French Bulldog Field Guide

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The French Bulldog is a force to be reckoned with. Their “bat ears” and snorty nature have led to their increasing popularity as a small dog breed. Don’t be fooled by their small size—these muscular little pups are full of energy and always on the go. Frenchie owners can attest to the goofy antics of these small dogs and their never-ending curiosity. The Frenchie, like their English Bulldog relative, is a brachycephalic small dog breed, which makes these dogs loud breathers and less tolerant of hot temperatures. But don’t worry—that doesn’t hold the French Bulldog back from getting into all sorts of mischief. Check out the French Bulldog field guide to learn more about this exuberant dog breed. 

 

 

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