French Bulldog Facts
The French Bulldog, is a French breed of companion dog, MAKING THEM VERY SENSITIVE AND NEEDING TO BE WITH THEIR PERSON THE MAJORITY OF THE TIME. It appeared in Paris in the mid-nineteenth century, apparently the result of cross-breeding of Toy Bulldogs imported from England and local Parisian ratters. It is a stocky, MUSCULAR, compact dog with a friendly temperament
THE FRENCH BULLDOG IS THE SECOND MOST POPULAR DOG IN THE US AND UK AS OF 2020.
LIFE SPAN – 10-12 YEARS
HEIGHT– 11-13 IN
COAT – IS SMOOTH OR FLUFFY THAT COME IN A VARIETY OF COLORS
GROOMING AND CARE
With a short, fine coat, your Frenchie’s grooming needs will be fairly easy to maintain. You’ll want to brush your baby weekly with a soft bristle brush and clean their ears. During the fall and spring shedding seasons, you can remove any excess hair with a stripping comb. Daily wiping of rolls and tear areas are necessary. Paw and nose butter daily to keep those areas soft for your baby. Monthly baths are tolerated well with a high quality shampoo.
BRUSHING IS DAILY BATH IS TWICE A MONTH
Nails trimmed as needed
French Bulldogs are easygoing, fun-loving additions to any family. True companion dogs, they thrive on human contact. They are patient with children, friendly with strangers, and loyal to their pet parents.
Frenchies can be territorial with toys and their families, remember that socialization at a young age is a good idea. These social butterflies also enjoy the company of other canine companions.
Frenchies make excellent watchdogs because they hardly ever bark without reason. This trait also makes them a good fit for apartment dwellers who might worry about their fur baby disturbing the neighbors.
FRENCH BULLDOGS ARE AMAZING COMPANIONS, WITH THEIR SILLY PLAYFUL DISPOSITIONS AND LOUD SNORTS THEY ARE SURE TO KEEP YOU SMILING AND VERY ENTERTAINED. THEY ARE A VERY LOVING AND LOYAL BREED, ALWAYS WILLING TO SNUGLE IN YOUR LAP FOR EXTENDED BELLY RUBS AND KISSES.
SPECIAL CARE TIPS
Low energy breed-some love to walk, others will be happy with a few short walks a day
heat is not their friend, but they do not know that. Keep your Frenchie cool and out of the sun
training can be hit or miss with Frenchies, find out what motivates your Frenchie and used to train.
Allergies are very common in Frenchies, and food play a big part. Make sure that you feed your Frenchie a well-balanced diet. We elect to feed our babies a raw diet.
Each one of our babies have their own unique personality and bring so much love and joy to our home.