I have been french bulldog breeder over a decade. I am located in Southern California. I am about 2 hours from San Diego, about the same distance from Los Angeles. So you are welcome to come and visit us and see our french bulldog parents as well as french bulldog puppies for sale. I show. It is a very exciting and interesting experience showing frenchies. I have been involved in the show for a while now. My first show dog is Sid. Sid came to me as an experienced show dog. He already was a champion then. I was hesitant at first to continue to show. AKC at the time, just rolled out a Grand champion program. So, I thought about it, and then started to continue to show. Never looked back ever since. My daughter had shown him, as well as I did.
She has done pretty good so far. Her very first show, she won 2nd place. She is also taking handling classes as well. Junior showmanship is very educational and it teaches children confidence. Judges are very friendly. And it is about how a child shows the dog. It is a very rewarding and very challenging experience at the same time. It is also very important to have a mentally fit dog. Not every dog is a show dog. Not every dog can be trained a s show dog.
Sid became champion in 4 weekends. He became a champion at the age of 11 mos. The fundamental element is having a dog with above-average breed type and coupled with mental, emotional stability and attention-craving personality.
The best of Breed or Champion class commonly known as the “Specials” class. Quality breed type, condition and expert presentation are expected in competing in this class. Mistakes are unforgiven. The same mistakes can be forgiven in Open class or Puppy class, but not in Best of Breed class.
But it is an experience of a lifetime to compete in these shows.
Sid is usually bred to my finest females. I currently do not have puppies from him available. However, I have planned breeding with him and I will be happy to talk to you about it. :)))
When people call or email and just simply say “Do you have any puppies?”- that is probably not the best way to do it. Because I like it to be more personal, it is a puppy we are talking about. A creature, which has soul, personality, habits, just a live being.
I would like you to introduce yourself, tell me where you are located and how can I help you.. What specifically are you looking for. Please do not send me emails which state “How much?” and that is a whole content of the email. I respond to every email, however, will not respond to those. Dog is a lifetime commitment. I am very careful where I place my puppies. Nowadays, future puppy parents educate themselves on how to chose the right breeder. There are a lot of recourses which are dedicated to that topic-different web sites, AKC, and many others. Ask questions, take your time, it is not an easy decision. French bulldog is not a breed for everybody. It is a very popular breed in this day and age, however, it is a breed which requires a lot of care. It is a companion breed, which does not fit every lifestyle. French bulldog certainly look glamorous on the front page of the magazine or on the TV show. But it is necessary to consider what this breed requires before making a decision to become a frenchie parent. I personally was not always financially and emotionally ready to become a frenchie parent. I had no idea how difficult this breed it. However, I love what I do, and never look back. I am happy to share this experience.
I take my time to educate people about Frenchies. It takes a lot of time and effort to do that. And I am happy to be that help.
Consider- you’re looking to bring a life long responsibility. French bulldog is like a child. And what you put into this child, that is what the child will be.
My dogs are a part of my life and it is very personal to me. They are hand raised, in my home, to be exact in my bedroom :)- with a lot of care and attention. I am proud to be a part of this wonderful breed and be able to pass the opportunity of owning of one of my precious puppies to a right person.
We are located about three hours from Arizona and the same distance from Nevada.
The information and images included in this listing were sourced from Arlees French Bulldog.