French Bulldog Puppies for Sale in Pembroke Pines

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Pembroke Pines French Bulldog

They’re cute, they’re tiny, and they’re mighty — they’re the French Bulldog. French Bulldogs are fun-loving, affectionate, cuddly little guys and girls who want nothing more than to keep you and the family company, or nap the day away!

Want to see any of our French bulldog puppies for sale in Pembroke Pines, or in our other locations? Pass by or schedule an appointment for some playtime with our pups!

Frequently Asked Questions About French Bulldog Puppies

French Bulldog puppies for sale Pembroke Pines

Here are some answers to commonly asked questions about French bulldog puppies along with other interesting facts on Frenchies in general. 

What is a French Bulldog's character like?

French Bulldog puppies and adult Frenchies are generally easy-to-handle, train with a little work (they are stubborn by nature, part of what makes them so cute - their strong will!) and get along well with other pets and people. Frenchies can be mischievous as pups, as well as have a great sense of humor (you’ll see), but also very loving, making them one of the greatest companions and family dogs in the world.

Are there any major differences between male and female French Bulldog Puppies?

You may find, on average, male French Bulldog puppies could be more energetic and female puppies more relaxed. Male Frenchies are slightly larger than female Frenchies, but not by much. Please note, there are always exceptions to these rules.

Where do we source our French Bulldog puppies for sale in Pembroke Pines?

Forever Love Puppies works with both licensed commercial breeders and local hobby breeders to source our puppies. For more information on our breeders, see here.

 

Do French Bulldogs shed a lot?

French Bulldogs do not shed very much, but do experience a heavy shed during the spring and summer months when things start to warm up and their winter coat is no longer needed.

Your best bet is to brush your French Bulldog puppies coat to naturally remove loose fur that would otherwise end up on the floor (or couches or chairs!). 

 

How is the French Bulldog's Health?

Like all flat-faced breeds, French Bulldogs can have breathing issues and are more sensitive to anesthesia. French bulldog puppies and adult dogs can have eye issues such as entropion and cherry eye, and skin issues due to allergies. Important to find a vet familiar with the breed.

French Bulldogs live on average between 10 and 12 years. This is comparable with the median lifespan of most purebred dogs (10 to 13 years), and most breeds similar in size.

What health guarantees come with our French Bulldog puppies?

All French Bulldog puppies in our Pembroke Pines and other locations come with a 14 Day Infectious Disease and Parasites Warranty and 1 Year Hereditary and Genetic Warranty. 

 

Are Frenchies sensitive to criticism?

If you scold your French bulldog puppy for doing something they’re not supposed to, they may take it very seriously and mope around the house. It can take them a few minutes to bounce back to their normal jovial selves. Positive reinforcement and encouragement work very well for Frenchies.

 

Do French Bulldogs make good apartment dogs?

French Bulldogs make some of the best apartment dogs. They rarely bark, and have minimal space and energy requirements, making the French Bulldog a perfect choice if living in an apartment. 

If looking for French Bulldog puppies in Pembroke Pines, pass by Forever Love Puppies!


French Bulldog Breed Info

French Bulldog Puppy Information

Often described as "a clown in the cloak of a philosopher," the French Bulldog originated as, and continues to be used as a companion dog. The breed is small and muscular with heavy bone structure, a smooth coat, a short face and trademark "bat" ears. Prized for their affectionate natures and even dispositions, French Bulldogs are generally active and alert, but not unduly boisterous. Frenchies can be brindle, fawn, white, and brindle and white. We love these guys so much, we even did a whole blog dedicated to the beautiful breed.

History

Lacemakers in 19th Century Nottingham, England selectively bred the early bulldog for a downsized or "toy" bulldog, for use as a lap pet. When the Industrial Revolution displaced some lacemakers to France, they took the dogs with them, and soon the "toy" bulldogs became popular in France, where wealthy Americans doing the Grand Tour saw and fell in love with them. In the late 1800s these "toy bulldogs" became known as French Bulldogs.

French Bulldogs are indoor dogs, but require air conditioning in warm weather. While good at alerting their owners to danger (Look! The UPS Guy is coming!), their main role is that of lap warmer. French Bulldog puppies require minimal exercise and grooming.

Non-Sporting Group; AKC recognized in 1898.
Must weigh 28 pounds or less.
Companion.

Environment
Apartment is fine.
Moderate activity indoors.
Thrives in moderate climates.

Exercise
Light daily exercise.

Grooming
Easy care.
Light brushing.
Average shedding.