Are French Bulldog Puppies Dangerous?
FRENCH BULLDOG PUPPIES
Children love French Bulldog puppies. But small dogs grow into big dogs and they reach this state faster than children do. Therefore, a dog can become larger than a child and this can result in problems. As French Bulldogs are small in stature you won’t have this problem. They remain small even as adults.
If you have a male and a female French Bulldog, they probably won’t reproduce because their structure makes it very difficult for them to do so. It is for this reason that the majority of French Bulldogs are artificially inseminated and to make matters worse, they normally have to be delivered by a veterinary surgeon by caesarean-section.
So if you want a baby French bulldog, remember that the pedigree French Bulldog puppy is generally made to order, at a price. It seems that the baby blue French Bulldog is much in demand at present. It is for this reason that baby blue French Bulldog puppies will be placed in many adverts online and offline. You will, of course, also find a French Bulldog puppy in various colours available from the same sources.
A French Bulldog’s litter is not normally larger than 3 or 4 puppies. Now, because many dog breeders find it difficult to breed French Bulldogs they are expensive and not very plentiful. So it is unlikely that French Bulldog owners will be inundated with the puppies from these playful dogs in their homes if they have a French Bulldog adult male and female pair.
One of the problems with a smaller house, that has a lot of people living in it is, the house can become quite warm. If you live in a constantly warm climate, this will probably result in health problems for your French Bulldog.
They are more suited to cooler climates and need to be kept as cool as possible all the time. If they remain too long in warm conditions, your French Bulldog could develop heatstroke, respiratory problems and skin diseases.
Apart from all this, raising a French Bulldog is fairly easy. Even your children could do it!
To maintain your French Bulldog’s health and good looks you should make sure they are always clean and well brushed. A French Bulldog’s coat is short and shiny, as well as thin, and they don’t shed a lot of hair. Brushing them regularly will help to keep their coats glossy and clean and will prevent the fur from being tangled.
As with all dogs, you should brush their teeth at least twice a week, using special toothpaste and toothbrush for dogs, also check and clip their toenails and take them to the vet regularly for an examination.
As was said in the beginning, French Bulldogs don’t grow very big. Their full height is usually about 12 inches and they are not very heavy. They shouldn’t weigh more than 19 to 22 pounds for the small dog and 23 to 28 pounds for the larger.
And there you have it. A French Bulldog is the perfect family dog. He will be your friend, companion, watchdog and an all-round member of your family.
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