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French Bulldog Breed Information

15 - 30 lbs
10 - 14 inches
Brindle, Fawn, White, PieBald (White background with Black splotches), Cream, and Blue
Playful, Lively, Affectionate, Keen, Athletic, Alert, Sociable, Patient, Easygoing, Bright.

Bred in France as a companion dog and is commonly referred to as the “Frenchie”. The Frenchie is a sweet, affectionate dog that is loyal and alert. While some people get confused between the Frenchie, the English Bulldog, and the Boston Terrier, the Frenchie is easy to distinguish with his large, batlike ears that stand erect. The breed typically stands between 9 - 14 inches tall at the shoulders (withers) and 15 - 30 pounds in weight. The French Bulldog comes in a wide variety of both solid and spotted colors.

Bred in France as a companion dog and is commonly referred to as the “Frenchie”. The Frenchie is a sweet, affectionate dog that is loyal and alert. While some people get confused between the Frenchie, the English Bulldog, and the Boston Terrier, the Frenchie is easy to distinguish with his large, batlike ears that stand erect. The breed typically stands between 9 - 14 inches tall at the shoulders (withers) and 15 - 30 pounds in weight. The French Bulldog comes in a wide variety of both solid and spotted colors.

The French Bulldog is widely popular as is true with many of the bully breeds and has a loyal following of celebrities and regular folks alike. The French Bulldog is widely known and loved for his expressive, grumpy face, but he is also known to be a dog that snores loudly, and passes gas frequently, which for his human admirers only adds to his charm and unique personality. The breed requires little in way of exercise, generally cannot handle warm climates well, and does best in air conditioning in the summer months. The breed is adaptable to both urban and suburban living and doesn’t need a lot of exercise due to their body structure and brachycephalic head structure. A slow, short, walk, in cool weather, or a short burst of playtime in the house is all that is needed to keep this breed happy. Due to their large heads and wide chests, this breed normally must be bred using artificial insemination and birthed by caesarian section as the puppies are usually too large to fit through the birth canal. These factors are what makes this breed both extremely expensive to breed, and to purchase. Along with the difficulty in breeding and birthing, the body structure of the French Bulldog makes for an expensive pet as they are prone to a host of health issues both prevalent and inherent in the breed. For anyone that can look past the shortcomings and willing to take on the responsibility of owning a French Bulldog, you will be rewarded with a sweet dog that is happy to share his life with you. It should be noted that French Bulldogs do love food, so a proper diet is necessary to prevent obesity and to avoid putting undue pressure on his joints, lungs, and heart.

The short coat is easy to maintain with regular brushing and the occasional bath. The shedding is minimal to moderate. The wrinkles and folds in the skin will require regular cleaning and care to prevent skin infections.

As this is a brachycephalic (short faced) breed, it is important to understand the needs of this type of breed prior to purchase to ensure that this breed suits your lifestyle and climate, and to provide proper care during hot weather or excessive activities for the health and wellbeing of the dog.