French Bulldog Training
The French Bulldog is a small breed of domestic canines; commonly referred to as Frenchies or in its native home, known as Bouledogue Francais͛, are the result of an 1800s crossbreeding of the well-known British Bulldog that was imported into France and the local Ratters of Paris. In 2015, they were found to be the third most common registered dog between dog owners of the United Kingdom.
French Bulldogs are extremely active dogs, heavy boned and muscular compactly built of medium or small structure. Like many other companion dog breeds they require close contact with humans. They are known as being patient and affectionate dogs and they can easily live with other breeds when the proper instructions are done.
Due to their body construction most French Bulldogs are artificially inseminated and delivered by caesarean section, which makes the breeding process more complicated and move expensive. Also they can on occasions develop breathing problems or structural faults. This is only due to their genetic make-up.
This article will cover all of the positives of becoming an owner or being an owner of a French Bulldog. This breed Notorious for its cute squished together face. One of the main reasons for them being homed so often is because this look is less intimidating for young children, as opposed to a Doberman or German Shepherd meaning they can be a pet for the whole of the family instead of just the older children and adults.
These dogs are known to be a very quiet breed of dog, they don’t tend to bark at all, even when they are around other dogs, in fact they are very calm around other dogs. They only get really excited and have to tendency to bark when around visitors. This breed are absolute clowns, and have some of the funniest facial expression across all breeds of dogs, always making their owners laugh, even at the worst of times. As well as their funny faces they are known to do funny things throughout their 8-10 year lives, from chasing their own tails to falling over their own feet.
A French Bulldog also loves to have down time, which makes them perfect partners to relax with after a long stressful day at work or school, some people love excitable dogs but, a lot don’t. The French Bulldog loves to play with toys and play games, yet don’t need that much exercise this is perfect for an owner that wants a dog to play around with yet doesn’t have the time to carry out a dog’s regular exercise regime.
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They require special attention regarding their health condition.
They are suitable for small environments and don’t require much space for accommodation
They can live in harmony with children (especially female French Bulldogs).At the same time they can easily live with other dogs no matter what’s the breed of the other dog(s).
Adaptable to training. Due to their size they cannot cover intense canine sports.
Breeding these is a difficult and expensive process.
They are in the category of dogs that can suffer from Brachycephaly Syndrome.