After having several of our own short, sweet, wrinkly, family members over the years, some ultimately lost to genetic disease, in 2015, Mama Shelly decided that she wanted to be able to provide others with these fun, loving additions to their families. She did countless hours of research, got herself in contact with a few of the top breeders in the country, familiarized herself with what it would require to take on this hobby and Shelly's Bulldogs was born. She treated these puppies as if they were her own children (seriously, not kidding, we have videos to prove it!) and after watching the process, seeing these adorable pups and assisting with it all from time to time, it didn't take long before Ashley and Nicole decided to follow Mama Shelly's footsteps and create Pardi Puppies, using their two dogs, of which the male came from Shelly's very first litter.
At this point, all of the parents of our litters are our personal pets, we pride ourselves on providing them and their pups with the best veterinary care possible as well as unconditional love and affection throughout their lives and especially during pregnancy. Our dogs and their puppies are spoiled and happy so we take great care in ensuring that our babies go to a forever home that will continue to keep it that way.
All of our dogs are hand-raised in our home which is nestled on 10 acres of land so they have plenty of room to run and play. This means that they are well socialized with people, kids and other dogs which helps to make their transition into your home as smooth as possible. Our dogs are fed a balanced diet of top of line, grain free dog food. We impregnate our females via artificial insemination and they give birth via scheduled c-section as well as only breed them a max of 3 times and only every other heat for theirs and the pups safety. Mamas are kept in a whelping pen, pups are kept in an incubator when they're not feeding, bonding with mom or getting snuggled by us. Pups receive round the clock care and attention. All of our dogs receive all necessary and routine vet checks, shots and tests in addition to the specialized heath and DNA testing that screen for breed identification, traits, ancestry and genetic disease risk. You will be provided with copies of all results and reports.