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Each puppy comes with:


  • Vaccination and Deworming Treatment Records


  • AKC Paperwork* (If Offered)


  • Veterinarian Health Check




(The puppy starter pack will come with a collar, puppy pads, the food they eat and a toy.)



We take Cash, Apple Pay, Venmo, PayPal, Cash App, or Zelle.

Whatever works best for you.

  • Frenchies Come From Loving Homes

  • Health Certified By A Licensed Veterinarian

  • 6 Month Health Guarantee

  • Life Time Pet Care

  • We Pay For The First Month Of Pet Insurance

  • Up To Date On Vaccinations And Deworming

  • 3 Free Days Of Frenchie Sitting

  • 10% Off For First Responders / Veterans*

  • 10% Off For Seniors (65 and older)*

  • 10% Off When You get A Second Frenchie Through Us*

  • Payment Plan Offered*

  • Breeder Partners Go Through Screening Process

  • We Support 4 Non Profit Humanitarian Aid Organizations Each Month

We would love to meet you at our home but

due to safety reasons, we meet at Firestone Park.

7926 Firestone Way,

Antelope, CA 95843


New Puppy Tips:


  • Remember puppies are like children and get their noses into everything. I wouldn’t recommend that they play with dogs/cats that are not yours or go outside until they are 15 weeks and/or have all their vaccinations.


  • If you choose to go with your own brand of food, make sure to blend the food he/she is eating. Half of the old food and half of the new food for a few days. The difference in nutrition, sodium, and quick food change can have a bad effect on the stomach.

  • Puppies don't have much self control, they can get overwhelmed with playtime. Not getting much rest throughout the day they will be lethargic the next day.


  • As he/she is going through puppy pad training. It depends on how disciplined you are. The puppy will be overwhelmed with the new smells, people, and environment. It is best to find a place to keep him/her with puppy pads in a place for parts of the day for them to adjust. As they get older they can go to the bathroom outside when you let them out.


  • The best temperature for your new puppy is between 73-76 degrees.


  • Just a heads up. Puppies have a sensitive stomach, too much playtime on the grass can cause a rash.


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