By Josie February 16th, 2023
These chique doggos were specifically bred to be the perfect lapdog.
Origin: France Life span: 10–12 years Breeding group: Non-sporting Height: 11 to 13 inches Weight: 28 pounds Temperament: Fun-loving, devoted, social
Their characteristic “squished up” face and dark brown eyes are instantly recognizable.
Except for the wrinkly skin around their faces and shoulders, their petite, compact bodies are well-proportioned and very strong.
Their modest shedding and sleek, lustrous coats require only infrequent brushing.
Due to their low shedding they are deemed to be hypeallergenic.
French Bulldogs prefer staying at home with their family rather than constantly exploring the world.
They don't need too much space and will be happy in an apartment in the city.
They originated in France in the late 1800s due to breeding between small local dogs and toy-sized Bulldogs.
An average adult dog should eat 1–1.5 cups of high-quality dry food daily, split between two meals.
Due to the fact that they have a very small digestive tract, it is essential to give them nutrients that are of good quality and easy to digest.
They are emotional, and if you correct them for acting wrong, they may get cranky.
Frenchies are notoriously overly sensitive because they were trained to be lovable lap dogs.
French Bulldogs need about 30 minutes of exercise a day.
They are not overly active and can be content with shorter walks.
After all, who can resist their squished up faces and big bat ears?