Scroll down for general French bulldog and English bulldog puppy information to help you become familiar with the breed
a new bulldog owner. I have included some information on
how your English bulldog puppy or French bulldog puppy will prepare for their new home and what
you need to do once they are there.
Your bulldog will be bathed prior to shipping; however,
we can't guarantee what condition he or she will be
after arriving in their travel crate. The day before
they go to their new home, your bulldog will receive a
bath in tearless puppy shampoo and they will be blow-dried
immediately so the puppy won't chill. Your bulldog's nails
will also be clipped and their ears will be cleaned
before they go to their new home.
We use Royal Canin Medium Starter for puppy food until about
3 months of age and then we switch them to Royal Canin Medium Breed Puppy.
You should call your vet to schedule an appointment
within two days of your puppy’s arrival. The puppy
papers you'll receive indicate the vaccinations and
dewormers the puppy has already received. The vet visit
is necessary to validate your health guarantee.
The health certificate indicates that we are sending
a healthy puppy that has been examined by a veterinarian.
However, be prepared for your puppy to possibly show
signs of stress upon arrival. It is normal for a puppy
to react to a change of environment and routine. In
addition, some dogs, just like people, do not travel
well. All these stress factors may cause the following:
motion sickness, diarrhea, loss of appetite, lethargy
(tired), and other symptoms.
fun and enjoy this new member of you family and if you
have any questions please feel free to call us.
French bulldogs are considered the healthiest of the bulldog
breeds; they still can have health issues. These are
some educational links about French Bulldogs
French Bulldog Health Information
General French Bulldog Information
Links of Interest
AKC Breed Standard for French bulldogs
AKC Breed Standard for English bulldogs
English bulldog library
Tips on crate training
Tips on paper training