The French Bulldog is a sturdy small Bulldog with large,
bat-like ears, a flat muzzle and pug nose. Their skin is soft and fairly loose, making the dog very pleasant to pet. Their
square flat head is not as massive as the English Bulldog's and their forehead is rounded giving it the appearance of
an active, intelligent, muscular dog with a smooth coat. The French Bulldog makes a wonderful companion to small children
and in a family situations this little dog behaves like a child, demanding a great deal of personal attention and interaction.
of Origin: The French Bulldog was originally breed in England but in the 1860's, French dog breeders imported some of these
very small Bulldogs from Great Britain and bred them with French Terriers.
Height: 12 inches
Colors: Cream, Chocolate, Blue, Blue
Fawn, Fawn, Red, Red Fawn, Honey Pied, Brindle, Lilac, White and combinations of brindle or fawn with white.
Coat: Short, smooth and finely textured
Expectancy: 10-14 years
Average Litter Size: 4 puppies
Health Issues: Prone to skin allergies, eye and respiratory problem, the dog may wheeze, snore and be gassy. The French
Bulldog cannot swim because of its physique, so be very careful around swimming pools. This breed is very sensitive to temperature
extremes; if the dog becomes overly hot it may cause heat stroke.
Living Environment: The French Bulldog does well in apartments
and can be active indoors as well as outdoors. French Bulldogs are easily crate trained.