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The Bulldog was extremely
popular in England during the 19th century, particularly around the
area of Nottingham. Most of these dogs were very small, weighing in at
less than 25 to 30 pounds. They made their way to France when a large
number of lace workers headed to the area for work and brought their
small toy Bulldogs with them.
Personality: The French Bulldog is a fun-loving, clownish lapdog that enjoys playtime and being the center of attention. They love to cuddle and curl up next to you. These dogs are extraordinarily sweet, willing to please, and make great companions for anybody. They are slightly stubborn when it comes to training but once conditioned through obedience lessons, French Bulldogs can make great trainees.
Taking Care Of Your French
Bulldog: French Bulldogs are quite small and like most toy-sized dogs,
physical exercise can be met through a nice walk on the leash or a romp
through the house. These dogs do not do well in hot weather but can
take the cold if necessary. This is one breed that should be living
indoors at all times. Also keep in mind that these dogs tend to wheeze,
snore, and drool. Grooming care is minimal, with the occasional
brushing once weekly. However the facial wrinkles should be cleaned on
a daily basis.
Practice with this free online basics dog training lesson