We proudly offer a 1 year health guarantee against congenital illness or in cases of any undisclosed issue



Our puppies receive a 17 point vet inspection at a professional veterinary clinic



Our puppies are raised with love and care and are ready for their new homes at 8 weeks old


The History of French Bulldogs

The “bouldogge Francais,” as he is known in his adopted home country of France, actually originated in England, in the city of Nottingham. Small bulldogs were popular pets with the local laceworkers, keeping them company and ridding their workrooms of rats. After the industrial revolution, lacemaking became mechanized and many of the laceworkers lost their jobs. Some of them moved to France, where their skills were in demand, and of course they took their beloved dogs with them. The dogs were equally popular with French shopkeepers and eventually took on the name of their new country.

In the late 19 th and early 20 th centuries, the dogs became popular with members of the Paris bohemian class: ladies of the night, artists, writers such as the novelist Colette, and wealthy Americans doing the Grand Tour. Impressionist artist Toulouse Lautrec even put a Frenchie in one of his paintings, “Le Marchand des Marrons.”

The Frenchie has gained rapidly in popularity in the past decade. Today, the breed ranks 21st among the breeds registered by the American Kennel Club, up from 71 st in 2000, a testament to his qualities as a companion.


How Do We Raise Them?

Considering the importance of this close friends of ours. What values do we teach them to make them suit you. They are playful,likes to cuddle and well socialized with kids and other kind of pets like Cats, monkeys and sugar gliders, Are you looking for a puppy with the above qualities?


Our lovely Griff is the kick start we wished for. He is like our first child and is so protective of his new baby sister. I will always thank my husband Stan for the day he came home with Griff in his hands. Thank you AKC, I am now a proud mother of 2.
Olivia & Stan
Ma femme et moi avons voulu adopter un bulldog depui mais sans succes. Le jour ou jai eu la chance de tomber sur AKC, i'ls mont offer PAPS et MAMS. Les 2 inseparable. je vous dit merci
Laurent & Anne

French Bulldog For Sale

Look No Further for your Frenchie Puppy. We have been breeding and showing the best quality French Bulldogs since 2003. Our dogs come from top breeders with proven pedigrees. All of our pups are raised by us at home until they reach their full potential as a show dog or pet. They will be socialized to other pets and children before going into homes. The parents of all of our dogs are on site during puppy raising so that we can ensure proper care is given to them. The most ethical french bulldog breeder in the USA

Early Puppy Socialization

Whether the french bulldog puppies were bred by us or not, If you’re in Boston, MA, you can be rest assured that your relationship will continue with the us. Our goal is to provide an environment where every dog has the opportunity to be exposed to new experiences and learn how to interact appropriately with other dogs and humans. We believe this early exposure helps prepare each pup for his/her life after adoption into a forever family.

All of our pups have been raised underfoot since birth, which means they have had plenty of opportunities to play and explore! They also receive daily exercise through walks around the neighborhood, playing fetch, swimming, running, etc…

Puppy Health Guarantee

Our goal at The Pet Store is to provide healthy dogs who have been raised properly and come from good homes. We do this through careful screening of prospective parents, selection of breeding stock based on sound genetics, and meticulous care during pregnancy and after birth. This includes regular visits to check on mother and pup’s progress throughout gestation.

We do this through careful selection of parents, genetic testing, and thorough vetting of potential owners. All of our dogs come with a full set of shots, deworming records, and an up-to-date vet visit record.

All of our pups receive a complete physical exam before leaving our facility. Vaccinations are current and done according to guidelines established by the American Veterinary Medical Association. Microchipping is available upon request.

What to know before you buy a French Bulldog puppy

We have been asked by many people who are interested in purchasing their first French bull dog if they should get an adult or a young pup. We will answer that question here:

If you want your new pet to be healthy and happy, then it is best to go with the younger puppies. They tend to live longer than adults because they haven’t reached full maturity yet. This means that they still have more energy and can play harder without getting tired as quickly.

Should You Buy Online Or From  A Local Breeder

We have been asked by several people who are looking at purchasing their first French bulldogs if they should get one from the breeder or purchase it directly from an online retailer. We thought that was such a great question so we decided to write up some information on how to choose your next best friend!

The most important thing is to make sure that you find out as much about the breed as possible. You want to be able to tell whether or not the dog will fit into your lifestyle. If you plan on having children, do you think this breed would work for you? Do you like dogs that need lots of exercise? Are you willing to spend time training them? These questions help determine what kind of personality you’re going to end up with.

You also want to consider where you’ll keep your dog when he’s home alone. Will you leave him outside all day long? Or will you let him inside but only allow certain family members access to him? How often will you take him places? All these things factor into determining which type of environment you’d prefer.

Another big consideration is size. A large dog may require more space than a small dog does. So, if you don’t have enough room for both of them, you might want to look elsewhere. Also, remember that larger breeds generally weigh more than smaller ones. That could mean extra weight for you to carry around.

Finally, there’s price. It doesn’t matter how cute the puppy looks if it costs too much money. Make sure you check out different prices between reputable retailers and see what works best for you.

So now that you’ve got everything figured out, you just need to pick out your perfect little Frenchie! There are plenty of options available today. Just use our search bar above to start browsing through the listings. And once you find the right match, click “add to cart” to reserve yours!

How to best buy a healthy French bulldog puppy

Ask the breeder how many litters the mother has had: a French Bulldog should only really have 1 litter a year, preferably only one every couple of years. Conditions to look out for include hip problems, cataracts, cherry eye, deafness, and soft palate issues.

Ask where the puppies have been living: if the puppies have been hidden away in a basement or garage, they won’t have been socialised as much with human contact and could be trickier to train.

Ask about temperament testing: if the breeder doesn’t want to test the pup’s temperament, it may suggest he isn’t well trained. This means he’ll probably struggle to learn commands like sit, stay, come etc.

Ask about pedigree papers: if the breeder hasn’t got any pedigrees available, it suggests they aren’t very interested in showing off their dogs’ lineage. They’re likely just looking to make money rather than caring about the quality of their stock.



What Are The First Things You Need To Check On A New Bulldog?

The first thing you need to check on your potential new bulldog is its eyes to see if they are in good health.

What do you think about French Bulldog breeders?

Cheap and rude breeders are an absolute no-no.

What is the difference between a good breeder and an average one?

If you are dealing with a breeder who is just looking to make a quick buck and not telling you what you should know then walk away.

What is a breeder?

When buying your Frenchie, you need a caring breeder that gladly answers your questions and shows you the parents and tell you about their history and problems.

What are the health issues of French Bulldogs?

Because of a limited gene pool, a lot of the French Bulldogs have some common diseases and problems.

What was the first one you ever got?

It was our first ever dog though, so hindsight is a wonderful thing.

What would you have done?

But, given hindsight, there are some questions I would have asked the breeder before deciding to buy him.

How do I know if a French Bulldog breeder is knowledgeable?

I would always do online research into the breeder before I would even visit them.

What are some of the precautions you take when buying a puppy?

Make sure your breeder is knowledgeable: on breeding and cares for the puppies.

What are the signs of a French Bulldog puppy’s health?

Be wary of what seems to be an abnormally low price: this can be a sign of an unhealthy puppy.

What are the health issues?

Conditions to look out for include hip problems, cataracts, cherry eye , deafness, and soft palate issues.

What are the health issues of French Bulldog puppies?

Health issues can include: Deafness Hip Cherry eye Respiratory problems Stenotic nares Tracheal stenosis Heat stress Elongated soft palate Laryngeal collapse Internal disc disease Cataracts Von Willebrand’s Disease That’s why the health history of the parents is one of the most important questions to ask a breeder when buying a French Bulldog puppy.