A Lilac French Bulldog

A Lilac French Bulldog…

It goes without saying that at this time and age, most homes are considered incomplete without a pet. Pets have become so dear to human beings that they are now part of the family. One of the most common pets that people are so fond of is the dog. Besides guarding you and your belongings, dogs are also companions for you or your children especially when you are busy doing house chores.

There are various breeds of dogs that are attractive to human beings, and your choice depends on what you like. While some opt for large dogs, others prefer small dogs such as French Bulldogs. One of the most attractive dogs from this breed is a Lilac French Bulldog. If you are hearing about this dog for the first time, here I will give you a short introduction to what a Lilac French Bulldog is.

What is a Lilac French Bulldog?…

The Lilac French Bulldog is a rare breed of dog distinguished by its lilac colouration which is part of the French bulldog’s blue gene. Every lilac coloured French bulldog is naturally a blue gene carrier. It is a vital requirement for them to be a carrier and have the dominant lilac gene.

Newly born puppies have a soft blue fawnish colour but as they mature, the colour changes and you can clearly identify their pink coat. Their noses are reddish pink and at times greyish blue which proves that they are naturally blue-gene dogs.

In order to produce a Lilac French Bulldog, both the dam and the sire must have the chocolate and blue gene, be blue carriers or be blue themselves.

The DNA of a Lilac French Bulldog will check out at (d/d, b/b) which basically means that they have two copies of each blue and chocolate gene. Their DNA is unique and that’s what gives them their unique colouring that many people admire.

To be honest, there are very few Lilac French Bulldogs in the United States. It’s rare to find them on sale but when your lucky star shines on you and you find one, you may be forced to drain your bank account because they come with a demanding price tag. To be more specific, the cost of a lilac French puppy can start from $20,000 and above.

Size and Personality…

Generally, Lilac French Bulldogs are about 11-12 inches tall.
The female weighs 16-24 pounds while the male is slightly heavier at 20-28 pounds.
They are loving and smart and always wants to spend time with people. Because they are a fun-loving and freethinking they’re easy to train, especially when training entails praise, food rewards, and play.

Care…

The Lilac French Bulldog doesn’t require a lot of exercise. They have low energy levels and the only thing they require to keep them on good weight is a daily exercise which may entail playing in the yard or walking around the neighbourhood.

Even though they like playing, they are prone to heat exhaustion which forbids you from taking them to hot temperature areas for exercise. The best option is to schedule morning and evening hours for exercise when temperatures are friendlier for them.

Being a free thinker, the French Bulldog can adapt to various types of training and even though they are at times stubborn, don’t give up on them but try different training techniques.

Feeding…

The amount of feeds your dog consumes every day depends on their metabolism, size, the levels of activity, and age. However, it is recommendable that you feed them 1-1.5 cups of high-quality dry food every day.

This food should be divided into two and given at different time intervals perhaps one half in the morning and the other in the evening.

Instead of depending entirely on one type of dog food, try different types but ensure that they are of high-quality.

Grooming…

The Lilac French Bulldog is a unique dog with a short, smooth, fine, and lilac coat. The skin is loose and wrinkled particularly on the shoulders and head, and most importantly, they have a soft texture and are easy to groom because the only thing you need to do is to brush them to keep their coats healthy. Grooming should start when they are young.

Health…

Always check for any skin lesion, scabs, flaky skin, bare spots, and any signs of infections.

Also check eyes, ears, and teeth for any bad smell or discharge. For either of these, you should take your Frenchie to a vet. You should clean their ears regularly using a damp warm cloth and when you see that the edges of the ears are dry, apply baby oil to them.

The Lilac French Bulldog does not naturally wear their nails down, which means you should be the one to trim them to prevent painful splitting and tearing.

The facial wrinkles should always be clean and dry to prevent infection and when you bathe them dry them completely, especially on the folds. Bathing should be done once in a month using a dog shampoo.

Just like human beings, Lilac French Bulldogs is susceptible to illnesses. If you realize that your Frenchie is not as jovial and playful as usual, it’s good to seek professional guidance from a vet.

There are some common diseases associated with Lilac French Bulldogs, and even though they might not get all of them, it important to be aware of them, which include, among others:
• Hip Dysplasia
• Brachycephalic Syndrome
• Allergies
• Hemivertebrae
• Patellar Luxation
• Intervertebral Disc Disease (IVDD)
• Von Willebrand’s Disease
• Cleft Palate
• Elongated Soft Palate

Lifespan…

The Lilac French Bulldog has a lifespan that ranges from eleven to fourteen years.

 Final Thoughts

The Lilac French Bulldog is one of a kind and very desirable to have. It has large expressive eyes, friendly to small children and other pets, doesn’t bark much, and doesn’t require much of your time for grooming.

With all these amazing features, the Lilac French Bulldog is hard to come by, but never give up your search; keep checking on various dog sellers if they have one, or search for them online, but please be very careful that you do not deal with a puppy mill.

If you are a dog lover, without a dog!, It might be a good idea to start off with a Lilac French Bulldog and I am sure you will never regret adopting one and making them part of your family…French Bulldog Pendant

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In Conclusion…
If someone was to pose you with the question “What is a French Bulldog?” after reading this page you would be able to answer the question quite well.

The new “Frenchie,” as they were now called, was a marvelous companion dog that gave much love and loyalty in an affectionate and playful manner to its owner. A French Bulldog makes an excellent companion which rarely barks unless it wants to draw attention.

Your French Bulldog is a very affectionate, patient, cuddly and loving animal who loves children and will easily adapt to other animals in the house if introduced properly.

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So choosing the right pet for you can be extremely hard, to say the least. When choosing a French Bulldog you have to know exactly what the French Bulldog is.

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.

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.

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 trusted 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 me, this dog breed is definitely worth the time and effort.

High 5 Training

Training wise, since this dog breed is a result of its 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 the French Bulldog is to be treated.

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