When it comes to stud dogs or male dogs in general, it is theoretically acceptable to let them breed as soon as they achieve sexual maturity. This includes French Bulldogs. This often takes place anywhere between the ages of four and six months, depending on the genetics, health, and history of the individual dog.
When the female is in heat, mating should take place between 5-18 days. Two to eight years of age is a safe window for breeding in female French bulldogs. On the other hand, male French bulldogs must also reach sexual maturity before they may be bred. Therefore, you won’t be able to do anything with them until they are around 15 months old.
What are the problems with raising a French Bulldog?
The inability of male French Bulldogs to effectively mount a female French Bulldog when she is in heat is one of the most significant challenges associated with the process of breeding French Bulldogs. They are not tall enough to reach the female, and another issue is that they do not have the endurance to live long enough to successfully reproduce.
How much does it cost to get a French Bulldog registered?
You will be required to provide information on your animals (including registration names and numbers), your personal history of breeding French Bulldogs, any applicable club memberships, and a modest amount (usually approximately $60 US) for the membership costs when you finish the application process.