[VIDEO] Fun French Bulldog Moments

video of French Bulldog puppies
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This is a compilation of sweet French Bulldog puppies.   Some of the scenes just melt your heart.  Most definitely, you’ll say “aaawwwww…”   It’s easy to see why people love these adorable dogs.  They are loving, affectionate.   In fact, according to Vetstreet, the French Bulldog’s motto is “love the one you are with.”   They are perfect for city living because they are small.   They weigh no more than 28 pounds (at least they should not. 🙂 )  They don’t need a great deal of exercise like some active dogs do.   And for a small dog, they don’t bark much.  So you would stay in good terms with your neighbors.

Characteristics of a French Bulldog

For centuries, the French Bulldog has been bred as a companion dog, so he is very fond of being around people.   In fact, he is quite attached to his family.   This is not a dog to leave home alone for hours and hours.

Dog Bowl designed to slow down fast eaters
Dog Bowl designed to slow down fast eaters

The family most suitable for this dog is to have at least one family member who is at home much of the time.   If your office allows pets, you can take him to work with you.  You would become the most popular person in the office because the Frenchie is a most charming and social person.   He loves people, and people love him!   Another fact to know about your Frenchie is that he snores.  No one would expect the kind of noise that comes from that little body.  If you are a light sleeper, take this into consideration.  It’s no fun to fall in love with a Frenchie and find out you are sleep-deprived because of your Frenchie.  This is not a dog to leave outdoor because his body cannot tolerate heat.  This breed can get heat stroke.  If you live in hot climate, keep him in air-conditioned rooms.  And do not let him near the pool if you have one because he cannot swim.  He can drown.   If you have a Frenchie who absolutely loves to get in the water, then get a life jacket with a handle so you can pull him up at any time.

Article source:  Vetstreet

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