French bulldog as the name implies comes from France.  However, history of this dog breed will tell you that French bulldogs are the dwarfed bulldogs that came from England.  French bulldogs are very popular and became a status symbol of the rich and the wealthy in the late 1800s.


Why do you think French bulldogs are very special?  Maybe because the frenchie is just adorable and maybe their sweet personalities?


Here are some French Bulldog facts and health issues for the breed.


  • Weight should not exceed 28 pounds or 14 kilograms.
  • Color acceptance to the standard may vary.
  • Life expectancy -12-15 years


A French bulldog is a great family pet and do not make good outside dogs.  The reason is that frenchies have difficulty adjusting their temperature.  Too much heat may be lethal to the frenchy.  They need protection such as shade and water to ensure survival outdoor.


These little lovable bulldogs are playful, amiable, and love to interact with people. They do not need much exercise.  Daily walk to the part may already be enough. The French Bulldog generally adapts well to any loving environment.


Having said, the French bulldogs are fit for families even for those leaving in small spaces like apartments, dog owners need to consider many health issues.  They are intrinsic in the breed and thus you may need to consult a breeder or a veterinarian if you want to adopt a French bulldog.



Universally, French Bulldogs have received matchless appreciation, but still different people have different choices.


If you don’t like snorting, snuffling and snoring pets, then don’t go for the French bulldogs.


If you’re a busy individual and don’t prefer running after pets, then get a French bulldog today.



Those who need security, reliability and powerful dogs, French bulldog puppies are meant for those pet lovers.


In case you’ve swimming pool at home then you ought to be cautious regarding your French Bulldog safety as they can’t swim



French bulldog puppies can win your heart at the first glance, though; you need to take the level of compatibility into regard, before you buy one.


The French Bulldog is a pleasant, easy-care companion who is playful, alert and affectionate. It is enthusiastic and lively, without being yappy and loud. Curious, sweet and absolutely hilarious, it has a very comical personality and loves to clown around. It is bright and easygoing. The Frenchie gets along fairly well with strangers and other animals and enjoys being with its owner. It plays well with other dogs. Those Frenchies that are allowed to believe they are alpha may become dog aggressive. This breed needs leadership and will not thrive without it. The Frenchie cannot be owned and ignored. When it senses an owner is meek or passive toward it, it will become very stubborn and even snappish. They can be trained if the owner is calm, but firm, consistent and patient. Proper human to canine communication is essential. Do not give them affection or sweet talk them if they are displaying any type of unwanted behaviors; instead correct them sternly with an air of calm authority. French Bulldogs are clean, and most will try to avoid puddles. Most cannot swim so take caution around water. This breed does best with considerate children who know how to display proper leadership. This breed may drool and slobber; however a good percentage of them do not. They are also a relentless hunter of mice. Do not allow this sweet little bully to develop Small Dog Syndrome.



  • French Bulldogs do not need a lot of exercise, but they do need daily walks to keep them at a healthy weight.
  • French Bulldogs do not handle heat very well and need to be monitored on hot days to ensure that they don't overexert themselves.
  • French Bulldogs can be easy to train, but they can also be stubborn. Be firm and patient when training this breed.
  • If you value cleanliness the French Bulldog may not be the dog for you, since he is prone to drooling, flatulence and some shedding. He can also be difficult to housetrain.
  • French Bulldogs can be a quiet breed and are not known as a breed that barks frequently although there are exceptions to every rule.
  • Because they don't tend to be excessive barkers, French Bulldogs make exceptional apartment dogs.
  • Although it is important to always supervise young children and dogs when they are together, the French Bulldog does very well with children.
  • French Bulldogs make wonderful watchdogs, but they can become territorial. They also like being the center of attention, which can lead to behavioral problems if they are overindulged.
  • French Bulldogs are companion dogs and thrive when they have human contact. They are not a breed that can be left alone for long periods or left outside to live.
  • To get a healthy dog, never buy a puppy from an irresponsible breeder, puppy mill, or pet store.