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The Blue French Bull Dog can always be counted for having a clownish smile on their faces. Many French Bull Dog puppy owners look forward to that broad smile when they come home from the work day. The French Bulldog is the perfect sized pet in body mass and spirit for any new dog owner. For short owners of the French Bulldog call them “frenchies.” Visit Silverblood Frenchies and find cute French Bulldog Puppies for sale and French Bulldog studs.
French Bulldog Breed Temperament:
The French Bulldog is always inquisitive and in whatever their owners are doing. With a happy-go-lucky outlook, the French Bulldog has a long history of being bred as a companion pet to people. Like many other companion dog breeds the French Bulldog breed craves close contact with humans. The French Bulldogs exercise regime shouldn’t be too strenuous, but a short walk around the neighborhood would suffice. Apartment dwellers find the French Bulldog to do great in the confined space, as well as not being overly vocal to disrupt neighbors. In fact, being a flat faced breed, the French Bulldog cannot live outdoors. Extreme hot or cold temperatures makes breathing more difficult, and exercise during such weather conditions must be limited or avoided all together. Inside activities such as fetch or short rompse can keep up the athletic levels of the French Bulldog until better weather.
French Bulldog Breed Appearance:
The French Bulldog breed is compact, in the fact that its height roughly mirrors the length, but in no way replies they are sporty. The French Bulldog breed standard states that they should be muscular with a sleek fur coat, with batlike ears that are wide at the base and have rounded corners at the top. The French Bulldogs tail is naturally born short and not “docked” as other dog breeds. The French Bulldog can come in an array of different colors and patters. Some of the most common are: Cream, fawn, blond, black, tan all with white or sorts of multiple colors. We breed the more exotic and rarest of all the French Bulldog colors such as Blue, Blue Brindle, Blue pied, Blue Faw, Chocolate (Liver) and soon Black and Tan AKA Tri colored French Bulldogs. Visit our puppies page to find cute French Bulldog Puppies for sale and French Bulldog stud service.
French Bulldog Breed History and Origins:
The French Bulldog originated in 19th Century Nottingham, England, where Lace makers decided to make a smaller, miniature, lap version of the English Bulldog, that were referred to as "toy" bulldogs by crossiong these miniature English Bulldogs with a French Terrier. In the 1860's when the Industrial Revolution drove the craftsmen to France they took their dogs with them. The toy bulldogs became popular in France and were given the name the, "French Bulldog". The breed eventually made its way back to England for dog shows. The Britts were not happy with the name "French" given to a dog that was originally from England, however the name "French Bulldog" stuck.
French Bull Dog Breed Height and Weight:
The French Bulldog breed Height: 12 inches (30cm.)
There are two weight classes of French Bulldog: 19-22 (9-10kg.) pounds and 22-28 pounds (10-13kg.). Over 28 pounds is a disqualification.
French Bull Dog Breed Exercise Requirements:
The French Bulldog needs to be taken on a daily walk, where the dog is made to heel beside or behind the person holding the lead, as instinct tells a dog the leader leads the way, and that leader needs to be the human. Simply running around a large yard is not going to satisfy their migration instinct. Take care in hot weather. They love to run and play and can play for hours if you let them. Some have higher energy levels than others.
French Bulldog Breed Summary:
Who wouldn’t want a smiley, cuddly, long lived French Bulldog? For children or for the elderly, the French Bulldog makes a perfect addition for any sized domicile. Making the decision for a dog is a big step, one that Cute Puppies For Sale has not overlooked. Once you’ve decided you want a dog, making the decision as to what kind is the next and so on, but it can all be very intimidating for the inexperienced dog owner. Visit our puppies page to find cute French Bulldog Puppies for sale and French Bulldog stud service.
French Bulldog puppies come in a variety of colors and coat patterns. In its most simple forms, French Bulldog coat color can be simply described as fawn, with a variety of possible marking patterns and dilutions possible. Fawn can range in shade from deep red to cafe au lait to pale golden cream. The differences in appearance from here are all due to variants in marking patterns, which range from brindle - black stripes in varying degrees of repetition and thickness overlying the fawn base coat, to pied - varying patches of brindle overlaying fawn interspersed with white markings, to black masked fawn - fawn in differing shades with a classic 'masking' pattern on the face and dorsal area of the body. There are a myriad of variants of marking type, pattern, size and placement possible within these parameters.
Here are a few examples of common - and not so common - coat patterns and colors within French Bulldogs. All terms should be taken objectively, as there is a great deal of difference of opinion within the Frenchie community as to which term defines which color.
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