Croydon, N.H. - USA
Croydon, N.H. - USA
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About the French Bulldog Breed

1st and foremost let me be very clear - A French Bulldog is NOT a dog for you if you want a dog you can jog with, wrestle with or any other exhaustive or Rough activity. Frenchies are a Dwarf breed so almost all have some degree of spinal deformities.  Simply jumping off a high bed has caused quite a few to be permanantley injured. They are also very heat sensitive and will DIE much quicker than most other dogs or human babies.. If left in a hot vehicle, just 1/2 hour at 85+ degrees without a fan or AC will KILL most of them. 
 Bottom line is Frenchies are great Loveable house pets and couch potatoes, don't expect more.
A  French bulldog Should be alert and inquisitive but not overly active. 
This is NOT a dog to take on runs or long hikes !
They thrive on the "couch potatoe" life style.
They should appear Very stout and muscular with a short , wide back and neck. 
Head wide and squarish, looking slightly too large for the size of the dog, especially males.
Very short muzzle but not inset, having heavy, deep wrinkles around muzzle, teeth and tongue should never show with mouth closed.
Very small bob tail {never docked}. 
Ears erect and bat-like with rounded tips. 
Eyes not too deeply set and not protruding should be aiming straight ahead. 
Legs stout and strong, never thin. 
Hair short and mostly straight with no undercoat of fine hair. various colors ,very minimal shedding.
Size - 28 lbs max., standing 11-13 tall at shoulder.
Temperment- Very intelligent and quite trainable, quite inquisitive, having quirky humurous traits. Very minimal barking, very low aggression level, good with kids and adults and get along well with most other animals.
They typically do not become extremely attached to or protective of a certain individual, they tend to show affection to all that want it and they thrive on human companionship.
Frenchies require very little exercise or grooming. but must be kept between 60 and 80 degrees and suffer heat stroke easily as most short muzzled dogs do.
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About Frenchies / FAQ

Q:Why have they become so popular?
A: They are cute, affectionate, clean, very funny and quirky, almost never bark, very little shedding, require very little exercise or grooming and only weigh 20-28 lbs.
     In other words - "They are almost perfect" 

262 Pine Hill Rd.
Croydon, NH 03773


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