What Is A Miniature French Bulldog?

What Is A Miniature French Bulldog?

When you are thinking of buying a new pet, you may be amazed at the number of breeds. If you prefer dogs, you may be wondering “What is a miniature French bulldog?” The following information can help you decide if this is the breed for you.


Miniature French Bulldogs originated in England. Breeders produced these dogs by cross-breeding standard bulldogs and pugs. The French became interested in this type of dog, and began creating their own version by cross-breeding French ratter dogs and miniature English bulldogs. While specifics vary from breeder to breeder, the average height for an adult is between 10 and 13 inches. The average weight is between 13 and 18 pounds.

Health And Life Expectancy

There is a special, important benefit to choosing a cross-bred dog. Virtually all pure-breds have a much greater risk of serious health conditions. Cancer and congenital abnormalities are most common in pure-bred dogs. As a mixed-breed, these risks are much lower in Miniature French bulldogs.

However, there are some health issues that are common to miniature French bulldogs. As the dog has a snub nose, it can be difficult for the dog to breathe. For this reason, bulldog owners are advised to not take their dogs on aeroplanes, take special precautions to avoid extreme heat, and help the dogs avoid stress.

A second issue is a dislocated kneecap. As it is common in bulldogs, owners are advised to consult with their veterinarians. A test can be performed to determine whether this issue is present, and how to take precautions to avoid painful injury to your dog.

The dog needs plenty of rest so his bones will stay healthy. As a French Bulldog is prone to weight issues, owners should take special care to provide a nutritious diet so the dog does not become obese.

Due to the short coat, cold temperatures can affect the dog’s health and comfort. In addition to outdoor weather conditions, indoor air should not be too cold. If you use an air conditioner in your home, do not set the temperature too low.

French Bulldogs can be prone to a variety of eye problems. His eyes should be checked regularly by a vet. Make a point of keeping the folds around his eyes clean and dry.

On average, a bulldog lives between 8 and 10 years. This does not mean your dog cannot live longer. With proper care, his life expectancy can extend up to 14 years. When you choose a mini French bulldog, you can have a friend and companion for well over a decade.

Temperament Of A Miniature French Bulldog

The wonderful temperament of mini French Bulldogs make this breed an excellent choice. The dog loves people, and is even friendly with strangers. The dogs love their human families, and are great with children. If the dog is socialized properly, he will enjoy the company of cats and other dogs.

Miniature French Bulldogs are gentle, playful, loyal, and loving. As the French Bulldog is not an active pet, he does not require a considerable amount of activity. He also does not require as much exercise as many other breeds. The reduced need for activity makes the Miniature French Bulldog a good choice for individuals and families who live in apartments, or have limited space in their homes and yards. A daily walk and playtime will meet his needs.

His temperament includes other features that you may appreciate. The dogs do not bark much, shed, or drool as much as many other dogs. These intelligent dogs are easy to groom and easy to train. The only potential drawback is he is not likely to be a good watchdog. Instead of barking or attacking an intruder, he may welcome the stranger into your home.

Grooming YourMiniature French Bulldog

Occasional grooming is enough to keep your pet comfortable and healthy. Unless you have never owned a dog before, you can do these tasks yourself. Grooming does not need to be done by a professional dog groomer or a vet. Experts advise bathing the dogs once per week, and brushing the dogs twice per week. Unlike some breeds that can be difficult to bathe, most Miniature French Bulldogs do not object to baths.

The Miniature French Bulldog eyes, ears, and facial folds need to be kept clean. Some experts recommend skin wipes designed for sensitive skin. These wipes can be used on the dog’s face every day. You should gently brush his teeth, too. However, if his nails need to be clipped, this is a task that is best left to your vet or a dog groomer.

Training Your Mini French Bulldog

Similar to any other breed, training is easier when the dog is young. This does not mean it is impossible to train your French Bulldog of any age. The French Bulldog’s natural sensitivity makes training easy if it is approached correctly. French Bulldogs can be stubborn, but they usually learn quickly because of their inquisitive nature.

Training a dog requires consistency and patience. If you want the dog to cooperate with you, it is better for you to train him yourself. It is not helpful for you to hire a professional dog trainer, and then find the dog will not listen to you. For the best results, start training the dog when you have plenty of free time. This is especially important when you want to teach him to not have accidents on the floor.

Experts and long-time dog owners alike agree that a positive approach to training works the best. Never yell at your dog, and never hit him. Instead, provide positive reinforcement every time he obeys your commands. You want the dog to listen and cooperate, not to be afraid of you. You can use hugs, pats, smiles, and verbal reinforcements when he cooperates. If he makes a mistake, be patient and try again.

While you may feel tempted to give food or treats, this is generally not the best approach for training your Miniature French Bulldog. First, food may interfere with his feeding schedule and bathroom habits. Second, he may come to expect a treat every time he cooperates. When you are training your dog, you want him to obey simply because he has learned to do so, not because he expects a treat. Okay, I suppose you could start with one or two dog biscuits.

As patience is the key to good results, you should expect some mistakes when you are starting to train your new pet. Do not consider it to be defiance, and do not overreact. Whether he has an accident on the floor or fails to obey a command, grant him some leeway and try again. Training a French Bulldog is relatively simple, but perfection cannot be attained overnight.

Is A Mini French Bulldog Right For You?

When you start with this overview, you will have some ideas on what to expect from one of these sweet little dogs. If you see one in person or in an advertisement, do not be surprised if you fall in love. As owning a dog is a long-term commitment and a big responsibility, take plenty of time to decide if this is the dog for you. You will have better results, and a better experience, if you do not buy the first dog you see. Please have a look at my post on “Puppy Mills”.

Ask yourself if you can commit the time to training your new pet. Although mini French Bulldogs are easy to get along with, you must be ready and willing to put time into training. Also ask yourself if you can provide the patience, consistency, and reinforcements for your dog so he can learn.

Second, ask yourself if your home environment is compatible for this type of dog. Miniature French bulldogs do not like to be left alone. He will need his owner, or another family member, to devote time to him and keep him company. If he is left alone for long periods of time, he can develop separation anxiety. This can affect his behaviour and his personality.

Temperature Conditions

Also consider temperature conditions. The dog can become ill if he is exposed to extreme temperatures. With one single short coat, your dog may need a sweater both outdoors and indoors. However, extremely humid or hot temperatures can result in heat stroke. When you keep in mind bulldogs are very sensitive to temperature, prepare to keep your home at a reasonable temperature and exercise caution when your dog is outdoors.

Third, as every breed was intended for a specific purpose, keep in mind the Miniature French Bulldog is meant to be a companion animal. He will be your friend and buddy, and will get along well with everyone in your household. His natural characteristics make the bulldog unsuitable as a watchdog or guard dog, and French Bulldogs were not designed to work. If you approach him as a companion, he will be a wonderful pal for you, your children, and your entire family. He will even be friendly toward other pets in your home.

French bulldogs do not need to be kept busy. While they love being with people, they do not need to be constantly entertained. Your dog will be perfectly content to follow you around, or nap beside you as you work or watch television. Many owners will appreciate this characteristic, but the trait can be especially nice for elderly owners.

Not For Outdoors

The Miniature French bulldogs are not a breed to leave outdoors. Both his need for companionship and sensitivity to temperatures make him the ideal indoor pet. Individuals who prefer to leave their dogs chained outside or left in a dog house should not choose this particular breed. They are perfect for apartment dwellers and home owners who want to keep their pets indoors. The lack of unnecessary barking makes him an ideal indoor pet, too.

Miniature French Bulldogs are fun. Although they are not excessively active, they like to have a good time. Some refer to these dogs as clowns, because of their fun-loving nature. If you want a loving, playful dog with a delightful attitude, a miniature French bulldog may be the pet for you. He will make everyone in your family smile and laugh.

Choose Your New Dog Wisely

It cannot be stressed too strongly that you should find a reputable breeder when you want a dog. You are taking unnecessary risks if you purchase a dog from a pet shop. Puppy mills should be avoided, too, as puppy mill owners are concerned about profits rather than the health of the dogs. A reputable breeder breeds his or her dogs responsibly, and you will have a healthier pet.

When you talk to a reputable breeder, be prepared to answer questions. This person wants to know the dog is going to a good home, and will be cared for properly. You may even be asked for references before you are allowed to buy a dog. In contrast, feel free to ask questions, as reputable breeders will not be offended by questions from a potential customer. You may want to know how long they have been in business, information on the parents used for breeding, and the correct supplies to buy for your new dog.

Be Prepared

Obtain all the essential supplies before you take the dog home. Puppy-proof your home so it is safe for your new pet. From breakable objects to cords, safety should be one of your main priorities. Take time to check every room throughout your house or apartment and move any items that could be an accident spot or pose a danger to the dog.

Bonding will be easy, and you will fall in love. It may take some time for your pet to adjust to his new home and his new family, but he will quickly become loving, affectionate, and playful. Everybody in your family will be glad you chose this one particular dog. Equally important, you will know he belongs to you.

Whenever you meet someone who asks “What is a miniature French bulldog?” you will be happy and proud to answer that he is your new best friend.

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How to Introduce a New Puppy to your dog

How to Introduce a New Puppy to Your Dog

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While adding a new French Bulldog Puppy to the home can be an exciting time, it can also be a stressful time. French Bulldog puppies need a lot of care and attention. The adjustment period can be more difficult if there is already a dog in the home. Here are some tips on how to introduce a new puppy to your dog so the new addition to the family can fit in without a problem.

What to expect when you introduce a new dog to your dog

You should not be surprised if your new French Bulldog Puppy is not welcomed into the home by the other dog. Your older dog may even growl and snap at the puppy and want nothing to do with it. Your dog may seem threatening, but it is unlikely that he will harm the puppy. Some dogs may be the opposite and accept the French Bulldog Puppy right away but if they do not, it is nothing to be alarmed about.

Communication

The dogs need to learn how to communicate with each other. Puppies play in a different manner than adult dogs do. They follow their own set of rules. There are certain ways that they greet each other and play. Puppies do not know the rules that are set by the adult dogs. When the French Bulldog Puppy first comes into the home he will be attracted to the older dog, since it looks like him. The puppy may get snarled at as he learns the rules of the adult dog.

Listen

Puppies do not have the social skills needed to interact with adult dogs. The adult dog will teach the puppy the rules of their home. Once again the older dog may growl at the French Bulldog Puppy until it learns the rules of the home. It can take up to 3 weeks for the dogs to begin to interact and play with each other. It may take up to five weeks for the adult dog to fully accept the puppy. During this time there are some things that you can do to make sure things are going well when introducing a puppy to the older dog.

First Meeting between the puppy and the older dog

Before bringing the new French Bulldog Puppy into the home remove any toys, blankets, and food bowls so the dogs will not fight over them. Allow the puppy to go into the home and sniff around. After a couple of minutes bring your other dog back into the home. Allow them to sniff each other but if the adult dog becomes aggressive step in and distract it.

When the dogs meet for the first time it should be done outdoors and you should not do it alone. The dog is less likely to become territorial. Be calm and allow the dogs to smell each other out. This may take several minutes but it is important that the dogs get used to being around each other.

Let the dogs go at Their Own Pace

When the dogs first meet allow them to determine how much interaction they have. The adult dog may sniff the French Bulldog Puppy and then walk away.
Going at own pace

Going at their own pace

They may walk near each other but this can take a little bit of time. As long as the dogs are comfortable, allow them to feel each other out. Do not leave them alone outside.

Supervision is very important

Do not leave the adult dog alone with the puppy. It is important to supervise all interactions between the dogs. The adult dog already in the home, needs to know their human will step in if the puppy is bothering them too much. The puppy needs to know they can turn to their human for protection. With supervision the adult dog is less likely to snap at the puppy or growl at it.

Crates

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When going out it is important to crate the puppy or put him in a pen. If the dogs are bothering each other the puppy can be gated so that the dogs can have some quiet time. This will allow the adult dog the chance to relax, since puppies have a lot of energy and do not know when it is time to stop playing. A little bit of quiet time can go a long way. If the older dog already has a pen or a crate they should be allowed to use it as needed for some alone time.

Escape Route

It is important to have an escape route for both the adult dog and the puppy. It is important to teach the older dog ways to avoid the puppy. Words such as “kennel” or “time out” can be used if it looks like the adult dog has had enough of the puppy. The adult dog can then escape and get a reward or treat for doing so. This needs to be reinforced with the adult dog. If he does not have a crate he should be allowed to go to another room in the home that is gated so the puppy cannot get in. He should get a reward or a treat for this as well.

Avoid Punishing the Adult Dog

Even if the adult dog does growl at the puppy do not punish it. Growls are a way that dogs communicate and tell each other to back off. Do not yell at the dog for growling at the puppy. Supervise interaction and use time outs as a way to manage interaction.

Special Attention

The adult dog should be given extra attention by all members of the family. This will allow your dog to feel important. When he looks annoyed, he should be given space as well. Dogs are social creatures and they need attention. Both dogs should be well loved and given plenty of attention in the home.

Reinforce Good Behaviour

When the adult dog does something nice to the puppy and is well behaved around the puppy he should be given a reward. If the adult dog ignores the puppy instead of snapping at it, he should be given a reward as well. The adult dog will begin to associate positive things with the puppy and realize the puppy is not so bad. Treats will reinforce the position behaviour.

Click and Treat

A clicker can help the adult dog understand how to behave around the puppy. The clicker is easy to use to create patterns and will associate happy feelings when the new puppy is around. When the puppy comes around, the clicker can be used and the dog given a treat. When the dog expresses desired behaviour’s it is another way to reward the dog.

Get the Puppy Tired

Puppies have a great deal of energy and to other dogs this can be annoying. Make sure the puppy gets lots of time to play and get their energy out. Take the puppy for a walk and spend a lot of time on training. This will help the puppy get some of their energy out. When they are near the adult dog they may not jump on them and will take a break from playtime. Puppies like plenty of sleep, so make sure the puppy has a nice area to rest in after taking a walk or spending some time outdoors. This will also give the adult dog a chance to relax and take a break from the puppy.

Switch the Dogs Out

If one dog is in a confined area and the other dog is playing make sure they both get playtime. When the puppy is done playing it should be put into a confined area for quiet time and the other dog should be allowed out to play. Do not be surprised if it sniffs around to see what the puppy was doing. The older dog may also need some comforting. It may be confused as to why this new puppy is allowed to be in the home. Allow the adult dog to sit on your lap or sit by your site. This will give him some quality time and will help ease feelings of stress from having another dog in the home.

Getting Used to the Smell

Dogs communicate by their scent. This is their natural way of learning about new things. Allow the adult dog to sniff the puppy. When the puppy is sleeping or having some quiet time allow the other dog to smell around and get used to the scent of the puppy. They should also be allowed to sniff a blanket or other item that the puppy has laid on. This way they get used to the scent of the puppy and will not be anxious when they smell the new puppy around their home.

Treat Them Equal

If the puppy gets a treat for something the adult dog should get a treat as well. If the puppy gets a pat the adult dog should get some love and attention as well. This will help the older dog know he is still valued. This will, once again, associate positive feelings for the puppy. When the puppy is around and gets something good the older dog will know they are going to get something good as well. The same thing can be true with activities. After taking the puppy for a walk, take the older dog for a walk, even if they are short walks. This will allow the dogs to associate good things with each other and they can begin to make some peace between them.

Be Patient

Even the best behaved dogs are going to take some time to get used to another animal being in their house. It is important to stay positive and to be patient with your older dog. If you are stressed out and anxious the dogs will pick up on this feeling. They will become anxious and will not be able to be relaxed. Even when times get difficult it is important to stay calm and positive at the same time.

Do Not Use a Leash

When the puppy is roaming the home the older dog should not be kept on a tight leash. This may associate a negative reaction to the puppy. The older dog may get an unpleasant feeling if something is tight and they may associate the feeling with the puppy. Do not pull the dogs apart either. This will also reinforce a negative feeling with the puppy.

Repeat the Process

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You may have to repeat the introduction of the puppy several times. If the adult dog is afraid or anxious you may have to introduce it to the puppy several times. If the puppy is afraid, this process should also be repeated. The dogs may need to be taken outside in a neutral area and be allowed to sniff each other out. They should be brought into the home and the puppy should be allowed to look around and get used to these surroundings. The older dog should then be brought back into the home as well and allowed to sniff where the puppy has been. This process needs to be repeated until both dogs are comfortable.

It may seem to take forever when you are learning how to introduce a new puppy to your dog. It may take a little while for them to get used to each other. Most dogs will come around and accept one another within three weeks. Slowly but surely there will be signs that the dogs are coming around and developing communication skills. They may become friends or at least learn how to co exist. As long as both dogs are given love and attention, there should be harmony in the home.

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Stop, and kill your fear of What The French Bulldog is

What The French Bulldog is!

The Federation Cynologique Internationale(FCI), the world governing body of dog breeds recognizes about 340 breeds in existence today. The American Kennel Club, on the other hand, accept only 167.

So choosing the right pet for you can be extremely hard, to say the least. You have so many aspects that you need to take into consideration beforehand, that it gets extremely hard to actually make the final choice.

This is where we come in. In this short article we will be showcasing one of the most popular breeds out there, aka the French Bulldog. If you find this dog appealing, then we highly recommend adding one to your family. But first let us clarify What The French Bulldog is?

Some French Bulldog Information Facts are that the dog is a small breed that is known for just how devoted it gets to its owner. It’s been declared an official breed back in the 1800s in England, and ever since its popularity has increased tremendously with time, so much so that it’s actually quite difficult to find one for a reasonable price any more.

It makes for a great house pet. Not only is it extremely playful, but it’s also very gentle with children. Thanks to its loving personality and its small size, it’s one of the few dog

breeds out there that can be entrusted around your baby at all times. Although it does love chasing after cats every now and then, it usually prefers the comfort of a couch next to its owners.

Things get a bit annoying though when it comes to the drooling part. Any French Bulldog owner out there will tell you that this breed is notorious for just how much it drools all over the place. Because of this we suggest that you change your dog’s blankets every day, because you wouldn’t want it to drown in its own drool over the course of a couple of days, would you?

As is the case with most of these miniature breeds, its health is very easily threatened by most any virus out there. Its stubby little legs grow tired after running for a short period of time, and if the weather isn’t perfect, your French Bulldog might end up getting sick immediately. Because of this we suggest that you keep an eye out for any sort of possible danger when it comes to their health.

Keep them inside at all times when the weather is below average, but don’t forget to make sure that it moves around enough on a daily basis. Sure, it might sound like a chore at first, but believe us, this dog breed is definitely worth the time and effort.

 Training wise, since this dog breed is a result of it’s bulldog ancestors and the local ratters from Paris, it’s no surprise that French Bulldog training is a relatively easy exercise. Just make sure that you have a bunch of dog treats as rewards and your dog will jump to the moon and back in order to please you.

One aspect of this breed’s life that might be quite disconcerting for the owner is its tendency to bark and howl every now and then. This can’t really be helped, but French Bulldogs tend to bark at anything that moves during the night, which might annoy a lot of owners, but if you can handle a couple of barks every now and then, you’ll eventually forget about this tick that it has.

We know that it may sound cruel at first, but make sure that your French Bulldog gets to do its daily exercises, otherwise it may get fat and unhealthy in no time. As mentioned previously, this dog breed is extremely prone to diseases and such, and because of this it is also more likely to become a couch potato overnight if you don’t take good care of it. The good thing about it is that French Bulldogs are extremely playful too, so as long as you make it seem like a game, the dog will eventually end up sweating while having fun alongside you.

Grooming the French Bulldog is another positive aspect regarding the breed. It’s incredibly easy to maintain, just make sure that the bath is warm enough so your dog doesn’t accidentally end up catching a cold. Usually you’d have to spend a lot of money on different products, but with the French Bulldog all you need is a warm bath every now and then and they’ll pretty much be handling the rest of the job on their own. 

If you do plan on getting a French Bulldog sooner than later, then we have to warn you that this breed gets extremely territorial from the moment you bring it home. Although it’s not prone to starting fights with other dogs at the drop of a coin, it can become jealous enough that it can end up barking all day and night at any intruders. On one hand, it makes for a great watchdog, but on the other hand, it does get extremely annoying with time.

If you wish to keep your house clean, this might not be the best breed for you, but overall it’s not the worst either. Thanks to its health sensitivity, we can’t really recommend this dog breed to first timers that work full time jobs, but if you have the time and patience to deal with them on a daily basis, then you’ll soon learn just how lovable this breed can really be. 

All in all, is a French Bulldog worth getting? The short answer is yes. It makes for a great house pet and although it’s not the easiest to maintain, the amount of love and affection that it surrounds you with will more than make up for it. We also recommend that you only get one of them at a time, because as we mentioned previously, they get extremely territorial, and if you don’t pay attention to them every time you lay your eyes on them, they might get quite anxious and they can even end up breaking stuff just to attract your attention. 

If you think that the positives outweigh the negatives, then definitely give this dog breed a try, it won’t disappoint you in the least if you know what to expect from it and how to treat it.

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What is a French Bulldog Boston Terrier mix?

What is a French Bulldog Boston Terrier Mix?

It’s nearly 2018, and it feels like there are more mixed breeds out there than there are normal breeds, doesn’t it? Because of how many new breeds are discovered every year, it feels like the world is getting more and more divided on which is the superior breed. In this short article we will be discussing about a certain breed mix that has caused quite a ruckus because of how random it seems.

Not only does it mix two of the most popular breeds out there, aka the French Bulldog and the Boston Terrier, but it also makes for a very original breed that has already gotten dozens of names so far. Probably the most consistent name that the public has chosen for this breed is the Frenchton, or the Frenton, if you will, but people also call this breed names like the Faux French Bulldog, the Frenchbo Bulldog or even the Boston Frenchie.

No matter what you prefer to call it, the facts remain unchanged, this dog breed is definitely one of a kind. The  French Bulldog Boston Terrier mix puppies are very small in size at first, but they do grow out of it, so don’t confuse them for Chihuahuas or some other extremely small dog breed out there. But, what is the Boston Terrier French Bulldog mix? Well, to put it bluntly, the French Bulldog Boston Terrier puppies are the love-children of those two amazing breeds that have their own sort of personalities and their own physical traits.

What sets the French Bulldog mixes apart from the ordinary French Bulldog is first and foremost the look. While most French Bulldogs are usually one color (most of the time they are black, brown or white/grey) with another colored stripe down their necks and across their tummies, the French Bulldog Boston Terriers actually have different patterned fur colors. Sure, you can still find a French Bulldog Boston Terrier mix that’s mono-colored with a colored stripe down their necks and across their tummies, but the grand majority of them sport different looks that really liven up their look.

Behavior wise, the French Bulldog Boston Terrier puppies tend to be a bit more agitated than purebred French Bulldogs. Unlike the purebreds, the mixed puppies tend to be quite a handful on a daily basis, but still, this can easily be corrected with a bit of training, which is where our next point comes in.

Training wise, the Boston Terrier French Bulldog mix seems to be a bit annoying and uneducated at first, but we can assure you that they can easily be trained if you have enough patience to do so. They are definitely harder to train than the purebred Boston Terrier or the purebred French Bulldog, but if you can get past that you’ll easily understand why so many people have opted to adopt one of them over the purebred option.

Another main reason as to why people love these French bulldog mixes is the fact that they are so small and compact and easy to keep occupied at all times, which makes them perfect for life in a smaller sized apartment. Most college students would rather have a Boston Terrier French Bulldog mix over most any other breed out there just because they don’t want to have to keep their eyes on their dogs at all times. As long as you have more than one of them hanging around it shouldn’t be hard for them to amuse themselves.

The Frenchton is definitely a weirder breed, to say the least, but nonetheless, it’s still a very good companion dog. Considering the fact that it is the lovechild of two companion dog breeds, it shouldn’t come off as a shock that the Frenchton is very good at doing just that. Food wise, this mix doesn’t really showcase any sort of preference, as long as it’s nutritious and delicious, it will always finish its plate.

Exercise wise, if you already own a Boston Terrier or a French Bulldog then you most likely won’t be surprised to find out that the Frenchton doesn’t exactly require that much exercise to go about its day. As long as you take the time to go out once per day with it, your dog will be in perfectly good shape. Oh, and while we’re on the subject of health, the Frenchton is one of those breeds that never seems to really get sick, unless something serious is going on. This can be taken off in two different ways. It does mean that generally they never get sick, but when they do, you need to do whatever it takes to make sure that they get their treatment according to their needs.

So, really, what is a French Bulldog Boston Terrier mix? Well, it’s a special breed that has been officially recognized as a crossbreed by the Designer Dogs Kennel Club (DDKC), the Dog Registry of America (DRA), the Designer Breed Registry (DBR), the American Canine Hybrid Club (ACHC) and the International Designer Canine Registry (IDCR). Although it has yet to be recognized by the American Kennel Club (AKC), it shouldn’t come off as a surprise to anyone that this breed is getting more and more popular on a daily basis. So, what sets this one apart from every other breed out there? We think that every single Frenchton proud owner can confirm that it’s in their behavior. A lot of people will argue that it all depends on the dog’s personal mentality, but if you’ve owned enough dog breeds so far, then you know that that’s not exactly true. Depending on the breed of the dog, the dog can be aggressive (the Pit Bull Terriers, the Rottweilers or the German Shepherds) or it can be calm (The Shih Tzu, the Chow Chow or the Boston Terrier), so we can safely say that the Frenchton is one of the most relaxed and loving dog breeds out there without a doubt in our mind.

Sure, they can be quite challenging if they are not trained properly, but no matter what, we’ve never heard of a Frenchton biting its owner’s hand. This makes them one of the best dog breeds out there for younger individuals or married couples. This dog breed is amazing around babies too because of its calm nature, and not only that, but since it is so calm and relaxed, it makes for a great “first pet” for a child.

As long as you’ve trained them enough, the French Bulldog and Boston Terrier mix will never disappoint you. But hey, don’t let us stop you from showcasing your own whacky encounters with these loveable pets. Tell us what you think about the Frenchton and what you like or dislike about them. No dog is a perfect replica of another one, so we can never be short of stories. But anyway, we hope that you enjoyed this short article as much as we enjoyed writing it!

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What is The Blue French Bulldog

What is the Blue French Bulldog?

French Bulldogs have been extremely popular over the past couple of years, haven’t they? They’re all the craze nowadays, so much so that most people that look for dogs these days immediately turn towards them. But people don’t necessarily want to own the same kind of dog as the next person, do they? Which is where the Blue French Bulldog comes in.

What is the Blue French Bulldog, you may ask? Well, to be precise, this dog breed is simply put in blunt terms, just like any other French Bulldog out there, except for the fact that its fur has a different shade. Scientists have all come to the conclusion that this does not affect the dog’s health in any way, shape or form, in fact, the Blue Gray French Bulldog is actually just as likely to live a happy and healthy life as much as a normal French Bulldog is.

But that’s not what we’re here to discuss. No, we’re going to delve past the basic textbook definition and right into what makes this dog breed special, what makes it unique per se. The main reason as to why the Blue French Bulldog puppies sale is on the rise is the fact that they are, at their core, French Bulldogs, but with a special fur addition. French Bulldog fans all around the world look into getting their hands on a baby Blue French Bulldog, and because of this the dog’s popularity has skyrocketed over the past couple of years, as mentioned previously.

If you already own a blue eyed French Bulldog, then you already know that they’re not picky eaters, nor do they require that much sport to actually be fit. Sure, you cannot allow them to simply become couch potatoes, because let’s be honest here, if we wouldn’t take them on daily walks they’d much rather just be that instead, but they’re not exactly the most athletic dog breeds out there either, so simply taking them on a daily walk is going to suffice most of the time.

Probably the biggest behavioral difference between the typical French Bulldog and the Blue Star French Bulldog is the fact that the latter is a bit more playful than the typical French Bulldog. That’s not to say that the typical French Bulldog doesn’t love to fool around every now and then, but despite the Blue White French Bulldog’s somewhat lazy looking physique, they are not prone to letting go of you if you show any sign of wanting to play with them. This makes them extremely good pets for children and younger individuals.

The Blue French Bulldogs sale in California has risen exponentially to say the least, simply because of how rare this breed can really be. This is why a lot of shops put up signs that say “Rare Blue French Bulldogs Sale” for example, in order to attract buyers that want a trusty and playful companion, all in one.

The Blue French Bulldog sale has really shown everybody just how popular a breed can be, despite the fact that it’s actually not recognized by dog breeder associations.

Because of this, if you actually want to get your hands on one yourself you’ll need to look for Blue French Bulldog information yourself online for a while before you can actually find a trustworthy seller.

Another interesting fact that you most likely already know if you already own a Blue French Bulldog is the fact that because of their thin, single coat of fur, they are very likely to actually get sick during the Winter. In order to counter this, you’ll need to make sure that your dog is well taken care of. You wouldn’t want your baby Blue French Bulldog to catch a cold would you?

Sadly, though, actually owning a Blue French Bulldog is no easy task, considering just how expensive and time consuming it can be. Although it has yet to be proven, the main reason as to why Blue French Bulldogs are not acknowledged as an official breed is the health factor, which is why owners usually have to spend a lot of money on making sure that their dogs are safe and healthy.

Again, nobody was able to really prove the fact that their fur color is unhealthy or anything like that, but that won’t stop owners from worrying about it, and we can’t really complain either.

Maintaining your dog’s health is no easy feat, no matter what breed you own. Not only that, but on a typical Blue French Bulldog puppy sale these dogs can be put on sale for a lot of money. This is why most people prefer the company of a normal French Bulldog. But Blue French Bulldog owners will never complain about the price tag that comes with the dog because we all know that they are worth every single penny.

There is also the fact that Blue French Bulldogs rarely ever leave their owners. For some unknown reason, Blue French Bulldogs are known to stick right next to their owners’ feet whenever walking outside. This works in their favor because you won’t have to worry about your dog running off and getting lost.

Not only that, but the Blue French Bulldogs are also extremely intelligent, and as a result they are fast learners and very easy to train. French Bulldogs are known to be a very tame and easy to train breed, and the Blue French Bulldogs are no exception.

People that are also looking to buy a Blue French Bulldog should know that this breed is often categorized as a “non-lethal-predator”, meaning that it doesn’t really feel the need to really go chasing cats or birds. More likely than not, the Blue French Bulldog will just end up following cats to play with them, rather than attacking them.

Their small size also prevents an altercation with other dogs too. They are usually very friendly, but they are also smart enough to stay away from bigger dogs, unlike other small dog breeds that tend to be way more aggressive than the bigger dog breed out there.

Another reason as to why people really love getting a Blue French Bulldog as a family dog is because they don’t shed that much. This might not seem like that big of a problem, but believe us and every other dog expert out there, you’ll end up regretting not getting a Blue French Bulldog once you see the amount of hair on your clothes and on your brand new rug. It’s not a huge problem, but having a Blue French Bulldog is just the more sanitary choice at the end of the day.

Although they’re not really afraid to voice out their opinions, Blue French Bulldogs are not the loudest dogs out there. Sure, they can get quite vocal every now and then if you forget to take them out on walks or play with them, but they are nowhere near as loud or as pretentious as, let’s say, the Basset Hound or the Beagle.

In conclusion, the answer to the question “What is The Blue French Bulldog?” is that it’s a very loveable dog breed that you can always rely on you. They are the opposite of a violent dog breed, they don’t bark that much, and they don’t need that much exercise to actually remain healthy.

They can be quite expensive thanks to their rarity, but as long as you’re okay with the price tag, you should be more than happy with your Blue French Bulldog. So, now we have two questions for you to answer in the comments below! First off, do you own a Blue French Bulldog? If you do, then tell us what whacky situations your dog got itself into and such. Tell us what made your dog truly yours, what its personality traits were, what it did that made it truly special.

Our second question is the following: Do you plan on getting yourself your very own Blue French Bulldog or are you simply, just interested in this breed? Tell us in great detail why you’d prefer this breed over any other dog breed out there and what made you look into it in the first place.

Hope that you enjoyed reading this short article as much as we enjoyed writing it! Have a good day and don’t forget to spoil your pet every now and again!

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The French Bulldog Personality is one to kill for

The French Bulldog Personality

A French Bulldog trait is often just to lie around

A French Bulldog trait is often just to lie around

There are plenty of dogs that you can choose from out there, each special in their very own way, which is why looking for the perfect breed for you can prove to be quite a challenge. Depending on what you’re looking for exactly, a certain breed can be better than another, but at the same time, this may not apply to all the members of that certain breed.

Although they do tend to differ one from the other, let’s be honest here, these French Bulldog personality traits apply to the grand majority of these dogs for a reason, which makes identifying the best breed for you way easier.

Just stretching his legs

Excercise is important

Personality wise, most dogs have their own mindsets, but certain aspects can be observed from the members of the same breed. So, in this short article we’ve decided to concentrate solely on the French Bulldogs personality to show how it can make this breed the best one for you, from whichever way you look at it, it makes it a deal breaker.

First of all, let’s concentrate on the basics. The French Bulldog, above all, is a very active dog breed that always feels the need to keep on moving. Sure, it will often end up falling asleep on the closest comfortable cushion that it can sink into, but if you’re a French Bulldog owner, then you know just how much of a ruckus this breed can cause while simply running around. This may inconvenience some to the point where they might feel it necessary to get another dog, but what can be considered the saving grace that this dog breed has to offer is the next point that we’re going to address, and that is, its loving nature.

Oh!... life is bliss

Oh!… life is bliss

Sure, dogs are known to get super attached to their masters, but we all know that some dogs just can’t help themselves when their masters come back home, can they? There is a reason for the hundreds of videos of French Bulldogs running around, jumping on everything just because they get to spend a little extra time with their owners. But that’s not all, this loving personality also makes the typical French Bulldog a joy around children too.

Relaxation time

Anyone wanna play?

Although it’s not exactly the most calmed down dog breed out there, owners will be happy to hear that this dog breed is extremely passive around children. It knows that the kids are vulnerable, and nine out of ten times it will avoid bothering them.

When it comes to playing around, French Bulldogs also tend to be more gentle around babies than most other dog breeds out there. If you have your own funny story regarding the French Bulldog, then definitely leave a comment down below and showcase just what wacky shenanigans your French Bulldog got into.

We all know that no breed is perfect, and the French Bulldog is nowhere near that either, so let’s just sit down and smile while laughing at how silly our dogs can be sometimes. But anyway, with that sorted out of the way, we can concentrate on another French Bulldogs personality trait that can get in the way of your search for the perfect breed for you.

Our Frenchie in our flat

You can easily rear a French Bulldog in a flat

Training time

Frenchies are super sporty

Chances are that if you live in a big city, you live in a rented apartment too, which is where owning a French Bulldog can prove to be quite a hassle. As mentioned previously, the French Bulldog’s combustive personality shines the most when the dog is well rested and happy with its life. That’s when the dog really starts bursting out, demanding attention, and if you dare not give it to it, your dog might end up making up quite a mess.

This is why, if you’re thinking about getting yourself your very own French Bulldog, then definitely make sure that you have the time and patience to scratch its belly every time it wants to be scratched. The more time you allocate to your dog, the happier it will be, so whenever you have the time for it, give him a belly rub, take him on a walk outside, or just visit the closest park and throw that Frisbee as far as you can.

Ha! Ha!

Ha! Ha!…

The good thing about this is the fact that the French Bulldog will never cease to put a smile on your face, so as long as it is happy, you can be sure that you’ll also be happy at the end of the day. So, as the popular saying goes, “I’ll scratch your back if you’ll scratch mine”.

Playtime

Wanna Play?

At first glance, the French Bulldog may seem like a one trick pony, but the more you look into the French Bulldog personality patterns, the more you realize just how complex and original they are. There is a lot more to them than they showcase at first sight, which strangely enough makes them very human like, so if this sounds like the type of a pet that you want to have around yourself at all times, then you might need a French Bulldog in your life sooner than later.

In conclusion, the many French Bulldogs personalities all blend into one cute and dynamic mix that really makes this one of the most original dog breeds in the world. Not only is it one of the most adorable and lovable dog breeds out there, but what makes it really stand out is just how attached they get to their masters. The more you care for them, the more they’ll care for you, and so forth.

Come and get it!

I’ve got the ball!

Although this may seem like a bit too much for someone that works 24/7, it can also work as a relaxing tool and stress reliever. Just think about it, after a hard day of work instead of just going to sleep how about playing ball with your dog for a bit? Make sure that you pet him over and over again and you’ll instantly feel better. So, again, if you feel like you’re up for the challenge, then get one for yourself. Be assured that you won’t be disappointed.

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