Meet The Breeds: French Bulldog

Meet The Breeds: French Bulldog

Dogs are beautiful creatures, and everyone loves them. They come in different sizes, colours, breeds, and types, and everyone chooses them as their pet according to their will. A dog can be your best friend as well as your four-legged family member. If you ever want to adopt a dog, you should try to add a French Bulldog to your list. French Bulldog is a domestic dog and is said to be one of the best companion dogs. They are compact and stocky dogs with a friendly temperament.

 

French bulldog Dog breed Information

French Bulldogs are domestic dogs known for their friendly and mild-mannered temperament. This breed results from a cross between local ratters in Paris and bulldogs imported from England in the 1800s.

 

Here are some fun facts about French bulldog to assist you better understand the breed

  • Breed Group: Companion group
  • Height: 28-30 cm at the shoulder. (Both male and female French Bulldog shares almost the same size.)
  • Weight: 7-12 kg.
  • Life span: 11-14 years
  • Coat: Single coat with only an outer soft coat.
  • Color: Brindle, Fawn, Tan, White, Brindle & White, Cream.
  • Temperament: Sociable, Keen, Patient, Easygoing, Affectionate, Lively, Playful, Alert.
  • The difficulty level for first-time owners: On a scale of 1-10 paws, French Bulldog receive 5/10 paws according to many French Bulldog owners' feedback. According to the owners' testimony, the French Bulldog can be easy to train, but they are stubborn too. So, in some cases, French bulldog trainability could be difficult. The only best way to introduce a French Bulldog is to remain firm and patient.

 

French Bulldog History

As by the name "French," we may assume its root from France. Right? But it's a wrong assumption. French Bulldogs were first originated in England in the late 18th century. But at the beginning, Bulldogs were tall and heavy as compared to the Bulldogs we see now. So, they were crossbred with Smaller breeds to get a smaller version of a Bulldog, known as "French Bulldog."

In the 1860s, when the industrial revolution came, and many lace workers traveled to France for better opportunities, they brought their small bulldogs. These bulldogs became popular in France quickly and were given the new name "French Bulldog." They were brought to England many times after that for the dog shows but the name French Bulldog remained unchanged.

 

Are French bulldog good pets?

French Bulldogs are playful, easygoing, and affectionate dogs and are great family dogs. They get along well with all the family members, including children and other pets, if appropriately trained. Bulldogs do not bark a lot, and they also do not require much exercise, which makes them perfect family dogs for people with busy routines.

 

Are French bulldog high maintenance?

French Bulldogs do not require regular maintenance like regular brushing or bathing. But they are high maintenance in their way. These dogs shed on average compared to other dog breeds, so you can expect to find their hair everywhere. Bulldogs are not comfortable in any extreme temperature. So, you have to take care of your French Bulldogs in extreme temperatures accordingly.

 

What are the types of French bulldog?

French Bulldog is a popular breed and has around 14 different types, which are

  • Brindle French Bulldog
  • Fawn French Bulldog
  • White French Bulldog
  • Pied French Bulldog
  • Tiger Brindle French Bulldog
  • Pure Black French Bulldog
  • Cream French Bulldog
  • Lilac French Bulldog
  • Blue Sable French Bulldog
  • Sable French Bulldog
  • Chocolate French Bulldog
  • Isabella French Bulldog
  • Merle French Bulldog
  • Blue French Bulldog

 

Do French bulldog bark a lot?

French Bulldogs make perfect apartment dogs because they do not bark a lot. French bulldog personality is quiet. So, if you live in an apartment and looking for a dog who does not bark a lot, then a French Bulldog can be the perfect dog for you.

 

Are French bulldog aggressive?

This dog breed is generally known for its calm and non-aggressive behavior, but a French Bulldog can sometimes possess an aggressive personality. Such conditions in which a Frenchie can be aggressive include a lack of socialization or attention.

This Aggressiveness can be eliminated by proper care, love, and support from your side to your bulldog.

 

Are French bulldog HDB approved?

Unfortunately, this cute little bulldog is not HDB approved because of their shedding and difficult trainability. They can be stubborn in training, which is the reason they are not HDB approved.

 

Are French bulldog hypoallergenic?

French Bulldogs are not hypoallergenic. The fact that they shed a lot doesn’t mean that they are hypoallergenic. These dogs are shed on average compared to other dog breeds, so you can expect to find their hair everywhere. But hairs do not mean they are allergic because the real culprit is dander not the fur. So, you have to keep your dog clean to prevent dander in their coat.

 

What are popular mixed breeds with French bulldog?

Frenchie is a popular breed and has many mixed breeds. Some of the most popular Frenchie mixed breeds are

  • Frug (French Bulldog/Pug)
  • French Pomerdog (French Bulldog/Pomeranian)
  • French Boodle (French Bulldog/Poodle)
  • French Bullweiler (French Bulldog/Rottweiler)
  • French Pin (French Bulldog/Miniature Pinscher)
  • Frengle (French Bulldog/Beagle)
  • French Bullhuahua (French Bulldog/Chihuahua)
  • French Chow Dog (French Bulldog/Chow Chow)

 

What health issues do French bulldog Face?

Although they are small and cute, French Bulldogs can face much health issues throughout their life span. French Bulldogs are prone to many complicated health issues, which you should know about if you are about to adopt a Frenchie. Some of the health issues are

  • Middle ear infections – Otitis Externa
  • Diarrhea and vomiting
  • Inflammation of large intestine – Colitis
  • Eye Problems – Conjunctivitis
  • Skin Fold Dermatitis
  • Bacterial skin Infection – Pyoderma
  • Anal Sac Gland impaction

And many more, there is no specific age to any of these diseases. It can be developed in any period of the lifetime either French bulldog puppies or adults. If you ever feel any of the mentioned diseases in your Frenchie, you should rush to the vet's clinic for proper treatment.

 

Conclusion

Overall, French Bulldogs are beautiful adorable little creatures who can be your best companion dogs. Still, they are stubborn, which makes them challenging to train, and also, they are prone to many dangerous diseases. So, if you think you can take on the challenge to teach your Frenchie and take good care of its health, then French Bulldog will never let you down in terms of being the right pet.






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