About Us and Breeding

COHEN TOBIAS
My passion for breeding dogs first stemmed from my passion of being a dedicated dog owner of many years. I am a qualified chef by trade but have dedicated my whole adult life to my animals. I have my Certificate II in Animal Studies and had the oportunity to work at a local vet hospital for 2 years. I took everything I had learnt there and put into my animals. When I had the chance to meet a French bulldog and a Griffon in real life I instantly fell in love with the breeds and I had an ornate desire to be involved in the breeding and bettering of these wonderful breed. By the way, check out our dogs here.

MURRAY WHITE
I was born and raised on the south coast of NSW. I am an electrician in a local coal mine and have been there for the last 14 years.
I have always been the biggest dog lover, meeting Cohen back in 2008 and seeing his passion for his animals really made me appreciate his vision in becoming a registered dog breeder. I have enjoyed learning the ins & outs of all things canine reproduction and genetics.
Since welcoming french bulldogs in to our home I now realise how special they are and why it is so important to breed to the standard. I look forward to hopefully seeing some of our future dogs in the show ring soon.

We are both current joint members of Dogs NSW and The French Bulldog Club of NSW.

Dogs NSW Membership Number - 2100079611

We pride ourselves on breeding healthy dogs, all of our dogs are X-Rayed and DNA tested prior to breeding to give us the best chance of making healthy sound puppies. We believe that quality over quantity is important so don't expect our puppies available section to be very full :-) but please don't hesitate to contact us about future litters.

Our French Bulldogs

After years of research we were lucky enough to find a breeder with the respect and dedication to the breed that we searching for.

We fell in love with his dogs. We were fortunate that entrusted us with his outstanding lines. Our foundation bitch, GESUNDHEIT PETITE BONNIE (IMP NZL) is a beautiful black brindle that is true to the breed standard.

GESUNDHEIT PETITE BONNIE
Whelped June 2015
Bred by E.Tooth
Sire: NZ. CH. GESUNDHEIT SPECIAL ADDITION (NZL)
Dame: GESUNDHEIT CULLERMEIN (NZL)

FYREWORX DEXTA
Whelped January 2017
Bred by K.Pinn
Sire: HOCUS POCUS WINATY'S DES JOYAUX DU PHOENIX BLANC (IMP UK)
Dame:FYREWORX TWILIGHT SPARKLES

Our Griffon Bruxellois

After our love for the french bulldog breed we took a liking to the Griffon Bruxellois which are also a brachycephalic breed. With their unique faces and compact size they were hard not to fall in love with.
We found it hard to find them in Australia and we were lucky enough to connect with an amazing griffon breeder in New Zealand. The griffons are full of life, squeezing in love and craziness in that tiny body.

LEEPITOMY LADY DUTCH (IMP NZL)
Whelped June 2017
Bred by O.Potter
Sire: TUIWOOD LIL BLACK SAMBO (NZL)
Dame: LEEPITOMY FELICE (NZL)

LEEPITOMY LOLLIE (IMP NZL)
Whelped September 2017
Bred by O.Potter
Sire:
Dame:

French Bulldog Standard

A breed standard is the guideline which describes the ideal characteristics, temperament, and appearance of a breed and ensures that the breed is fit for function with soundness essential.  Breeders and judges should at all times be mindful of features which could be detrimental in any way to the health, welfare or soundness of this breed.

GENERAL APPEARANCE

Sturdy, compact, solid, small dog with good bone, short, smooth coat. No point exaggerated, balance essential. Dogs showing respiratory distress highly undesirable.

CHARACTERISTICS

Full of courage, yet with clown-like qualities. Bat ears and short tail characteristic features of the breed.

TEMPERAMENT

Vivacious,deeply affectionate, intelligent.

HEAD AND SKULL

Head square in appearance and in proportion to dog's size.  Skull nearly flat between ears, domed forehead.  The skin covering the skull and forehead should be supple enough to allow fine wrinkling when the dog is alert.  Well defined muzzle, broad, deep and set back, muscles of cheeks well developed.  Stop well defined.  Lower jaw deep, square, broad, slightly undershot and turned up.  Nose black and wide, relatively short, with open nostrils and line between well defined.  Lips black, thick, meeting each other in centre, completely hiding teeth.  Upper lip covers lower on each side with plenty of cushion, never so exaggerated as to hang too much below level of lower jaw.

EYES

Preferably dark and matching.  Moderate size, round, neither sunken or prominent, showing no white when looking straight forward; set relatively wide apart and on the same level as the stop.

EARS

'Bat ears', of medium size, wide at base, rounded at top; set high, carried upright and parallel, a sufficient width of skull preventing them being too close together; skin soft and fine, orifice as seen from the front showing entirely. The opening to the ear canal should be wide and open.

MOUTH

Slightly undershot. Teeth sound and regular, but not visible when the mouth is closed. Tongue must not protrude.

NECK

Powerful, well-arched and thick, but not too short.

FOREQUARTERS

Legs set wide apart, straight boned, strong, muscular and short.

BODY

Cobby, muscular and well rounded with deep, wide brisket and ribs well sprung.  Strong, gently roached back.  Good cut up.  The body while broader at the shoulders should narrow slightly beyond the ribs to give definition to the relatively short, thick, strong, muscular loin.

HINDQUARTERS

Legs strong, muscular and relatively longer than forelegs, with moderate angulation.  Absolute soundness essential.  Hocks well let down.

FEET

Small, compact and placed in continuation of line of leg, with absolutely sound pasterns. Hind feet rather longer than the fore-feet. Toes compact; well knuckled; nails short, thick and preferably black.

TAIL

Undocked, short, set low, thick at root, tapering quickly towards tip, preferably straight and long enough to cover anus.  Never curling over back nor carried gaily.

GAIT/MOVEMENT

Free and flowing. Soundness of movement is of the utmost importance.

COAT

Texture fine, smooth, lustrous, short and close.

COLOUR

The only correct colours are:  Brindle; Fawn; Pied.
Brindle - Colour pattern caused by a mixture of black hairs and fawn hairs.  White markings permitted provided that brindle predominates.  Eye rims, eyelashes and lips black.
Fawn - Clear, self-coloured fawn with or without a black mask.  White markings permitted, provided that fawn predominates.  Cream and red shades less desirable.  Eye rims, eyelashes and lips black.
Pied - Brindle Pied:  White predominates with brindle patches.  (The brindle as defined above.)  Fawn Pied:  White predominates with fawn patches.
Whites are classified with pieds for show purposes. In pieds, eye rims, eyelashes and lips should preferably be black.
Any white in the above colours should be clear with no ticking or spots.
All other colours highly undesirable, including solid black, black and white, black and tan, mouse, grey/blue, liver/chocolate and all patterns of these colours.

SIZE

Ideal weight: Dogs 12.5 kg (28 lbs) Bitches 11 kg (24 lbs). Soundness not to be sacrificed to smallness.

FAULTS

Any departure from the foregoing points should be considered a fault and the seriousness with which the fault should be regarded should be in exact proportion to its degree and its effect upon the health and welfare of the dog and on the dog's ability to perform its traditional work.

NOTE

Male animals should have two apparently normal testicles fully descended into the scrotum.

ANKC updated 2nd December 2015
Standard direct from The French Bulldog Club of NSW

Gone but never forgotten

Miss Daisy
24th December 2009 - 14th August 2016
AMOUREUX CONFESSOR
Dogue De Bordeaux
Sire: CYMRYGOLD MYLO (IMP U.K)
Dame: HOOCHESRUS DIIVA

Puppies available

Our girl Bonnie is expecting a litter July 2018.

Contact us for further information or just a chat.

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