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  • Application
    We use the application as a guideline to get to know the potential buyer. We are interested to know the living conditions for previous and current dogs (if applies) and what the future plans of the puppy will be. It is also a way we can educate the potential buyer on the breed to make sure they understand all of the breeds characteristics, health and financial concerns.
  • How are your puppies socialized?
    We raise our puppies in home. We want our puppies to be accustomed to household sounds such as the phone, tv, vacuum as well as people coming and going. Socialization is very important with puppies especially in the 6-8 week time frame. This is when they get to meet new people and as many stimuli as possible. Our puppies meet adults, children and dogs in our household. After 8 weeks fear begins to show up so having a good foundation of good socialization will help your new puppy in the transition. Once you get your puppy home and they are more protected with their last 2 vaccines at 12 and 16 weeks, is when outings outside the home can start. They will love all their new experiences just remember to keep them positive! When our puppies go home it’s bittersweet but wonderful for us to hear how good their doing. We do our best to prepare the puppies to be able to adjust smoothly with their new families.
  • What do your puppies come with?
    Our puppies with come vet checked, dewormed 3 times, vaccinated at the appropriate age and microchipped. Deworming will take place at 4,6 and 8 weeks. Deworming puppies is very important for their immune system. In adult dogs of good health adult worms can exist in very small numbers in their intestines. Normally they do not cause any problems but when the bitch becomes pregnant all the larvae sleeping in her tissues go into overdrive. They enter her circulation and some can infect her unborn puppies while in her womb. Puppies have immature immune systems and that makes them susceptible to infection. That is why we deworm the puppies (and their mom) to protect them. Vaccines 7-8 weeks DA2PPV 11-12 weeks DA2PPV 16 weeks DA2PPV and Rabies Vaccines play a critical role in protecting your puppy from many dangerous and even fatal diseases. Vaccines can help prevent many diseases and there are many vaccines out there and that’s why it is important to discuss with your veterinarian your puppy’s vaccine schedule. Depending on the age we vaccinate our puppies with our veterinarian with DA2PPV and rabies. Those are the core vaccines and there are some optional vaccines to discuss with your veterinarian such as Bordetella, Leptospirosis and Lyme
  • What does the vet check entail?
    All of the puppies will be vet checked. It is very important that our veterinarian to do a full examination from head to tail on all of our puppies. The veterinarian will vaccinate, deworm and implant a microchip. We want to ensure your puppy is growing and developing properly before going home. We microchip all our puppies before they go home. For us a microchip forms a permanent, invisible link between you and your puppy. Every microchip connects your puppy with all your contact information. You will need to keep your contact information current so you can be notified if your puppy ever goes missing. Implanting the microchip is nothing more than an injection similar to a vaccine. The microchip is implanted between the shoulder blades right underneath the skin and is only the size of a grain of rice.
  • How do I put a deposit on a puppy?
    You will start out going through our application process. This is to ensure that you qualify to purchase one of our puppies. Once you have been approved through the application process you can provide a non-refundable cash deposit that must be made to reserve your puppy. Full balance of the puppy will need to be paid before your puppy goes home.
  • What supplies should I have ready when picking up your new puppy?
    Before picking up your new member of the family it’s a good idea to have a few things ready. We recommend a stainless-steel feeding and water bowl as plastic can cause allergic reactions. A collar, leash and harness. You won’t be able to take your new puppy out for walks until they’ve had all their shots but it’s good to get them desensitized to wearing them. We recommend harnesses as it reduces the risk of neck pulling and is a good fit for Frenchie’s that are prone to different respiratory problems. As for toys… who doesn’t love toys? With so many to choose from let your inner child go crazy! We start to play with the puppies early in their lives to help introduce them to new things. We want to create an enriching environment for the puppies. By the time they are ready to be picked up they will more than love playing ball, with something that squeaks or makes a crinkling sound. Grooming kit is not a must but it is a good thing to have. French bulldogs don’t require a lot of grooming but it is good to have shampoo and a good set of nail clippers on hand. We believe this is another way to bond and desensitize your pup from new situations. We recommend having a crate because it gives puppies a sense of security and their own space. When crate training is done properly it’s also a highly effective management system. Such as house training, preventing destructive behaviour and teaching your puppy to settle and relax. A crate is not used as a negative punishment but to re-enforce positive behaviour. As for food there are many different brands out there. We will send home a small bag of what we feed (Performatrin Ultra). We recommend this food but, in the end, it is your choice what you decide to feed. If you're interested in feeding what we feed please go to to learn why we have chosen this brand of food. We have had amazing results with our dogs and we would like everyone to have a great option when taking your little one home. A few other items to have once starting out with your new puppy is puppy pads, a nice comfortable bed and some treats to help with training.
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