and heart exams have not all been even mailed off. Plus our vet's computer crashed and they will not re-take, or re-do exams for hips and patellas which are in their computer but had not been sent. We have been waiting a year. They are suppose to get it fixed soon to be able to access the information..... They want to charge us to do them over.
So far those who have been tested and sent to OFA with all 4 passing results for Hips, eyes, hearts and patellas as follows. (the 4 things frenchies are recommended to be tested for)
Merlin, Merlin Jr, Loddy Doddy, Darla. More have been done and passed but I am working off the spread sheet Kim started but has not completed yet for even retired parents and any puppies we may keep back.
Retired parents, grandparents.
I wish it was easier to put text on the photos. There is probably a way but I don't know what it is. The edit thing on the computer takes me about 15 minutes to add text to just one photo. I am technology challenged!
The 2 French Bulldogs who started it all!
Jewel and Trinket. I had a huge history on the old website but I think it got lost in the switch to the new website.
Trinket, the little almost all white puppy. We seen her and Art fell in love. She was all sassy, bouncing and stomping about barking, just like his Pomeranian, Jasmine. I thought she was one of the cutest things ever and the personality was just so funny.
Art has a video of pointing his finger at her scolding her for getting into the trash. She barked and stomped at him and then because she had learned the new trick to sit, sat down. She was sure since she sat everything was all good.
It was winter when we got them and her favorite place to sleep, was on top of any of the Shar Pei. They were warm soft and furry. The problem was she would climb on and slide down. They always cuddled to sleep.
Trinket kept getting sick. We had never had such a sickly puppy before. Finally we figured out the problem was an elongated soft palette that caused her to aspirate when she would run around playing. She would be breathing hard and inhale spit, basically. So we had it corrected and she was spayed. We found her a great home for her as a pet. Just loved her but we need to be able to have a breeding quality dog i order to have puppies, what we do best. We wont breed a dog who needs surgery to breath as many people do.
Jewel was 4 years old, (almost 5 years old) cowering in the corner. I felt so sorry for her and bought her because she was for sale, looked miserable and just beautiful at the same time!
She took 3 months to be comfortable being touched. Another few months before she was comfortable being picked up. She had never walked on a leash, or been housebroken. She learned all kinds of new things. She was so nervous around people. Very feisty with other dogs.
We thought she acted much more like a boston terrier and looked a little bit like one. She was dog aggressive, or at least very dog bossy and very hyper, nothing like the other 3 Frenchies we bought when we decided we needed a male to go with our 2 new girls. We sent off DNA for breed testing and it came back that she was a small bit Boston. So we decided she wasn't a good candidate for our new Frenchie breeding program either. Then she started falling down. Our vet took x-rays and did tests and couldn't figure out what was going on. they suspected she had a problem in her vertebrae that was causing the falling issues, and breathing problem. She ended up passing away before they could actually figure it out. It was just so sad. She only had 9 months of a loving home in over 5 years. 🙁