Originally Posted by andreac
Actually I have kept dogs for years,I have one pure bread and a crossed k9.
They both sit,heal and stay at a command,they both provide equal affection,loyalty and obedience.
They both look great which is trivial really as it should not matter how the dog looks if they have the listed characteristics.
I didn't pay big money for either as I never see the need to pay such money for a dog or a cat or a lizard as really who sets this sealing.
The price is only determined by how much you are willing to pay for a commodity and unfortunately dogs like a French bulldog are bread like a commodity solely on their monetary value thus dogs if less status or rarity are over looked but can display equal characteristics as they are all just dogs.
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You really havent a clue....
Do you know anything about Frenchies or dogs for that matter? Obviously not if you mention "bread" and "heal" in the same sentence with the word dog
Frenchies are costly to breed as a lot of the time they cannot whelp naturally so they have to have c-sections so its costly for them to breed a litter, hence the high price. They arent a common breed so again, the price is usually higher.
All dogs differ as every breed is different, whether its in looks, type, temperament etc. So if someone wants a boxer or a labrador are you going to say the same to them??
Not everyone wants a cross breed or a rescue, some people like breeds, so what the problem if they cost money? I own rottweilers and have always wanted one, does that mean its bad because ive paid money for them, i dont think so.
Same can be said for anything you pay for, you can get cheap and expensive things, it up to the individual what they spend their money on.