I have been a Dog Lover & Breeder for the majority of my life. Growing up on a horse ranch with a world class stud barn, I learned at an early age the importance of caring for animals the right way. I grew up raising Whippets and Miniature Poodles. Then after waiting 8 long years I found my 1st perfect Frenchie baby. And so Our Story Begins.... I am very passionate about my babies & I am dedicated to ethical breeding and the healthy legacy we have build over the years. We offer standard colors, blues, lilacs and platinum- quality matters
Our puppies are family raised, loved & socialized. We think you will love them as much as do.
AKC French Bulldog Breeder since 2013
There is a lot of care that goes into breeding the perfect healthy frenchie. French Bulldogs require progesterone testing for artificial insemination, pregnant moms need special nutrition, reverse progesterone testing before their C-section is a must, post pregnancy care is vital for both mom and puppies. We have our frenchie babies in a humidity, oxygen and temperature controlled incubator for the first 2 weeks of their life. Then they are moved to a larger temperature controlled area to move around and grow. The babies need the warmth because they can not regulate their body temperature when they are just born. All of that costs a lot of money, takes a lot of time and is a full-time job filled with love.
Other breeds can be left on their own with their mom and pretty much handle most of the hard work. They can get pregnant, give birth and care for the puppies on their own - French Bulldogs are different. Given the high investment in your new friend - It is important to find an ethical and experienced breeder.
Buyers get scammed when they contact a "breeder" and find that puppy that is too good to be true. The "breeder" typically will use only one form of communication (social media). They may have a contract - but typically they will request money through a source that you don't have any recourse. Such as a wire transfer or Western Union. (We know - we've been scammed ourselves!).
One of our adopted parents gave me another scam scenario. The scammer provides a inexpensive price for a Frenchie that looks like a great deal. They say that they will ship the dog to you. At some point the "shipping container" will be broken or need to be replaced. They will then ask for an additional amount to buy a new container. This is the second sell to take more money from you. Don't do it!
If you are looking to purchase a frenchie - I always recommend getting multiple contact points for your breeder. Phone number, email address, social media. Zoom or Facetime the breeder to see the puppy that you see pictures of. Most of the scammers are using other breeder's photos and don't actually have the dogs. Also, anyone that tries to pressure you or sells the frenchie for "cheap" is either trying to steal your money or trying to sell you a dog that likely has health problems.
Be careful! If you have any doubts - it's better to be safe than sorry!
Tips to Avoid Scams
These tips should help you guarantee that you never get scammed when purchasing a Frenchie.
Get more than one point of contact. Email Address, Phone Number, Website, Personal Social Media.
Look them up on social. Do they look like real people? Has the profile been around for a while? Friend request/follow.
Ask to Zoom or facetime / video call. Most scammers don't actually have the Frenchie - they typically will never Zoom or facetime.
Ask to see the contract.
Ask questions about the vet the breeder uses. Ask for documentation of the health check.
Ask how payment is made - Paypal, Venmo, Cashapp, Zelle all have protections for buyers. If they ask for a wire transfer or western union = scam city.
Ask for references.
If you are local - meet!
Ask to see the AKC paperwork. A scammer most likely won't have puppy, mom and dad AKC paperwork or litter registration.
If you don't feel comfortable don't do it! At the end of the day don't ignore red flags - they are there for a reason.
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