French Bulldog

French Bulldog


The French Bulldog has enjoyed a long history as a companion dog. Created in England to be a miniature Bulldog, they accompanied English lace makers to France, where they acquired their nickname of “Frenchie” Although they are a pure breed of dog, you can find them in shelters and rescues. In addition to being companions, they once served as excellent mousers, but today their work is focused on being fabulous family friends and show dogs. It is important to remember that dogs of any breed can suffer from health problems throughout their lives. A good pet insurance plan can help you prepare to give your dog the care it needs at any age.


French Bulldogs do not need a lot of exercise, but they do need daily walks to keep them at a healthy weight.French Bulldogs do not handle heat very well and need to be watched on hot days to make sure they do not overexert themselves.French Bulldogs can be easy to train, but they can also be stubborn. If you value cleanliness, the French Bulldog may not be the dog for you, as they are prone to drooling, flatulence and some shedding. French Bulldogs can be a quiet breed and are not known as a breed that barks frequently, although there are exceptions to the rule.Because they do not tend to be excessive barkers, French Bulldogs are exceptional flat dogs.Although it is important to always supervise small children and dogs when they are together, the French Bulldog gets along very well with children.French Bulldogs are wonderful watchdogs, but they can become territorial. They also like to be the centre of attention, which can lead to behavioural problems if overindulged.French Bulldogs are companion dogs and thrive on human contact. They are not a breed that can be left alone for long periods or allowed to live outside.To get a healthy dog, never buy a puppy from an irresponsible breeder, puppy mill or pet shop.


The French Bulldog originated in England and was created to be a toy sized version of the Bulldog. The breed was quite popular with the lace workers in the city of Nottingham and when many lace workers emigrated to France in search of better opportunities, they naturally brought their little bulldogs with them. The French Bulldog thrived in France and Europe, and its charm was soon discovered by Americans as well. The United States saw its first French Bulldog at the Westminster Kennel Club show in 1896. The breed was quickly given the nickname “Frenchie”, and is still an affectionate name used today.

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Dog Breed Group: Working Dogs
Height: 18 to 22 Inches
Weight: 45 to 65 Pounds
Life Span: 11 to 13 Years

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