With Summer here in full swing, we all would love to spend some time in the pool with our Frenchies! But wait! Frenchies are infamous for their overheating and inability to swim, so is it smart to play with them outside during the summer heat? Well... yes and no. All dogs need exercise, but Frenchie owners need to take extra precaution when playing with their dogs during summer. For more information on how to take care of your Frenchie during the heat, check out this blog; ht
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Miniature French Bulldogs are not huge on long walks. Especially in Texas with the summer upon us. Retractable water bowls and cool water is a must. Miniature French Bulldogs have a harder time than other breeds regulating their temperature than we do, and it’s easy for them to overheat. And since Miniature French Bulldogs have short snouts and sweat through panting they can easily become dehydrated during exercise, especially in warm weather.
While common Frenchies have a solid color coat, a merle French Bulldog’s coat has a base color with patches of irregular or regular stripes and spots that can be several different colors. These special patterns are what make the merle Frenchie easily identifiable and highly sought after. French Bulldogs are bred with dogs that have the merle gene to create a merle French Bulldog. After this, two merle French Bulldogs can be bred to create more only to a non-merle dog. This is
French Bulldog Cherry Eye Issues and how to deal with them: French Bulldog eye problems are one of the most common issues that can occur in this breed. These pooches are widely recognizable for their protruding and big eyes that become susceptible to different irritations, infections, and allergies. Cherry eye in French Bulldogs This type of condition occurs when the third eyelid prolapses. It looks like a red and swollen ball in the corner of the eye. We also call the third
Chewed shoes, nibbled baseboards, and gnawed furniture are all common nuisances during your Frenchie’s early months. After all, teething puppies need to chew to help relieve the discomfort of erupting teeth. But they grow out of that, right? Nope! Adult French Bulldogs love to chew, and if they don’t learn appropriate chewing behavior, you can expect many more years of household destruction. If you’ve ever wondered why your Frenchie is chewing everything they can get into the
HOW OFTEN SHOULD I WASH MY FRENCHIE “Frenchie bath time!” you say, just as your pup darts away at full-speed. Not all frenchies enjoy bath time, and not all humans enjoy giving their frenchie a bath. After all, the process can get rather wet and messy. As fellow frenchie owners, we get it… but as tedious as this chore may be, it’s still necessary. So, just how often is often enough for a frenchie bath? And, is there such thing as giving too many frenchie baths? WASH YOUR FREN