Your copy of the World Book of Frenchies. Place your order on the Shop Here page of this website.
Coming soon the totally unique 2014 'Frenchie Faces' monthly
planner with Frenchie photos, facts, breed standard, a
page about French Bulldog characteristics, breed history and much more. A page for each month with Dec. 2013 - Dec. 2014 includes a Frenchie PhotoMotivational saying and highlighted holidays and observances 2013-2016 years at a glance. Summary of USA holidays
and observances. A real bargain at $30.00
each including shipping and handling anywhere in the USA.Visit
the Shop Here page to learn more and order your copy.
The Home Of The Fabulous Frenchies In South Florida!
Proud Member Of The French
Bull Dog Club Of America (FBDCA)*Member Of The FBDCA
Breeder's Education Committee*Member Of The FBDCA Public Education
Committee*Member of the Communications Committee
We have puppies!
Click here to visit my 'Avail-a-bull page to learn more about these beautiful puppies
'Silly Sioux' Update
Sioux' is the beautiful little ten year old Frenchie so successfully rescued from the Pinellas County
shelter by the loving and caring team at Luv-A-Bull All Breed Rescue is very, very happy and content in her new
home. She is living on a beautiful farm in Florida and has so many new animal and human friends that there is hardly
enough hours in the day to be with them all. Her new life has given her new vigor and she is like a puppy again.
My sincere thanks and appreciation to all concerned. Remember, if you unable to care for your dog whether for personal,
economic or health reasons - do the right thing, place them in rescue. Luv-A-Bull All Breed Rescue is a wonderful
organization ably owned and operated by Christina Smith and Sean Foley, For more information on
placement, or to donate needed money or supplies (tax deductible) contact Tina at 954-328-1143
'Silly Sioux' is
alive today for only one reason, her microchip!
Browse the pages to discover:
- Puppies that may be available (see the Avail-a-Bull page)
- View the beautiful Frenchie champions
is currently working on their championships (see the Up and Coming page)
- past and present
- Interesting facts about French Bulldogs (see
the About Frenchies page)
- New and interesting items on our
Shop Here Page
- Learn about the history and philosophy of Motif
French Bulldogs (see the About Motif page)
Frenchie friends enjoying
a joke on a lovely spring day.
|Photo By Frenchie Friend Alexandra Rosenstein
Something Important To Consider
When Buying A 'Frenchie' Puppy
We have all seen the adorable Frenchies in the movies and advertisements. They are all creme and cute.
And, now in your search for a puppy you make your first consideration 'color'. This may not be a good idea. Reputable
breeders breed in all of the acceptable colors, brindle, creme/fawn, black mask and piebald (pied). You will see examples
of all of these colors on this website or other websites of other breeders. But, in your search for a French bulldog
puppy, please keep an open mind where color is concerned. There are advantages and disadvantages to all colors.
Creme dogs probably will have tear stains and/or discolorations around their feet which are very unatractive and hard
to remove. Lighter color dogs may be more prone to allergies (although some may dispute this). Brindles do absorb
light and heat as they are darker, and may require more care in warmer weather.
The important thing to remember is that you are buying a puppy for life, and
you have chosen a wonderful breed. When selecting your puppy pay particular attention to how the puppy relates
to you initially. Be careful that it is well socialized, confident but not aggressive. Eliminating puppies on
the basis of color may result in gaining a designer pet for your leash, but missing out on a wonderful best friend
for life. In Florida demand a health certificate. It's required by law! Make sure the puppy is at loeast
8 weeks old, it's the law too! Hopefully, you have seen the brteder's facility and one or both of the parents.
Finally, beware of 'fad' colors especially
'blue' frenchies. They are not acceptable according to the French Bulldog breed standards in the United States or Canada.
These are genetically recessive colors that are not produced by reputable breeders. They are expensive only because
they are a fad, and are rare only because reputable breeders refuse to breed them. To learn more click on the link below
to read about fad colors.
Now, go out search for your puppy, but keep an open mind about color, please!
click here to download 'No Fad Colors' Brochure