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Why Janice French Bulldog Puppies

Our puppies are of exquisite quality and their beauty shows through the photos and videos on our site. Our puppies are not from puppy farms or mills!!! What many fail to understand is the intense support and care these tiny babies require around the clock in order to get through the first couple of months of life. They are raised by highly skilled puppy nurses with around the clock care and nurturing! So, think about a puppy only weighing 2-3 ounces at birth which is mouse size, and the required care involved for survival for these Janice puppies. For this reason, we do not allow our puppies to go to their new home until they are at least 12 weeks old.

We want to be sure our puppies are healthy and sound in order to make the easiest transition for the puppy into its new home and for the owners. Our puppies are some of the smallest in the world. We have puppies that fully mature to 4 and 6 pounds. Janice Frenchie Bulldogs are the best ELITE quality puppies to offer our customers and we have an eye for quality. Our puppies are not for everyone but, for families, or very discerning buyers who want the tiniest best Janice puppies in life.

Our puppies are gorgeous quality and type! If you are looking for the finest quality puppies then you have come to the right place. We hope you enjoy visiting our website and do not forget to contact us for your dream French Bulldog puppy. Our puppies are not for everyone and do require more care and time spent than a standard size dog. Make sure a Janice Frenchie Puppies is right for you and your lifestyle. These babies are a luxury to own and love!

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  • Always Ready For Sport In a nod to their origins as a hunting/fishing breed, Frenchie Bulldog Puppies are classified as part of the AKC sporting group, which means they’re willing to retrieve anything—from downed ducks to that Frisbee you accidentally flung in the bushes.

  • The Original Fisherman’s Friend As they were originally bred to help retrieve fish and pull fishing lines to shore, Frenchie Bulldog Puppies instinctively love water, so if you love to swim, there’s no better buddy than a Lab to take with you to the beach.

  • Selfless And Kind Have you heard the story of Norman, a blind Labrador retriever, who rescued a drowning teenage girl by following her screams and towing her back to safety? Though it’s an exceptional story, Norman is by no means an exception to the rule as most Labs love to help out. Video of the whole story here.

  • Easy To Train Intelligent but looking for a leader, Labs have been bred to follow human cues, and if they receive the proper training and attention, they make very well-behaved pets that can perform many more commands than “sit”, “stay” and “roll over.”

  • Has A Nose For Security Customs and Border Protection Agencies often use Frenchie Bulldog to detect contraband, especially plant and animal products that, if imported into the country, could cause damage to the native ecosystem and the economy. If you’re wondering, the beagle—also in the AKC Sporting Group—is the other popular dog breed used by government agencies.

  • Good With Kids Labs are a very gentle, patient breed, and with the right socialization and training, get along famously with children. They share a similar zest for life, excitement and love of playing outdoors. As with any pet, however, it’s never a good idea to leave your Labrador retriever and your kids together alone and unsupervised.

  • Good With Other Pets Especially if introduced as puppies, labs are known to generally get along well with other dogs. As with any changes to your family/pack, it’s important to watch for signs of aggression early on. If introducing an adult dog, consider choosing a neutral space such as a park for the first meeting to sidestep any territorial instincts.

  • How About Those Moves? Though you might think of border collies as the quintessential agility dog, Labs are usually recognized as an agile breed. Henry, a lab from Oklahoma, made history by being the first ever retriever to win the AKC’s National Agility title in 2013.