French Bulldog Puppies for Adoption
As a reminder to each of our Waiting List clients who have passed on prior puppies, when you are ready for your puppy and you see a puppy or puppies in a litter introduction video (generally taken at 2 to 3 weeks) in which you have an interest, be sure to let us know right away and we will try to reserve one for you. We start the official selection process for each litter after the vet checks have been completed and the 6 to 7 week video has been posted.
In this section, we show each of the BlueHaven litters to be placed. We start with a video generally taken at 2 to 3 weeks to introduce each litter and place it under the names of the parents. Then, at about 6 weeks, we post another video of each litter which can help show the personalities of each of the puppies in the litter, in addition to their color, conformation, and size. After this second video is posted and the vet checks are complete, we start the formal selection process for each litter.
We have a waiting list procedure for our puppies and we allow picks to be made by individuals on the Waiting List based on their stated preferences in the order of the dates on which our clients made their deposits to get on our waiting list. Once the puppies have been selected, we write reserved next to that puppy’s name (along with the first name/s and state of his/her new masters unless otherwise directed) to show he/she is no longer available.
Our puppies are generally old enough and mature enough to go to their new homes starting at 8 weeks of age. If you live out of state and do not wish to fly into the Salt Lake City International airport or drive to our northern Utah home to pick-up your puppy, we have wonderful carriers who will fly your puppy to you in the comfort of the cabin and hand deliver him/her to you at your nearest major airport.
Please feel free to contact us at any time if you would like more information.
Retired Frenchies Available for Adoption
We generally retire our females when they are still young (usually between 3 and 4 years of age and after they have had an average of 3 litters) and have a long, happy life of leisure ahead of them. Our males are usually much older since we keep them as long as they remain fertile and fit in our breeding program. We place our retirees for dramatically reduced prices, as our main concern is to insure that they have a wonderful home to go to, where they will be treated like queens and kings. Since the airlines no longer ship adult Frenchies, anyone wanting to adopt a retiree from us must be able to drive to our northern Utah home to meet and get him/her, or arrange for other ground transportation, which can be very expensive. If you think you might be interested in a retiree let us know.