Quality Exquisite French Bulldog puppies-rare & traditionally colored
Hobby breeder specializing in Color & Standard Quality French Bulldogs. Only the best companions for families and top of the line French Bulldog puppies! Established in 1991, our kennel is dedicated to breeding quality French Bulldogs. Since 2005 our kennel have name "From Burgess's House". We offer elite, happy, healthy, wrinkly and stocky puppies. We are proud to produce French Bulldog bitch-multi champion of several countries. Quality above Quantity!       
 
 
 

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...He is your friend, your partner, your
defender, your dog.  You are his life, his
love, his leader.  He will be yours, faithful
and true, to the last beat of his heart.  You
owe it to him to be worthy of such devotion.

...Anonymous
 
 
What I CAN promise...
 
What I CAN promise is that every puppy that came out of our house, I will stand behind him with a written warranty and a lifetime of help and support if needed to my puppy owners.  I CAN also promise that any litter produced by me will be carefully planned and researched, much thought and time went into the selection process of the sire and dam of the litter. What I CAN promise is that parents of my litters are pure bred and high quality and both are great examples of their breed.  All of my dogs are healthy and cleared before being bred and free from any known genetic health problems. And last but not least, what I CAN promise is that each puppy produced by me is a VERY SPECIAL and will always taken-in back with me if the need ever arise and it's current owner can't provide any longer. It is my promise to my dogs and their new owners that each and every puppy I bring into the world will be raised with ample amounts of time for attention, love, socialization and only the best nutrition for the best possible start. I stand up for every puppy produced by me or my family.
 
Before I Was A Dog Mom
 
Before I was a Dog Mom
I made and ate hot meals unmolested.
I had unstained, unfurred clothes.
I had quiet conversations on the phone,
even if the doorbell rang.

Before I was a Dog Mom:
I slept as late as I wanted
And never worried about how late I got to bed
or if I could get into my bed.

Before I was a Dog Mom:
I cleaned my house every day.
I never tripped over toys, stuffies, chewies
Or invited the neighbor's dog over to play.

Before I was a Dog Mom:
I didn't worry if my plants, cleansers, plastic bags,
toilet paper, soap or deodorant
were poisonous or dangerous.

Before I was a Dog Mom:
I had never been peed on
Pooped on, Drooled on
Chewed on Or pinched by puppy teeth.

Before I was a Dog Mom:
I had complete control of
My thoughts, my body and mind.
I slept all night without sharing
the covers or pillow.

Before I was a Dog Mom:
I never looked into big, soulful eyes and cried.
I never felt my heart break into a million pieces
when I couldn't stop a hurt.
I never knew something so furry and four-legged
could affect my heart so deeply.

Before I was a Dog Mom:
I had never held a sleeping puppy
just because I couldn't put it down.
I had never gotten up in the middle of the night
every 10 minutes to make sure all was well.
I didn't know how warm it feels inside
to feed a hungry puppy.
I didn't know that something so small
could make me feel so important.

Before I was a Dog Mom:
I had never known the warmth,
the joy, the love, the heartache,
the wonderment or the satisfaction of being
A Dog Mom

Author Unknown
 
 
 
 
 

Puggles, Buggs, Frenchtons & Other Mutts

                            
I do not support nor condone the intentional breeding of mixed breed, "designer" dogs. A "breed" has characteristics that are defined and can be reproduced generation after generation. Simply crossing two purebreds and giving the offspring a cute,
fancy name does not produce a "breed." Producing a stable new breed of dog requires perhaps 25-30 years of extensive commitment from many people all working together. It involves years of study and planning to select the proper dogs to produce a breed for which there is a true and demonstrated need.

Mixed breed dogs are not automatically more healthy than the component breeds. When breeding any two parents you are just as likely to get all the bad characteristics of the two as you are all the good qualities. There is no way to predict exactly what characteristics will be produced in any mixed breed puppies. Part of the benefit of breeding pure breed dogs is knowing what the characteristics and qualities of the dogs produced will be.

Mixed breed dogs are just that and no matter what fancy name is given to them or how much they cost, they are still just mixed breed dogs.

If you are considering adding a mixed breed dog to your home please consider adopting one from your local rescue or shelter.
                                             
I have realized that those breeds I love so much is being destroyed by breeders who are breeding for the masses (puppy mills), and I am seeing an increasing trend of people breeding their pets for a quick buck. As the breed continues to grow in popularity there are always going to be millers and backyard breeders who will continue producing sub-quality pets and there are always going to be those who are not screened by those breeders and who are looking for a cheap female to breed down the road so that they can continue this vicious cycle of irresponsible  breeding.
If you are looking for a cheap $300-$500 puppy (because that is what you see in the Sunday paper), please do not email me as the people on my list do not breed to those sub-standard practices. Breeding French Bulldogs and pugs is nothing to play around with. They should be carefully selected for breeding based on soundness, temperament, and conformation.  Most people tell that they are just looking for a companion, not a show dog. Reputable breeders for the most part are breeding Frenchies  and pugs that look like Frenchies and pugs, act like Frenchies and Pugs and are healthy as Frenchies and Pugs should be. There is nothing CHEAP. A cheap puppy will end up costing 3-4 times more that a well bred puppy. Good breeding pays....Puppies from reputable breeders do cost 2-3 times that in which you may find from the newspaper, on-line brokers, back yard breeders, and puppy mills. Do you know why?  We spend a lot of dollars to get a quality litter of puppies on the ground. With the cost of health testing, Obtaining Championships to prove your stock is worthy of breeding, stud fees, AI, C-sections, ultra sounds and x-rays, supplements etc. we can't afford to sell the 1 or 2 puppies from the litter for $500, it is just not possible. Please remember that REPUTABLE BREEDERS sell their companion puppies on spay/neuter contracts.
 
What Is A Breeder?

A Breeder (with a capital B), is one who thirsts for knowledge and never really knows it all,one who wrestles with decisions of conscience,convenience and commitment.

 
A Breeder is one who sacrifices personal interests, finances, time and friendships.She gives up the dreams of a long, luxurious cruise in favor of turning that all important show into this year's  "vacation".

The Breeder goes without sleep ( but never without coffee ) in hours spent planning a breeding or watching anxiously over the birth process,and afterwards, over every little sneeze, wiggle or cry.

The Breeder skips dinner parties because that litter is due or the babies have to be fed at eight. She disregards birth fluids and puts her mouth to mouth to save a gasping newborn, literally blowing life into a tiny,helpless creature that may be the culmination of a lifetime of dreams.

A Breeder's lap is a marvelous place where generations of proud and noble champions once snoozed.

A Breeder's hands are strong and firm and often soiled, but ever so gentle and sensitive to the thrusts of a puppy's wet nose. 
 
A Breeder's back and knees are usually arthritic from stooping,bending and sitting in the whelping box, but are strong enough to enable the breeder to show the next choice puppy to his Championship. 
 
A Breeder's arms are always able to wield a mop, support an armful of puppies, or lend a helping hand to a newcomer.
 
A Breeder's ears are wondrous things, sometimes red (from being talked about) or strangely shaped  (from being pressed against a phone receiver), often deaf to criticism, yet always fine-tuned to the  whimper of a sick puppy.  
  
A Breeders eyes are blurred from pedigree research & sometimes blind to her own dog's faults, but they are ever so keen to the competition's faults and are always searching for the perfect specimen.  
 
A Breeder's brain is foggy on faces, but it can recall pedigrees faster than an IBM computer. It's so full of knowledge that sometimes it blows fuses,catalogs thousands of great heads, tight and wonderful movement and buries in the soil the failures and the ones that  didn't turn out.
 
The Breeder's heart is often broken, but it beats strongly with hope everlasting...and it's always in the right place! Oh yes, my friend, there are breeders...and then there are Breeders!!!!!          
 
A Breeders Life

   By Barbara J. Andrews

 
 
All photos used on this site are the property of Jane Burgess and may not be reproduced without permission. 

 

 
 
 
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 

 

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