My French Bulldogs and I live in our home in central Alberta. Although I do show my dogs, they are always my beloved pets first. I fell in love with Frenchies at a dog show in Edmonton 13 years ago. About a year later I was fortunate enough to begin living with my first foundation Frenchie girl Spats (Ch Monitaps Dream Me a Dream) from a well known Alberta breeder. A couple of years after that a wonderful breeder in Ontario sent me my second foundation girl Satine (Ch Kakasfogo Satine). I now live with Spats, Satine and some of their offspring. I count myself fortunate indeed.
Occasionally I have puppies available to approved homes. However I will not place a puppy in a kennel or large scale breeding situation. I want my puppies to live with people as a part of the family. My dogs have spinal x-rays at about 10 weeks of age (and often again later if I have kept the dogs), have their eyes tested by a specialist, and have their hearts, patellas and general basic health examined by a veterinary specializing in bull breeds.
I am a member of the Edmonton Kennel Club, the Canadian Kennel Club, the French Bulldog Club of Western Canada (Alberta Director) and the French Bulldog Rescue Network.
Credit to Lili Chin for Frenchie paintings.
Barb Jamieson 780-920-7978