Our 2nd and 3rd imported french bulldogs RIP “Odessa de los Torantos” & RIP “Titan Soli Deo Gratia” with who we officially began our breeding program, are fully tested (including X-ray picture of the back) in “Animal clinic Sleeuwijk” by meaning of a French bulldog test (other X-rays were not yet taken at that time)

Later we greatly expanded the health tests, our dogs are fully genetically and physically tested from 14 months of age (including X-rays of the back, knees, elbows, hips and larynx).

The physical health tests (including X-rays of the back, knees, elbows, hips and larynx) will be repeated in full at an older age to see what changes are important for our breeding program.

All our dogs are in possession of a MyDogDNA profile (UK) and are tested there for more than 270+ hereditary abnormalities. And they all have a DNA certificate with which we can always prove who the parents are.

An extensive throat inspection is also performed (under anesthesia) and the trachea is measured (X-ray).

Health results are always available to puppy buyers!
X-rays are only emailed to the specialist and not to the owner to prevent abuse!

  • Health results are always available to puppy buyers!
  • X-rays are only emailed to the specialist and not to the owner to prevent abuse!
  • Our dogs are not carriers of the colors blue, Merle and Black & Tan!

Our dogs become NOT standard scanned (CT or MRI) A kind of tunnel through which they have to go through (under narcosis) Obviously there is an exception if there is something to see on the X-rays that we do not trust and affect health but if the X-rays are good that with a healthy French Bulldog unnecessary.

A CT- scan provides “200 times more radiation” than an X-ray photo so you know how dangerous it is and that you should never do it standard !!! A good breeder will never use a CT scan.

The CT or MRI scan is only done if there is some negative to see on the X-rays what the specialist doesn’t trust.

We also don’t believe in the PennHip method, a large part of dog lovers (and we) have bad experiences with it.
There are dogs that are HD-A (free) and have a bad PennHipp rash and vice versa do you have dogs that have a good PennHip rash but super bad hips and how can you use your dog for breeding?

Below you will find some of the health tests we do:

  • Heart:
  • Breathing: (costo-abdominal)
  • Elongated soft palate:
  • Thickened soft palate:
  • Enlarged tonsils:
  • Narrow trachea(trachea hypoplasin)
  • Trachea size: ... millimeter (X-ray)
  • Larynx:
  • Respiratory murmur:
  • Nostrils:
  • Skin and coat:
  • Ear canal:
  • Eyes: entriopion & ectropion:
  • Third eyelid & Cherry-eye:
  • Lacrmation: .... (18-26mm/min)
  • Luxating Patella (joints):  (X-ray)
  • Subluxation (hip joint): (X-ray) Elbow Dysplasia: (OCD, LPC, LPA, Incongruence and Arthrosis)  (X-ray)
  • Construction and whirling column: (X-ray back)
  • Spondylosis:
  • Thoracic vertebrae:
  • Lumbar vertebrae:
  • Spine-pelvis transition:
  • Tail vertebrae:
  • Tail: Pintail:
  • Weight:

MyDogDNA profile
Cone-Rod Dystrophy (cord1-PRA / crd4)
CMR1 Canine Multifocal Retinopathy
HUU Hyperuricosuria
MH Malignant Hyperthermia
Degeneratieve myelopatie (DM)
Multi-Drug Resistance 1, (MDR1)
Blue carrier: No
Merle carrier: No
DNA certificate: Yes

MH Malignant Hyperthermia
Cystinurie type 3
HC-HSF4 Hereditary Cataract
Chondrodystrophy (CDDY)
Chondrodysplasia (CDPA)

Color Genetics
A Locus:
B Locus:
C Locus:
D Locus: D/D
E Locus:
H Locus:
K Locus:
M Locus:
S Locus: