The French Bulldog is a small, stocky dog with a wrinkled face and bat ears. They are known for their friendly and playful personality.
The French Bulldog originated in France in the 19th century. They were originally bred as companion dogs for lacemakers.
French Bulldogs are known for being friendly, playful, and affectionate dogs. They are also very loyal and make great family pets.
French Bulldogs have a short, smooth coat that is typically white, brindle, or fawn. They have a wrinkled face and bat ears.
French Bulldogs are a small breed, typically weighing between 18 and 28 pounds. They stand 11 to 13 inches tall at the shoulder.
French Bulldogs are relatively low-maintenance dogs. They require regular brushing and bathing. They also need to be taken for regular walks.
French Bulldogs are prone to certain health conditions, such as brachycephalic airway syndrome, cherry eye, and luxating patella.
French Bulldogs typically live for 10 to 12 years.