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18-Jan'22
* Borrowed but so true:

Be kind to breeders.
In recent years I have seen more and more amazing breeders stop breeding. Why? Is it too much work? They don't like it anymore? Overwhelmingly, it has been because of dealing with people. Generally most families we deal with are pleasant. There is so much joy in seeing all of our efforts and struggle bringing happiness to a family. But some people are different. Just a few of the things we have to deal with are social media libel, unrealistic expectations, personal insults and being spoken down to like you are too stupid to do anything else so you became a breeder, and even extortion/ blackmail (refund me or I'll post this online! ).
Animals are living things and problems WILL arise. A breeder cannot control everything. There might be underlying health conditions that were unknown, vaccines aren't 100% effective, or annoying personality or behavioral quirks. Despite being frustrated, do you have to take it out on the breeder?
So you handed over all that money and now everything isn't perfect as you imagined! Why should you be kind to the breeder? Well, is it something they could have prevented and what was their response and intention? How much do you REALLY know about the breeder as a person? The real human on the other side of that computer or phone... Probably nearly nothing. Did we stay up all night fighting to save our favorite animal or all week trying to save a whole litter? Do we work full time and run ourselves ragged to keep up with chores? What about our personal lives? Are we dealing with chronic or debilitating illness? Divorce? Death of a loved one? Disabled children? Financial strain?
We are humans with real feelings and personal problems just like all of you, but we are ALSO breeders on top of that and that comes with it's own stress and heartache. Does your unkind text NEED sent or your unhappy review NEED posted? Please treat other people as you want to be treated. Please be kind to your breeder.
- Brandy

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26-Oct'21
* It's sickening how many people inquire about breeding rights. On ANY dog, flopped ear, long body, pet quality dogs that have nothing to offer the breed. Just to breed. ANYTHING. It's sad and nauseating. I'm tired of saying no. At first, I tried to explain why not. But this falls on deaf ears. I can't explain the depth of my frustration with all these so-called breeders. But in reality, they will just contribute to the overpopulation of poorly bred dogs just to disappear a few litters later.

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24-Oct'21
* Why does it seem almost every Frenchie
owner wants to breed these days?


OPINIONS:
- Because almost every breeder sells breeding rights, so make it pretty easy for them to.
- No one wants to preserve health or genetics, only what can squeeze them out a couple extra hundred dollars.
- Just like everything else strike while the market is hot. Frenchies have been 1 of the most sought after breeds for the last couple years. When people pay that much for a dog they get big pants and "think it will be a goldmine" It will be like everything else market will get flooded and something else will be the new hotspot.
- get rich quick scheme ??+? that will eventually fail.
- Most are just thinking dollars, donít know the first thing about maintaining, or improving stated AKC standards! Most could care less about health, disposition.
- They bought a skinny frenchie cheap and think breeding it to a super nice male gives them access to big fast money.
- Many will have a litter or two or more and then things will go south. Most wonít be able to stomach the hard times. Not everything is textbook or comes together with any kind of a plan. Breeding dogs requires a lot of work and knowledge. Many people will simply fade away

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1-Aug'21
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5-Jun'21
* Nika has attended two shows and got awarded 2xCAC, 2xBOS, BOB.
We are very happy!

GREEN WOODS FRENCH BULLDOGS

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15-May'21
* Nika has attended two shows. RCAC, CAC, BOB. Happy news!

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22-Aug'20
* Vita won Best Baby at a dog show today.

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30-May'20
* Jumping jacks!

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28-Mar'2017
* Among thousands of French bulldogs breeders, what makes us stand out?
It is really hard to distinguish oneself in this thoroughly saturated French Bulldog market. So here are some tips about us:

1. Experience.
Our first Frenchie entered our lives many-many years ago. And we've had many-many adorable bulldogs since then. It is not just the good that makes you stand out. But rather dealing with the bad and handling it professionally, and learning from it. Be it breeding, or potential health issues, or any other problems. That's what makes us stronger and more experienced.

2. Quality
Breed standard is important in terms of structure and anatomy. We are not so rigid about color. Blue frenchies, for instance, are wonderful. A lot of them have been bred to the standard. And they don't have any color related health issues. So why not...

3. Knowledge
We've been with the breed for such a long time. Every year and every litter bring more and more knowledge to us. It's important to never stop learning in breeding. The more you know the better your puppies are going to be. Health, personality, training, genetics, breeding lines compatibility - all of this is very important.

4. Care
We care about our dogs. We care about what is produced. We care about where our puppies go. We care about future breeding plans. We care about puppies' health. We care about the quality we produce.

5. Results
Show ring wins, titles or just a very high quality well-bred litter, buyers' happy feedback, or owning a really really nice dog of your own breeding - these are the results we want to see.

6. Diversity
A lot of colored lines use rather close inbreedings. That's a no-no for us. The fewer common ancestors in the pedigree, the more genetic diversity, which means better overall health of the breed. Structure is what colored lines can borrow from classic lines. Diversity is what classic line can borrow from classic lines.

7. Support
If you have questions after puppy pick-up - contact us.

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15-Feb'2016
* French Bulldog problems you need to be aware of!!!

1. They are addictive!!
2. They can be stubborn.. and are hard to potty train. Many Frenchie owners having a heck of a time getting them to not pee/poop in the house.
3. They are so ATTACHED to their owners. They want all the attention and donít believe in personal space!
4. They are prone to overheating and sometimes skin issues.
5. Have to run cream on their nose daily because it dries out.
6. Prepare to spend on good quality food.
7. The breed is not inexpensive and you need to understand youíll likely get what you pay for.
- Many will have a litter or two or more and then things will go south. Most wonít be able to stomach the hard times. Not everything is textbook or comes together with any kind of a plan. Breeding dogs requires a lot of work and knowledge. Many people will simply fade away


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