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Puppy Purchasing Process
 

To reserve a puppy, we require a $500 deposit for most of our puppies. Puppies with "exotic" DNA may require a higher deposit. 

Our pet prices range between $3,000-$5,500 depending on DNA. If you are interested in breeding rights, please contact us for more information.

Contact us for more information if you would like to reserve one of our babies or secure a spot on our waiting list to be one of the first to pick a puppy from an upcoming litter. Once we receive your deposit, we will mark your puppy as reserved and send you weekly updates so that you can watch your puppy grow. :) 

[Puppies are reserved on a first-come, first-served basis].

The remaining balance is due, in full, at the time of pick up (when the puppy is at least 8 weeks old).

For puppies over 8 weeks of age, if you intend to come and pick them up immediately, we do not require a deposit.

Why do we ask for a deposit? 

Once we mark a puppy as reserved, it means we cease advertising that puppy as available. If someone commits to purchasing a puppy but changes their mind several weeks later, it ultimately costs the puppy precious time to find another potential home. So, the deposit is a good-faith gesture to show us that you are committed to purchasing your puppy and that you will be here to pick up your new furbaby on pick-up day.

This is actually a standard practice for the majority of dog breeders but scammers have managed to take advantage of so many people over the years that it makes buyers leery of the process.

We understand that and we are happy to do anything we can to make everyone feel more comfortable throughout the process, so please do not hesitate to contact us. 

Payment Options

We accept payment via multiple platforms:

[Cash] 

Paypal

Zelle

Venmo, etc.

 Credit or Debit card

We will soon be offering FINACING for our puppies, as well.

We are happy to explore alternative payment options with you, too, just ask us!

Feel free to reach out with any questions!

Why are Frenchies so expensive

Frenchies are very unique and can be difficult to breed. Because of their body shapes and breathing challenges, it can be very dangerous for them to mate naturally. For this reason, most require assistance with mating (extraction and artificial insemination). This process requires several tests to determine ovulation and the perfect time to breed the female. It also requires testing of the male specimen to ensure viability. 

 

In addition to breeding assistance, most Frenchies also require c-sections to deliver their puppies because the puppies' large chests and heads can cause complications and serious health risks for both the mother and the puppies during a natural delivery. This process also requires several tests to time the delivery just right so that puppies are not taken prematurely.

 

Frenchies also require more around-the-clock care during their first few weeks of life than other breeds because of the risk of milk aspiration, mothers laying on puppies, the general size of newborn Frenchie puppies, and a host of other risks. 

A good breeder will also have their breeding dogs health screened to ensure that the parents are clear of any potential genetic issues that could be passed to their offspring.

 

All of the above-listed challenges and requirements to breed healthy French Bulldogs carry a high cost for us breeders, on top of the cost of purchasing a healthy male and female for breeding. Some genetic traits such as unique coat colors, long hair, and big ropes (oversized nose rolls) are more rare and difficult to acquire and reproduce which can also impact the cost. 

 

So, as you can see, French Bulldogs are a very special, very unique breed and can be quite costly to reproduce responsibly. We want only the best for our furbabies so we spare no expense in breeding or raising our puppies the correct way.

Not local to us?

No problem! We are happy to FaceTime so that you can see the puppies live and meet us, as well. We are also happy to travel to deliver your new fur baby. So, please don't hesitate to ask!

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