HEALTHY, HAPPY FRENCH BULLDOGS FROM THE LONE STAR STATE
I am a responsible breeder of over fifteen years. I set high standards for breeding quality French Bulldogs that are beautiful and healthy pets. I specialize in standard French Bulldogs, and as a preservation breeder, I adhere to the standards set by the parent club of this breed, the French Bulldog Club of America. I am always happy to answer all your questions and hope to provide you with the knowledge needed to acquire a good, sound Frenchie.
As the French Bulldog became more popular, acquiring AKC-standard Frenchies for my breeding program became increasingly difficult. Many breeders crossbreed to create new colors, patterns, and coat types. I had to look at show breeders to find the beautiful AKC standards I love. I was fortunate to meet Holly Womer of Wormer Frenchie in 2019. She came to look at one of my liters, confirmed that my Frenchies were show-worthy, and convinced me to take my passion to the show ring, so I entered my Frenchie, Kingston, and Holly was my handler. I know she made Kingston shine with both in the ring; Kingston became an AKC champion and even won at the French Bulldog National Show on his first try. Holly and I now work together in our programs and as partners in the show world. We are committed to our impressive crew, not your typical owner handlers with upwards of six to ten dogs at a show. While showing is hard work, it is fun and keeps us striving to produce the best.
The French bulldog was first established in the early 1800s as a companion lap dog, exclusively for the wealthy, as they were the only ones who could afford such luxuries. The Americans that brought the breed to the US from Europe were determined to perfect and set the standards of these adorable companions and add them to the American Kennel Club Registry. The French bulldog was recognized as a breed by the AKC in 1898. The breed's fanciers founded the first club devoted solely to the breed in 1897; they also wrote the first breed standards, which included the upright "bat ear" that is the Frenchie signature of today. Due to the fanciers' hard work and persistence, the Frenchie impressed with their distinctive characteristics and made their mark. The first show was held at the New York Waldorf-Astoria, hosted by the French Bulldog Club of America, and only sleek and defined conformation and "bat ear" Frenchies were allowed.