Our History in a few words ...
Our passion for the Jack Russell Terrier began with the arrival of Awaï in our family in 2005, our first Jack Russell Terrier, and since then, it has not left us.
After a rigorous selection of our reproducers, our family kennel was born in 2012.
Since a few years, we specialized in the Jack Russell Terrier with
100% Australian lines.
We regularly participate in national and international dog shows in France and abroad where our work has often been rewarded:
our CH. stallion. Monamour Lalala Lovesong is
Vice World Champion 2017.
To see all our results, please visit our website "Chiens de France".
Our first motivation is to produce quality rather than quantity within our family kennel. That's why we have selected our reproducer in the best kennel in the world. We thank these breeders for having trusted us and having believed in us to work on their lines.
All our breeders are screened for research of hereditary diseases of Russell and identified DNA.
We are proud today to export our puppies all over the world (United States, Russia, Poland, Italy, Spain, Switzerland, Belgium, etc ...).
All our puppies are registered with the LOF, identified by electronic chips, primo-vaccinated and dewormed regularly until their departure...
Our goal is to create beautiful puppies perfectly balanced and socialized with excellent origins
to get closer to the Jack Russell Terrier Standard.
We attach great importance to the socialization of our puppies and the well-being of our dogs.
All of our companions live at home and share our family life and hobbies.
Our females reproduce as adults when we consider that they are mature enough to have babies.
They will only have 4 to 5 litters in their life.
Before each wedding, we analyze each pedigree to offer homogeneous puppies that match our selection criteria and come closer to the standard of the breed.
We accompany our future mothers all along their gestation: monitoring of heat, ultrasounds, x-rays of end of gestation, adapted food, etc ...
When the births approach, we sleep by their side to watch over them. On D-Day, we attend each of the births to be present for the birth of the puppies and reassure the mother who fully trusts us. We will then spend a few nights at their bedside to ensure permanent surveillance.
From the birth of puppies, we ensure daily monitoring (weighing, handling, care, hygiene, sensory testing, awakening, etc ...) and start to stimulate them through our methods of socialization and pre-education adapted to their age.