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French Bulldogs for Adoption
Greeting folks with a comical and playful expression is the charming French Bulldog. Loved for their smart antics and playful nature, Frenchies are highly adaptable and can make a home nearly anywhere. Today they are a favorite among city dwellers as a Frenchy will have no problem spending hours on your couch. Small spaces are no problem for the little Frenchy. Although they’ll be equally as happy meandering through a large backyard.
With their large, bat-like ears and muscular little bodies, French Bulldogs are among the most popular of small dog breeds. Their gleaming coat can be found in nearly every color and resembles a fine texture proving smooth to the touch. In addition, a Frenchy’s coat is short and demands very low maintenance.
French Bulldogs are prone to little dog obesity so be sure to incorporate daily exercise into your schedule. While Frenchies don’t ask for much in the area of exercise, several 15 minute walks each day are necessary to keep your little pal fit and healthy. In addition, don’t be fooled by their innocent puppy expressions. French Bulldogs are genuine free thinkers and have no difficulty flaunting a stubborn personality. Begin training early and keep things exciting. Toss in favorite rewards, treats, and lots of puppy dog praise to keep your little pup thriving. Be sure to also socialize your growing puppy to unfamiliar sights, sounds and smells to prepare your little Frenchy for life in the real world.
Selective with their barks, French Bulldogs are excellent watchdogs. They’ll be certain to notify you of unwanted intruders while sounding a bark should anything appear suspicious. They also love a good companion and are quick to make friends with humans and other animals.
Why you shouldn’t adopt a French Bulldog puppy:
They can prove difficult to house-train while having no difficulty slobbering and snorting around the home.
Why you should adopt a French Bulldog puppy:
They seldom bark, they’re typically polite, and they’ll thrive on only moderate exercise.
Learn more about the French Bulldog breed here.