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Missing French Bulldog Caledon Bolton Ontario Canada


A French Bulldog is missing and possibly stolen from his owner’s property in the Bolton – Caledon area of SW Ontario, Canada. Poutine is a brindle pied (black and white) neutered male French Bulldog. He is wearing a blue collar, and is microchipped and wearing pet tags from Nobleton Veterinary . Poutine went missing from […]

French Bulldog Champion Barkston Atom

Vintage French Bulldogs – Old Fashioned is Still in Style

– Click to view film on British Pathe website I found this gem in the British Pathe film library – it’s footage of the Richmond, UK dog show, and shows several breeds, including a French Bulldog named “Champion Baxter’s Atom”, owned by one of England’s most renowned, French Bulldog breeders,  Mrs. Townsend Green. Mrs Townsend […]

Over 100 people and their French Bulldogs joined us for the Eastern Canada French Bulldog Club Social Meet Up.

Eastern Canada French Bulldog Club Meet Up at Pet Social in Toronto

Sunday was the Eastern Canada French Bulldog Club French Bulldog Social, held at Pet Social Pet Supplies & Boutique in Toronto. We were amazed at how many people attended! I want to thank everyone who helped – Suzanne Singh of Pet Social and her wonderful staff, Rhichard Devrieze , Ashleigh De Vries and everyone who […]

French Bulldog Fun Day at Pet Social in Toronto, Sunday March 2 11:00 am to 1:00 pm.

Toronto French Bulldog Fun Day for ECFBC

(Please note venue change!) Eastern Canada French Bulldog Club invites you to attend their first Frenchie meet up of 2014. Enjoy fun, friends and Frenchies, while prospective French Bulldog owners learn more about the breed. Activities include: – indoor playtime, with agility course! – consults with trainers, breeders and French Bulldog rescue volunteers – meet […]

USDA Licensed and Inspected Dog Kennel

CFIA Partners Canadian Breeders with USDA

This is a repost of an article I originally wrote in 2010, and it details more specifically the CFIA’s insistence that any dog imported by a ‘commercial importer’ (if you breed, show, train or handle dogs, CFIA designates you as a ‘commercial importer). The import restrictions now being enforced by Canadian Border Services, on behalf […]

This is what a USDA breeder looks like

CFIA’s Import Rules for Importing Dogs into Canada – Repost

This is a repost of a blog entry I wrote in 2010. The rules have still not changed, although the Canadian Kennel Club, which is the body that supposedly advocates for purebred dog breeders in Canada, has been asked repeatedly to lobby CFIA and Agriculture Canada for more reasonable rules of entry. Many of us […]