french bulldog club of nsw
Founded in 1983 our club is the first breed club established for French Bulldogs in Australia. More than 35 years on FBCNSW continues to thrive and so does the breed Down Under. French Bulldogs continue to rank in the top 10 most popular breeds in Australia. Australian National Kennel Council [ANKC] registrations for 2020 totalled 2,669 (down 14.75%) making the French Bulldog the 5th most popular. Club membership is strong with approximately 80% show/breeder members and 20% pet owners. If you are interested in becoming a member please find an application form on the club documents page. Members receive free with their membership our bi-annual club magazine Le Bouledogue Francais.
FBCNSW hosts two Championship Specialty Shows each year ~ one in April and one in September. Our club is proud to offer exhibitors the opportunity of showing their dogs under some of the leading local and international breeder judges in the world! Over the years these esteemed judges have assessed and critiqued our dogs, bringing with them a wealth of knowledge and experience which can only help us all in our aim to breed healthy, quality French Bulldogs. 2022 will be no exception.
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FBCNSW is proud to be associated with and sponsored by Royal Canin. 2022 will be the 19th consecutive year of sponsorship by Royal Canin. Our club is very appreciative of their continuous support over the years.
The French Bulldog Club of NSW Inc. affiliated with Dogs NSW
The French Bulldog, is on the whole, a fairly sound dog with a few structural problems that need to be noted and that breeders need to be aware of. Being a brachycephalic breed that is fairly short and compact with a screw tail, the “Frenchie” is prone to the associated problems these conformational characteristics will bring.