Breeders list

The FBFC supports and recommends that all dogs used for breeding be screened for the following health issues

Hip Evaluation

Spine Evaluation

Patella Evaluation

Ophthalmologist Evaluation

Cardiac Exam

DNA Tests for Juvenile Cataract


The FBFC does not endorse or recommend these breeders. If you elect to use this list you are agreeing that any transactions between you and any of these individuals are strictly between you and that member. The FBFC will not be held responsible for any conflict that may occur, and by use of this list, you agree that you release the FBFC from any and all claims, damages, liability and expense.

British Columbia

Timepieces Frenchies  – Beverley Anderson
Vernon, BC Canada
FLAMANT – Patricia James
Port Coquitlam, BC Canada
Shambulla Frenchies – Arlene Adie
Williams Lake, BC Canada
MONBEBEBULL Reg’d – Margaret Au
Vancouver , BC Canada
ATALAYA Reg’d – Carey Brewer
Qualicum Beach, BC Canada
FERNRIDGE – Inge Mijinke
Langley, BC Canada
BFF Reg’d – Nadia Darkazanli
Vernon, BC Canada
LeChateau French Bulldogs
Alex & Natalia Vrublevskij
Maple Ridge, BC


Monitaps Perm Reg’d – Pat O’Keefe
Beaumont, AB Canada
Labralayne Kennel – Alayne Madill
Calgary, AB Canada
Taylor Ranch Kennels Perm. Reg’d – Twyla Taylor
French Bulldogs by Gernada – Kerrie Moisil


Incognito – Jackie Chysyk
Elstow, SK Canada


FULLOFBULL Reg’d. – Yvonne Poire
Kitchener, ON Canada
Stormin French Bulldogs – Rachel Crane
Cambridge, ON Canada
BUGABOO Reg’d – Heidi Merkli
Ottawa, ON Canada
Barknbwild Kennels Reg’d. – Sheri & Ivo Massi
Niagara Falls, ON L2G 5W9 Canada
Konigliche Reg’d – Brenda Burggraf
Coboconk, ON Canada
BytheBulls Reg’d – Jennifer & Melanie Choi
Burlington, ON Canada
FOXMOOR PETITE CHERIE Reg’d  Pat Berry – Anne McIntyre
Orangeville, ON Canada
Belboulecan Kennel – Dorit Fischler DVM
Almonte, ON K0A 1A0 Canada
Aristocrafts French Bulldog – Richard Rockford
Saint Anns, ON


DI ORO Reg’d. – Sophie St. Amour
Montreal, Quebec Canada

Nova Scotia

Windridge Perm Reg’d – Paula Roberts
Lower Selma, NS Canada


  • Always visit the kennel or home.
  • Make certain the dam (mother) is on the premises and available for you to see.
  • Ask to see health certificates and records of visits to the veterinarian.
  • Insist upon being provided with a signed bill of sale stating the puppy is being sold as a purebred.
  • Insist upon being provided with a written guarantee.
  • Confirm that the dog has been permanently and uniquely identified with tattoo or microchip.
  • Confirm CKC registration of the parents, the litter and the puppy you are about to purchase.
  • Ask if the breeder is a member of the CKC.


One advantage of purebred dogs is that the qualities of each generation (size, coat, temperament) are passed on to the next. Purebred dogs are sold through various channels but the only source we recommend is from a knowledgeable breeder who specializes in your breed of choice. Visit a number of breeders and compare the dogs, the facilities and the breeders. Make your final purchase from someone you are comfortable with and who you feel you can trust beyond the day of purchase to be as concerned about your puppy’s future as you are.