Blue french bulldog
Despite what its name may imply, blue french bulldog was developed in England. These dogs are descendents of English Bulldogs, who were, unfortunately, used for violent “sports” such as bull-baiting. When activities like this were outlawed in England in 1835, the English Bulldog was bred down in size, resulting in the Toy Bulldog. During the Industrial Revolution, these Toy Bulldogs were brought to France by English lace workers, and the French immediately took a liking to the little dog. So, they began to import more and more of the breed. Over time, the Toy Bulldog became a breed of its own, and was eventually named the French Bulldog. By the end of the 19th century, the Frenchie’s popularity had spread from Europe to the United States, and the breed remains quite popular today. Blue french bulldog.
This gorgeous French bulldog puppy will definitely brighten up your days! She is playful, super friendly and very social and has an outgoing personality. This puppy is raised with children and will certainly not disappoint! She is AKC registered and she is vet checked, vaccinated, wormed and comes with a 1 year genetic health guarantee. Don’t let this cuddle bug pass you by! She is just waiting for you to make the call!
If you’re looking for French Bulldog puppies to adopt, you should understand their temperament. These puppies are gentle, loving and affectionate. They are a good family dog and do well with children. The breed is also intelligent, docile and relatively easy to train.
While puppies may be very energetic, adult Frenchies are relatively calm and have moderate exercise needs. That makes them an excellent choice for apartments and for owners who are unable to provide vigorous exercise.
The dog bonds with owners and can get depressed if left alone for long periods. Bored or lonely pups can also chew or become destructive.
10 Weeks old ✅
Standard French Bulldog✅
Health guarantee ✅
Current on all shots ✅
All paper work available ✅
Kids Friendly ✅
Other Pets Friendly✅
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