French Bulldog Breed
 

French Bulldogs

While there has been a difference of opinion as to the origin of the French Bulldog, it seems pretty well established that one ancestor must have been the English Bulldog- probably one of the toy variety, of which there was a great number in England around 1860. These toy Bulldogs, not finding favor with the English, were sent in large numbers to France. There they were crossed with various breeds, and finally became popular in fashionable circles, particularly with women.

This dog has a couple of features he is known for. One, his bat shaped ears, second, the shape of his skull, which is flat between his ears, the other , his determination. Sleek yet muscular, the Frenchie is both active and attractive. He is very intelligent, and serves as a excellent watchdog.

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Weight- A light weight class under 22 pounds; heavyweight class, 22 pounds, and not over 28 pounds.

Colors include brindle, fawn (with or without white markings), piebald, and white.

Training Information

French Bulldog Club of America (M)

Corres. Secretary, Gail Pehlke, 20756 S. River Road, Shorewood, IL 60431 REGAILS@aol.com

Breeder Contact, Mr. Harry Dunn, Jr., 3638 Mayfair Dr., Tuscaloosa, AL 35404-5408, (205) 553-3817  

 


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