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How Much Do Frenchies Cost? Your Guide to French Bulldog Pricing and Costs

10 Replies to “How Much Do Frenchies Cost? Your Guide to French Bulldog Pricing and Costs”

  1. June 22, 2018 Emily

    Good Evening,
    I am finding your blog very helpful. I was just wondering why Frankie’s health bills racked up to 10,000 so quickly. Was it due to any of the health problems listed above?

    Thanks!

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    1. June 22, 2018 Frankie

      Hi Emily,

      Thanks for stopping by!

      The main part of that 10k was an optional surgery on Frankie’s soft pallet and nose to help her breathe better. There were also a number of other things that built up, such as allergies, infections, and general vet bills. But most of that happened in the first 12-18 months of her life.

      The bills have settled down a lot now and we wouldn’t change a thing!

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  2. November 10, 2018 Van liang

    Hi Frankie, I have a 6 month old cream Frenchie. Do you know how we can get rid of his tear stain? We tried wrinkle paste which has zinc oxide, Brita filter water and bottle water and they don’t work. Ollie is in good health. We feed him puppy Orijen and he gets sardines and chicken/turkey breast meat as treats. I put a pump of salmon oil in his food per day.
    Thanks, Van

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    1. November 19, 2018 Frankie

      Hi Van,

      There are some “Tear Stain Removal” products on the market. You could do some research into those products and try one out, they are fairly affordable at under $10 a bottle.

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    2. January 22, 2019 serina

      My frenchie had awful tear stains when I first got her. I tried everything from whipes, home remedies, angel eyes, etc. My veterinarian told me it had to do a lot with her diet. I found this women on YouTube named Laura Price who has a video on how to cook for your frenchie. After two months of being on this diet, I saw a huge change. Her tear stains are almost non existent now.

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  3. December 24, 2018 Douglas Wilson

    Hello,
    I’m reaching out to to the dog community to gain some understanding around CMR, Canine Multifocal Retenopathy in French Bulldogs.
    I had recently put a deposit on a lovely little male who’s DNA has returned a positive result for CMR1.
    I was wanting to breed with my boy at some stage and wanted some feedback/advice from other Frenchie owners or breeders who may have experience with this.
    Question: Will CMR1 have an effect on my breeding opportunities? In other words, would anyone with a female Frenchie, who is clear, consier a Stud who caries a copy of CMR1 as a potential mate?
    Although he’s adorable and will be an amazing looking Frenchie, I’m very concerned that I’m paying full price for him, with mains, and I’m not going to be able to use him as a Stud.

    Your thoughts and advice would be very gratefully received.

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    1. January 7, 2019 Frankie

      Hey Douglas,

      Thanks for reaching out! Unfortunately, we’re not breeders so couldn’t provide much advice about your question.

      Hopefully, some other people have insight into this.

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    2. August 24, 2019 Mitzi

      I read that both the male and female must be carriers of the gene and then there’s a 25% chance that a puppy will be born with it, however, the gene can be passed on so that the puppies are carriers of the gene.

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  4. April 24, 2019 Gary

    My one year old frenchie asbeen fed raw food since a pup, I’m finding lately that she is not that fussed on eating it, I’ve got to coax her, why is she reluctant to eat, she’s not really thin, in fact the vet has commented on how well she looks, but I am concerned she may not be eating enough, she has gone from 3 meals (handful each time ) to two or one each day ?

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    1. May 10, 2019 Will Blunt

      Hey Gary,

      I wouldn’t worry too much about it if all other things seem to be well and she is looking healthy. The vet would know best in this situation.

      Puppies tend to eat more, so perhaps she has just matured to a point where she only needs one/two meals a day.

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