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Kalinda French Bulldogs

 
 
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Sharnimaine Border Collies
ABlue Mountains & Surrounds
New South Wales 2790
P 0411049510
M0411 049 510
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RegisteredBreeder with 'Master Dog Breeders and Associates'. Breeder # 12996




  1. Thank you for your interest in one of our French Bulldogs. I am a registered breeder with 'Master Dog Breeder's and Associates'- # 12996.  
    1. We aim to breed placid French Bulldogs.  All our 'French Bulldogs' are DNA clear and all puppies will come registered with Limited /pet quality puppies and will be DNA clear or mains registered papers under inquiry. . So these puppies can never develop any nasties as parents are DNA tested to ensure pups can never be affected.
    2.  With over 20 years of breeding, we are responsible for producing loyal, affectionate and fun-loving pups! We focus on temperament,, health and sound body puppies. We have therefore developed a reputation of producing placid and affectionate, gentle, loyal dogs.
    We are located in between Lithgow and Bathurst approximately 90 minutes drive from Penrith and 60 minutes drive from Katoomba! 
  2. We also offer  interstate services travelling thru Jetpets or Dogtainers. Travel is available with drop offs at Sydney airport for  additional charge!
  3.  Specializing in coats of many colours.   All puppies are wormed every 2 weeks, are vaccinated at 6-7 weeks of age, Micro-chipped and insured for the first 6 weeks once they arrive in their new homes with Petplan puppy insurance! All pups come with limited registration papers with MDBA. Limited registration means not for breeding or showing! Inquiries for main can be considered or pick of the litter price! Puppies leave for their new homes when they are 8-10 weeks old! A non refundable deposit is required to secure your puppy. Full payment on pickup or before traveling if interstate!  Each puppy will come with a puppy starter pack which includes food and food samples, a collar, toys, information leaflets and booklets, a smelly toy with the scents of its brothers and sisters and mother for easier transition into their new homes, their vaccination card and micro-chipping details, registration papers, and information sheets on feeding, bathing, worming and healthcare!
    #5d7054;">The History of the French Bulldog!

    French Bulldog

    The French Bulldog has enjoyed a long history as a companion dog. Created in England to be a miniature Bulldog, he accompanied English lacemakers to France, where he acquired his Frenchie moniker. Besides being a companion, he once served as an excellent ratter, but today his job focuses on being a fabulous family friend and show dog. He’s a rare dog breed, so expect to put in some time on a waiting list before you’re able to bring one home.

    Vital Stats:

    Dog Breed Group: Companion Dogs
    Height: 11 inches to 1 foot tall at the shoulder
    Weight: 16 to 28 pounds
    Life Span: 11 to 14 years

    • Bat-eared but oddly beautiful, the French Bulldog has a unique appeal. Aesthetically, other breeds undeniably are more glamorous and showy, but beauty is in the eye of the beholder and what many behold in the French Bulldog are the attributes that make this breed one of the best companion dogs in the world today.

      The French Bulldog is small but substantial in build with a powerful muscular body. He sports a short easy-care coat to accompany his easygoing personality. The Frenchie likes to play, but he also enjoys spending his days relaxing on the sofa.

      That love of play and relaxed attitude carry over into their training sessions. French Bulldogs are intelligent, and training them is easy as long as you make it seem like a game and keep it fun. They are free thinkers and are not an ideal breed for competing in obedience or agility although some have risen to the challenge. This freethinking approach can also lead to a stubborn nature, and if they decide to dig in their heels there is no budging them.

      Frenchies are loving companions who thrive on human contact. If you want an outdoor dog who can be left alone for long periods, the Frenchie is not the breed for you. This is a dog who enjoys lavishing love on his human companions as much as he loves the same treatment in return. They generally get along well with everyone, including children. They can, however, be territorial and possessive of their people, especially in the presence of other dogs. Socialization is a must for this breed, but with their easy companionship this is an enjoyable task.

      With a nature that is both humorous and mischievous, the French Bulldog needs to live with someone who is consistent, firm, and patient with all the antics and idiosyncrasies that make him both frustrating and delightful.

      French Bulldogs make excellent watchdogs and will alert their people to approaching strangers, but it's not their style to bark without cause. They can be protective of their home and family and some will try to defend both with their life.

      French Bulldogs do not need a lot of room and do very well in apartments or small dwellings. A couple of 15-minute walks per day should keep them from becoming overweight. Keep the Frenchie in cool, comfortable surroundings. He's susceptible to heat exhaustion and needs an air-conditioned environment. This is not a dog who can stay outside on a hot day.

      French Bulldogs are wonderful companion dogs with a gentle nature. If you work at home, the Frenchie is happy to lie at your feet all day or follow you from room to room. People who love them describe them as mischievous goof balls and can't imagine life without them. They are a constant presence, and they'll love you with all the strength in their small bodies, proving time and again that beauty is on the inside.

    Read more at http://dogtime.com/dog-breeds/french-bulldog#w3hbRAv6tE5jjwZ5.99

    Breed Characteristics:

    Built like a small tank, the French bulldog is a mid-sized member of the non-sporting group. The dog shares the non-sporting group with the Boston terrier and the bulldog, two breeds for which the French bulldog is most often mistaken.

    The French bulldog is not simply a miniature bulldog. The most notable characteristic is the "bat" ear, which occurs naturally and is never cropped or altered. Also unique to the breed is the skull, which is flat between the ears. The French bulldog is a compact, muscular dog with a flat, short coat. Colors common to the breed include fawn, white and varieties of brindle. The male and female dog weight is 25-27 lbs.

    Personality:

    The French bulldog is an even-tempered house dog that thrives on attention. In fact, he demands it! This dog is ideal for a single-person household, as he may compete for your attention with other members of the family. The French bulldog does not bark a lot, only when he finds real cause for excitement.

    Living With:

    A French bulldog is able to be happy in any housing. This breed is suitable for city life, because no large yard is required. He is not meant to be a jogging companion, but he is always willing to go for a brisk walk. The French bulldog does not require a lot of food, and his short coat is easy to keep clean. Facial wrinkles should be cleaned regularly. The Frenchie snorts and snores, but somehow it's part of his appeal. He prefers to spend his time in the house, receiving all your attention.

    History:

    In the early 1800s, Normandy lace workers from England set off to find work in France. They took with them smaller bulldogs to be kept on the farms as companions and to chase away the rats. In these northern French farming communities, the popularity of this hardy dog grew quickly. In fact, established bulldog breeders in England were happy to perpetuate this "new" breed by selling their undersized dogs to the French.

    The dog is widely known as a very fashionable household companion kept by upper class and royalty. One French bulldog, insured for an incredible sum (at that time) of $750, traveled aboard the Titanic. In the late 1800s and early 1900s the French bulldog was considered a dog of high society; the breed still attracts people who appreciate the finer things in life.




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