AKC French Bulldog available for stud services in the Tri-State Area

Huggy Behr

Breed your French Bulldog with our AKC Sire. He has a compact body with a beautiful short face. He has a short fawn coat with a black mask. He has a friendly disposition and great social skills. Our Sire was concieved and born naturally. (No C-Section) 


Contact us when you are ready to mate your dog and discuss stud fees.

POL option available.





Good puppies start long before breeding ever takes place. Both parents need long-term care - what dog people call conditioning - to produce the best offspring. This means regular veterinary care, screening for genetic problems, pre-breeding tests, and regular exercise and good nutrition. Bitches should not be overweight and should have good muscle tone before breeding. Additionally, a bitch that is in good mental condition will make a better mother than a bitch that is insecure, snappy, or has an otherwise unstable temperament.

One month before breeding, the bitch should have a thorough pre-breeding physical examination by a veterinarian. Her vaccinations should be current, and she should be tested and treated for parasites

Keep in mind that AKC Rules do not allow, except with special documentation, the registration of a litter out of a dam less than 8 months or more than 12 years of age at the time of mating, or by a sire less than 7 months or more than 12 years of age at the time of mating should be tested and treated for parasites.


Above info from the AKC website

FAQ regarding acceptable colors and weight

Many Breeders brag that there dogs have rare colors and heavyweight. Most rare colors constitute disqualification. Dog over 28lbs also constitute disqualification. Before breeding your dog review the AKC Standards. Below are a few standards from the AKC website

Acceptable colors - All brindle, fawn, white, brindle and white, and any color except those which constitute disqualification. All colors are acceptable with the exception of solid black, mouse, liver, black and tan, black and white, and white with black, which are disqualifications. Black means black without a trace of brindle

Any alteration other than removal of dewclaws.
Over 28 pounds in weight!.
Other than bat ears.
Nose other than black, except in the case of lighter colored dogs, where a lighter colored nose is acceptable.
Solid black, mouse, liver, black and tan, black and white, and white with black. Black means black without a trace of brindle.

For more info on breed standards visit the AKC website below


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