About French Bulldogs
Welcome to Northenbullyes French bulldogs , we breed quality health tested French bulldogs . We breed as close to the breed standard as possible. We do not breed for a trend . Our dogs are from champion parents / champion lines breed correctly.We breed red and cream French bulldogs from exquisite lines . Please note due to the popularity of this breed in order to produce certain patterns like Merle other breeds have been mixed and are being passed as pure breed . Merle is not a pattern found in French bulldogs do not get scammed!!! Those are mix breeds !!No responsible breeder would ever mix breeds . We do not breed blues , they are prone to alopecia so please do not contact us for blues !! Do your research !! With little bark but lots of charm, French Bulldogs, also fondly known as “Frenchies”, are one of the world’s most popular dog breeds.
They easily fit in with families of all kinds and other animals. Lively and loving, you will be hard-pressed to find a more agreeable breed of dog
The average French Bulldog will reach a full life stretching between 10 to 12 years. Some have even reached 16 years with great care! It’s important to fully understand the importance surrounding selecting a good breeder, providing the right environment for your Frenchie, and even learning the common dangers present to such a breed
The key to a healthy Frenchie is a happy Frenchie! This includes you making sure you have ample space for the dog to play and sleep, provide them with a number of toys and attention, and take both grooming and regular vet visits seriously. It’s incredibly important to always make sure your Frenchie is up to date on vaccinations and has routine exams to help identify any health concerns before they become dangerous.
In discussing the history of the French Bulldog, we should note the importance of three countries: England, France and America. England provided the foundation for our modern Frenchie: the old bulldog. Breeders in France developed the smaller bulldogs into a distinctly “French” type and American breeders set the standard that prescribed the all-important “bat ears.”
We begin with the bulldog in England, where so many of our AKC breeds originated. The ancestral type was not our modern bulldog but the bulldog of 150-200 years ago: a strong, athletic dog, high on leg, and capable of being used in that barbarous activity called “bull-baiting.”
Frenchies are affectionate, friendly dogs that were bred to be companions, they get along well with other dogs and aren’t big barkers. French bulldogs don’t require much exercise .As a result of their squat frame and bulbous head, French bulldogs can’t swim, so pool owners should keep a watchful eye on their pups. Keep in mind that if you plan a beach vacation, your furry friend might feel a little left out.
If you are not a fan of cutting hair, then you have made the right selection of choosing a French Bulldog. This smooth, short haired bundle of joy requires minimal grooming. However, weekly brushing is recommended. It is important to wash their face and pay particular attention to the wrinkles at least weekly if not twice a week.
Frenchies are quirky little dogs that are full of personality. If children treat them well, they enjoy romping around with kids. They love company and need to be an integral part of a family.