About Meghann

Originally from the New Hampshire countryside, I was always raised with dogs in my family home.  I have been involved with horses since a very young age, and have traveled and worked at some of the most prestigious horse shows in the United States.  Because of my passion and love for animals, it only made sense I continue my adult life working with them professionally.

My first French Bulldog, Louie, came home in April 2014.  Since his arrival my passion for French Bulldogs has grown exponentially, leading to the addition of Leila in the spring of 2015.  I have been blessed to have some incredible individuals come into my life to assist in promoting and breeding top of the line French Bulldogs, and informing interested parties of this fantastic breed.

My goal behind Dolcetto is to promote the French Bulldog breed, and stand behind optimum breeding standards.  Education is everything, and I love being an information source for new people interested in the breed, or looking to get involved.

About Geralyn

From Meghann's home state of New Hampshire, the two have known each other through the equine industry for many years, and have since reconnected with their love for French Bulldogs.  Geralyn has a BS in Equine Science from William Woods University, and now works as a Canine Nutrition specialist.  Meghann and Geralyn both strive to study dogs and pedigrees on a near daily basis, and enjoy competing with each other in the show ring.


"Dolcetto [dolˈtʃetto] is a black Italian wine grape variety widely grown in the Piedmont region of northwest Italy. The Italian word dolcetto means little sweet one."