The French Bulldog
French Bulldogs have a long history as a friend or companion. They are simply magnificent in this field. They seldom bark, unless of course they need something or are raising an alarm. They’re tolerant and loving with their family and they adore children. Females of the breed tend to nurture the vulnerable.
They were intentionally a scaled down version of the English Bulldog. Other than being a buddy, Frenchie’s were once an astounding ratter, however today their activity centres around being an amazing family companion and show puppy. In recent years they’ve become a common canine breed.
French Bulldogs require close contact with people. Therefore, they shouldn’t be allowed to sit unbothered for in excess of a couple of hours. French Bulldogs will become bored very easily, they love to chew on anything in their reach. Be prepared for soggy slippers!
They have genuinely negligible exercise needs, however they do require an every day short stroll. They commonly known as a “Clown dog”due to their carefree and vivacious nature.
Their chunkiness and compromised breathing framework makes it very difficult to regulate temperature proficiently. They have a super short coat so can easily get cold in the winter or evenings, yet they are prone to heat stroke in hot weather. Safety measures must be taken during summer months and extra blankets or doggy clothing during the winter.