FAQ

Are deposits refundable?

A deposit is nonrefundable but may be applied to the next litter if you do not get the color or sex of puppy you desire.


What if I can no longer care for my Frenchie?

I require that if for any reason you are not able to care for you puppy that you send it back to me. There are no refunds, but I will find it another good home. I do not ever want any of my puppies to be homeless or unloved.


How do I send in a deposit?

After we have talked via phone, you can send your deposit via PayPal to Fannie2000@carolina.rr.com


How do I contact you?

I can be reached via email at fannie2000@carolina.rr.com or via phone at 704-905-1797.


What does the puppy come with?

Puppies are allowed to go home 8-10 weeks depending on maturity. During the course of that time they are dewormed. They come with their first set of shots. They are vet checked before they go with their forever home and they come with a one year health warranty.


What better, female or male?

Typically with the french bulldogs the male is not as outgoing as the female. The female is typically more outgoing than the male.


Are your dogs AKC dogs?

Yes, all of our dogs are American Kennel club dogs.


AKC registration

Full AKC registration allows you to breed your dog, register their puppies, sell them, and show them for confirmation at AKC events. With limited registration you may breed your dog, but you do not have the right to register the puppies. With limited registration you also have the right to do several AKC events such as agility, etc. All of my french bulldogs are given limited registration. You will receive the limited registration after I have paperwork from their vet (signed) that they have been spayed or neutered.


AKC recognized colors

Red Fawn, Fawn, Brindle, Reverse Brindle, Pied, Pied Brindle, Cream. Solid black is not an AKC recognized color, it must show some sort of bridling. You can go to the AKC website to see a description of these colors.


Fad colors

Silver or Blue, Lilac, Black and Tan. Grays and Lilacs are not recognized by the AKC because of health issues associated with the diluted gene. Black and tan is not recognized because they are dominant genes and will take over every blood line. These colors are also extremely overpriced and are simply a trend. This can be confirmed on the AKC website.


Vets and second opinions

If you’re bully is diagnosed with something odd, it’s good to get a second opinion. There are a lot of vets who are trying to perfect the breed, which is not necessary. I am happy to give recommendation on different types of veterinary care.


Care after adoption

When you take your puppy home it is important for that puppy to remain in a bubble, not exposed to bacteria. Puppies of any breed do no have immunities built up towards bacteria. This means no puppy parks, doggy daycare, no roadside stops and being very careful about who touches your puppy. A puppy is vulnerable up until his or her first year of age.


Books and magazines about French Bull dogs

The French Bulldog by Steve Eltinge
Celebrating Frenchies by The French Bullytin
The French Bulldog by Muriel P. Lee
The Flat Face Encyclopedia by Jan DurrGrebe,PH.D and Steve Eltinge,D.ED.

The Dogs Naturally will keep you updated on all of the latest with dogs and it's always an interesting read. I highly recommend this magazine


Is chewing gum harmful to my Frenchie?

Yes Xylitol is very toxic to a dog, so keep your hand bag out of reach. Xylitol is also in mints.


What other foods or materials are harmful to my Frenchie?

Chocolate, tea, coffee, and anything that contains caffeine or theobromne. Most house plants.
Raisins, grapes, currents, macadamia nuts, and black walnuts. Educate yourself because there are a host of things are harmful to your pet that are not harmful to humans.

Anti freeze and salt pellets that store owners put out to melt ice is also very toxic to your dogs feet and can lead to burns.