Checked French Bulldogs


Checked French Bulldogs are the hottest new designer dog breed, renowned the world over to be the MOST expensive dog breed in the world (mostly because the airbrushing costs so damned much money). Available for sale only to the rich, the famous and the incredibly stupid.

FYI, French Bulldogs are genetically unusual among dog breeds, in that they can appear in almost any color or pattern possible in any breed. This is part of what gives French Bulldogs such a diverse look. There are three colors and/or patterns which are not allowable under AKC and CKC breed standards – black (meaning black without any trace of brindle, liver (generally agreed to be a solid colored brown dog with brown pigment) and black and tan (“Rottweiler” type markings).

Some breeders intentionally breed for these colors, call them “rare” and mark their prices up exorbitantly, to take advantage of the public’s desire for unusual (and stupidly over priced) goods. While there is nothing wrong with ‘rare’ or unusual colored French Bulldogs like Blue or Chocolate, there’s also nothing inherently special about them – they’re just another Frenchie.

Too often, in fact, people who are breeding for ‘rare’ colors don’t care about the basic fundamental things which can help to produce a healthy litter of French Bulldogs. They choose their breeding stock based solely on color, and ignore health, temperament and structure. Because ‘rare’ colors are a recessive, they often do generations of incredibly tight inbreeding, to increase their chances of producing a litter of unusual colored French Bulldog puppies. In breeding like this can bring other recessive genes to the forefront, along with color – things like allergies, congenital defects and rare, often deadly health conditions.

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Popular French Bulldog Owners

THE LIST OF POPULAR FRENCH BULLDOG OWNERS ARE

Leo and Django

Leo and Django

Christina and Ramon
Christina and Ramon

Reese and Coco Chanel
Reese and Coco Chanel

Martha and her frenchies
Martha and her frenchies

Michelle and Mya
Michelle and Mya

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Cute French Bulldog Swimming Video



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Pet dogs can brains toxic mix

French Bulldog

Pet dogs - Marta Venier and Ronald Hites environmental scientists from the Indiana University consider pet dogs could help sense these compounds, thanks to the attendance of chemical flame retardants in their blood at concentration five to 10 times higher than in humans, but lower than levels found in an earlier study of cats.

Dogs may be improved proxies than cats, they say, because a dog's metabolism is better ready to break down the substances, reports the journal Environmental Science & Technology.

The study centers on the presence of polybrominated biphenyl ethers (PBDEs) in the blood of dogs and in gainful dog food, according to an Indiana report.

PBDEs have been widely used as flame retardants in household furniture and electronics tools. The compounds can travel out of the products and come into the environment.

"Even though they've been around for quite a while... The bottom line is that we still need to keep measuring them, particularly in homes," said Venier.

PBDE combinations made up of less-brominated compounds are regarded as more unsafe because they bioaccumulate in animal tissues.

These mixtures were expelled by the European Union and were gladly removed from the US market in 2004, but remain in the environment. Mixtures with more-brominated compounds stay in use in the US, but will be phased out by 2013.

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How to favor a French Bulldog Breeder

French BulldogYou have to be really careful and be well-informed when buying a French bulldog as is a long term acquisition and the dog is going to be your proud possession for the next ten to twelve years. You can quite often be misled by the glib talk of the local pet shop owner into making a wrong choice. To avoid this, and to make a right choice, you will have to do some research on the qualities of a bulldog with all available information.

The first obvious step is to identify a good French bulldog breeder. Many owners consider breeding their French bulldog as a business proposition and are driven by commercial greed. The breeder has to be reliable and honest in his dealings. In fact even a family dog owner who owns a female French bulldog is a potential breeder when he decides to takes his female dog out for crossing.

You should be in a fit position to ask the breeder some critical questions and also know what the right answers are. For instance, you should be familiar with the general health problems of bulldogs and ask the French Bulldog Breeder pointed questions. Only healthy dogs that meet the breed standards should be allowed to mate.

Dog lovers know hip dysplasia is a common occurrence in bulldogs. If you ask the French bulldog breeder any query relating to this particular disorder, the breeder should be able to produce the OFA hip ratings of both parents of the French bulldog.

It is expected that French bulldog breeders follow a set of ethical rules while breeding. They must ensure that the male and female bulldogs that are to cross, thoroughly examined by a qualified Veterinarian for any genetic disorders. The responsible French bulldog breeder should not allow the mating of closely related bulldogs. As a matter of fact, the population of French bulldogs is rather small and thus there is every chance of incestuous breeding.

The mating should only take place when the dogs are in a relaxed mood and not when they are neurotic or hyperactive. A French bulldog breeder will allow sufficient and reasonable amount of time between two mating sessions of a particular female dog.

A responsible French bulldog breeder will take pride in his pups and will testify for the quality of his pups and even offer a replacement should the pup develop any genetic disease later on. They make a careful assessment of their puppies and sell them either as bulldogs fit for show and for breeding or as pets. The true French bulldog breeder will never shy away from letting you see his puppies and will never put up for sale defective puppies.
French bulldogs are compact, muscular dogs with a smooth coat, solid bone structure and a pug nose. A valued companion and a trusted watchdog, the French bulldog stands 11 to 12 inches tall and ideally weighs around 26 pounds. His head is large and square with round sharp eyes. The tails is short and either straight or screwed. Their skin is quite soft making them very appealing pets.

It is prudent to consult local kennels, dog clubs and bulldog owners before selecting a good breeder as any indiscretion will make you end up with a wrong pet.

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The Sweet Spongy Candy Puppy



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