First at all, puppies listed on this page are not on "Sale", they are not "Clearance puppies" or "Discounted for Quick Sale". We also did not like to hear and never use words "Get Rid Off" puppy.
Being a slightly older puppy does not disqualify them from being a great dogs. Being slightly older only means that a lots and lots of Love, Time, Strength, Patience and yes, dollars were already invested in the well-being of this dog. Being slightly older means that "wee-wee" period is over, and now is another great period of "open mind and ready-to-learn new things".
There is NOTHING wrong with neither one of them and questions like "Why do you still have them and why did you not sell them when they were 8 weeks old like typical puppies?" are at least sounds improper and inappropriate.
First at all not everyone is meant to be a french bulldog owner. Believe me, it takes time to find a good home and great fit. Not many people understand a huge difference in value of standard colored and rare/exotic colored frenchies. A bargain is not what to look for when searching for a French Bulldog, it's like comparing a Cadillac to a Kia. Everyone would love to drive a BMW or some luxury vehicle, the fact is not everyone can afford to, same concept.
Listed puppies are finished all vaccines, crate trained (but mostly use it for naps and sleeping) and mostly house broken.
Puppies listed on this page were hand raised by me and my family and we interact with them daily, they are very people seeking; they were introduced to cat and big bird; they were not introduced to small kids or toddlers. Despite on it I can say that neither of them is not going harm no one in any way, but may jump and put front paws on you or on child-just to get attention and may knock small child down. For the first time puppy must be supervised by adults being around small children. Of course children must respect dog too and not trying to discover what the eye ball looks from inside etc.
They like play with toys and there is possibility that they might, but not necessary will (as we don’t know for sure,) they might "steal” children toys if they are on their sight view. Its only two moments I need to tell you about my older puppies. Otherwise-any of them is pretty good guy or gal and its pleasure to be with them around.
Frenchies known with their loyalty and being very delicate around kids so in 99.9% cases I’ll totally trust my kid be around frenchies. Here is link to my site where I posted pics of our frenchies who lives with babies/kids http://snubnosed.ucoz.com/index/french_bulldogs_and_human_babies/0-169
Both puppies are very much socialized, play good with each other as well as with older dogs and younger puppies. Nobody expressed any signs of aggression or territorial dominance-all get along nicely.
They are all mostly housebroken, but need to be kept on a strict schedule to avoid accidents. Adoptive parents should be prepared for a period of adjustment and the possibility of some reversion in potty habits in the first weeks following puppy move, as change in routine and shift in attention may caused stress and made some regress with potty training. Generally, all of them thrives off of routine, and as long as they kept on a schedule, they doesn’t have many accidents.
While all of them are technically crate trained, no one of them does not enjoy spending long time there and prefer free roam. No one doesn’t have any formal obedience training, but all are very eager to please.
Health wise-all are very healthy with no known issues. No food allergies or skin issues (as they eat fresh and raw, human grade meat and bones and dairy). We strongly believe in What you feeding your dog with. Check our feeding guide page http://snubnosed.ucoz.com/index/barf_or_raw_diet/0-179
All of them get used to interact with humans during the day and be part of the family; all of them are very gentle with people. I can take any food or toy from them, trim toenails, check teeth, clean ears, brush them, and after all that pick up and get kisses. They will let me do anything to them as they are very much loves hands-on attention. Neither of them bite. In general, french bulldogs are not biters.
New potential parents need to be aware that French bulldogs are "people dogs" and could not be left by themselves for 8+ hours while you at work. Preferences will be given to families who are flexible with their day schedule so puppy would not be feel abandoned. I would like to see my puppies go to the experienced French bulldog or other Snubnosed breed home. Neither of them will not be sold to a kennel-no exceptions. I am interested to find only a pet home.