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Welcome to our FAQ section. Below is a list of frequently asked questions.

What is the French Bulldog temperament?

French bulldog is funny, friendly, affectionate, he gets along with pretty much everyone and is peaceful with other pet. He is a good family dog and is very good with children. He is comfortable living in an apartment as much as on a farm. He is a quiet dog and don’t bark a lot. He requires little exercise.

He can be stubborn and it can be harder to house break him, food motivation works well to teach him anything.

He has to be kept an eye on around a pool, most of them don’t know how to swim and will drown.

Health problems

They especially have trouble breathing it’s called Brachycephalic syndrome due to their flat face. You need to protect them from heatstroke and keep them in an air-conditioned space if it gets too hot in the summer. They also suffer from spinal disorder, joint disease and chronic allergies.

Do we have to pay a deposit?

Yes. The reservation of a puppy will only be valid once proof of payment of 300$ deposit is acknowledged by us.

  • Note that deposit is non-refundable but can be transfer on another litter or puppy.
  • Puppies can join their new family from 8 weeks old.

Which Currency do you accept?

We accept Canadian, US dollars, Euro and UK pounds. Prices on our website are indicated in Canadian dollars.

Payment Options

Full payment is done by banking wire or credit card.


Domestic : We do offer free transport within a certain distance in the Montreal Quebec area.

National and International : Shipping charges will be calculated separately depending on the destination

Do you have a contract?

Yes! Please contact us, it will be a pleasure for us to send.

Are your dogs health tested?

All our dogs are tested for :

  • Canine Multifocal Retinopathy;
  • Degenerative Myelopathy;
  • Hyperuricosuria;
  • Hereditary Cataracts mutation.

They are also closely followed for their hips, patella and heart.

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