Happy Frenchie Friday
Hi, happy Frenchie Friday, everyone! I can’t believe Thanksgiving is around the the corner. We are actually headed to Friendsgiving here in an hour or so. I am the type that starts Christmas movies the day after Halloween which the Frenchies get fully exposed to them as well.
Jewels woke up early with me to stuff the Easter eggs.
Romeo painstakingly put on the bunny ears.
The boys enjoyed the customary Easter egg hunt. Yes, they are required to wear the bunny ears and super hero capes. We’ve been doing this since they could walk and be involved in the hunts. I’ll have them ready and waiting for them when they’re come home from college for Easter and they will likely be passed down to their own kids. 🙂
After all was settled, the Frenchies and I enjoyed some down time. Just how many Frenchies can fit in one seat with you? The answer…at least six.
Momma, Why’d you move seats? It was so comfy.
Nacho, definitely made himself comfy.
What do you mean I’m a goofball?
Today I wrote about my most special pair of girls, Darcy & Paris. I miss them so but am thankful they were a part of my life. See link for article below. I didn’t seem to get to writing a new article for Frenchies Naturally. I was planning on writing all about Frenchie poo, shape, color, and what it means. Guess it’ll have to wait. 🙂
The French Bulldog Breeding website for those interested is almost complete. I still have a few links to work on and am adding a breeding course. If you have a male you are considering using as a stud, check it out. There is a possibility we can partner and he can be promoted on the site.
Hope you all have a great weekend enjoying your Frenchies and loved ones!
I featured an in memory of Darcy & Paris post The French Bulldog of Colorado. Read more about them and how special they really were.
I didn’t write a new post today. If you haven’t checked out last weeks post yet go ahead and do so. Xylitol poisoning is on the rise in Frenchies as more and more products are adding it as a sweetener. Make sure you read more on how to prevent xylitol poisoning in your Frenchie.
Got pics of your Frenchie? We’d love to see them and share them with the rest of the group.
I am anticipating our next breedings to be in May, June, and July so we should have some fall puppies. I am currently experiencing Frenchie baby fever as I haven’t gone this long without them for quite some time.
We also provide a stud service for our male Platinum male Nacho and other males. Isn’t he a handsome little guy! Looking for more sires to add to the program. Let me know if you’d like information on adding your male.
I’m looking for Frenchie breeders to partner with who do genetic testing. I love matching quality pups to good homes. I realize it’s a lot of work to raise babies and place them in homes. Contact me for details. 417-379-8159
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My best friend Erica has taken over posting images on Instagram for me for Frenchies Naturally. She’s great at design and frees me up to do what I do best which is Frenchie education. Take a look at what she’s done so far. Click here to follow and stay informed: instagram for Frenchies Naturally.
Make sure to checkout the available pups. We have some cutie pies. I’m happy to set up a time for you to meet them live via FaceTime or Zoom. Just let me know which pups you’d like to meet. 🙂 417-379-8159
As you can see, we do our best to socialize and train our pups based on their age and abilities. If you’re looking for a Frenchie pup, make sure to check out our available pups.