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Welcome to our French Bulldog Puppies FAQ page!

If you're looking for French Bulldog puppies for sale near you, you've come to the right place. We are a reputable French Bulldog breeder, dedicated to providing our customers with healthy, happy puppies that will become cherished members of their families. Here are some common questions we get about French Bulldog puppy sales:

  • What is included with the price of our french bulldog puppies?
    Age-appropriate vaccinations and deworming Written health and genetic guarantees or warranties Microchip for identification purposes Starter kit, which may include food, toys, and other supplies Lifetime support and guidance from the breeder
  • When do you expect to have more French Bulldog puppies?
    We are always excited to bring new furry friends into the world. Currently, we don't have a specific date for when we will have more puppies available, but we anticipate having a new litter at the beginning of next year. We recommend checking our website regularly or reaching out to us directly to stay updated on our future litters. Thank you for considering us as your source for a new pet!
  • What food do you give our frenchies puppies?
    At ASGFRENCHIES, we understand the importance of providing high-quality nutrition to our puppies. That's why we strive to use only the best and healthiest ingredients to support their growth and development. To ensure the best health for our puppies, we avoid chicken as a protein source. During the first 2 weeks, we feed our puppies Esbelac Step 1, and then we switch to Esbilac Step 2 mixed with water to aid digestion. From 4-7 weeks, we gradually transition to kibble blended with the Esbelac milk, and add Greek Whole Plain yogurt for add more fat content. Follow this link for the recommended products: Please keep in mind that every puppy is unique, and it's always best to consult with a veterinarian to determine the best dietary plan for your new furry friend. We're here to provide guidance and support every step of the way!
  • Do you have French Bulldogs puppies available?
    Yes we do. We are currently are working with two litters carrying: Blue Merle (male)and Chocolates Merles (female), Platinums (male and female), and Lilac and Tan (male and females).
  • Do you offer shipping services of your french bulldog puppies?
    Yes we do! We take pride in standing out from the rest. Unlike other breeders, we provide a personal touch by delivering your new furry friend straight to you, with no third-party involvement. Our team is dedicated to ensuring a smooth and stress-free adoption process. We'll personally hand-deliver your puppy to any major airport in the Continental U.S. for your convenience. Experience the difference with ASGFRENCHIES and take the first step towards a lifetime of love and companionship today.
  • Where are you located?
    Located in the sunny city of Miami, Florida, ASGFRENCHIES is proud to serve families across the Continental U.S. With our commitment to providing quality service and exceptional puppies, we're excited to bring a furry friend into homes nationwide.
  • Do you give a written contract with a purchase of a French bulldog puppy?
    Absolutely! At ASGFRENCHIES, we believe in transparency and accountability. That's why we provide a comprehensive written contract with every puppy purchase. This not only protects both parties, but it also ensures peace of mind and a clear understanding of expectations and responsibilities. We're dedicated to making sure every adoption is a positive and fulfilling experience for both you and your new furry friend.
  • Is Crate Training recommended for my French Bulldog?
    Bringing a new puppy home is an exciting time for any pet owner. However, it can also be overwhelming, especially for first-time dog owners. One of the most common questions that arise is "how should I introduce my puppy to their new home?" One of the methods that have gained popularity in recent years is crate training. But, is it the best method to introduce your puppy to their new surroundings? In this article, we'll delve into the pros and cons of crate training and help you determine if it's the right choice for you and your furry friend. What is Crate Training? Crate training involves introducing your puppy to a crate, a small, enclosed space that becomes their designated sleeping and resting area. The idea behind crate training is to provide your puppy with a safe and comfortable space, where they can feel secure and calm. The crate should be just big enough for your puppy to stand, turn around, and lie down comfortably. Benefits of Crate Training There are several benefits to crate training your puppy, including: Potty Training: By limiting your puppy's access to your home, you can better control their bathroom habits and reduce accidents. Separation Anxiety: By providing your puppy with a safe space, you can reduce their anxiety when they're left alone. Chewing and Destruction: By confining your puppy to a crate when you're not home, you can protect your furniture, shoes, and other items from being chewed or destroyed. Travel: A crate can make traveling with your puppy easier, as it provides them with a familiar and comfortable space. Steps to Crate Train Your Puppy If you've decided to crate train your puppy, here are the steps to follow: Introduce your puppy to the crate gradually. Leave the door open and place a treat or toy inside the crate to encourage your puppy to go in on their own. Once your puppy is comfortable going in and out of the crate, start feeding them in the crate, leaving the door open. Gradually close the door while they eat, starting with a few seconds and gradually increasing the time. When your puppy is comfortable with the door closed while eating, you can start leaving the room for a few minutes at a time. Increase the time you're away from the room until your puppy is comfortable being in the crate for several hours at a time. Tips for Crate Training Success Make the crate a positive experience. Reward your puppy with treats, praise, and toys when they're in the crate. Never use the crate as punishment. This will create negative associations with the crate and make training harder. Don't leave your puppy in the crate for too long. Puppies need to potty regularly and shouldn't be left in the crate for more than a few hours at a time. Gradually increase the time your puppy spends in the crate. If you try to go from zero to several hours in the crate, it can be overwhelming and cause anxiety.
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