Megan, Olivia, and Violet are available and most of these dogs are pictured on my Girls & Boys Pages.
If you are interested in one of my adult Frenchies please provide your contact information and the answers to the following questions on an email (go to my contact page and answer the questions) and I will start calling people back at, in the order that I receive emails. You should be prepared to meet the adult retiring dog at the Strafford Vet Clinic in Strafford, Missouri with any dogs or children, under 12 years of age, that you have. This is a requirement.
Do you have children? Ages? Do you have other dogs? Sex, breed, ages? Do you have experience with French Bulldogs or other short muzzled dogs? Do you own your own house? Do you have a fenced in yard? Do you have a vet reference? Are you close enough to drive for the meet and greet..and possibly take a retiree home? Are you prepared to make that same drive back if the retiree does not fit into your home or just is not happy within a reasonable time period?
Ready to Retire:
Megan (black brindle)- Megan is a big girl but also a big teddy bear. She does tend to overheat as she does not self regulate. You will need to keep an eye on her in the warm weather and bring her in to cool off. If she is having fun, she does not care if she is hot. Megan does get along with other dogs, likes kids but is unsure of what to do with a bunch of them at one time. She has never done anything bad, she will just stand in one spot and let them pet her with a confused look on her face as if to say "well what do I do with them now?" Megan has had the soft palette corrective surgery and has a huge tongue that does not help when she is hot. It is always sticking out of her mouth. But she is a big loving baby.
Olivia (cream)- Olivia needs to be an only dog. She is beautiful and knows it. She is happy with adoring people, going for walks, and playing with HER toys. She has a bubbly, "look at me" personality. She definitely does not want to share anything! Olivia does like children over 5 years old, who love on her and play with her. The more adoring fans, the better for her. She has a high prey drive so any squeak toy is going to die, whether it really is a toy or your gerbil. ;) Olivia will hurt a cat....or another dog. She is perfectly fine walking into the vet's office, however, you should never allow her to go nose to nose with another dog. There will be a fight and she will start it. As long as each dog is under control and has some distance between them, she is fine.
Violet (white and blue piebald)-Violet is a total love bug, who wants to just be held. She does get along with other dogs and cats. She is safe with older dogs or puppies, she will play with either. Her only downfall is that she knows she is cute so she can potty in the house and give you the "Big But I Know I Am Cute" look and get away with it. So I recommend a home that does not have alot of carpeting, so that clean up is easier. Or she may work out well for someone that works from home who can let her out often during the day. She is wanting a family that will let her curl up in your bed!
The Ladies are all around 4 years of age, they no known health issues and have their own preferences. They will be placed for $600 each, are spayed, up to date on vaccinations, and their microchips will be transferable to the new owner. Their AKC registration papers will not go with them.
Thank you for considering an adult dog! Retirees make wonderful companions, deserve to be "couch-potatoes", and will bring you an arm load of love!