Why should I get a Frenchie?

French Bulldogs are super sweet, cuddly companions. They are fairly easy to train. Due to their size and the fact that they are not excessive barkers, Frenchies make excellent apartment dogs.  Frenchies do very well with children, but of course should always be supervised.  Frenchies also require low maintenance grooming.  If you are looking for a breed that doesn’t need a lot of exercise to stay healthy, they are your ideal choice. They do also love to go for walks and play.

Are there any downsides to owning a Frenchie?

We want our babies to be in the best environment possible, so we also want you to consider why a Frenchie may not be the best fit for you. French bulldogs, like other flat-faced breeds, have snouts that makes them prone to breathing issues and unable to cool themselves down during hot, humid temperatures. It is very important to monitor their activity during those hot days. Besides their sweet kisses they tend to drool. Despite their overall pleasant temperament, some Frenchies, like all breeds, may be stubborn at times. Training can require a bit more patience if your sweet baby has some attitude.

What is the recommended vaccination schedule?

The puppies start vaccinations at 6-8 weeks.

•6-8 weeks – DHPP (vaccinations for distemper, adenovirus, Parainfluenza, and parvovirus), Bordatella
•10-12 weeks – DHPP
•12-24 weeks – Rabies
•14-16 weeks – DHPP
•12-16 months – Rabies, DHPP
•Every 1 to 2 years – DHPP (optional lymes)
•Every 1 to 3 years – Rabies

You will be provided with the schedule of vaccinations that your puppy has received before going to their new home. Your vet will then give you more specific information based on your individual dog.

Please contact us with any other questions you have about bringing a Frenchie into your home.


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