Why are they called Blue frenchies and what can I expect if I get a French Bulldog?
“Blue” is the coloration of the coat. French Bulldogs “Frenchies” come in various colorations from Pied (piebald), fawn, and brindle to name a few.
French bulldogs are loyal, fun loving, goofy, adventurous fur babies. They thrive on human affection and will blossom with love. One of the best additions to the family hands down. They are perfect with small children, large dogs and integrate well into any environment. They are inside dogs because their bodies do not tolerate heat or cold well. They love water but due to their physical make up, they should not be around water unsupervised.
As an informed and responsible frenchie breeder (us) and owner (you), it’s good to know the following information. Frenchies have more than the usual health related issues. For example, they may experience:
- Hip Dysplasia
- Brachycephalic Respiratory Syndrome (due to their snout)
- Tracheal Stenosis
- Stenotic Nares
- Heat Stress (we watch out for this especially in AZ)
It’s always good to ask questions and be fully informed before taking on such an amazing breed. Being a responsible owner is what we look for when pairing our frenchies with potential forever homes.
When it comes down to breeding, our two main concerns are health and temperament. There is no room for compromise at all. From a temperament perspective, our fur babies receive lots of love and attention and socialization, as it helps to start early. It’s never too early to start a great habit.
We are not new to dog breeding, we have been in the business as AKC breeders for over 15 years. We love to nurture pups and adults alike. We uphold the highest standards and conduct testing to ensure best quality of Frenchie.