TARRA- - French bulldog
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25€ Free
Rabies Vaccination
30€ Free
EU Pet Passport
15€ Free
Puppy Starter Pack
75€ Free
Canine Infectious Diseases Vaccinations
15€ Free
ISO Microchip
20€ Free
Flea & Tick Treatment
15€ Free
Health Check Certificate
20€ Free
Corona and Parvo virus tested
Total savings: 215€
Transport the puppy is possible after this date: EU: 18. 8. 2019, USA: 02. 9. 2019
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About TARRA-

All so sweet and spirited already. That´s the new litter of blue French bulldogs! Two blue boys, one blue girl and one cream fawn girl are healthy, fun and silly French Bulldog puppies. They will be a perfect new family member!

The puppies are gentle and love to play hard and then snuggle up for a cuddle.

The puppies are excellent in color of the coat that they have inherited after their parents. Of course, they are involved in everyday family life. They are used to all the everyday sounds.

They are  completely vaccinated, chipped, dewormed, with a current health certificate as well as tested for corona and parvo virus.

* We also offer over standard tests such as:

X-ray of the respiratory system

X-Ray Hip Dysplasia Diagnosis etc.

For more informations do not hesitate to contact us .We can do a live video calls for you to see the puppy live .

French bulldog
89 weeks
Birth date
May 5, 2019


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Breed information

Country of Origin

The French Bulldog was originally developed in England. In the 1860s, imported French dog breeders, some of these very small Bulldogs from Great Britain and bred them with French Terriers.




Dogs: 9-14kg Female: -8-13kg


Dogs: 27-35cm Female: 24-32cm

Life Expectancy

10-14 years

Litter Size

2 to 5

Health Issues

They are prone to eye and respiratory problems which should be closely monitored by regular vet visits. It may wheeze, snore and be gassy. The French Bulldog cannot swim because of its physique, so be very careful around swimming pools. Sometimes bitches must deliver by Cesarean section because of the puppies’ large heads.

To minimize the risk of your Frenchie developing any hereditary health issues, you should buy a French Bulldog puppy from a reputable French Bulldog breeder.

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