Frequently Asked Questions
The average life expectancy is 10 to 12 years.
Yes, but because this breed has a single coat it sheds far less than most other breeds.
Yes, but not all do. Snoring can be aggravated by breathing deficiencies
Though somewhat territorial and protective French Bulldogs aren’t known to be good guard dogs, but they do make for excellent watch dogs, alerting their owners when something is amiss.
French Bulldog’s don’t typically bark much unless given reason to.
Yes, these pups love to be with their owner and family. They are full of love and affection and are always looking for a warm lap to snuggle on.
French Bulldog’s are known to be wonderful companions to children. However, like any dog young children need supervision, especially when your little one is still a puppy. This is for the safety of both the child and the dog.
No. This breed has a double coat, which means that they do shed
This depends on the personality of your pup. Early socialization with people and other dogs is so important for the development of puppies and will set the stage of what your puppy will and will not tolerate as they grow into adulthood.
No! They actually originated in China. They were sent to France, where they became popular and where they adopted the name of Bouledogue Français (French Bulldog).
French Bulldogs reach their full adult size at approximately 9 months of age.
These cuddly little ones were bed as lap dogs, companionship dogs, guard dogs, and tracking dogs through history.
This breed is top heavy making it very difficult for them to swim. Some like water and others do not. Careful supervision is a must if you take your French Bulldog in or near the water.
French Bulldog comes from the ancient English word French Bulldogg, which means “playful little friend”.
Not exactly. This breed tends to drool only when they’re excited. So the drool will be dependent on how happy of a dog you have!
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