French Bulldogs are a toy breed of dog which are even-tempered and
outgoing and loving personalities. Frenchies originated in 19th century
Nottingham, England. They are a miniature version of the English
Bulldog, meant to be a lap dog and companion. Height: 12 inches with
two weight classes 19-22 lbs and 22-28 lbs. A French Bulldog is a
pleasant, easy care companion who is playful, alert and affectionate.
It is enthusiastic and lively and has a comical personality. They
are bright and easy going, Frenchies need leadership and will not
thrive without it, they cannot be owned and ignored. When it
senses an owner is meek or passive toward it, it can become stubborn
and even snappish, proper human to canine communication is
essential. Frenchies are an excellent choice for the older person
as they are more sedate, they can do well with children as well but can
be a little impatient with constant children antics at times since they
are a cross between a bulldog and a terrier. Frenchies play well with
other dogs, and fairly well with strangers. However, two female
French Bulldogs in one household is not recommended.
We are located in the beautiful Pacific Northwest, not far from Portland, Olympia, Tacoma, Auburn, Seattle, Portland, Eugene, and Springfield.
We ship to California, Sacramento, San Francisco, Los Angeles and all surrounding areas on the West Coast via Alaska Airlines. We also ship throughout the USA via Continental, NW Airlines etc. Click on the French Bulldogs Pup link to see current pups.
The Boston Terrier is a lively and intelligent dog who makes a
companion especially to children. Initially suspicious of strangers,
the Boston Terrier is a good watch dog, but not a continual yapper.
Voted number one family pet by American Parents magazine.
The Boston Terrier was originally a cross between Bull Terriers and Bulldogs. The first crosses occurred in England, with some members of this hybrid stock being sent to America. In 1889 a group of fanciers in the Boston area organized the American Bull Terrier Club. Due to objections by the Bull Terrier breeders and the Bulldog breeders since the new dogs weren't really Bulldogs or Terriers, the name of the club was changed to the Boston Terrier club of America in 1891 and the standard was written for the breed.
Boston Terriers are bred in a variety of sizes. The largest of them should not weigh more than 24lbs (11kg). Their short-haired coat can be a black/brindle or black with white markings, seal, brindle or red. The preference is for the brindle (black with a little showing of brown through the black in places.) Their coats are short and they shed very little, easy to keep clean, they are not a smelly dog.
Bostons are "bouncing dogs". Bostons don't just run, they bounce and bound when they run. The breed is full of energy and spirit, yet very loving and devoted pets. They love attention, but do tend to be somewhat territorial and protective of "their" family. Boston Terriers also do not require much grooming. Run a smooth glove or brush across the coat and just keep the ears clean and the claws trimmed. This breed tends to be energetic but not hyper, being able to settle down and watch TV right along with the family. These are great dogs for a couple, a family or a single person.
Click on the Terrier Pups link to view current pups. A Boston
Terrier puppy is full of energy! They are sometimes called "boston bull
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