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Although they are known as the French bulldog, the idea of this dog breed originally came from England. The French bulldog started out as miniature English bulldogs carried by lace workers to France meant for companionship. The miniature English bulldogs were then subsequently crossed with the English bulldog, the Pug, and the Terrier. The French bulldog came to America in the 1800s and was brought by rich Americans that were touring Europe. They were recognized by the American Kennel Club in 1898 as part of the non-sporting group.
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The French bulldog is an intelligent and affectionate companion dog that loves their family. They get along fantastically with children and with other pets. They make good watchdogs as they will alert you when a stranger is around although they are usually more interested in making friends rather than being aggressive. Furthermore, they are sweet-tempered and are eager to please. Hence a good fit for novice owners although they can be stubborn at times.
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The Frenchie can adapt to almost any living situation provided that they get lots of love and attention because that’s what they crave most. Furthermore, they are Bradycephalic (snub-nosed) and this makes them very sensitive to heat and extremely cold climates as well. Also, the French Bulldog puppy is very healthy with a few health problems such as Entropion and cataracts which are very uncommon in our Frenchies for sale.
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Frenchies come in various colors such as brindle, cream, and fawn. Their coat is quite easy to handle and just brushing once a week is usually sufficient to keep it in good shape. In addition, it is very important that you trim their nails, brush their teeth and clean their ears and face wrinkles frequently to prevent infection. Furthermore, the French bulldog weighs between 16 to 20 pounds and has a height of 11-13 inches when completely grown. They usually live for 8 to 12 years.