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Breeding French Bulldogs Takes Responsibility

Since there is an increase in the demand for French Bulldogs, many people have taken advantage of the situation and have bought these types of dog just to breed and sell them. Frenchies are not cash mills but if you are to breed this type of dog, it takes much responsibility. This special breed of dogs can be a companion or a show dog. Breeding this type of dog will need special attention especially during gestation period and after they have given birth.

A responsible breeder knows things about breeding a French Bulldogs and will take these into consideration before proceeding and they also need to decide if the female is a fit candidate to breed.

The French Bulldog is observed to have some health problems and breeders are careful to screen candidates for breeding for the presence of genes that are responsible for this. One such health problem is their disability in blood clotting which results in continuous bleeding even for small wounds, and this breed will need surgery which is very risky.
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You can breed a French Bulldogs only after the first heat has elapsed. French Bulldogs more than five years old are no longer fit to be bred because they may experience complications that are risky and the dog might not carry the pregnancy to term.
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You need to source a stud from another place if you only have the female. You need to look for a good candidate the is right for your dog. There are costs involved when you are looking for the right stud, and also for the breeding process. Even before your female goes on heat, you should start searching and identifying a good stud because this process takes time.

While many females do not get pregnant during the breeding process, doing it at the right time will increase your chances of having a success. The best time to bring your female to the stud is known by either a vet or an experienced breeder. The best time, in rough estimate, is by counting the days from the first signs of bleeding or spotting, which lasts about nine days, and this is just preparatory to when a female will come on heat. The female bulldog goes on heat after the ninth day, and the best time to breed is two days after when the eggs are released from the ovary, on the eleventh day. From the time the bleeding starts, the dog is most fertile on the eleventh until the thirteenth day.

Many French Bulldogs only deliver with an expensive C-section delivery.

After breeding, you need to care for the puppies until you can sell them.