French Bulldog Breeder - Dogs - NSW : Perfect Pets Profile
Frogwyck Kennels are located on nine acres in the rolling hills of Kurrajong in New South Wales. We are very active within our breed club, and have developed close friendships with like minded people who share our passion for the breed. Our philosophy is to do our best to breed the healthiest, true to type French Bulldogs that we can, and as serious and dedicated breeders, we x-ray for spine and hip problems and screen for patella and palate problems prior to breeding from Champion(s) who have proven themselves in the showring.
To date, we have bred 23 Australian Champions and 4 New Zealand Champions, including Multi Best in Specialty Show and Royal winners. We have also had the honour to win many "Best Breeders Group" and "Best Sire's Progeny" at Specialty Shows over the years.
We raise our puppies in our home, with an emphasis on early socialisation with other animals and children, and we are very proud of the excellent temperament and overall health of our puppies. We are therefore very selective with whom we entrust with our "babies" and we expect new owners to be fully committed to the care and welfare of their new puppy, which is why we only consider homes where the owners can provide love, care and stimulation throughout the day. Together with all official paperwork, we provide new owners with a comprehensive breed specific Puppy Booklet, Diet Sheet and Care Sheet, Puppy Food, X-rays of your puppy's hips and spine and six week's free pet insurance. We also vow to provide ongoing advice and support for the life of your French Bulldog.
Please go to , for information about why you should choose a purebred dog and downloadable pdfs on 'Buying a Frenchie', 'The French Bulldog its overall health and medical problems', 'The French Bulldog, Breed Standard'.
B U Y E R W A R N I N G : Due to the increasing popularity of the French Bulldog, more inexperienced newcomers are breeding puppies for profit only. Avoid making a bad decision! An ethical, responsible breeder breeds to improve the health of the French Bulldog, not just to create a "product" for sale. They know their dogs, study pedigrees, and health test their dogs before planning a litter. Ideally there should be Champions listed in your puppy's pedigree. They are involved in breed club activities and health schemes, and compete in the show ring with their dogs. Most will have a waiting list, so be prepared to wait for your new puppy.
The French Bulldog Club of NSW Inc.
The French Bulldog Club of Victoria Inc.
The French Bulldog Club of Q'ld
The French Bulldog Awareness Group of .
Auckland Bulldog Club .