A Frenchie loves almost everyone he meets and will seek out anyone who is willing to provide a lap

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Reputable French Bulldog Pups Breeder

"Happy Home French Bulldog Puppies" is a business that specializes on purebred French Bulldogs for sale. We have proudly provided U.S homes with cute and healthy French Bulldog puppies of love for years. As you browse through our website, you will be able to find and even buy your own Frenchie of choice.

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Getting to know French Bulldogs

People who love him say the French Bulldog’s best qualities are charm and adaptability. A Frenchie loves almost everyone he meets and will seek out anyone who is willing to provide a lap.


Frenchies are known for their quiet attentiveness. They follow their people around from room to room without making a nuisance of themselves. When they want your attention, they’ll tap you with a paw.


This is a highly alert breed who barks judiciously. If a Frenchie barks, you should check it out.

What’s not to like? Frenchies can be stubborn about any kind of training. Motivate them with gentle, positive techniques. When you find the right reward, they can learn quickly, although you will find that they like to put their own spin on tricks or commands, especially when they have an audience.


Frenchie play tends to be on the destructive side. The dogs enjoy mauling their toys, performing “squeakerectomies” and playing keep-away with each other’s toys. Avoid giving them toys on which they could choke, such as rawhides, pig ears, and dental chews. They’re also fond of hiding things and making their people search for them.


A word of advice: any dog, no matter how nice, can develop obnoxious levels of barking, digging, and other undesirable behaviors if he is bored, untrained or unsupervised. And any dog can be a trial to live with during adolescence. In the case of the Frenchie, the “teen” years can start at six months and continue until the dog is about two years old.


Start training your puppy the day you bring him home. Even at eight weeks old, he is capable of soaking up everything you can teach him. Don’t wait until he is 6 months old to begin training or you will have a more headstrong dog to deal with. If possible, get him into puppy kindergarten class by the time he is 10 to 12 weeks old, and socialize, socialize, socialize. However, be aware that many puppy training classes require certain vaccines (like kennel cough) to be up to date, and many veterinarians recommend limited exposure to other dogs and public places until puppy vaccines (including rabies, distemper and parvovirus) have been completed. In lieu of formal training, you can begin training your puppy at home and socializing him among family and friends until puppy vaccines are completed.

Recommended daily amount: 1 to 1.5 cups of high-quality dry food a day, divided into two meals.

NOTE: How much your adult dog eats depends on his size, age, build, metabolism, and activity level. Dogs are individuals, just like people, and they don't all need the same amount of food.

French Bulldogs do not need a lot of exercise, but they do need daily walks to keep them at a healthy weight.

Available French Bulldog Puppies For Sale

For the past years we have made sure all the puppies we sale are being vaccinated, registered, potty trained and are also good with children and other pets at home.

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Name: Boo

Breed: French Bulldog

Age: 12 Weeks

Sex: Male

Vaccinations: Up-to-Date

Registered: Yes


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Name: Boone

Breed: French Bulldog

Age: 12 Weeks

Sex: Male

Vaccinations: Up-to-Date

Registered: Yes


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Name: Bunker

Breed: French Bulldog

Age: 12 Weeks

Sex: Male

Vaccinations: Up-to-Date

Registered: Yes


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Name: Doublec

Breed: French Bulldog

Age: 12 Weeks

Sex: Male

Vaccinations: Up-to-Date

Registered: Yes


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Name: Fitz

Breed: French Bulldog

Age: 12 Weeks

Sex: Male

Vaccinations: Up-to-Date

Registered: Yes


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Name: Gina

Breed: French Bulldog

Age: 12 Weeks

Sex: Female

Vaccinations: Up-to-Date

Registered: Yes


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Name: Jack

Breed: French Bulldog

Age: 12 Weeks

Sex: Male

Vaccinations: Up-to-Date

Registered: Yes


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Name: Jessie

Breed: French Bulldog

Age: 12 Weeks

Sex: Female

Vaccinations: Up-to-Date

Registered: Yes


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Name: Kygo

Breed: French Bulldog

Age: 12 Weeks

Sex: Male

Vaccinations: Up-to-Date

Registered: Yes


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Name: Lena

Breed: French Bulldog

Age: 12 Weeks

Sex: Female

Vaccinations: Up-to-Date

Registered: Yes


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Name: Leo

Breed: French Bulldog

Age: 12 Weeks

Sex: Male

Vaccinations: Up-to-Date

Registered: Yes


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Name: Micky

Breed: French Bulldog

Age: 12 Weeks

Sex: Male

Vaccinations: Up-to-Date

Registered: Yes


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Name: Nila

Breed: French Bulldog

Age: 12 Weeks

Sex: Female

Vaccinations: Up-to-Date

Registered: Yes


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Name: Nunu

Breed: French Bulldog

Age: 12 Weeks

Sex: Male

Vaccinations: Up-to-Date

Registered: Yes


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The History of French Bulldogs

The “bouldogge Francais,” as he is known in his adopted home country of France, actually originated in England, in the city of Nottingham. Small bulldogs were popular pets with the local laceworkers, keeping them company and ridding their workrooms of rats. After the industrial revolution, lacemaking became mechanized and many of the laceworkers lost their jobs. Some of them moved to France, where their skills were in demand, and of course they took their beloved dogs with them. The dogs were equally popular with French shopkeepers and eventually took on the name of their new country.


In the late 19 th and early 20 th centuries, the dogs became popular with members of the Paris bohemian class: ladies of the night, artists, writers such as the novelist Colette, and wealthy Americans doing the Grand Tour. Impressionist artist Toulouse Lautrec even put a Frenchie in one of his paintings, “Le Marchand des Marrons.”


The Frenchie has gained rapidly in popularity in the past decade. Today, the breed ranks 21st among the breeds registered by the American Kennel Club, up from 71 st in 2000, a testament to his qualities as a companion.

"A dog is the only thing on earth that loves you more than he loves himself"

That is why we are here to help you get your favorite French Bulldog pup today!