2024 Available Puppies

               

Updated 2-24-24
TIME TO ADD A NEW FAMILY MEMBER?

We have Available (older) Babies and new babies due in March!!

They’re going quickly!

                           These babies are our 3rd &

5th generation pups raised with our

Longevity Plan!

Feel free to text me (865) 384-7631 (Janis)

Now taking deposits for spring/summer 2024 PUPPIES. We have Frenchton babies due in March (coming home in May).

 

AVAILABLE Frenchton Huey – Well Built Fawn, Confident, Hilarious, Playful, Sweetness

 

Companion Adoption – $2200

Mia and Harley have outdone themselves with these 5 little superstars that are 70% Frenchie/30% Boston. These babies are our 5th generation babies raised with our Longevity Plan, wow!

Beautiful Huey dons a fawn coat accented with black and white and some sabling. Sabling is the darker tipped hairs that give the coat a rich depth in different places on the body like the tail, spine, ear tips, eyebrow area, around the neck, etc. The white and black contrast on his neck and goatee area really dresses him up and gives him that bulldog ‘smile’. I think his goatee makes him look intelligent!

Huey is the biggest of his litter and has a great bulldog build. He’s going to be one of those guys that is muscled up nicely and will really turn heads wherever he goes once fully mature. He gets that fabulous physique from his sire Harley. This gorgeous sweetie also has a great snout (what we breed for to add healthy longevity) and the perfect sized ears. I just love everything about his looks and how he carries himself!

Huey’s personality is a great reflection of both parents. He has that sweetness from both, a little goofiness thrown in there from dad and some smarts from mom. He has the poise from his champion bloodline heritage and carries himself well and confidently. He’s the kind of guy that knows what he wants but doesn’t push himself on others. He’s very engaging and fun loving and can be hilarious. He likes to ‘wave’ while he’s playing. I love his confidence and playful nature. It’s just natural for him to be himself no matter what his mood is!

Mother, Frenchton Mia,is my daughter’s grown dog and is a gorgeous black and white 50/50 Frenchton that we raised from birth. She is the daughter of our AKC Frenchie Blue Diamond and AKC Boston Cadia. Cadia’s great grandsire is AKC GRAND Champion ‘Crazy Bout a Sharp Dressed Man by Charlie’. We did not own Charlie but did own Cadi’s mother Cali and her mother Mitzi (Charlie’s daughter). That makes Mia’s and Harley’s babies our 5th generation babies raised with our Longevity Plan. Wow! Cadi, Cali, and Mitzi, and now Mia are all retired and adopted.

Momma Mia (couldn’t wait to call her that, lol) is not only a beautiful representation of a 50/50 Frenchton but is also super sweet with a fabulous personality. Her personality and looks are

a wonderful blend of both breeds. She’s intelligent, generally obedient, very loving and has a good sense of humor that keeps us entertained.

Sire, Harley is the biggest, sweetest, Teddy Bear and is a bit of a meathead (and I mean that in a loving and hilarious way). He’s the Frenchton sire in our family and at 88% Frenchie/12% Boston, you can definitely see the Frenchie in this big fella. Even though he looks like a stocky, gorgeous, masked, muscled-up supermodel, he’s really just a sweetheart Romeo that happens to have the perfect measure of goofiness, affection, and kindness for the brethren, lol. He gets along with any and all of the other dogs including the other 2 male studs (and it’s not always easy for studs to get along with each other!). Harley, a red fawn with a black mask, not only passes his outer beauty on to his offspring but also influences their personalities in a fabulous way. I love this gorgeous sweetie!

Our amazing Frenchtons are raised for extended longevity, fantastic bloodlines, exceptional personalities, and excellent markings. Our testimonials and references are proof! At weaning, our babies are on a healthy home-prepared/species-appropriate diet, purified water, and a longevity supplement. They are potty trained to about the size of one room by about 8 weeks of age and are doing some early crate training. We expect these babies to weigh 17-22 pounds fully grown.

Gorgeous fawn Huey with his confident and fun loving nature is sure to be the star of the show wherever he goes and be a wonderful addition to his family!

He is $2200. Let me know if he’s the one for you!

Feel free to text me,

Janis

865.384.7631

 

 

Hami, now Pirlo – Adopted by Caterina and Peter in Tennessee -Funny, – Smaller, Dark Brindle, Comedian, Romeo, Well Rounded

Companion Adoption – $1800

Mia and Harley have outdone themselves with these 5 little superstars who are 70% Frenchie/30% Boston. These babies are our 5th generation babies raised with our Longevity Plan, wow!

Ahhh, this sweet Hami boy!

Little Hami sports a dark brindle outfit. He is the smallest of his brothers by just a bit, but is big on personality. His dark coat is accented with a signature white patch on his chest and a faint goatee which may fade as he matures. Hami’s ears are a bit shorter and he is built leaning more to the Frenchie side of his Frenchton genetics. He still has some good length on his legs so he should be able to hop up and down from a normal size couch or bed.  He has a bit longer snout which is what we breed for to add healthy longevity.

This little cutie pie, Hami, has a super sweet personality. He likes to be the first one to run to us when we come in the room (very observant) and is a baby Romeo.  He’s funny, playful, has the perfect amount of spunk and just seems to know he’s something special. Prince Hami prides himself on being funny and knows how to liven up those around him with his antics.  He isn’t bossy and isn’t (always) the first one to start the bulldog games, but he’s flexible and if he thinks it needs to be playtime, he will grab a toy and initiate the fun.  He’s a well rounded little guy (like all of his siblings) and is just happy to be himself (and happy to get hugs).  I think he will be one who is content watching tv on someone’s lap, going for a ride, doing some random zoomies just for fun, or getting into whatever the family has planned.  He’s going to be a great little companion!

Mother, Frenchton Mia, is my daughter’s grown dog and is a gorgeous black and white 50/50 Frenchton that we raised from birth. She is the daughter of our AKC Frenchie Blue Diamond and AKC Boston Cadia. Cadia’s great grandsire is AKC GRAND Champion ‘Crazy Bout a Sharp Dressed Man by Charlie’. We did not own Charlie but did own Cadi’s mother Cali and her mother Mitzi (Charlie’s daughter). That makes Mia’s and Harley’s babies our 5th generation babies raised with our Longevity Plan. Wow! Cadi, Cali, and Mitzi, and now Mia are all retired and adopted.

Momma Mia (couldn’t wait to call her that, lol) is not only a beautiful representation of a 50/50 Frenchton but is also super sweet with a fabulous personality. Her personality and looks are a wonderful blend of both breeds. She’s intelligent, generally obedient, very loving and has a good sense of humor that keeps us entertained.

Sire, Harley is the biggest, sweetest, Teddy Bear and is a bit of a meathead (and I mean that lovingly and hilariously). He’s the Frenchton sire in our family and at 88% Frenchie/12% Boston, you can definitely see the Frenchie in this big fella.  Even though he looks like a stocky, gorgeous, masked, muscled-up supermodel, he’s really just a sweetheart Romeo who happens to have the perfect measure of goofiness, affection, and kindness for the brethren, lol.  He gets along with any and all of the other dogs including the other 2 male studs before they retired (and it’s not always easy for studs to get along with each other!). Harley, a red fawn with a black mask, not only passes his outer beauty on to his offspring but also fabulously influences their personalities. I love this gorgeous sweetie!

Our amazing Frenchtons are raised for extended longevity, fantastic bloodlines, exceptional personalities, and excellent markings. Our testimonials and references are proof! At weaning, our babies are on a healthy home-prepared/species-appropriate diet, purified water, and a longevity supplement. They are potty trained to about the size of one room by about 8 weeks of age and are doing some early crate training. We expect these babies to weigh 17-22 pounds fully grown. Hami will probably stay on the smaller end of this guesstimate.

 Hami, now Pirlo, is adopted by his furever family in Tennessee!

 

AVAILABLE Frenchton Haz – White heart on chest, Observant, Content, Loving, Easy to work with

 

Companion Adoption – $1700

Mia and Harley have outdone themselves with these 5 little superstars that are 70% Frenchie/30% Boston. These babies are our 5th generation babies raised with our Longevity Plan, wow!

Stunningly handsome Prince Haz sports a dark black brindle outfit with a cute little white heart on his chest. How often does that happen??? He is more Frenchie built and size wise he and Handy are in the middle of brothers Hami (smallest) and Huey (largest). Haz has a great snout (a bit longer bred for healthier longevity). His tail is as unique as he is and is pointed! I like to tell him ‘touche’ as in the exclamation used in the sport of fencing and as in the acknowledgement of a good ‘point’. That might be a cute name for a little sweetheart like him. This little guy is just too adorable with that little heart, pointed tail, and those ears (that he will grow into!)

Haz’ is as personable on the inside as he is adorable on the outside. He has a great middle of the road nature (like all of his siblings) and is confident and sometimes silly too (gets that from his sire, lol). He’s playful, observant, content, and sometimes full of himself. Haz isn’t the activities planner but does join in all of the fun anytime there’s action. He will sometimes sit by and watch before joining in but once he’s in, playtime is serious business. Haz’ likes being held, enjoys taking in everything going on around him, and will give some sweet kisses. He reminds me so much of his mama! During picture time, he was fairly easy to work with and I always like to think of that as future easy trainability. I just love this unique little guy!

Mother, Frenchton Mia,is my daughter’s grown dog and is a gorgeous black and white 50/50 Frenchton that we raised from birth. She is the daughter of our AKC Frenchie Blue Diamond and AKC Boston Cadia. Cadia’s great grandsire is AKC GRAND Champion ‘Crazy Bout a Sharp Dressed Man by Charlie’. We did not own Charlie but did own Cadi’s mother Cali and her mother Mitzi (Charlie’s daughter). That makes Mia’s and Harley’s babies our 5th generation babies raised with our Longevity Plan. Wow! Cadi, Cali, and Mitzi, and now Mia are all retired and adopted.

Momma Mia (couldn’t wait to call her that, lol) is not only a beautiful representation of a 50/50 Frenchton but is also super sweet with a fabulous personality. Her personality and looks are

a wonderful blend of both breeds. She’s intelligent, generally obedient, very loving and has a good sense of humor that keeps us entertained.

Sire, Harley is the biggest, sweetest, Teddy Bear and is a bit of a meathead (and I mean that in a loving and hilarious way). He’s the Frenchton sire in our family and at 88% Frenchie/12% Boston, you can definitely see the Frenchie in this big fella. Even though he looks like a stocky, gorgeous, masked, muscled-up supermodel, he’s really just a sweetheart Romeo that happens to have the perfect measure of goofiness, affection, and kindness for the brethren, lol. He gets along with any and all of the other dogs including the other 2 male studs (and it’s not always easy for studs to get along with each other!). Harley, a red fawn with a black mask, not only passes his outer beauty on to his offspring but also influences their personalities in a fabulous way. I love this gorgeous sweetie!

Our amazing Frenchtons are raised for extended longevity, fantastic bloodlines, exceptional personalities, and excellent markings. Our testimonials and references are proof! At weaning, our babies are on a healthy home-prepared/species-appropriate diet, purified water, and a longevity supplement. They are potty trained to about the size of one room by about 8 weeks of age and are doing some early crate training. We expect these babies to weigh 17-22 pounds fully grown.

Sweet and Unique Haz with his pointed tail, the white heart he wears on his chest and his fabulous personality is sure to be loved everywhere he goes. What a special little guy!

He is $1700. Let me know if he’s the one for you!

Feel free to text me,

Janis

865.384.7631

 

 

AVAILABLE – HANDI – Beautiful Tiger Striped, Funny Expressions, Content, Thoughtful, Great Personality

Companion Adoption – $1700

 Mia (now retired) and Harley have outdone themselves with these 5 little superstars that are 70% Frenchie/30% Boston. These babies are our 5th generation babies raised with our Longevity Plan, wow!

 
My daughter just retired from raising dogs and adopted her 2 females into their forever homes. She happened to have these babies at the same time my winter babies were born and together we had almost all males.  That’s why we have these amazing little guys left now (at 6 months of age).  It just gives us more time to continue to train, love them and watch their personalities bloom!
    
Fabulously tiger-striped light brindle Handi is such a precious little gentleman!
 

His full-body brindle coat is accented with a white chest marking, a few white-tipped back toes, and a hint of a white goatee.  Like his siblings, he is built more to the Frenchie side of his heritage (thanks to being 70% Frenchie/30% Boston) but does have some good length on his legs which will help him get up and down from normal height furniture. He has a nice squared bulldog head and a symmetrical body which will mature into a gorgeous bulked-up fella once full grown (these babies get their size their first year – height/length- and their bulldog bulk the second year).

From the side, you can see his gorgeous light to medium-colored brindling which will continue to lighten up and become even more stunning. Handy looks like an artist hand-painted his intricately designed coat!

 

Handi’s personality is equally as amazing as his gorgeous brindled coat. 

His perfectly middle-of-the-road outlook shines through in everything he does.  He’s a thoughtful little guy (with adorable expressions) who is very engaging and fun-loving. Being held or sitting in someone’s lap is fine with him and so is eating, chasing a toy, rumbling with his siblings, becoming the comedian for a few minutes, or napping wherever and whenever his batteries run down. Handy is confident and funny with the perfect amount of puppy spunk. Often he’s the one who starts the bulldog games and has a good measure of confidence that comes from the great bloodlines. He’s happy to be himself and with the world around him. Handi is curious and likes to explore and check out any new toy. I think he will be a good listener and fairly easy to train. This litter has such a great heritage from our fabulous bloodlines and that is what has made him such a well-rounded gentleman!

 

Mother, Frenchton Mia, is my daughter’s grown dog and is a gorgeous black and white 50/50 Frenchton that we raised from birth. She is the daughter of our AKC Frenchie Blue Diamond and AKC Boston Cadia. Cadia’s great grandsire is AKC GRAND Champion ‘Crazy Bout a Sharp Dressed Man by Charlie’. We did not own Charlie but did own Cadi’s mother Cali and her mother Mitzi (Charlie’s daughter). That makes Mia’s and Harley’s babies our 5th generation babies raised with our Longevity Plan. Wow! Cadi, Cali, and Mitzi, and now Mia are all retired and adopted.

Momma Mia (couldn’t wait to call her that, lol) is not only a beautiful representation of a 50/50 Frenchton but is also super sweet with a fabulous personality. Her personality and looks are

a wonderful blend of both breeds. She’s intelligent, generally obedient, very loving and has a good sense of humor that keeps us entertained. 

Sire, Harley is the biggest, sweetest, Teddy Bear and is a bit of a meathead (and I mean that lovingly and hilariously). He’s the Frenchton sire in our family and at 88% Frenchie/12% Boston, you can definitely see the Frenchie in this big fella.  Even though he looks like a stocky, gorgeous, masked, muscled-up supermodel, he’s really just a sweetheart Romeo who happens to have the perfect measure of goofiness, affection, and kindness for the brethren, lol.  He gets along with any and all of the other dogs including the other 2 male studs before they retired (and it’s not always easy for studs to get along with each other!). Harley, a red fawn with a black mask, not only passes his outer beauty on to his offspring but also fabulously influences their personalities. I love this gorgeous sweetie!

Our amazing Frenchtons are raised for extended longevity, fantastic bloodlines, exceptional personalities, and excellent markings. Our testimonials and references are proof! At weaning, our babies are on a healthy home-prepared/species-appropriate diet, purified water, and a longevity supplement. They are potty trained to about the size of one room by about 8 weeks of age and are doing some early crate training. We expect these babies to weigh 17-22 pounds fully grown.

Handi, now 6 months old, with his beautifully brindled handsomeness along with his fabulous personality and contented heart is sure to be a wonderful companion and treasure to his family. 

 

 Handi is $1700. Let me know if he is the one for you!

Feel free to text me,

Janis

865.384.7631

 

 

AVAILABLE Banjo– Frenchton Male Red Fawn – Content, Easy Going, Snuggly, Perfect Spunk

Companion Adoption – $1500

We’re thrilled with Emma and Harley’s litter of 6 males nicknamed ‘The Boys in the Band’!

Baby Banjo dons a beautiful red fawn coat with a black mask and some white accents. His white chest, thin white blaze between his eyes, and his white goatee compliment his gorgeous red fawn. The white blaze between his eyes will close in a bit and may close in completely leaving a little white spot on top of his snout. Banjo’s nose has a bit of extra length to it which we breed for to add healthy longevity. Both ears are tipped over in these pictures but they can be up and down a bit until the babies stop teething. Banjo’s built leaning toward the stocky side with a handsomely square bulldog head. Once mature he’s going to look like a gorgeous muscled up superstar. The babies get their size the first year and their bulldog bulk the second year.

Banjo is a content sort of guy. His personality leans more toward being laid back and easy going. Don’t get me wrong – he has PLENTY of puppy spunk but his confidence in himself helps him be very easy going and happy go lucky. When I hold him, he likes to tuck his head under my chin, just to snuggle in and show that he likes being right with his people.

With his siblings he’s playful but not overbearing and once the fun is in motion, he’s all about being part of it. During picture time, he was fairly easy to work with. I always like to consider that as future easy trainability!

Mother, Emma, is a loving young lady and is a third-generation female that we have raised with our Longevity Plan. Emma has the most amazing personality and is an obedient and affectionate little girl. She has great bloodlines with champions from both parents. Her sire comes from our Bogie One Kanogie who carried 40 champions in 7 generations and her dam descends from a short line of champions that leads right to ‘Cosmo’ probably the most famous Boston terrier of our time.

Sire, Harley is the sweetest Teddy Bear fella and is a bit of a meathead (and I mean that lovingly and hilariously). He’s the Frenchton sire in our family and at 88% Frenchie/12% Boston, you can definitely see the Frenchie in this handsome fella. Even though he looks like a stocky, gorgeous, masked, muscled-up supermodel, he’s really just a sweetheart Romeo who happens to have the perfect measure of goofiness, affection, and kindness for the brethren. He gets along with all of the other dogs including the other 2 male studs (and it’s not always easy for studs to get along with each other!). Harley, a red fawn with a black mask, not only passes his outer beauty (and beautiful bulldog bulk) onto his offspring but also fabulously influences their personalities. I love this gorgeous sweetie!

Our amazing Frenchtons are raised for extended longevity, excellent health, fantastic bloodlines, exceptional personalities, and a wonderful blend of both the Frenchie and Boston bulldog build. Our testimonials and references are proof. These babies are on a healthy home-prepared/species-appropriate diet, purified water, a longevity supplement, and are our fourth-generation babies raised this way (in these bloodlines). They are potty trained to about the size of one room by about 8 weeks of age and are doing some early crate training. We expect these babies to weigh 18-23 pounds full grown. Banjo will probably be more toward the lower side of this guesstimate.

Sweet, Mr. Banjo with his beautiful red fawn attire and content, sweetheart and content personality is sure to be the heart of his family and keep his people feeling loved. Banjo is $1500. Let me know if he’s the one for you!

Janis

 

 

BONGO -Adopted by Tammy and family in Georgia – Fawn Frenchton  – Charming, Big Boy, Affectionate, Funny, Easy Going

Charming, Affectionate, Funny, Easy to Work With

Companion Adoption – $2400

Meet Bongo and the Boys in the Band by Emma and Harley!

Adorable Fawn Bongo is a super little guy. His light fawn coat is accented with a black mask, thin white blaze between his eyes, a white goatee, and some white tipped back toes. His head is nicely squared and his body is solid and built a little shorter in height than a 50/50. Bongo’s snout is a bit longer (what we breed for to add healthy longevity). His white blaze between his eyes will close in a bit and may disappear altogether, possibly leaving a little white patch on top of his nose. Bongo is the largest baby in the litter and may be about 25-29 pounds full grown. The icing on the cake for this gorgeous guy is his sporty little tail.

Mr. Bongo has a charming personality to go with his over the top cuteness. Like all of his brothers, he has a great middle of the road nature but Bongo also has a super sweet side to him. He is snuggly, easily gives kisses, and likes to lay with his paws across my shoulder. I tell him people are going to think he’s a bird sitting up there but he doesn’t seem to care as long as he can have the view from my shoulder. He also thinks it’s funny to ‘nuzzle’ in my ear while he’s perched there. With his siblings he’s all about whatever they are doing and puts playtime at the top of his to do list. Along with being sooo loveable and playful, he prides himself on being funny and easy to work with. During picture time he would sit still for just a bit to let me get some good pictures. I always like to think of that as future easy trainability!

Mother, Emma, is a loving young lady and is a third generation AKC Boston terrier female that we have raised with our Longevity Plan. Emma has the most amazing personality and is an obedient and affectionate little girl. She has great bloodlines with champions from both parents. Her sire comes from our Bogie One Kanogie who carried 40 champions in 7 generations and her dam descends from a short line of champions that leads right to ‘Cosmo’ probably the most famous Boston terrier of our time.

Sire, Harley is the sweetest Teddy Bear fella and is a bit of a meathead (and I mean that in a loving and hilarious way). He’s the Frenchton sire in our family and at 88% Frenchie/12% Boston, you can definitely see the Frenchie in this handsome fella. Even though he looks like a stocky, gorgeous, masked, muscled-up supermodel, he’s really just a sweetheart Romeo that happens to have the perfect measure of goofiness, affection, and kindness for the brethren, lol. He gets along with any and all of the other dogs including the other 2 male studs (and it’s not always easy for studs to get along with each other!). Harley, a red fawn with a black mask, not only passes his outer beauty (and beautiful bulldog bulk) on to his offspring but also influences their personalities in a fabulous way. I love this gorgeous sweetie!

Our amazing Frenchtons are raised for extended longevity, excellent health, fantastic bloodlines, exceptional personalities, and a wonderful blend of both the Frenchie and Boston bulldog build. Our testimonials and references are proof. These babies are on a healthy home prepared/species appropriate diet, purified water, a longevity supplement, and are our fourth generation babies raised this way (in these bloodlines). They are potty trained to about the size of one room by about 8 weeks of age and are doing some early crate training. We expect these babies to weigh 18-23 pounds full grown.

Beautifully handsome, big guy, Bongo with his over the top cuteness, affectionate and funny nature, and easy to work with personality is sure to keep his family feeling loved and entertained! I know he’ll win friends everywhere he goes. This baby superstar is now with his furever family.

 

Our recommended food for Frenchtons

We have several things we feed our Frenchtons (and Bostons and Frenchies)but their favorite is Darwin's food that is prepackaged and pre-portioned.

It is delivered frozen to your home so it's easy to put in the freezer, thaw as needed, and simplyopen a meal and serve in a bowl.
Click on this link to get a sample pack or several weeks' worth for an amazing price!

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