A basic introduction to the French Bulldog.
The French Bulldog is a lively, intelligent, and muscular dog with heavy bones, smooth coat, compact structure, and medium or small size. The expression appears alert, curious, and interested. The French bulldog is kind, honest, loyal, persistent, brave, has a unique taste, and is completely expressed in expressions and movements. Kind to children, but also an excellent toy dog with strong style, strong ability and strong curiosity for new things.
French Bulldog, origin in France. The ancestor is the English bulldog, especially the erect-eared toy bulldog. Around 1860, many toy bulldogs flowed into France from England and crossed with other local breeds and eventually became this small French bulldog with flat head, rose ears or bat ears.
There are many theories about its origin, one of the most powerful is that in 1860, many bulldogs were sent to France as appreciative dogs in Britain, and they were bred with pugs and terriers to give birth to such dogs. At that time this kind of dog was very popular among ladies. In 1990, two types of bat ears and rose ears were born, with bat ears as the standard type.
A small bulldog appeared in Paris in 1868, this is the earliest French bulldog. When the Paris castle was surrounded by Prussians in 1871, the dog was already very popular in France. The French Bulldog was exhibited for the first time in 1889, and soon attracted people’s attention and love. Edward VII loved this breed very much.
Mainly distributed in France, Europe and the United States. Later it was called European and American.
French Bulldog has a very unique appearance, with unparalleled noble temperament, brave and fearless in battle, preferring to die than surrendering, and often confronting opponents with imposing head-on duels, so it is loved by arrogant people. Quiet, seldom barking, very suitable for apartment feeding in the city. It is suitable for companionship with children, suitable for urban breeding, does not need to be groomed frequently, and is easy to get along with other dogs. It is also an excellent gatekeeper. French bulldogs are native to France, and their ancestors are English bulldogs, especially vertical-eared toy bulldogs. The French Bulldog is a small guard dog and is one of the strongest and agile breeds of bulldogs. The dog was once one of the strongest breeds of bulldogs. It was prominent in bullfighting. Later, after the French law prohibited bullfighting activities, it became a companion dog and was especially loved by ladies.
French bulldogs are smart, agile and cheerful, kind and faithful, but they don’t bark often and are quiet.
Pros and Cons
French bulldogs are smart, agile and cheerful, kind, faithful, but not often barking and quiet. Very suitable for raising in urban apartments. It is suitable for companionship with children, does not need to comb the coat frequently, and is easy to get along with other dogs. It is also an excellent guard dog.