We are located in Northeastern Utah (close to the Colorado Border)!
Bulldogs have become our way of life! We adopted our 1st American Bulldog from a shelter in May of 2005, we named him Chance (for a second chance). Chance quickly became a beloved member of our family and my oldest son’s best friend. After the passing of Chance in 2010, my 2 sons talked us into buying a great-niece of Chance (we had found the breeder of Chance shortly after adopting him), and the rest is history! In 2015, we were introduced to the French Bulldog and OH BOY we fell head over heels!
All of our dogs are members of our family. Since we live in a rural area, we are able to take them on daily hikes, sports events, exploring in the boat/rzr, and events within the community (our dogs get a lot of attention when we take them out in public). They are all pretty loved and spoiled by us and our 2 sons!
We are a very busy family, always on the go to sporting events, camping, road tripping, and community events. We always take our dogs with us when allowed to make sure that they are exposed to many different environments and people as well as educate others on the dogs we own.
We really enjoy competing in the conformation ring. It has awarded us many great friendships as well as getting out and seeing other great dogs. Our boys have even gained an interest in competing in Jr. Handlers classes and have done quite well so far. As far as working events, we would really like to compete with our American Bulldogs in weight pulling, but for now, we are focused on ring confirmation. Our French bulldogs are strictly companion animals, someday we would like to move on to showing them in the confirmation ring as well, but for now, we will just love and enjoy their companionship.
Our litters are whelped and raised inside of our home with our family. We spend a great deal of time with our pups for the first 8 weeks making sure that they are exposed to many sounds and different environments within our home. We strive to produce a well-rounded companion where health, temperament, and structure is most important.
One of our French bulldog males is a certified therapy dog and works with kids who are having difficulty in school. Our Frenchies are also really making great companions to my two boys and we have really enjoyed watching them grow. Even our American Bulldogs have become pretty fond of the Frenchies. Please feel free to visit our FACEBOOK page to see current photos, customer reviews, and upcoming news.
We “interview” all prospective buyers so be prepared to answer some questions about yourself and your lifestyle when you inquire about a pup. We want to make sure that you choose a puppy that will fit your personality and your lifestyle. The fit has to be right regardless if you are looking for just a pet or if you are looking for a show/working prospect. We want to make sure all of our pups go to the best possible forever homes!
We also support each family/person who chooses one of our puppies and we let them know that they are now a part of our little extended bulldog family. We do know that situations do arise and we will gladly take back one of our own. We will also actively seek the return of one of our dogs if they ever fall in the wrong hands.
The information and images included in this listing were sourced from Mac’s Finest American and French Bulldogs.