Bullistik® Stud Dogs

oh, those wonderful, fabulous boys!!

It is no secret that I am boy crazy; always have been and always will be.    There is something so very different and special about the males in any breed. Hell, any species on Earth for that matter.

MALICE cocoa fawn

Canines specifically: they have it all; monster heads, substance for days, bone galore, expression that draws you in, and they instinctively know how to butter up and win over the opposite sex (canine or human).

Makes absolutely no difference what color they are, those incredible and endearing male attributes are unmistakable and resistance is futile

MILKDUD cocoa trindle

I am so incredibully fortunate to have shared my life with some truly amazing stud dogs over the past 33 years, and they came in a variety of colors, but each and every one of them shared attributes that are top priority at Bullistik®: conformation, health, and temperament!

PRISM black mask red sable

Admittedly, I have produced over 50 AKC Champion French Bulldogs throughout my life with this breed and the sport of purebred dogs and loved every second of handling my dogs to their championships

Brindle Pied AKC Champion, TEN

However, the majority of the pups that I have had in the past, and will produce in the future will purposely be placed in companion (pet) homes, never to be bred or exhibited, but rather to live their lives as treasured members of their families til death they do part.

So, as you probably noticed, health testing is paramount at Bullistik® and our stud dogs must fit strict criteria to be used in our program.  No male would ever be used at stud if they are not clear or unaffected for the many diseases that can be DNA tested for and affect the French Bulldog breed as well as OFA tested for cardiac, hips, patellas, and tracheal hypoplasia.

Yes, I am very much attracted to the ‘non-standard’ colors that occur in the French Bulldog breed, BUT, I began my love affair with standard colored French Bulldogs that could compete in the AKC conformation show ring.

I spent many, many years as AKC Show Chairman for both the AKC National and Regional French Bulldog Clubs, FBDCA and FBCDFW, and served as President, Vice President, and Board Member of the FBCDFW so would never consider sacrificing conformation, health, or temperament in my quest to have all the colors that naturally exist in this breed (standard and non-standard).

My stud dogs are all health tested, and those results are public.  I only offer my boys at stud to AKC French Bulldog females that conform to the breed standard in structure, and that are also health screened. 

I spend thousands of dollars in health testing on my Frenchies to do all that I can to be sure that I am breeding structurally sound and healthy puppies in each generation of Bullistik® frogdogs.

It would be irresponsible and pointless to allow one of my stud dogs to be bred to a bitch that has not been health screened.
That may not make me a fan of some breeders, but my concern always has been and always will be for my dogs, the offspring they produce, and the new owners that live their lives with a Bullistik® Frenchie.