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Introducing Afterpay

How It Works

What is afterpay?
afterpay gives customers the option of making purchases now and paying for them in 4 equal payments made every 2 weeks without any interest.

Where can I use afterpay?
afterpay can be used to shop on and many other sites that accept it. Check out their directory here.

How do I use afterpay?
Fill your cart with between $35 and $1,000 worth of goodies and check out as usual. During checkout, choose afterpay as your payment method. You will then be directed to the afterpay site to register and provide your payment details (Mastercard or Visa). If you've used afterpay in the past, just log in to your account. Complete your order and you're done!

What if I can't pay an afterpay installment?
If you're unable to make an installment payment, you will be charged an $8 late fee by afterpay. An additional $8 fee will be charged if the missed payment is not made within 7 days. Late fees will not exceed 25% of the total order. You can read more about the afterpay purchase agreement here.

When will my items be delivered?
afterpay orders will be delivered just as quickly as any other orders. As usual, free shipping will apply for US orders over $75 and global orders over $100.

Are international customers eligible?
afterpay is only available to customers with a US billing address. Customers with an international billing address will unfortunately not be able to create an afterpay account at this time.

How does the payment schedule work?
afterpay customers are required to make their first payment at the time of purchase. The 3 remaining payments are deducted automatically every 2 weeks in equal installments from your chosen payment method. If you'd like to make additional payments before they're due, you can do so by logging into afterpay.

You can log in to your account anytime to view your payment schedule or make a payment.
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Giving Back - French Bulldog Rescue Network (FBRN)

Pledgeling - Raising money for the French Bulldog Rescue Network (FBRN)

We strongly believe in giving back and helping those who need it most. Through our partnership with Pledgeling, we donate $1 per item sold to the French Bulldog Rescue Network (FBRN). Our goal is to sponsor at least one Frenchie every month next year, and help them with medication, surgeries, and finding forever homes.

We've chosen the FBRN because we believe in their mission, and want to help them in any way we can:

"FBRN's mission is to rescue, rehabilitate and re-home French Bulldogs in need from commercial breeding kennels, import brokers, public shelters, private rescue groups, owners or Good Samaritans. Our organization is comprised solely of volunteers who nurture and foster these dogs as well as provide education and training. Our goal is to place healthy and happy French Bulldogs into forever homes."


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5 Fun Frenchie Facts

5 Fun Frenchie Facts

From their origin to being one of the most sought after dogs in the world, there's no doubt Frenchies are incredibly fascinating and popular.  Here are 5 of our favorite facts about this wonderful breed:

1 - We're not in Kansas anymore!

While most people picture “Toto” from The Wizard Of Oz, to be a Cairn Terrier, in literature the dog was sometimes illustrated as a Frenchie!  R.A. Neill who drew the pictures for the books “The Road to Oz”, and “The Emerald City”, pictured Toto as a French Bulldog.

2 - Longevity

The AKC lists that the French Bulldog breed has a lifespan of 11 to 13 years.

3 - Big Apple Takeover

French bulldogs are the most popular dogs in the city, according to new statistics released by the American Kennel Club.  

4 - French Bulldogs Aren't French - They're English

In the mid-1800s, British lace makers bred English Bulldogs with smaller terriers so that they could get smaller lap warmer pets while they worked. The Industrial Revolution forced many of them to cross over to France, and this meant that they were to go with their pet dogs. It is in their new home that the French Bulldog gained prominence.

5 - Pawpular

The French bulldog has bolted from 76th to 4th place in AKC rankings in just 20 years. It previously peaked at sixth in the 1910s and again in 2015-2016. 

Who knew Frenchies were so interesting?  😊

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Best French Bulldog Memes 2018

There's a reason Frenchies are called clown dogs.  They're usually snarting (snorting and farting), making cute faces, and just being downright silly.  Here are our favorite French Bulldog memes this year:


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We hope you enjoyed those as much as we did! 🐶 🤣

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