French Bulldog

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This is a gentleman?s dog that carries itself with an air of dignity. French Bulldogs are medium tempered and good with people. Their "easy does it" attitude makes them a good companion animal.PURPOSE OF BREED:French Bulldogs are the descendents of miniature British Bulldogs that followed their owners to France during the Victorian era and were crossed with other breeds. In time this bulldog with the bat-like ears found a place in the hearts of the French people.AVERAGE LITTER SIZE:4 puppies

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HEIGHT: MALE : 10in (25cm) - FEMALE : 10in (25cm)WEIGHT: MALE : 28lbs (13kg) - FEMALE : 22lbs (10kg)

The coat is short, smooth and loose fitting to the body. It is rather soft and fine to the touch. No grooming is required. French Bulldogs are brindle, fawn, white or brindle and white.

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Eye problems, Knees

The first specialty club was the French Bulldog Club of America, and fanciers gave a specialty show in the ballroom of the Waldorf-Astoria in NYC in 1989, the first specialty show to be held in such deluxe quarters. Receiving serious press coverage, French Bulldogs were thrust into vogue, reaching a peak in 1913 with an entry of 100 at the Westminster Kennel Club. (Credit:ÿ<a href="" target="_blank"></a>)
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