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Peggy & David Roderick 
Bryson City, NC
PH: 828-488-2091
We breed, show, train, live with and love our dogs.  We feel fortunate to have shared our lives with several wonderful breeds.  In addition to our beloved French Bulldogs, we are enjoying life with a herding breed – our congenial Cardigan Welsh Corgis. 

The challenges of breeding are rewarded by the laughter and joy each of our dogs brings to us every day. We are happy to share our love, our experience, and occasionally our puppies, with other like-minded “dog people”. 
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Our breeding program is limited to a few litters of French Bulldogs per year. Each breeding is carefully planned for health, temperament and type in order to produce sound, athletic puppies for ourselves and for select show and companion homes. All pet quality puppies are sold on limited registration with spay/neuter contracts. We welcome visitors, and are happy to answer breed questions by phone or email. We do not ship.

Please note: the dogs pictured on our website are our own. They are not available for sale. Inquiries about current or future litters are welcome. If you are interested in being considered for one of our puppies, we will be happy to send you an application. 

.photo courtesy of Shannon Johnstone
.photo courtesy of Shannon Johnstone
.photo courtesy of Shannon Johnstone
We love showing our dogs and having them win.  Nevertheless, this quote from an unknown but very knowledgeable person embodies our philosophy:

"Let's not measure a breeders success by the amount of winning their dogs do in the show ring, but by the number of dogs that stay with the family that purchased them as a pup and that die in the arms of that same family 14 years later.  In that case, we have three winners, the breeder, the family and most importantly, the dog"