Current and Updated list of AVAILABLE puppies (see below for more info):
Hobbs- male, born 4/5/18
Ruthie- female, born 4/10/18
Ophilia & Penny- females, born 6/30
Wynn & Presley- males and females Joslynn & Savannah, born 7/15
These lovely Ladies have some beautiful babies!
White Oak Rusty Renee of Royal T
Babies born April 10 : two males/ three femalesAVAILABLE:ONE FEMALE
Ruthie is AVAILABLE! $3000 (full AKC) Discount for pet!
Rosie- SOLD to Mary & Ken
Raina-SOLD to Lane & Stephanie
The boys Rally & Ricochet
Rally is SOLD: Thank you JoAnne
Ricochet is SOLD- thank you Danielle!
Hazel of Royal T and Royal T Rosin Up My Bow: HAZEL’S male, Hobbs is available!
Puppies born April 3: female- Hallie SOLD
Baby photo, Hobbs
Male- Hobbs – AVAILABLE
AVAILABLE- This is an awesome male! Classic Frenchie look…just what we strive for in the breed 🙂
New photos of Hobbs:
EXCELLENT Personality! Loves to play, very respectful pup!
Sire: Royal T Rosin Up My Bow (Ros):
23 1/2 lbs
~ Magnolia and Rosin have a litter of Two,
with classic American pedigree ~
Maggie- excellent Mom! She has two fawn/black masked females (Ophilia & Penny), born 6/30 available. photos coming….
White Oak Magnolia of Royal T (AKA Maggie)
(Champion Crosscitys White Oak Keep on Truckin X White Oak Dolly P)
Champion “Trucker” – Maggies sire
“Dolly” Maggie’s dam
Fabulous Ladies of Royal T Frenchies:
Harley of Royal T
Wee Wiggles: (whelped 7/15…2 males/2 females)
Moxie Jo of Royal T:
Diamond Jo of Royal T:
Grogan’s Joseph of Jubilee:
(CH Daystars The Face Behind Jabob’s Mask X Daystars Lola AT AT Rockchalk)
Harley’s Sire (blue brindle): King’s Blue Boy :
A previous Royal T Frenchie litter…Adora Bull!
The French Bulldog was specifically bred & “downsized” to create the small, compact companion dog that it is today. As a “miniaturized” breed, there are certain anomalies that are common in the breed. It is considered a brachiocephalic and achondroplastic breed. As a brachiocephalic breed, it has shortened air passages, and often smaller areas for air to pass and circulate. This includes the nares, palate, and airway. This is why it is so important not to allow your Frenchie to over-exert and over-heat. They cannot cool down as most dogs can. As an achondroplastic breed, the limbs, spine and cartilage are affected to varying degrees. The short legs, wide head, characteristic “curvature” in the back and short tail are all associated with this type of dwarfism. Please be aware that hip, vertebrae, intervertebral discs and other cartilage can be affected in the Frenchie. It is part of the Frenchie breed. Maintaining a healthy weight (not letting your Frenchie become overweight), is important in keeping stress off vertebrae, legs and joints, and also heart and lungs.