FRENCH BULLDOG: FACTS TO KNOW BEFORE ADOPTING FRENCH BULLDOG
Breed Description The French Bulldog, also called Frenchie, is a compact and muscular breed that is great with small living areas. They have small-to-medium build, about 22-28 pounds, and 11-13 inches tall. Coat, The French Bulldog, has a short, smooth, and elegant jacket. Their skin is loose and soft; especially on the head and shoulders which creates wrinkles. They shed coats during a shift in seasons and may execute throughout the year. All colors besides mouse, black, liver, black and white, tan and black, and white with black are also permissible. Action Running around openly on a large grassy lawn is not enough to fulfill their instinct to walk. Owners should remember that this breed can't tolerate heat on account of their flat muzzle, and breathing problem during extreme temperatures. It's necessary for this race to be exercised during hot climates as this may result in heatstroke. Water and proper shade are critical at all times. Temperament Courageous, yet affectionate and playful, the French Bulldog's character is child-like. They are attentive, curious and bright, which makes them excellent watchdogs.