The Frenchie – A Dog with bat-ears
Colors & Markings: Brindle, Brindle & White, Cream, Fawn, Fawn & White, Fawn Brindle, White, White & Brindle, White & Fawn
Temperament: Adaptable, Playful, Smart
Height: 10-13 inches
Weight: 10-13 kg (male), 9-12 kg (female)
Life Expectancy: 10-13 years
Group: Non-Sporting Group
Before getting French Bulldog puppy in Chandigarh and Jalandhar, let us get know about this breed first.
French Bulldog is the most popular dog breeds in the world known for their smushy face bat-like ears. French Bulldog originated from the miniature or toy Bulldog, which is a cross between English bulldogs and terrier type dogs. They are brought to France by knotting and lace workers during the industrial revolution that took place in England during the 1800s. However, some people believe that the French Bulldog is descended from the Qin Shih Bulldog, a breed native to ancient Peru and which no longer exists today.
French Bulldog is the most popular breeds in the UK. French bulldogs are the perfect companion dogs much preferring to be around people than being left on their own as they crave human contact. They are considered to be of average intelligence, but they’re able to learn new commands quite quickly. French Bulldog’s known to be easygoing and loyal companions to live with. French Bulldog’s are good choice for people who live in smaller homes and apartments. They’re known not to be Barkers.
French Bulldog is an excellent choice for first-time owners because they are so easy to train and house trained. French bulldogs are quite intelligent, but they do have a bit of a stubborn streak at the time.
They are good with children. They’re very adaptable and can live in houses or apartments. They are intelligent and easy to train, but there can be a little bit mischievous and stubborn. They only need shorter walks a few times a day rather than longer ones.
French Bulldog’s are low maintenance dog. They shed very low as compared to other breeds. French Bulldog’s are great companions because they love to be with people. They need a little bit of grooming. Their folds and flaps need checking regularly and making sure that they don’t develop any infections.
The lifespan of the French Bulldog is between 12 and 16 years. There are certain specific health issues that the breed is known to suffer from
including cleft palate and hair lips, hip dysplasia, back problems, spondylitis, cherry eye, corneal ulcers, and epilepsy. This means that the French Bulldog can experience trouble breathing especially when the weather is hot.
In 2018, the French bulldog is America’s fourth most popular dog breed. These intelligent, happy and little dogs were bred to keep company with humans.