The French bulldog is a very sociable, alert, cheerful and playful breed and being a small, comical and affable dog, it also excels as a companion dog that only seeks affection. The Frenchie is characterized by being friendly, and an excellent companion and protector of children. It is compatible with other pets, adorable and friendly.
They are very sweet, affectionate and patient dogs
It is rare when this breed barks and they only do it when they consider it necessary. They want to get attention, if they need something or are upset. It will also bark when it feels any strange noise, as it is very protective of its family, being alert to dangers and becoming an excellent guardian. It is a very intelligent dog, but stubborn because of its status as a bulldog, which is why it is necessary to educate them in a long and thorough way.
They are very calm and like to sleep a lot. It is a great companion animal, very playful and protective of its family. The Frenchie is a family dog. He loves to be at home in the company of his own. French bulldog’s characteristics are similar to another molosser breed type, Pug.
French bulldog Health
Because the Frenchie Dog has a flat muzzle and some tend to be overweight, this can increase respiratory and joint problems. Overweight dogs can experience respiratory distress, heart complications, and spinal problems. Some French bulldogs often have food allergies, so they need special diets tailored for them. They are dogs that tend to make a lot of noise while they sleep. These snoring are characteristic of the breed. But if the sound is exaggerated or it is clearly seen that the animal has trouble breathing, it is a defect that can lead to serious health problems. It is necessary that you consult with your trusted veterinarian.
Diseases of a French bulldog
The French bulldog is predisposed to developing various types of cancer and congenital malformations. The most common diseases that the French bulldog can present are – gastric torsion, Cushing’s syndrome, leishmaniasis, Leptospirosis and brachycephalic syndrome. If you take good care of it and adapt well to indoor life, you won’t need a lot of exercise to stay healthy and live long.
Visit the Vet in every 3 months. If you see any certain changes in his behavior, do not waste time and consult with a Vet. Remember, your dog can only say something with gestures. If you ignore it, it will cause you his life.