French Bulldog FAQs

Our French Bulldogs are bred to High Quality Bloodlines. Our commitment is to breed for good health, gentle temperament and conformation to the Breed Standard.

Claire Wins:

Claire wins at Ontario Breeders!

February 20, 2011

French Bulldog wins at Ontario Breeders  Kelben Claire de Lune wins her class  at Ontario Breeders Show.

Claire Wins!

Claire wins at Markham

February 18, 2011

French Bulldog wins  Kelben Claire de Lune wins Best of Winners and Best of Opposite at Markham show.

Bruno Wins!

Bruno wins CKC Championship

 

French Bulldog wins Championship  Bruno wins Best of Breed and Best Puppy in Show and finishes his Canadian Championship.

Gracie Wins!

Grace wins at Brantford

 

French Bulldog wins at Brantford  Gracie wins at Brantford Show.

Claire  Wins!

Claire  wins at Orangeville

 

French Bulldog wins  Claire wins Best of Winners and Best of Opposite at Orangeville.

   

Frequently Asked Questions

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  1. What is the origin of the French Bulldog breed?
  2. How much do French Bulldogs weigh?
  3. What type of temperament do French Bullldogs have?
  4. Do French Bulldogs like the water? Being outside? Vigorous exercise?
  5. Should French Bulldogs be kept tied up outside or in a doghouse? How much grooming do they need?
  6. Are French Bulldogs hard to train?
  7. Where can I find more sources to research the French Bulldog breed?
  8. Is a French Bulldog the right pet for you?
  9. What is included in our Puppy Package??

What is the origin of the French Bulldog breed?

In the mid-1800’s English lace workers took smaller bulldogs with them to France, especially the bat eared puppies. They were bred to be lap dogs and companions of the Parisian street walkers. They became a favourite of Royalty and by the turn of the century were one of the most popular international breeds.

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How much do French Bulldogs weigh?

Adult French Bulldogs typically weigh between 16 to 28 pounds – females range 16 to 24, males 20 to 28. They should not be allowed to become overweight—they do like to eat. They have been known to become flatulent - they are bulldogs - so healthy diet is important.

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What type of temperament do French Bulldogs have?

French Bulldogs were bred to be companions. They are fun loving and entertaining clowns. They love to be with people and, due to their compact size, don’t take up too much room. French Bulldogs should be socialized to other people and dogs from a young age then they will not overreact to unknown situations. They are typically good around children.

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Do French Bulldogs like the water? Being outside? Vigorous exercise?

French Bulldogs require little exercise but they can be very playful. They like being outdoors with people, playing games or going for a walk. They will play in shallow water but should NEVER be taken into water over their head — they cannot swim! Vigourous exercise during warm weather can cause them to become too hot

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Should French Bulldogs be kept tied up outside or in a doghouse? How much grooming do they need?

French Bulldogs should not be kept in a pen for long periods — they are people dogs. They do not require much grooming—they do shed a little in the spring but their coats are easy to care for. They can have allergies so be careful with artificial additives and preservatives.

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Are French Bulldogs hard to train?

A French Bulldog’s main job is to love and be loved. You wouldn’t want to ask them to run a marathon with you. French Bulldogs are intelligent little dogs but can be hard headed and stubborn — typical bulldogs. Consistency is important. They love to play games so make the training fun. Puppies should have frequent potty breaks - the adults like routine.

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