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BREED: BULLDOG
GENDER:MALE
AGE: 5WEEKS OLD
COLOR: BLUE AND TAN COLOUR
PRICE: $1200
REGISTRY: KC
PEDIGREE
VACCINATED 
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Buy Blue and Tan french bulldogs | Adorable French Bulldogs online

Buy Blue and Tan french bulldogs | Adorable French Bulldogs online

BREED: BULLDOG
GENDER:MALE
AGE: 5WEEKS OLD
COLOR: BLUE AND TAN COLOUR
PRICE: $1200
REGISTRY: KC
PEDIGREE
VACCINATED 
4 WEEKS FREE INSURANCE
 FREE SHIPPING

I have for sale a stunning litter of french bulldog pups in some
beautiful colours , father is blue tan and mother is black brindle .
Both boys and Girls available. This stunning litter are of the highest
quality, In perfect proportion for the breed. These little beauties
have had nothing but the best since birth, they have been brought up
in a lovely environment and are handled daily so they are full of
confidence ,

Buy Blue and Tan french bulldogs | Adorable French Bulldogs online

As a result of the compacted airway and the bulk of the French bulldog, they have an inability to effectively regulate their body temperature. While a regular canine may suffer to some degree from the heat, to a Frenchie it may be lethal. The cargo space in an aircraft can rise as high as 30 °C (86 °F) when waiting on the runway.

Patellar luxation is the dislocation (slipping) of the patella (kneecap). In dogs, the patella is a small bone that shields the front of the stifle jointin its hind legs. This bone is held in place by ligaments.  The kneecap may dislocate toward the inside (medial) or outside (lateral) of the leg. This condition may be the result of injury or congenital deformities (present at birth). Patellar luxation can affect either or both legs. Testing is available to predict the presence of patellar luxation in a dog.

Birth and reproduction

French bulldogs frequently require artificial insemination, and caesarean section to give birth, with over 80% of litters delivered this way. As well, many French bulldog stud dogs are incapable of naturally breeding. This is because French Bulldogs have very slim hips, making the male unable to mount the female to reproduce naturally. Typically, breeders must undertake artificial insemination of female dogs.

Back and spine

French bulldogs can also suffer from an assortment of back, disk and spinal diseases and disorders, most of which are probably related to the fact that they were selectively chosen from the dwarf examples of the bulldog breed. This condition is also referred to as chondrodysplasia.  More advanced technologies such as myelograms, CT scans, or MRIs are used to detect spinal cord compression. Some breeders feel that only dogs that have been x-rayed and checked for spinal anomalies should be bred.

In October 2010, the UK French Bulldog Health Scheme was launched. The scheme consists of three levels, the basic vet check corresponding to the Bronze level, this covers all the Kennel Club Breed Watch points of concern for the breed. The next level, Silver, requires a DNA test for hereditary cataracts, a simple cardiology test, and patella grading. The Gold level requires a hip score and a spine evaluation. The European and UK French Bulldog fanciers and Kennel Clubs are ahead of the Americans and the AKC in moving away from the screw, cork-screw or ‘tight’ tail (which is an inbreed spinal defect),and returning to the short drop tail which the breed originally had. The UK breed standard now reads: “Tail Undocked, [delete ‘very’] short, set low, thick at root, tapering quickly towards tip, preferably [delete ‘either’] straight, [delete ‘or kinked’] and long enough to cover anus. Never curling over back nor carried gaily.”

Eyes

French bulldogs have a tendency towards eye issues. Screening of prospective breeding candidates through the Canine Eye Registration Foundation (CERF) can help eliminate instances of these diseases in offspring.

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