A cousin of the original English Bulldog, the French Bulldog or the Frenchie as they are also known, is a small breed of muscular dogs originally used for bull baiting in England. The transformation from a sporting breed to a companion dog happened when the Bulldogs and local ratters were cross-bred by workers who moved from England to France after the Industrial Revolution. With rich American tourists flocking to Europe for exotic holidays, the French Bulldog made its entry into the United States. The French Bull Dog Club of America founded in 1897 is the oldest of its kind exclusively dedicated to this breed. Log on to www.frenchbulldogclub.org to learn more about the history of the club, the types of membership they offer, and the standard health, and breeding of the French Bulldog. Also, www.marketplace.akc.org has on Frenchies on sale, and the Breed Club Rescue website www.frenchbulldogrescue.org has French Bulldog puppies as well as adult dogs, both male and female, up for adoption. These dogs are registered with the American Kennel Club.
Here is a short description and some characteristics of French Bulldog puppies:
French Bulldog puppies are little wonders that can enamor you in no time. Be sure you are completely ready before welcoming these puppies into your home and heart.