Frenchibulls French Bulldogs - Australia - Brisbane - Queensland.

French Bulldogs Queensland - Truly Beautiful Purebred French Bulldogs. Brisbane - Queensland - Australia.

Stud Information & Availability.


****PLEASE NOTE: If you have a female that is in heat that is planned to be mated to a male via a stud service, DO NOT allow another intact male near her while she is in heat, common sense, this includes both before or after the planned stud service with another male. It is your responsibility to make sure you know who the father of your puppies are as they are pedigree papered puppies bred by a registered breeder. It is not up to the stud owner who has allowed you to use their male to have to deal with the consequences of your actions, especially when you have been dishonest and have not made the stud owner aware but you yourself know that your female has been mated by another male, do not waste my time or cause me drama because you did the wrong thing..... STUD services are NON-REFUNDABLE. *****   Sorry I've had to put this up because of 1 dishonest person.

When enquiring in regards to stud services, please provide information showing that you are a Registered Breeder with a Registered Prefix. Please provide a copy of the Pedigree, DNA results and any additional information in regards to your female who you will be using the stud service for.

Stud services done with fresh semen via artificial insemination done at a vet surgery (with the stud present) must be done at a vet with in 10km of me. (Noting that I may have newborns myself that require me to be close to home, unable to travel fair at the time that you require the mating's.) 

Stud Services do come with a contract that must be read and signed prior to any mating's taking place.

Prices for stud services are firm and are payable prior to the stud service.

Please check with us which boys are MDBA Registered or ANKC Registered.

Chilled or Frozen semen can be arranged at buyers expense via a canine semen transportation company.

Stud availability: Some studs are 'closed to public stud' so are not currently available to be booked to use and others are 'available to public stud' to approved females. If you do like the look of a closed to public stud you can contact me and ask if I have any idea of when he may become available to public stud in the future, if it is soon planned to let him become available to public stud I can let you know but otherwise please keep checking back every so often. A male may be closed to public stud for Frenchibulls own personal use in our own program or may already be booked out for use to approved females.

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The best way to contact me is via my phone number 0404 385 998 (Doreen), If I can't answer your call please send me a text and I will get back to you as soon as possible. 

(Please note if your girl is almost ready to be mated that contact via my phone is best as I don't check my email every day so I may not get back to you as fast if you contact me via email.)

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"CHIEF"
Visual Blue Pied carrying Cream and Long Hair. 



Chief is currently "open to public stud", please contact Doreen 0404 385 998 if you are a Registered Breeder enquiring about stud availability and information.

- Proven Sire, has already produced litters.


Genetic Diseases
- Canine Hyperuricosuria:
NEGATIVE / CLEAR [NO VARIANT DETECTED]
- Canine Multifocal Retinopathy CMR1: 
NEGATIVE / CLEAR [NO VARIANT DETECTED]
- Degenerative Myelopathy: 
NEGATIVE / CLEAR [NO VARIANT DETECTED]
Hereditary Cataract: 
NEGATIVE / CLEAR [NO VARIANT DETECTED]
Cone-Rod Dystrophy I - PRA: 
NEGATIVE / CLEAR [NO VARIANT DETECTED]


Additional Notes
- Because he is a visual Blue every puppy he produces will carry Blue.
- Depending on the female he is bred to (depending on her DNA) he can produce puppies that are visually: Fawn, Black Brindle, Blue Brindle, Blue Fawn, Cream, Blue Cream. Pied in any of those colours if the mother also carries pied. Also Visual Long Hair puppies if the mother carries long hair or is a visual long hair herself.

As he carries Long Hair and carries Cream, his puppies also have a chance of carrying these as well, to be confirmed via puppies own individual DNA testing.


(If you are unsure of DNA  and how it will help to predict colours that may be produced in your females litter, providing a copy of your females DNA we can help to let you know what results you may expect from your female put to any of our males.)


 
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"KETUT"
Visual Long Hair - Red Fawn carrying Tan, Cream, Blue and possibly Cocoa. (f/f, ky/ky, ay/at, Ee, Dd, CO/?.


Currently closed to public stud.


- Unproven Stud, soon to be matured and proven.


Genetic Diseases
- Canine Hyperuricosuria: 
NEGATIVE / CLEAR [NO VARIANT DETECTED]
- Canine Multifocal Retinopathy CMR1: 
NEGATIVE / CLEAR [NO VARIANT DETECTED]
- Degenerative Myelopathy: 
NEGATIVE / CLEAR [NO VARIANT DETECTED]
Hereditary Cataract: 
NEGATIVE / CLEAR [NO VARIANT DETECTED]
Cone-Rod Dystrophy I - PRA: 
NEGATIVE / CLEAR [NO VARIANT DETECTED]


Additional Notes
- Because he is a visual Long Hair all of his puppies at a minimum will carry Long Hair, if not visual Long Hair if their mother also has Long Hair in her DNA.

As he does not carry Brindle if put to a female who also does not carry Brindle, there will be no brindle puppies in the litter and no puppies will have Brindle in their DNA as neither parent will be able to pass it onto the puppies. Brindle is a strong gene so it only takes 1 parent  with 1 copy of Brindle in their DNA for visual Brindle puppies to be produced with in a litter, so if your female does have brindle in her DNA, depending on her overall DNA will depend on if she will produce visual brindle puppies in the litter. 

(If you are unsure of DNA  and how it will help to predict colours that may be produced in your females litter, providing a copy of your females DNA we can help to let you know what results you may expect from your female put to any of our males.)


 
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"TEDDY"  

Maskless Blue Trindle covered with Cream carrying Cocoa.  (at/at, dd, ee, COco, en/en, Kb/ky). 


Teddy is currently "closed to public stud". 
We have some amazing litters within our own breeding program planned for this amazing boy. Keep an eye out for Teddy babies.


- Proven Sire, has produced litters.


Genetic Diseases
- Canine Hyperuricosuria: 
NEGATIVE / CLEAR [NO VARIANT DETECTED]
- Canine Multifocal Retinopathy CMR1: 
NEGATIVE / CLEAR [NO VARIANT DETECTED]
- Degenerative Myelopathy: 
NEGATIVE / CLEAR [NO VARIANT DETECTED]
Hereditary Cataract: 
NEGATIVE / CLEAR [NO VARIANT DETECTED]
Cone-Rod Dystrophy I - PRA: 
NEGATIVE / CLEAR [NO VARIANT DETECTED]


Additional Notes
- Because he carries two copies of Cream means that every puppy he produces will carry Cream as they will take 1 copy of Cream from his DNA.
- Because he carries two copies of Blue means that every puppy he produces will carry Blue as they will take 1 copy of Blue from his DNA.
- Because he carries two copies of Tan Points (at) means that every puppy he produces will carry Tan Point (at) as they will take 1 copy of this from his DNA.

- Depending on the female he is bred to (depending on her DNA) he can produce puppies that are visually the following colours/patterns: Fawn, Black Brindle, Blue Brindle, Blue Fawn, Blue & Tan, Black and Tan, Blue and Tan covered with Cream, Black and Tan covered with Cream, Visual Creams, Blue Creams. 

As above all puppies he produces will all carry Blue, Cream and Tan. 

He is also maskless (en/en) which makes it that putting him to a female that carries two copies of masking (em/em) which we have noted a lot of visual Tan Point Females do carry two copies of mask so this will be of benefit to those females to make it that their puppies will only have 1 copy of masking on their DNA (en/em) this benefits the Tan Point Gene and visual Fawns if you are aiming at breeding from those puppies to allow for the next generation to have maskless fawns with in it (so to only have a coloured nose pad and a tiny amount of colouring near the nose pad), as compared to fawns with the black facial mask that covers their face up past their eyes and down around their mouth.


(If you are unsure of DNA  and how it will help to predict colours that may be produced in your females litter, providing a copy of your females DNA we can help to let you know what results you may expect from your female put to any of our males.)

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"Chandler" 

Maskless Chocolate Trindle covered with Cream carrying Blue, Solid 'a' and Long Hair.  (at/a, coco, ee, Dd, en/en, Kb/ky, F/f). 


Chandler is currently "closed to public stud". 
We have some amazing litters within our own breeding program planned for this amazing boy in the future. 


- Unproven Sire, still only a puppy himself.


Genetic Diseases
- Canine Hyperuricosuria: 
NEGATIVE / CLEAR [NO VARIANT DETECTED]
- Canine Multifocal Retinopathy CMR1: 
NEGATIVE / CLEAR [NO VARIANT DETECTED]
- Degenerative Myelopathy: 
NEGATIVE / CLEAR [NO VARIANT DETECTED]
Hereditary Cataract: 
NEGATIVE / CLEAR [NO VARIANT DETECTED]
Cone-Rod Dystrophy I - PRA: 
NEGATIVE / CLEAR [NO VARIANT DETECTED]


Additional Notes
- Because he carries two copies of Cream means that every puppy he produces will carry Cream as they will take 1 copy of Cream from his DNA.
- Because he carries two copies of Cocoa means that every puppy he produces will carry Cocoa as they will take 1 copy of Cocoa from his DNA.
- Because he carries two copies a locus 'at tan points' and 'a solid' (at/a )means that every puppy he produces will  take 1 copy of either of these from his DNA, so all pups will carry either "at" or "a".
- His puppies also have a chance of taking on his carrier genes as well, so they have a chance of also taking Blue and/or Long Hair from his DNA.

If he is mated with a female that is also a visual or carrier of any of the same DNA traits puppies born can also be visuals of these genetic traits.


He is also maskless (en/en) which makes it that putting him to a female that carries two copies of masking (em/em) which we have noted a lot of visual Tan Point Females do carry two copies of mask so this will be of benefit to those females to make it that their puppies will only have 1 copy of masking on their DNA (en/em) this benefits the Tan Point Gene and visual Fawns if you are aiming at breeding from those puppies to allow for the next generation to have maskless fawns with in it (so to only have a coloured nose pad and a tiny amount of colouring near the nose pad), as compared to fawns with the black/coloured facial mask that covers their face up past their eyes and down around their mouth.

(If you are unsure of DNA  and how it will help to predict colours that may be produced in your females litter, providing a copy of your females DNA we can help to let you know what results you may expect from your female put to any of our males.)