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The Pacific NW French Bulldog Club, Inc is a fully Licensed American Kennel Club Specialty Club.

Our Next  Meeting Will Be: 
After Frenchies Show at our Specialty
on Friday June 22, 2018
Location to be near out ring at the Canby Fairgrounds.

Our Summer Specialty is on Friday June 22, 2018 in Canby Oregon in conjunction with the Clackamas Kennel Club that has 2 all breed shows on Saturday and Sunday.
Regular Class Judge: Mark Lucas
Sweeps Judge: Beverly McCan

This Specialty will be casual dress have the theme of
But do please wear what you are most comfortable showing in 
 We would love lots of people at our June Specialty wearing No Fad Colors attire.

The PNWFBC follows the The French Bulldog Club Of America Code of Ethics, click the download below here, please read carefully so you understand what is expected of a PNWFBC member.



What is a fad color and why does it matter?

fad color is a coat color disqualified by the FBDCA/AKC French Bulldog Breed Standard. These colors are also often referred to as rare colors. Those who intentionally breed disqualification (DQ) colors in French Bulldogs are motivated only to make money. No responsible breeder would breed against their breed standard.

FBDCA is bringing up the issue of fad colors in order to:

  • educate and protect the dog-buying public,
  • preserve our breed standard,
  • protect the work of the many outstanding and responsible breeders who adhere to our breed standard.

A reputable and responsible Frenchie breeder should only breed dogs conforming to his or her country’s parent club French Bulldog Breed Standard. Those irresponsible breeders who breed for and advertise rare colors are intentionally spreading unacceptable color genes through the gene pool and causing problems for reputable breeders whose main concern is to produce quality puppies that conform to our Standard. These irresponsible breeders producing fad colors are motivated by greed, since by calling their disqualified colors rare they are able to sell them for very inflated prices.


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