Please, read, before apply for any of our older babies. I know, it's a lot of reading, but, please, find a few minutes to read it.
They were hand raised by me and my family and we interact with them daily, they are very people seeking; they were not introduced to small kids or toddlers. For this reason each of them will be available only for family of adults or adult individual or family where kids are older and dogs savvy. When they play, they can jump a lot, that's why we are looking for a family with older children 8 yrs old or older who won't be hurt by jumping and exited dog.
The ideal home preferably be a house with fenced-in yard so either of them can run about and have the zoomies. It would come with a couple of older children who loves dogs, and perfect situation-if new home has at least one canine companion. It would be fantastic if there was someone who stayed at home all day as they're gotten very used to have us around all the time.
Any of them will make great companion for retired couple, will be great office dog or someone who works from home and being at home most of the time.
They are pretty much socialized, play good with their playmates. Being a young Frenchies with healthy load of energy, they are active, but not hyper.
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, they thrives off of routine, and as long as they're kept on a schedule, they did not have many accidents. Neither of them have had any formal obedience training, but very eager to please.
Health wise-very healthy with no known issues. No food allergies or skin issues.
They get used to interact with humans during the day and be part of the family and are very gentle with people. I can take any food or toy from them, trim toenails, check teeth, clean ears, brush, and after all that pick up and get kisses. They will let me do anything to themselves as they are very much love hands-on attention. No bite history.
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. These sweet babies love Nyla bones and other durable chew toys, and also love their stuffies. They enjoys playing chase and fetch, and will enthusiastically retrieve toys and items whether they are theirs or not. Like all Frenchies, they would be thrilled to have people at home during the day to give them some love and attention they feel they deserves. (We tend to agree with this assessment.) All of them are very intelligent and quick to learn new things. Each single of them is a champion snuggler.
They're young and need a family that can provide each of them with rules, boundaries, continued training and, above all, consistency in daily routine and lots of love and patience.
Sweet, sweet and sweet. Loves to play and have every minute of your attention but also well trained and respect's their boundaries. Very quick learners and eager to please you and are excellent with other dogs.
Pee-pad 100% trained, house potty trained 80% . Trained to go on pee pads and/or outside. Kenneled during meal time only, otherwise-free roam and would love nothing more than to snuggle in bed with you. Not leash trained.
They have a very kind and piercing eyes and soft faces and sharp and vivid brains-very intelligent. No allergies, up to date on vaccines and deworming. Not food/toy etc. aggressive.