How to buy a French Bulldog puppy on a low budget

French Bulldog puppies

are one of the most expensive dog breeds to bring home. So how can you get your first French Bulldog puppy on a low budget?

There is no such thing as a cheap Frenchie or a low budget French Bulldog due to their breeding per birth price tag.

Nonetheless, there are several creative ways you can get a Frenchie puppy with little to no money down and we took the time to explore options and share this valuable info with you.

French Bulldog puppies  are one of the most expensive dog breeds
WHY ARE FRENCH BULLDOGS SO EXPENSIVE?

WHY ARE FRENCH BULLDOGS SO EXPENSIVE?

Have you ever seen a Frenchie sold for $100,000?  A very fine show quality French Bulldog can cost that much.

The high price tag reflects the expense per Frenchie puppy birth of artificial insemination, c-sections, constant care when they are born and multiple health and genetic exams.

Why are French Bulldogs more expensive than any other dog breed? Most Frenchies can't have live babies the normal way. Here are some general figures to help you understand why French Bulldogs are expensive:

  •     Progesterone test $50-$100 (usually 2 tests needed)
  •     Vitamin supplements - $100
  •     Shipping semen - $100 - $300
  •     Male stud fee - $1,000 - $7,000
  •     Breeding insemination - $100 - $300
  •     Ultrasound or X-ray - $100 - $300
  •     C-section - $750 - $2,500
  •     Puppy food - $100 - $300
  •     Full vaccinations entire litter - $300 - $900
  •     Microchip entire litter- $200 - $500
  •     DNA/Genetic testing - $700 - $1,000
  •     Supplies misc - $200 - $500
Many breeders would agree good breeding practices can greatly reduce the risks of genetic disorders that can lead to hearing loss, hip problems, and respiratory illness. Buying a well bred French Bulldog can help avoid a lifetime of vet bills and care.

Stay away from breeders If the price of the Frenchie puppy is too good to be true

A breeder can offer a Frenchie for cheap if they bypass many necessary testings.

Many breeders would agree good breeding practices can greatly reduce the risks of genetic disorders that can lead to hearing loss, hip problems, and respiratory illness.

Buying a well bred French Bulldog is never cheap and can help avoid a lifetime of vet bills and care.

Creative ways you can get a Frenchie puppy or dog with little to no money down:

Easypay Finance:

Need help buying your Frenchie puppy? Easypay Finance can help. You can get up to $5000 in financing and zero money down.

Good credit to no credit applicants accepted.

Just as the name suggests Easypay is a streamline straight forward application that allows you to be approved instantly online without pay stubs or bank statements.

If your loan is paid back within 90 days you can get a full interest rebate back.

Requirements:

  • Have a cell phone and email address.
  • Have a checking account for at least 3 months.
  • Minimum net income of $1,000 per month.

Puppy Spot Financing

Puppy Spot Financing offers a convenient payment plan through Community Finance to help families buy their dream puppy.

Breeders invest time, effort and resources into breeding and often this results in a hefty price for the Frenchie puppy.  With a financing option, you don't have to compromise on a quality French Bulldog puppy.

Puppy Spot Financing

All you have to do is fill a form and a Puppy Concierge will contact you within one hour of receiving pre approval to help you reserve your dream Frenchie puppy.

Requirements:

  •         Employed for the last 12 months at the same job.
  •         Have a checking account for at least 3 months.
  •         Minimum net income of $1,300 per month.

Exclusions apply in the following areas: California, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Nevada, New Jersey, New York, Vermont, Wisconsin, Puerto Rico, and Canada.

Pet Loans dot com can help finance your pet purchase price or veterinary care and even your pet supplies.

PetLoans.com

Loans range from $1,000 up to $35,000. Pet Loans dot com can help finance your pet purchase price or veterinary care and even your pet supplies. PetLoans.com offer flexible financing to individuals with less than a perfect credit.

Pet Loans dot com specializes in exotic pet purchases. Exclusions apply in the following areas: Connecticut, West Virginia, New Hampshire and Vermont.

French Bulldog Breeder financing:

Certain Breeders accept financing through programs that are set up to protect them and help the buyer with a flexible payment plan. Those programs may include My Pet Funding, lendingUSA, Hello Funding through Credova.

Ask your chosen breeder if they are able to accept breeder financing through one of the above programs. My Pet Funding allows breeders and pet stores offer the potential buyer the flexibility to spread their purchase cost over time.

French Bulldog Breeder financing

Rescue a French Bulldog

French Bulldog Rescue Network

Adoption fees:

  • Healthy Frenchie under two years of age -  $900
  • Healthy Frenchie 2 - 8 years of age -  $550
  • Frenchies over eight years or with special needs - $400

S.N.O.R.T - Short Nose Only Rescue Team

$10 application fee. Adoption fee will be collected after an application is approved and will vary from dog to dog.

Please note:  S.N.O.R.T. is only able to adopt to residents of NJ, NY, PA, MD, DE, VA, DC, CT, RI, MA, NH, VT and ME.

French Bulldog Village

The French Bulldog Village Rescue rehabilitates and re-home the French Bulldog full or mix breed.  They work tirelessly to raise awareness of owning a Frenchie and how to be a responsible pet parent. There is a $10 application fee. Adoption fees are listed for each individual dog.

Frenchie Dog harness and leash set on a low budget

Frenchie Dog harness and leash set on a low budget:

We get it! Owning a Frenchie can get expensive.

This is why Frenchiestore offers After Pay at checkout which allows you to pay your order over 4 equal installments.

You can also save 10% any harness and leash set by using code CLASSICANDBASIC at checkout.

Whether you are still in college, newly married and starting a family or you are retired, buying your first Frenchie may break the bank for you. No matter what your situation may be or where you are in your life, research shows that dogs play a big role in our overall health and happiness.


17 Responses

Mary
Mary

June 23, 2022

I’m am looking for a French bulldog puppy the small breed 18 to 20lbs under $3000 if possible a female. I recently had a cocker spaniel for 14 1/2 years and she passed away.

KAREN PALMS
KAREN PALMS

June 23, 2022

Iam 64 years old and I live by my self I have goldfish that I had for about 3 years and they are so big my family have dogs we have a chinhuahua and a
Pekingese I just love the French bulldogs a that is what I want

John Gergen
John Gergen

February 06, 2022

I AM INTERESTED IN PURCHASING A FEMALE FRENCH BULLDOG PUPPY 8 TO 10 WEEKS WHITE AND BLACK OR A FAWN IN COLOR. WILL PAY $3,000.00. LOCATED IN SOUTH FLORIDA

Tanya Whitaker
Tanya Whitaker

December 21, 2021

I had a pug for 15 years and she just passed away . I miss her tremendously. I think having a Frenchie would help me not only feel the companionship a dog brings but also fill the void of my lost love . I’m a single mom of a 5 year old and I know it will make my daughter super happy need a puppy that’s reasonably financially possible for a single mom income .

Rachel
Rachel

November 02, 2021

Looking for a French for my family

SHIVANEE THANASEELAN
SHIVANEE THANASEELAN

July 06, 2021

I actually wanna buy a frenchie below $100 but i can never get one tho….. it is impossible to find one BLACK,WHITE,GOLDEN,OR OREO ANYTHING 😥😭

Arthur Baylon
Arthur Baylon

June 02, 2021

Looking to purchase a Frenchie.

Lilly Noel Peaks
Lilly Noel Peaks

March 21, 2021

I’m looking for a very special Frenchie. I need an emotional support service animal to help me with my depression and anxiety. I probably need a loan. Can anybody help me with this process…??

Melanie Ellis
Melanie Ellis

March 01, 2021

Hi, I am a 45 yr old single female living in Salt Lake City, Utah and am on dialysis for end stage renal failure (kidneys). I have wanted one of these sweet frenchies, as long as I can remember. I am unfortunately on a fixed SSI income, but I just know having one would aid in my spirituality, recovery and overall quality of life.
I really pray daily that someone would donate to my cause or even help me to find “my lil love” @ a fraction of the cost. Can anyone help?
Melanie

Jesica lopez
Jesica lopez

January 20, 2021

Quiero comprar un bulldog francés y no llego con el dinero que tengo ,soy mamá de un niño especial y su médico me recomendó comprarle un bulldog francés!!!

Christine Kolivas
Christine Kolivas

January 18, 2021

Looking for french bull dog reasonble priced

Iieshia Mitchell
Iieshia Mitchell

January 11, 2021

I want a grey Frenchie sooooo bad. I can’t wait to find the perfect him. 💙💙💙

Christine Kolivas
Christine Kolivas

November 29, 2020

Looking for a french bull dog and know about the breed looking for a good pet to be with i spoided my previous dog she very heathly

Arthur Baylon
Arthur Baylon

November 16, 2020

Looking to finance a Frenchie puppy Good Credit Need more Info.

Tammy George
Tammy George

October 23, 2020

I am looking to buy a French bull dog. I do not want scammed

Alisa M Tracy
Alisa M Tracy

August 17, 2020

We want a french bulldog

Kareem
Kareem

July 05, 2020

What are the prices and puppy’s

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