FCI Frecn Bulldog puppys for sale. There are Pied,Fawn,Brindle,Pied Fawn, We give a one year health guarantee . Why are FCI registered dogs so much healthier than AKC/CKC registered dogs? Because FCI rules and regulations are designed to improve individual breeds and to safeguard them from exploitation by humans. The CKC (admittedly) and AKC have no such rules or regulations.
Even though the FCI (like any bureaucracy) isn't perfect, it deffinetly is making an effort to rule and coax and guide breeders toward breeding better dogs in 'single breed' registries, which can not be said about the CKC or AKC with their 'multy breed' registries. On the contrary, North American registries have been investigated by several other bodies, as pointed out in "Other opinions", and seem to be coming out looking like greedy loosers every time (at least I am not aware of a single positive outcome). The CKC's chief executive officer has admitted to the CKC's inability to regulate puppy mills and unethical breeders.
One example: FCI registries such as the SV will issue it's Registration Certificate only once for each puppy (to the original breeder) for about the same fee as the AKC. After that, the papers stay with the dog. When the dog is being sold, the seller must enter the new owner in the space provided on the original papers without aditional fee. The AKC/CKC on the other hand, insist that every new owner must get a new registration and pay the full fee again, - and again, every time the dog changes ownership. And it doesn't even include a certified pedigree (however unreliable), which again costs an additional hefty fee (FCI registration certificates usually include a reliable 3-5 generation certified pedigree at no extra cost).
Another example: The FCI requires all it's member clubs to prohibit the sale of puppies and dogs to, or through, any type of dog dealers or agents, especially pet stores, while the AKC and CKC happily give quantity discounts for registering larger numbers of puppies (which most often are these helpless little creatures manufactured in US and Canadian puppy mills).