We are also very proud of our female Frenchies. We have learned over the years that if you are going to be a responsible breeder of high quality Frenchies, you need to have an excellent selection of the best-of-the-best males, and you also need high-quality females to compliment them. We do not breed any dogs that have any significant health issues, i.e., allergies, breathing issues, joint issues, etc., and all of our dogs have been genetically tested for the common Frenchie genetic defects.
We have worked hard on acquiring a wide variety of females, that each represent the French Bulldog breed well. Although there are certainly differences in personalities among them, they all have very pleasant dispositions and love to be around people and their canine buddies. Each one of them loves to spend time indoors with the family, especially the kids, and they are very well behaved. All of our females carry one or more rare recessive color genes, so depending on which males we use with them, they can produce a variety of colors, from standard brindles, fawns, sables, and creams, to the rare pure coats and tan points.
All of our Frenchie mamas deliver their puppies by c-section, so we limit each of our females to an average of three litters and then retire them at a relatively young age, so that they can live out the rest of their lives as queens of the castle. We replace them with very carefully selected female puppies from some of our best litters. By continually selecting the best-of-the-best females (and males), we are achieving our goal of helping to improve the breed, especially regarding health, conformation, size, and temperament.
There will be opportunities to adopt most of our females (and sometimes males) for very reasonable prices. Retirees will be announced on the New Puppies drop-downs for the respective litters and their pictures/videos will be posted on Our Frenchies > Mothers With Puppies or Available Retirees drop-down. We are not able to deliver our retirees by air, due to current airline restrictions, so, if you would like to adopt one of our retirees, you must plan on driving to our northern Utah home to meet her/him, or, in some cases, we can help arrange ground transportation for very reasonable fees.
We will maintain a first come – first served policy on our retirees, except that we will give preference to past puppy clients when placing retirees. So, if you are a past puppy client, live with reasonable driving distance, and have a favorite Frenchie you would like to consider adopting sometime in the future, just let us know.