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Thursday, February 4, 2010

French Bulldog Puppies- Best Companion Pet To Play Around

The smaller version of English bulldog is French bulldog which was first found in England. Many people admired this breed and thus named it has French bulldog. French bulldog puppies are popularly known as ‘toy’ dog’s cause of their comical looks. Pet lover’s term this breed as frenchie’s.Characteristics of this breed - they are compact, strong muscular dog with a square face. Frenchies have large bat like ears that stand erect, wide dark eyes undershot jaw and short deep mussels. And the most unique pattern is a central band of white fur that extends from the nose, between the eyes and over the head. The coat of frenchie does appear in different color including white, fawn and brindle or brindle mixed with white. Frenchies are one of only a few breeds that have the loins (back legs) longer than the withers (front legs). This allows them to launch itself into a run that is faster. And their tail being short but it should not be the docked one. The life expectancy of a frenchie is 10-12 years. And it depends on your Frenchies diet, the quality of life and the care your Frenchie has received.
Denise Richards and her dog French Bulldog

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French Bulldog Puppies- Best Companion Pet To Play Around
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Frenchie’s have strong personality and they are more intelligence. They easily go along with other companion pets. They love to be in the center of everyone’s attention. They are the best watch dogs. Frenchie’s expect lot of care and love from his owner. They will be the happiest pet when being close to human family. Since they are more intelligent and posse’s good sense of understanding things quickly they can be trained easily.These breed like indoor environment and a minimal exercises are required for them. Since they are being as an excellent house pets they are friendly and curious and are compatible with children and other breeds too.

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