Gender: MaleAllergy Scale: 1 - Won't WorkActivity Level: ActiveShedding: Will Shed Expected Size: 25-35 lbs.
There are five males in this litter, we are selling three of them. This litter will come with an application for registration with AKC. Mom is a registered Frenchie, fawn and white in color and she weighs 22#. Dad is a registered Frenchie, blue fawn in color and he weighs 28#. We will be selling this litter as pet quality and companion only, although they are registered, we do not guarantee breeding.
About This Breed:
The French Bulldog is a descendant of the English Bulldog. The Frenchie was developed during the Industrial Revolution when workers were traveling often and wanted a smaller Bulldog to travel with them. The Frenchie is known for its “bat”ears, smaller size and docile temperament. They are affectionate, uncomplicate, gentle, intelligent, sensitive and fearless. A Frenchie is known for its loyalty to its family and happy-go-lucky attitude. They are very playful, active and alert but not overly boisterous. They adapt well to many different family lifestyles. They will make a good companion and will love nothing more than to see you walk through the door. They will be good with older children and other pets if they are properly socialized that way. Their exercise needs will easily be met running around the house. They won’t mind going outside either for a little play time, in fact they will enjoy it, even in the winter although you may need a coat for them. Short walks around the block will be enjoyable as will a trip to the doggie parks. Training should be easy given the intelligence of them. However be cautious of some obstinance that will most likely rear its head. Keep your training very consistent and to the point, use some good old fashion praise and a treat or two to get the point across. They will catch on in their own time. If you let them get away with murder they are very likely to do so. They may also become destructive if ignored. Their coat will be straight and short and will need to be combed out several times a week using a rubber curry brush to remove dead hairs. This will be a fun one for the kids even given their size.