Many dog aficionados lovingly call French Bulldogs as “Frenchies”, they could also be referred to as frog dogs or clowns. These names are aptly provided because of their looks and their playful manner. Although through the name of this small companion dog would lead one to believe that the French have largely played a major role in its development, many experts agree that American and British breeders have had a huge hand in this breed’s development.

First off, as a potential online buyer, you have to know that there are many differences with American Bulldogs and French Bulldogs. Their purchase price alone varies widely. French Bulldogs are much more expensive and puppies can fetch anywhere from $1,500 to $2,000.

Be very wary though, the internet has become a bastion for the breeding of spurious websites and niche marketing have made money for so many people. So it’s highly probable that there are numerous websites that are posing as legitimate dog sellers but are in fact far from it.

One way to determine if a seller’s reputation is dubious is by looking at their prices. If it’s too cheap to be true, it probably isn’t worth your business. Many websites find that slashing down prices would indeed attract more customers, but if those prices are unbelievably low, then it’s a high probability that they are not selling purebreds. It is of utmost importance that you don’t get lured by these low prices and get yourself into a trap.

The next thing that you should consider is that the price tag falls as the dog ages, so if the price does indeed seem incredibly low, maybe it’s because it’s a year old French Bulldog. Try to compare the prices of different websites. Many genuine websites today have developed a system to ensure that they have a reliable user base. This usually means verifying their customer’s identity and asking them to register to their website. The registration is commonly free. Choose websites like these for your comparison.

Choosing which website to purchase from doesn’t just mean the one with the lowest price. After carefully considering if the website is genuinely reputable, then most would choose where they can get the best deal. The best deal doesn’t just mean getting the lowest asking price for French Bulldogs. You should also see if the dog is already registered and if they would provide a certification in writing.

Plus, they should also provide ample and comfortable transportation means for your dog when it is delivered to your home. This usually means that the transportation environment is air-conditioned. Collecting this information and listing down the pros and cons of each website will help you determine where you will be able to get a good deal.

French Bulldogs are very active companions and can be a great friend. They are very playful especially if you get the purebred. So take the time to choose the right website to buy French Bulldogs, this is an investment where both the owner and the pet wins all the time.

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