Breed Standard French Bulldog puppies, IKC registered
Your new French Bulldog puppy could live with you for the next decade,
so choose your new companion wisely.
This is an opportunity to acquire a top quality pied puppy from our much anticipated litter, combining some of the best bloodlines.
Both parents are show dogs and are extensively health tested, including the Kennel Club and University of Cambridge's Respiratory Function Grading Scheme, where they both achieved the best result possible: BOAS Grade 0
The parents are very correct examples of the breed, free of exaggerations and conform with the breed standard.
They come from a long line of champions and health tested dogs.
We imported the mother from Finland and father from Poland from top show kennels within their respective countries.
They have the best temperaments one could wish for, very friendly with that breed typical clownesque nature.
The mother can be seen with her puppies.
These exceptional pups have a friendly and outgoing character, they have been cherished since birth, so much care and attention has gone into their upbringing, by way of socialisation, handling and nutrition, no expense was spared to ensure the best start for them.
They are IKC registered with pedigree, vet checked, wormed, microchipped and have received all essential vaccinations.
If you are looking for a new addition to your family, we would be happy to have a chat with you about the possibility of reserving a pup.
Please no private numbers or time wasters.
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Tips for purchasing a puppy
Remember: A puppy is for life, not just for Christmas🎄.
- Ask sellers to provide an ID (driver's licence / passport) and take note of their contact details. You will also need to provide the same & a proof of address to transfer the microchip to your name.
- Note microchip IDs posted here (972274200436925, 972274200436913) and check the microchip certificates (important) when you visit to make sure they match and the sellers details are on the certificate too (see example microchip certificates).
- Do not purchase a dog without seeing a microchip certificate. It is illegal to sell a dog without a microchip that's fully registered (info).
- Ask to see mother of puppies.
- Make sure the puppy is 8 weeks before taking ownership of the dog (closer to 10-12 weeks is even better).
- See puppies in their home environment.
- Do not purchase a dog from a seller in a car park or other business location.
- Consider buying a puppy starter pack of essential items .
- Ask sellers about the vet who has taken care of the dogs. Ask for the dog's vaccination certificate(s).
- Use our contract template www.dogs.ie/contract or another as a basis for a written contract & ask for a written receipt.
- It's best not to bring young kids to first meetings, to avoid disappointment in the case you decide not to buy a dog.
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Microchip requirements for dogs in Ireland
Legally all dogs over the age of 12 weeks must be microchipped. All dogs advertised for sale also need to be microchipped and registered with one of the four approved Irish databases, Animark, Fido, IKC or Irish Coursing Club. Fines can be imposed for being in possession of a dog that is not microchipped.
You can click to see some public details of the dog microchip on the Europetnet website. Always ask to see the microchip cert when you view a dog and crosscheck the owners details.
Laws about microchipping are covered in the Microchippng of Dogs Regulations 2015 (S.I. No. 63 of 2015), section 3(2).