- Height: Normally around 30 cm.
- Its weight is usually around 8-14 kg
- The coat can be a single color or even brindle.
- The French Bulldog is considered to be a small breed dog.
French Bulldog dog history and origins
One of the most widespread beliefs is that the French Bulldog was created from several crosses between English Bulldog dogs and small Terriers.
It is also worth noting that the breed, became very popular in a short time! There was also the tendency to meet in boulevards and cafes to exchange advice and see how they could improve the breed.
If you can't tell the difference between the French bulldog and the Boston Terrier, don't miss the article about the differences between the French bulldog and the Boston Terrier.
French Bulldog temperament
Although the French Bulldog has sometimes been known for being aggressive, the character of the Bulldog is characterized by being smart, sensitive, docile, and affectionate.
It is a very quiet breed, especially recommended for seniors and children. If you like to pet him, he'll love it! And is that it is a race especially mimosa.
Recognize the French Bulldog dog breed
The French bulldog is characterized by being a muscular dog, compact, with a very wide head and square, with skin with folds and wrinkles. Their ears are medium sized wide at the base and very rounded at the ends.
Its coat is short, soft and shiny, in terms of color can be a single color, or brindle.
French Bulldog dog care
The truth is that to keep your French Bulldog in the best condition, you won't need much! It's a breed that adapts very well to any kind of life, and besides, it doesn't need much exercise! Remember, though, that you have to take him for a walk every day.
In summer it's best to keep him in cool places, because he can't stand the heat well!
Most common health problems in French Bulldogs
The biggest problem of the French Bulldog is undoubtedly cancer, however this problem is not as common as overweight.
How can you prevent your dog from being overweight? Beware of the amount of feed you're giving him. Since an excess in weight, it could trigger:
- Breathing difficulties
- Cardiac complications
- Back/vertebral problems
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