Lilac, tan and carrying cream
Brilliant bone structure
Perfect head for a Frenchie
No breathing problems
Photos don’t do justice, needs to be seen to be appreciated
True example of a French Bulldog Breed
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The French bulldog is becoming one of the top favourite breeds in the UK. Are you considering getting a Frenchie as a family pet? It is best to learn about the breed's lifespan and how to help your Frenchie to live a happy long life beforehand. So how long do French bulldogs live?
There are many similarities between these two breeds—the Boston terrier and French bulldog. Unsurprisingly, one is often mistaken for the other. These two little pooches not only have similar striking physical features but they are closely related in genetics and history.
The French Bulldog, also referred to as the ‘Frenchie’, can be perfect canine companions. They have the innate ability to make people laugh; hence, they are also often called clown dogs. The French Bulldogs have taken the Labrador Retriever’s spot as the UK’s most popular dog breed.