We live on a 20 acre homestead where we raise many different animals. First and foremost we are not a kennel. We have a small hobby breeding operation in order to ensure each of our dogs gets the love and attention they deserve. We have our AKC Basic Breeding Certificate and are enrolled in the AKC Bred With Heart Program. Therefore we breed for quality not quantity. All of our dogs and puppies are raised in the home and will be socialized with people and other animals before going to their new homes.
Cost and What to Expect
Breeding Frenchies is a very costly and time consuming job. They usually require artificial insemination and c-sections for the birth. This is due to the large head of the puppies not being able to go through the birth canal. Frenchies are known to have small litter of 2 to 3 puppies. When the puppies are born they need round the clock care as mommy only stays with them when feeding to prevent her from accidentally rolling on a baby and suffocating it. All of our dams and sires are genetically tested prior to breeding to ensure they do not carry any dangerous health problems. Other costs of breeding include Akc registration, immunizations, food, microchipping, vet visits, dew claw removal on hind legs if present, and supplies for the care of the puppies. All these costs are why frenchies are an expensive dog to purchase.
Not only can the purchase of your Frenchie be expensive but also owning one is expensive. First I recommend health insurance for your Frenchie as they are known for medical problems. We try to breed the best and healthiest but that is not always a guarantee they won’t have health problems. On top of medical they need to be fed a high quality diet which can be expensive. And we must not forget spoiling your adorable dog with toys and treats, clothes in the winter to stay warm and cooling mats for the summer to prevent overheating.
So after all that why get a Frenchie; because they are in so many ways the best dog. They have booming personalities and love you unconditionally.
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