French Bulldogs For Sale Australia
French Bulldogs For Sale Australia welcomes you again. If you are looking for the perfect puppy then you can just stop looking because I am the one for you. I’m lovable, fun, and healthy too! I have been vet checked from head to tail and I’m up to date on my puppy vaccinations, so I will be ready for all types of adventures with you! If you want a puppy who will be by your side for years to come, pick up the phone and call about me now
Pied Black/White French Bulldogs For Sale in Australia
French Bulldogs make excellent watchdogs and will alert their people to approaching strangers, but it’s not their style to bark without cause. They can be protective of their home and family and some will try to defend both with their life. French Bulldogs do not need a lot of room and do very well in apartments or small dwellings. A couple of 15-minute walks per day should keep them from becoming overweight. Keep the Frenchie in cool, comfortable surroundings. He’s susceptible to heat exhaustion and needs an air-conditioned environment. This is not a dog who can stay outside on a hot day. French Bulldogs are wonderful companion dogs with a gentle nature. If you work at home, the Frenchie is happy to lie at your feet all day or follow you from room to room. People who love them describe them as mischievous goof balls and can’t imagine life without them. They are a constant presence, and they’ll love you with all the strength in their small bodies, proving time and again that beauty is on the inside.
History of French Bulldogs
French Bulldogs For Sale Australia originated in England and was created to be a toy-size version of the Bulldog. The breed was quite popular among lace workers in the city of Nottingham and when many lace workers emigrated to France for better opportunities, they naturally brought their little bulldogs with them. The French Bulldog thrived in France and Europe, and his charm was soon discovered by Americans as well. The United States saw its first French Bulldog at the Westminster Kennel Club show in 1896. The breed was quickly nicknamed “Frenchie,” and it is still an affectionate name that is used today.