"Our eyes tell us what a dog appears to
His pedigree tell us what he ought to be,
But, it is his offspring that tells us what he
Certainly Fabulous Frenchies, we take responsible dog ownership seriously. We
may have a litter once in a while and we will only sell a puppy to a loving,
caring forever home.
a Frenchie takes effort. It's not
like turning on the television and being entertained. You have to feed, water,
walk, train and entertain your dog.
Letting a dog join you on life's journey is a big decision. You will be living
together in the same space, eating at the same time, sharing friends and playing
together. Sharing your life with a dog requires a commitment to caring for
another being—one who cannot care for himself. The decision is no different than
if you want to have a child.
Think hard about whether the time really is right
for you to own a dog. If you have any doubt, don't get a dog. It's not fair to
the dog. Click
here to learn more about French Bulldogs, visit the French Bulldog Of America
Frenchies Are Fabulous
However, they are not for everyone,
Frenchies have special needs and are not necessarily the best
choice for a first time dog owner.
Living with them is not the same as looking at them and admiring them. They are
not tolerant of high temperatures or the cold; they are not dogs you go jogging
with; they are stubborn and sometimes have selective hearing; and it can be
frustrating to house train them. Frenchies are indoor dogs and
require air conditioning in summer weather. However, those of
us who are owned by them could not imagine life without them. If
you are considering purchasing a French Bulldog puppy,
click here to
learn more before you make a decision.
We also have a farm full of South
African Boer goats, click here to visit our farm website
Sunny Springs Farm.
visitors beginning March 4th, 2011
Below is a great informational site