Description of French Bulldogs
Most french Bulldogs are also known as Frenchie. They came from the dogs of Molossians.
The french bulldogs just like other dogs need the warm and close contact with humans. As a
result it is not advisable to leave them alone for a very long peroid of time as they might
experience separation anxiety if they are alone for too long. This is especially important when
french bulldogs are young.
The cost of feeding a French Bulldog
With any dog, itís always good to take a look at what food will cost you each month. After all,
food will be a recurring expense that you canít exactly skip.
Buying french bulldogs online you need to make sure they have fairly minimal exercise daily
and also a daily short walks. Our mini french bulldogs are classical and always love to be
Many people always ask this questions of Why are Frenchies so expensive? Now you need to
know that The French Bulldog is just not an easy dog to breed. First of all, very few French
Bulldogs can breed naturally, mainly due to their narrow hips which makes mounting difficult.
Because of this, most Frenchie females must be artificially inseminated. So when you fine our
prices for bulldogs high on the website you need to understand why. All prices are all
negotiable. contact us for more information.
How to care for a Mini French Bulldog
Mini and Micro french bulldogs also known as Frenchie puppies available for sale. The
gorgeous puppies online ready to get to their new home need a career, mini french bulldog
puppies for sale online. Our specialized tiny teacup sizes puppies breed are of 10 to 15
pounds grown. Our mini frenchies are smaller than the standard frenchies that usually are 22-
28 pounds. Our lil Micro Frenchies are some of the smallest you will find as they are usually 8
to 10 pounds. The teacup french bulldogs puppies are available in all colors. Under the breed
standard are the various shades of brindle, fawn, tan or white with brindle patches (known as
"pied"). The most common colors are brindle, then fawn, with pieds being less common than
the other colors. The breed clubs do not recognize any other colors or patterns. This is
because some colors come linked with genetic health problems not usually found in the breed,
most notably blue coloration, which is linked with a form of alopecia (hair loss or baldness),
sometimes known as "Blue Dog Alopecia . We do on occasion have rare colors.
French bulldogs are a very smart breed of dogs. There is good number of things that make the
French bulldog indeed an awesome smart dog, such as his level of intelligence, the natural
companionship the French bulldog exhibits, among other attributes.
The Basics of French Bulldog Grooming.
The French Bulldog has a short, fine, smooth coat that is easy to groom. Frenchies don't shed
much, but twice a year they lose their undercoat. During the spring and fall shedding seasons,
use a stripping comb and grooming mitt to remove the excess hair. The French Bulldog
should have the appearance of an active, muscular dog, of heavy bone, smooth coat,
compactly built, and of medium or small structure.
To reduce their size, some Bulldogs were crossed with terriers, while others were crossed