I have 2 beautiful frenchbulldog puppies for forever loving homes, mum is a rare blue sable dad is blue tan, make pup is blue sable female is blue sable showing tan, pups have been raised in my family home around my young children and have a beautiful temperament, pups will leave having 2 health checks wormed upto date and have had 1st vaccination, pups are kennel club registered and come with papers and 4 weeks kennel club free insurance, any questions please message, a
£300 non refundable will be taken to secure pup, puppies are 3 weeks old and due to go to their new homes on the 14th feb( valentines day) lovely present for a loved one ❤️ 1st to view will buy as these are adorable, any questions please don't hesitate to ask.
Bitch: blue sable showing tan- £2100
Male : blue sable £1800
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There are many similarities between these two breeds—the Boston terrier and French bulldog. Unsurprisingly, one is often mistaken for the other. These two little pooches not only have similar striking physical features but they are closely related in genetics and history.