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Born: August 6, 2019
Beautiful Red Fawn full healthy tested French Bulldog male with a clear nose and open nostrils (Hungary) -He live in Hungary and has a worldwide recognized FCI pedigree -He has been fully tested for 180 genetic (DNA) hereditary defects and he is tested on various physical abnormalities including X-rays (knees, elbows, back, hips & larynx) -He also had a throat inspection under anesthesia. -The size of his trachea is also measured. -He has a super good breathing without noise. -He is not a carrier of fad colors. -He is carrier of Fawn, Piebald, Ressive Red and Saddle Tan. -He also has a DNA profile. -He has also a MyDogDna profile -He mate on a natural way. -He has a great sweet affectionate character. -He is fine with females. -He is perfect for breeders who want to breed the healthy French Bulldog and the healthy type. -He is active and very suitable for long walks and very agile so very suitable for the canine sport. You get all the original health results, DNA profile, x-rays and of course MyDogDna profile and more... We think it is a shame to neuter him because he is an asset to a kennel that breeds for health! Just for the sake of clarity we do NOT sell to everyone, we really need to have a very good feeling and if we don't , then he will stay with us until the right owner is found. He is family dog he needs love and attention! So only a very good home. French Bulldog Kennel "Bulls of Crown" www.bullsofcrown.com Hungary (Europe)
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French Bulldog - Bulls Of Crown

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Bulls Of Crown

Edwin Kroon

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I've been breeding dogs for 23 years, since 1999. I am a member of the Magyar Ebtenyésztők Országos Egyesülete.
The percentages of hereditary defects on French Bulldogs has increased dramatically over the years. Less noticeable for the regular person is that the vitality has gone downhill as well. We have started doing tests for hereditary defects on our 2nd French Bulldog (back X-rays included), but we have greatly expanded our tests. All our French Bulldogs are tested on hereditary (screening specialist) and genetic defects (DNA cheek swab test) before we breed with them, and also they are all in possession of a DNA certificate! The goal is breeding toward French Bulldogs with a longer back and a slightly longer snout, a clear nose with open Nostrils and good breathing. But it should still remain naturally clear a French Bulldog) More information can be found on hereditary defects, which are described in detail per item on our website. We breed with French Bulldogs that meet very strict healthy requirements in terms of genetic and physical abnormalities (see our health tests on our website) If you want to keep a breed pure-bred without losing the traits without use other breeds or cross breeds (which is the easiest and cheapest method) then as a breeder you will first have to tackle the hereditary defects that are very actually serious that the dog can no longer live a dog-worthy life. Even though you make the same combination so many times with great puppies that we would like to see in a French Bulldog, there can always be a pup (s) with a recoil on the ancestors with long palates or / and narrow nostrils or other deviations. no breeder can guarantee a healthy puppy, it remains a living creature. What we have already achieved in terms of health problems at the French Bulldog in the 15 years that we have been breeding and are very proud of: * Healthy backs * Spacious trachea * Good knees * Good elbows * Good hips *No coat problems or allergies *No sufferers of genetic hereditary abnormalities(dogs can be carriers but never get problems because we only combine carrier x free and free x free) Unfortunately, it is not yet possible to only combine free x free, but carrier x free also gives partial free offspring that you can use at the given moment if you have enough variation. You also have to deal with nature that has a hand in it as with other animals and people, 2 healthy people can also have an unhealthy child if the fusion after fertilization does not go well. And another important point is how puppy buyers interact with their puppy in the first year (this applies to every breed) to prevent skeleton and similar problems (hips, knees, elbows, back, etc.) *The right food that is tailored to the food for a growing puppy is very important and keep a puppy at a good weight, keep him lean so not too thick and not skinny but feel clearly the ribs and if you don’t trust it then go to your vet and let him feel the puppy. *Movement is useful and good for the development of your dog’s skeleton and muscle, but pay attention to: *No long walks but build it up, no climbing stairs, avoid soft sand, no wild games and movements, watch out for potholes, this can lead to developmental disruptions that have lifelong consequences! *Provide sufficient mandatory rest. French Bulldog kennel 'bulls of Crown'
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