Learning The “Secrets” of Pets

Getting a French Bulldog Pet Buying a French Bulldog as a pet and companion is a lot easier than choosing one for shows. There are no coat or eye color restrictions to think of, meaning you can choose pretty much any pup you want. If you really want to buy a French Bulldog, you should never feel as though you’re getting an animal of low quality. Of course, this means you need to spend time looking a good breeder. In any group of pups, no matter the parental heritage, there are those that are born with flaws, which would disqualify them as show animals. These Frenchies are the ones that are often sold as companion or pet quality dogs, which is what they really are in the first place. With companion animals being prevented from reproducing, usually through spaying or neutering, puppies of good breeders have, in fact, proven ancestry that equals that of show dogs. Another reason a Frenchie may be classified as companion animal is its father not having reached Championship status.
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The following are other factors which can disqualify a Frenchie as a show dog:
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> some color combinations like tan and black, white and black, etc. Otherwise, these dogs can still be prime dogs, making them great companion animals. > any kind of alteration, except for dewclaw removal > any nose color besides black > any ear shape which is not bat > imperfectly aligned teeth > a bigger or smaller size than what is indicted for a certain show The secret to finding a healthy and happy Frenchie is finding a reputable breeder. It’s always good to talk to as many Frenchie breeders or clubs as you can to ask for referrals. Also make sure you ask for references of other breeders and clubs and not just people who bought puppies from them. If they can’t seem to give you any, the most likely haven’t established a good reputation in the Frenchie community. As health concerns tend to be great with the breed, make it a point to ask the breeder regarding the health of the pup’s parents. While this isn’t a sure indication of what the pup’s own health condition will be, it keeps you aware of the possibilities in the future. In any case, a healthy breeding stock means a healthy dog. Reliable breeders pick the most desirable characteristics, temperament and health when breeding, and will avoid dogs that can have a negative impact on the breed’s health, even if they only plan to focus on companion animals. As soon as you’ve cleared these issues, look for a Frenchie which shows good demeanor. Although Frenchies are not typically cranky, you shouldn’t search for one that’s too jolly or sociable other. You want a dog that is healthy in both mind and body.