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French Bulldog - Being fond of the smaller, stockier...”

Written on: 13/10/2004 by minibull (1 review written)

Good Points
Loyal, happy to exercise around house but can take much more if desired

Bad Points
Stubborn, not particularly trainable, high price

General Comments
French Bulldog - Being fond of the smaller, stockier breeds, the French Bulldog fell near the top end of the list when selecting a dog. Although very short-faced they have a lot more energy than their English cousin due to being much lighter and more agile. He has been a very amusing companion and also seems attached to his home and family. He can be very food possessive where our other dog is concerned but they generally get on very well. He is a handy enough size to be slung under the arm but strong enough to handle most situations (imagine a very heavily built Jack Russell or very small Staff). Food requirements are not massive but he eats a lot for his size. He is also quite happy to exercise himself indoors but will take any amount of exercise if required.

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