© 2006 Bulls of Crown
We have been breeding French bulldogs since 2006 with a solid goal "HEALTH"!!!
The percentages of hereditary defects on French Bulldogs has increased drastically over the years. Less noticable 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 posession of a DNA certificate! The goal is breeding toward Frencch Bulldogs with a longer back and a slightly longer snout, a clear nose with open Nostrils and good breathing. (It still has to remain a French Bulldog) More information can be found on hereditary defects, which are described in detail per item. A puppy costs at us 1850 Euro Read here for more info. Breeding is a hobby for us and we don’t need to become rich.. The parents meet our strict requirements in terms of health. Have fun on our website!
Bulls of Crown Enchilada a.k.a Yara and Bulls of Crown Ethan a.k.a Marley both sold as puppys. 2 French Bulldogs that have been fully tested with very good results.
At the links on our website you can find our French Bulldogs, on every page of our dogs the health results and FCI pedigrees are mentioned.
We are very proud of what we in the 12 years of breeding have achieved in terms of appearance and health. We only use pure French Bulldogs in our bloodlines, so no prohibited colors that have arisen from crossings. More info CLICK HERE
Also we place no pups at other people so that we can use the female for breeding when we wants. More info CLICK HERE
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|Around the pregnancy|
|Spine and skeleton dog|
|Eye diseases and abnormalities|
|Urinary tract problems|
|Spondylosis in the dog|
|Degenerative Myelopathy (DM)|
|Skeleton dog (spine)|
|Patella luxation (loose kneecap)|
|Canine Multifocal Retinopathy|
|Hip dysplasia (HD) in the dog|
|Brachycephal obstructive syndrome (BOS)|
|What is Cone-rod dystrophy 1 (cord 1-PRA)|
|More allergy types|
|Pictures fad colors|