That’s to come, but in the meantime, here are some adorable puppy photos. Can you tell which ones are genetically cream, and which ones are fawn? And can you spot the elusive double recessive fawn pied puppy?
If you haven’t been watching our newly re introduced French Bulldog puppy cam, you’re missing out. The cam, on periodically throughout the day, is a close up view of the puppies, doing the things puppies do – eating, sleeping, rolling around, kicking their feet in the air, and generally being adorable. The cam isn’t on all day (we have country internet with a usage cap, and running it 24/7 would kill us), but I announce when it’s on via Twitter and Facebook. Here’s the link –
The cam (which is a Dropcam, and I can NOT recommend it highly enough!!) works on all desktop computers, but on mobile devices you might have to install the Dropcam app, look up the cam feed, and watch via the app. If all of that sounds like just too much work, check out this timelapse video, of a single afternoon on the live cam – and then you’ll know what you’re missing!
I’m not sure what the weather is like where you are, but we’ve been snowed in more days this winter than I can count. That’s ok, though, because what better way is there to spend a snow day than playing on the floor with a pack of French Bulldog puppies?
Here’s a video of Viola’s five Frenchie puppies, and their ‘big sister’, Squishii. French Bulldog puppy playtime is the best playtime of all!
In between all of the craziness, I try to get in at least a few hours of French Bulldog puppy one on one play time every day. Lately, I’ve been practicing with the kids and their carrier bags, since all three puppies are flying under the seat to their new homes.
The cuteness inspired this new video…
Merry Christmas, from Bullmarket French Bulldogs! I hope you’ll enjoy our annual French Bulldog video Christmas Card 🙂
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