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Best French Bulldog Breeder: Know More About French Bulldogs French bulldogs are small breed of domestic dogs, also called a “Frenchies”, which are believed to be a crossbreed of bulldog ancestors from England and Paris, France. In 2014, French bulldogs have been recognized as the ninth most popular registered dog in the United States and fourth in the United Kingdom. History reveals that modern French bulldogs were bred directly from the dogs of an ancient Greek tribe, the Molossians. French bulldogs are excellent companions because it rarely barks, patient and affectionate to its owners, especially with children. The appearance of a French bulldog is active, muscular, heavy-boned, smooth coat, compactly built, and of small or medium structure. The acceptable colors of standard bred French bulldogs are brindle, tan, fawn or white with brindle patches or pied colors, and the most common ones are brindle, fawn, and pieces. Breed clubs don’t recognize other patterns or colors, because some colors are associated with genetic health problems such as blue coloration, indicative of alopecia, hair loss or baldness. The skin of French bulldogs should be soft and loose, especially on the head and shoulders, which form wrinkles, with moderately fine, short, brilliant and smooth coat. French bulldogs have a square shaped and large head, a flat and slightly rounded top skull portion, and with a well-defined stop causing a groove or hollow between the eyes. The cheek muscles are well developed and with a deep, broad and well laid back muzzle. French bulldogs should have black nose and flews, except for lighter-colored ones, and their nose are extremely short, with a well-defined line between their broad nostrils. Their neck must be thick and well arched, with loose skin in the throat area. Their forelegs must be stout, short, muscular and straight that are set wide apart, with a short and well-rounded body. When it comes to their back, it must be roach back, with a slight fall close behind their shoulders. Like any other breeds of companion dogs, French bulldogs require close contact with humans. French bulldogs are sometimes called as “frog dogs” because of how they uniquely sit with hind legs spread out, and also as “clown dogs” because they are loving and fun to be with. Because of their compromised breathing system and bulk, French bulldogs have difficulty regulating their body temperature, and they become cold very easily, that’s why they would need extra covering most especially during winter. French bulldogs should have warm clothing when they’re out in a cold weather. French bulldogs are also at risks for heat stroke, that’s why extra precautions should be taken when they are exercising in humid or hot weather.Finding Similarities Between Pets and Life

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