Everything you Need to Know about French Bulldogs! Behaviours, Characteristics and more!
The French Bulldog – what is there not to
Their gorgeous bat shaped ears and their loving
and loyal personalities are perfect for any
They’re particularly popular with city dwellers
because of their small size (usually under
28 pounds), the fact that they don’t shed
very much – they have got a very short coat
which comes in a variety of different colours,
and the fact that they don’t bark and don’t
need a lot of exercise.
If there’s one thing for certain the French
Bulldog will always make you laugh – he’s
full of personality.
But he can be quite stubborn and sometimes
he is a difficult breed to train.
Because the French Bulldog was bred as a companion,
he will be particularly attached to his family,
so he is not the best breed for someone that’s
going to be out of the house for long periods
during the day.
Also because of this, he can;t be left outdoors.
He needs to be indoors with his family.
Now as far as exercise is concerned you only
need to give your French Bulldog around 20
minutes walk a day.
This is another reason why they are perfect
for city dwellers.
You need to make sure that these are in the
cool evenings or the cool mornings, because
they can’t regulate their body heat very well
so they are very susceptible to getting heat
Although the Frenchie loves any humans that
they meet and they are a very loyal companion
for humans, they are not the best dogs with
They can be quite aggressive to other dogs,
so this is something that you need to think
about if you have got any other dogs in the
household, and they can be similar with cats
and small children.
The French Bulldog is known for his quiet
He’s likely to follow you from room to room,
and he will not bark very regularly.
Playtime for Frenchies can be quite destructive,
they’re likely to rip apart their toys, so
it’s important to remember to only give them
toys that they’re not going to be able to
As far as the French Bulldog’s health is concerned,
the main thing you need to be thinking about
it any breathing difficulties.
other common health problems with the French
Bulldog are spinal malformations, eye problems
such as cataracts, and sometimes intestinal
As far as grooming is concerned – the French
Bulldog is a very very easy one.
They have a very short coat – this just needs
a weekly brush outside just to get rid of
any dead hairs, they’ll tend to malt two times
a year to shed their undercoat, but this doesn’t
last for very long with them either because
their hair is so short.
The main thing that you need to think about
is actually sorting out their wrinkles in
their face, so you need to make sure that
there’s no build up of bacteria inside the
So to do this I would recommend probably just
using baby wipes and making sure that you’re
getting inside any of the wrinkle folds.
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