Let's start this out by giving a little information about French Bulldogs so you can get a good idea of what kind of dog you're bringing into the family (or in the case of dog breeders, what kind of dog you'll be selling to other families).
About French Bulldogs
The French Bulldog (sometimes referred to as "Frenchie") is a descendant of the English Bulldog. It is known in France as a "Bouledogue Francais". These dogs are great for first-time owners, families and kids. They even adapt well to apartment living.
If you're going to be a dog breeder as a profession, it's important to know some of the highlights about French Bulldogs so that you can educate families on the benefits. Some of the most appealing characteristics of these awesome little guys include:
- They're mostly kid-friendly.
- They're usually friendly to strangers.
- They're usually friendly with other dogs.
- They're really easy to groom.
- They're fairly easy to train.
- They're extremely playful.
Some other important things to note about French Bulldogs is that they have a tendency to fart and they can be a bit messy at times. Good training will help keep a house clean. You should also know that they don't handle intense heat or intense cold very well. This is one of the reasons that they're pretty good for apartment living (with controlled temperatures). If you live in a place like Florida, you're going to want to have him inside a lot, or in a shaded and cool area so that he doesn't get harmed from the intense heat.
Although French Bulldogs don't have a tendency to be extremely loud, there are sometimes exceptions. Again, some good training should help an owner get past this.
If you're learning how to breed French Bulldogs so that you can sell them, a person who has owned a dog before will be an easy sale because they already know a lot of the pros and cons of owning a dog. For a new owner it might be a good idea to inform them about some of the characteristics of this dog.
With that being said, let's go into some of the aspects of breeding. Please note that I'm not a vet or doctor of any kind. The best resource to learn how to breed French Bulldogs is the course I took. You can get it for $1 (check the link on the side of the screen, or my article on how to start a dog breeding business).
How to Breed French Bulldogs
- Start by taking your dog to the vet to ensure that it's ready for the breeding process.
- Your vet may require that the breeding by done by a licensed doctor.
- Artificial insemination is a potential option that should be discussed with your vet.
- If your French Bulldog is ready and you are not required to have a vet perform the breeding, some guidance and assistance in the breeding process may be needed.
- Check in with your vet regularly according to their instructions on the status of the pregnancy.
There are many benefits to learning how to breed French Bulldogs. The course I took has taught me quite a bit and has allowed me the income and the freedom that I have today. You can get the guidance you need by enrolling, and it's well worth the investment.
Please seek out knowledge and advice from competent professionals before attempting any breeding! Although I might talk about my breeding a lot, my knowledge and experience as attributed to the amazing education that I've had. You can have that same education. I wish you all the best in your dog breeding and I look forward to hearing about your success!