Do I have to pay to reserve a puppy?Contacts
Yes, BFF Pupz has a standard reserve policy. Generally, the reserve fee is non-refundable and is a minimum of $500. Please refer to the CONTRACTS link on the website for more information regarding the reserve contract.
When can I take my puppy home?
BFF Pupz has a standard of keeping all puppies for a minimum of 8 (eight) weeks. Most puppies go to their new home between 9 and 12 weeks based on their health and readiness.
How do I pick/visit my puppy?
BFF Pupz takes protecting our puppies very seriously. Litters are not available for viewing in person due to highly contagious illnesses that can be spread to the kennel from the outside. The BFF Pupz standard is to publish weekly pictures and/or videos of each litter. We enthusiastically encourage our potential puppy parents to meet the puppy they are interested through one of our scheduled video meetings.
How much do your puppies cost?Check Prices
BFF Pupz has a standard of providing purebred puppies. Although we specialize in providing pets for families, we may also have show quality puppies available from time to time. Pricing is set based on puppy structure, color and pedigree. Generally, pricing will be posted on the site once pups are DNA tested. If pricing is not posted, feel free to contact us with questions.
What types of payments do you take?
Puppy reserve fees and purchase payments can be made through our website PAYMENT, or through CASHAPP, VENMO, ZELLE or cash/certified funds.
Can I see the Contract before I make a decision?Contracts
Yes, please refer to the CONTRACTS link on the website to view a copy of our standard contracts.
Does BFF have a waitlist?
Yes. Visit the WAITLIST link on the website to register. Once registered BFF Pupz will keep you informed of our upcoming litters and key dates.
What are some traits of a French Bull Dog (Frenchie)?
The French Bulldog (Frenchie) is a purebred dog described by the American Kennel Club (AKC) as being playful, smart and adaptive. The Frenchie is also known to be affectionate, well-behaved and quite loyal. As one of the most popular small breed dog, the Frenchie thrives in the country as well as in the city. They are very alert and make excellent watch dogs though they are not known to be excessive barkers. This trait makes them well suited for apartment living.
Frenchies are known for their “bat ears”, large square head, and compact muscular body. They will typically grow to weigh under 28lbs and stand around 11-13” at the shoulder. They adapt along well with other animals and new human friends as well. Their smooth coat sheds minimally and is low maintenance and they do not require a lot of outdoor exercise. They are great companions for quiet times at home.
Your BFF Pupz Frenchie puppy will surely be the life of the party and be happy with just one human companion or a family. Frenchie antics are predictable but yet unique. You will be amused even when you need to discipline your pet. Frenchies can be stubborn, but their motivation to please their human and satisfy their love of doggy treats makes training pretty easy.
It is no wonder that French Bulldogs rank consistently in the top five (5) for the most popular dog in the world.
What are common health issues with Frenchies?
Like most dogs, Frenchies are commonly known to have predisposition to certain health issues. Some are attributable to genetics while others due to their anatomy. Some of the health issues that can afflict your Frenchie include:
- Allergies – often caused by food and environment
- Brachycephalic Airway Syndrome (BAS) – caused by the short snout and long soft palate of a Frenchie
- Intervertebral Disc Disease (IVDD) – aggravated by the short stocky legs of the Frenchie
- Hip Dysplasia – aggravated by obesity, repeated strenuous exercise and/or excessive growth
BFF Pupz recommends that you work toward maintaining a healthy weight for your Frenchie as your puppy grows. Also, establish a standard of care by working with your veterinarian to obtain professional advice and/or treatment to manage any health issues that may become problematic.
Do Frenchies shed?
Yes, Frenchies do shed. They have a short smoot coat that benefits from regular brushing. Generally, they do not have seasonal shedding like some of the other popular pet breeds.
Are BFF puppies registered?
BFF Pupz registers puppies on a case-by-case basis. Although our dams and sires typically hold a recognized registration, all puppies in their litters may not be able to be registered. As an example, the American Kennel Club (AKC) does not recognize most of the “exotic” Frenchie colors that are in high demand and may present in BFF’s Frenchies. Despite the possibility that our puppies may not be registered, all puppies are DNA tested as 100% pure bred.
Are puppies dewormed?
The BFF Pupz standard is to deworm puppies at two (2) , four (4) and six (6) weeks of age. Puppies that are with BFF Pupz after 10 (ten) weeks of age will receive another round of deworming.
Will BFF give my puppy shots before I take it home?
The BFF Pupz standard is to obtain professional Veterinary services for all puppies. During these vet visits puppies will receive an overall health examination as well as their first round of puppy shots. Puppies that are with BFF Pupz after 9 (nine) weeks of age will receive their second round of shots. All puppies will go home with a vet signed Health Certificate and Record of Vaccinations.
Does BFF potty train puppies before I get one?
BFF Pupz has a standard of pad training all puppies. As they get older, we introduce sod training to get them ready for their outdoor potty breaks. Although BFF Pupz works hard to prepare puppies for their new home, the pups still have some potty accidents. Consistent feeding and potty breaks once they arrive to your home will get them over the finish line.
Will my puppy be microchipped?
Microchipping is not a standard practice at BFF Pupz. We will have a puppy microchipped only upon special request, on a case-by-case basis, prior to your pickup/delivery date.