Finding a reputable French bulldog breeder will ensure that their French bulldog puppies are healthy ones. A true breeder will have a good bunch of health baby bulldogs which is a reflection of the love for the work that they do and a love for the breed. French bulldogs are really expensive so you need to avoid those over-the-night breeders who are in for quick money.
Here are some things you need to know in order to find a reputable French bulldog breeder.
If the breeder only loves the French bulldog breed, then you can be sure that this breeder is g good one. You have a good breeder who breeds only one kind like the French bulldog, or also breeds similar kinds like the English bulldog or the American bulldog. This means that when it comes to the bulldog breed, he is an expert. A breeder who only focuses on one breed is no puppy mill. One can tell a lover of the breed by the way he talks about them. When you ask them about the French bulldog breed, they will be willing to impart whatever knowledge they have with you. When they talk about the French bulldog breed, you can tell how they are endeared to it. There is a natural flow of passion.
One characteristic of reputable breeders is that they let people come and look at the bulldog puppies. They will show you around the facility to where the baby bulldogs are and where their parents are, their places for sleeping, eating, and playing. Their facilities are clean. If you visit the facility, you can ask the breeder any question on your mind. A good breeder will answer all questions without hiding anything. You can ask the breeder about the baby bulldog’s parents, diet, socialization, and health. Visiting the facility will ensure you that you are dealing with an actual breeder and not a French bulldog broker. It is very important that you don’t deal with a middleman who only wants to make a profit.
It is also good to research the breeder online. If you go to some online sites, you can actually find information about the breeder you are considering. It would help to ask the bulldog breeder if he is a member of any bulldog association or club. If they are then you will know that they are really serious about the breed.
Make sure that the baby bulldog’s parents are certified by a regular vet. A good breeder will have complete records of the baby bulldog’s vaccinations and health records. It is also recommended that you take the baby bulldog to your own vet. An objective assessment of the puppy’s health can be given by your own vet. A vet that specializes in bulldog is your best vet.