Breed: French Bulldog
Age: 10 weeks old Champion bloodlines: No
Champion sired: No
Price: 1200 USD
Shipping area: Worldwide What’s included: Registered/preregister, Current vaccinations, Veterinarian examination, Health guarantee
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Are they a good choice for first time dog owners?
French Bulldogs are a great choice for first time owners because they are always so amenable and eager to please. They make wonderful companions and family pets because they thrive in a home environment loving nothing more than to be involved in everything that goes on in their surroundings.
What about prey drive?
French Bulldogs can have quite a high prey drive and they like to chase anything that moves especially if it’s a smaller and weaker than them. As such, care should be taken when they are around small pets and animals they don’t already know. When out on a walk, French Bulldogs should only be allowed to run free off their leads in areas where there is little chance of them taking off after any smaller animals they might come across. It’s also important that French Bulldogs be well trained from the word go so they respond to the “recall” command rather than turn a deaf ear when called.
What about playfulness?
French Bulldogs are known to be very clown-like and love entertaining their owners which is just one of their most endearing traits and why the breed has become so popular over the years. They remain very puppy-like well into their senior years, making them a joy to have around.
What about adaptability?
Frenchies are highly adaptable small dogs which means they are just as happy living in an apartment as they are in a house, providing they are given the right amount of daily exercise. A bored French Bulldog would quickly find ways to keep themselves entertained, often by becoming destructive and noisy around the house when they find themselves on their own.
What about separation anxiety?
Frenchies form very strong bonds with their owners and as such they can suffer from a condition known as separation anxiety if they find they are left on their own for any length of time. As such they are better suited to households where one person stays at home when everyone else is out.
What about excessing barking?
French Bulldogs are not known to be that vocal, but should a dog feel neglected or left to their own devices for too long, they may well start barking for attention. The same can be said of dogs that are spoiled and therefore become more demanding. Frenchies need to be taught from a young age not to bark and this should always be done gently, but firmly without frightening the dog so they understand what is expected of them and therefore mature into well-balanced, quiet dogs.
Do Frenchies like water?
French Bulldogs are not particularly fond of water and are not very good swimmers. In fact, it would be fair to say that a Frenchie would “sink like a stone” if they ever fell into a river, pond or other sort of water course, which is why care should always be taken when they are being walked anywhere near water.
Are French Bulldogs good watchdogs?
A French Bulldog would be quick off the mark to let an owner know when there are visitors at the door or when strangers are about, but they are not the best watchdogs because of their very social natures.
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