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Cell Phone: 603-731-1420
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Croydon, N.H. - USA
About Me


Below is Anya with Dec 2019 litter, ALL SOLD!
Above is the same litter at 7 weeks old.

About Me

As of 12/03/20 Waiting List for exotic colors like Merle and Lilac currently has 12 people waiting approx. 4-5 months..... Waiting list for all other colors, 47 total, 23 waiting for males and 24 waiting for females!
Expected waiting time if you get on our waiting list today is approximately 12 to 18 months...
EXPECTED Upcoming Litters: All 5 of our moms could have litters in Jan or Feb 2021. For details see LATEST NEWS! page.

UPDATED Dec. 3, 2020 sorry no pups available !

Nothing currently available! All sold

Prices for our pups without breeding rights range from
3000 - 6,500 depending on colors and bloodlines... Fawn w/black mask, Black, Black brindle and Fawn pied 3000-3400.. Blue fawns 3400-3700.. Blue brindle or Blue pied 3600- 4200.. Pure Solid Blue a/a or Blue & Tan 4200-4800.. Lilac & Tan 5000- 5500.. Solid Lilac a/a 5300-5800.. Fawn Merles 5500-6200, Blue Merles 6200-7000.. Breeding rights available to select persons
on most of our pups for approx. 40-50% more.
All of our adults and babies are AKC registered.
All of our puppies come with a written 1 yr guarantee
against debilitating or life threatening genetic diseases.
No deposits accepted until CONTRACT has been completed and approved by us at Rockybound French Bulldogs.
Then we will contact you with the info to get onto our waiting list.
Paypal and Venmo accepted for deposits
You are NOT on the list until we receive your deposit. Date on contract doesn't place you in any certain position on our list.
We do not sell or buy from puppy mills.
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Litter Born July 12th 2020 All sold!

3 Girls & 2 Boys
This litter from Izzy and Clooney are all Lilacs and sold for 5,500 with limited AKC registration.
Breeding rights available to select individuals for 40- 50% more.  
 We are keeping 1 male from this litter .
 

Colors in this litter

ALL TESTED LILAC without brindle and 4 panel clear for genetic disease 8/12/20 using dna testing with Animal Genetics.
4 of the 5 pups were very rare a/a solid Lilac.
1 was at/a Lilac with Tan points.
It's likely we will breed this same pair again in November or December 2020
 
 

Future mom, Patty dob 7/28/20

Izzy with 5 Lilac pups, July 2020

Future mom, Taffy dob 6/10/20

Izzie's pup, Portia Aug. 2020

Izzie's 5 Lilac pups Aug. 2020

Future dad, Pokie dob 7/13/20

Things needed for puppies homecoming and puppy care tips.

Puppy pen, medium wire crate. Skid and spill proof food and water bowls a must. Puppy pee pads, oatmeal based puppy tearless shampoo. Crate size wooly pad or soft blanket. Recommended puppy food.

These are just some basic puppy care things needed for your new pup. And for the safety of your new puppy, plus it will help in training. The crate is for sleeping, crate training, travel, and in case you should need to leave it for few hours.

We set up our puppy crate with bedding at one end puppy pee pad at the other end. The crate needs a comfy warm blanket or wooly pad. Check the pad daily for any chewing and change it out if needed. Chewed off pieces are a choking hazard. We prefer towels since they are easy to wash and change out daily.

NEVER give your Frenchie raw hide or chew bones where they can chew off chunks and choke. NOTE remember if it is dangerous for a crawling infant or toddler it is dangerous for your pup. Keep anything that can fit in its mouth off the floor. Watch for chewed electrical cords. Check periodically. Never leave your pup unsupervised in your home while away. Never leave them outside. It is better to leave them in their pen or crate if you plan to be gone away for any period of time. Never leave unsupervised around other pets in the home especially if a bigger breed or a pet that has been there longer. Frenchies can play rough and trigger other dogs to an aggressive behavior. Training is recommended for any puppy. BETTER SAFE THAN SORRY.

PLEASE remember to introduce your puppy slowly to already adjusted pets in your homeDo this in an outside neutral area. Discourage by using a squirt bottle of water or firm NO and remove from unwanted behavior. Never leave puppy alone with your pets of any kind. It is best to have play time supervised when you are homesudden attack can kill your new puppy or vise versa. You need to take every precaution to try to prevent accidents between your pets.

If you have a stubborn puppy with a bad habit a tap with a rolled up news paper is okay.

The first couple of weeks keep visits from non family members to a minimum. Allow puppy bonding time with the family in the home first before introducing to other people not living with you. You don't want the pup to become confused and over whelmed. It's already hard enough on them leaving their familiar home and siblings to a new environment.

Don't allow your pup to get over tired. Frenchies can easily suffer from heat exhaustion. They may show lots of energy but that doesn't mean you let them run themselves ragged. Twenty minutes 3 to 4 times a day for the first three weeks is plenty. NO LONG WALKS. Allow the puppies to sleep and rest in its crate or pen. Be sure fresh clean water is always available. Use a large spill proof water bowl since they drink lots of water. If they are playing in the water or spilling it buy one that attaches to the pen or crate. 

Keep your puppy away from cold drafts in a quiet place where it can rest. The ideal home temperature for your puppy is between 68 and 76 degrees. Puppies are like bringing home a new baby and any and all precautions need to be taken to ensure its health. Keep an eye on your pup to be sure it is eating properly. Feed only what the breeder has recommended. Be sure it does NOT eat things that it is not used to. Never feed table food. Introduce snacks slowly and in small bits. Frenchies have sensitive tummies.

TWO BIGGEST DANGERS ARE CHOKING AND HEAT STROKE

Bathing: should be done monthly basis so they don't develop dry itchy skin. If they need a little wash just do a good rinse with room temperature water. A brisk towel dry is good. When bathing wash face, head and ears are cleaned with a warm rag. Never pour water on a Frenchies head, face or in ears. Ears can be toweled dry and whipped out gently. Never use a Q-tip in the ear canal.

Chew Toys: Never give your pup any kind of stuffed toy. No rawhide or any other items that pieces can be chewed off of. We recommend Nyla bonesIndestructible rubber is okay.

Potty Training: Always take pups out if possible 5 minutes after they eat and right after they wake upTake them outside to a desired destination or place them on a puppy padLots of hands on praise and soft tone of voice will go a long way with training A small treat is okay while they are getting the hang of it. Start potty training from day one so they know what to expect from the get go. NEVER EVER spank or hit a puppy because it made a mistake. Excessive yelling at the pup is also not acceptable. They can become timid and afraid of you which will mean an unhappy puppy and an unhappy owner. Patience is the KEY and LOTS of consistency.

Food: When changing your puppies food gradually decrease the current food and add in the new food over a period of five to seven days.

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