The most important thing when buying a French Bulldog puppy is; WHO is going to buy it!
BEFORE Buying a French Bulldog puppy, be sure to buy it from a breeder who is registered, LOVE your dogs, and have the KNOWLEDGE OF CYNOLOGY and Experience needed to raise them RESPONSIBLY!! Granting ALL the corresponding sanitary guarantees.
Today, when the French Bulldog breed has become increasingly popular, there are MANY pseudo “breeders” who, driven only by an economic desire, and believe that by owning a female French Fertile Bulldog, they think they know, can and are considered fit to reproduce and get offspring from their dogs — not counting the cynological, genetic studies and the necessary experience and dedication to manage to raise them responsibly. A behavior that, unfortunately, can only result in genetically deficient puppies, outside the breed standards, sick and with severe neurological problems, which are causes of serious health problems that will severely damage their quality of life. It can even be the cause of severe degenerations and premature deaths. Without a doubt the WORST outcome that no buyer of a puppy would want to experience. Ending up with a sick puppy is the result of NOT having chosen a True Responsible Breeder, or maybe for looking for a cheaper puppy from someone who should have never have had their dogs produce puppies.
We, as Responsible Breeders with many years of experience and deep knowledge of Cynology, genetics, and knowledge of the breed. We only bring to the world sporadic litters that are VERY WELL SCHEDULED and PLANNED. All worthy descendants of our dogs suitable for reproduction, with an excellent Genetics and morphology. Which have all the corresponding zoo-sanitary guarantees!!
If you have read and clearly understood the above, perhaps now agree with us by saying that: THE MOST IMPORTANT when buying a puppy French Bulldog is, WHO you’re going to buy it from!
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