Things to know before getting a French Bulldog

Expensive Dog Breed

A lot of people want French bulldogs as pets. The fact that they have short, squishy faces and small snouts makes them look different and more appealing.

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Don t Need a Lot of Outdoor Exercise

Remember that French bulldogs require little outside exercise. Thus, this breed is suitable for apartment dwellers without access to dog parks or play places.

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Should be Neutered

Unneutered French bulldogs may be nippy as adults. As adults, French bulldogs are fierce and territorial like bulldogs. Neutering between 4 and 9 months may reduce their aggression and territoriality.

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Friendly with Other Pets

French bulldogs are loving and nice with other pets, yet each dog is different. Though not "Dogs' dogs," they are nice with other dogs once they get to know them. After socializing with other dogs, they like playing.

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Get Separation Anxiety

As noted, French bulldogs are loving. They are dubbed "velcro dogs" because they always want to be with their owners. French bulldog pups need to follow their owners and beg for attention.

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Puppy Care is A Lot of Hard Work

You must also keep your French bulldog cool at all times. Frenchies can't always breathe sufficiently to cool down because to their short noses and petite bodies.

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Spine Disorders

French bulldogs often have back issues. This breed was created for a short spine and curled tail. Due to breeding, French bulldogs may have congenital disorders that cause spine abnormalities.

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