Let's get to know our French Bulldog

Let's get to know our French Bulldog

French Bulldog Breed history and origin

The French Bulldog, or Frenchie, is a French breed of companion dog that appeared in Paris in the mid-nineteenth century as a result of cross-breeding of Toy Bulldogs imported from England and local Parisian ratters.

French Bulldog Physical characteristics

The French Bulldog is a compact, muscular dog with a flat, short coat. Its most notable characteristic is the “bat” ear, which occurs naturally and is never cropped or altered. The skull is flat between the ears.

french bulldog ears

French Bulldog Size and weight

The male and female French Bulldog weight is 11 to 12 kg. The height at withers for males is 30 cm and for females is 28 cm2.

French Bulldog Personality and temperament

The French Bulldog is an even-tempered house dog that thrives on attention and demands it. It does not bark a lot, only when it finds real cause for excitement.

French Bulldog Exercise and energy level

The French Bulldog has an average energy level and requires about 20 minutes of exercise per day.

French Bulldog Grooming needs

The French Bulldog has a short coat that is easy to keep clean, but its facial wrinkles should be cleaned regularly. Its overall grooming needs are moderate.

Common colors of French Bulldogs

Colors common to the breed include fawn, white, and varieties of brindle.

Health and lifespan of French Bulldogs

The average lifespan of a French Bulldog is 9-11 years.

Are French Bulldogs suitable for apartment living?

A French Bulldog is able to be happy in any housing, including apartments, as no large yard is required.

Are French Bulldogs suitable for apartment living

French Bulldog Socialization and training

The French Bulldog has high social and attention needs and may compete for attention with other family members. It is well-suited for a single-person household.

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