There are numerous people who have seen the great potential involving French bulldogs. Their rise in popularity has shown many enterprising dog lovers that this could be an opportunity to make extra cash off their beloved French bulldog pets. But, there are so many aspects in French bulldog breeding that one should consider first. In fact, if you don’t have the proper knowledge and resources, you may end up spending more than what you may earn. Or maybe you won’t even earn anything at all.

Breeding French bulldogs is not just about getting them to procreate, that’s the easy part. You have to factor in the many responsibilities of ensuring the health of your bitch while she is pregnant, also, French bulldogs usually needs caesarian surgery when giving birth. Then there is the care after birth, both for the mother and the litter. And it’s not just the cost; you also would need to invest much of your time. You have to be around most of the time to be certain that you will be able to heed any emergencies. So with that said, you now know that you have to be prepared mentally, physically and financially to become a French bulldog breeder.

To be a responsible breeder, you have to consider the different factors to ensure that the litter would be in good health and the mom as well. For instance, the recommended age for French bulldogs to get pregnant is over eighteen months and no more than five years. Plus, if your dog has any health concerns prone to French bulldogs, then you shouldn’t breed them at all. This health conditions could be passed down to their offspring. Some of these health conditions include cataracts, cherry eye, hip dysplasia and several cardiac diseases.

Now, what if you only have a female Fren
ch bulldog? Then that would mean that you would be needing the services of a French Bulldog stud. There are also many risks involved here, plus, not to mention the costs needed for the stud service. The sad thing is that it could be a hit and miss. There is no guarantee that your bitch will get pregnant. So it means that you may have to pay for the services more than once. Plus, you’d be wasting precious time to confirm if your dog is indeed pregnant.

You also need to make sure that the stud you will get is from a good lineage, and that it is healthy and should provide proof that the stud doesn’t have any health issues, which it can pass on to its future litter. And if your dog gets pregnant, there’s also the risk that it may lose its litter.

If you get lucky and your dog produces a litter, then there will still be numerous concerns for you to ensure that they will be in the pink of health. This will entail additional costs as well. So if you’re not prepared, then it would be better if you just leve breeding French bulldogs to the experts.

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