Ivy (formerly Bella)
From the moment we picked our Ivy up at the airport, she has been a bundle of joy, and has continued to grow into a happy, healthy and well-adjusted puppy! We were a little worried about buying a puppy online, but after reading all the recommendations, and falling in love with her picture & video, we decided to try. We called late on a Saturday night, fully expecting to get an answering machine. Instead, Matt picked the phone up, while dining out, worked out all the details, and we had our little gal the very next day! We highly recommend affordablepup.com. They were easy to work with, and their customer service is outstanding. Ivy is a wonderful little gal who is loves and is loved in return by everyone she meets. Thank you so much!
French Bulldog Puppies History
The French Bulldog appeared in the 18th century in England, is a smaller version of the English Bulldog. The purpose of creation was getting a French bulldog puppy with the features and the appearance of a miniature English Bulldog that is very active and playful. Thus, to get a small dog, in general the English Bulldog was matted with the Terriers. During the Industrial Revolution the French bulldog puppies have arrived in France.
French Bulldog puppy's physical characteristics
The French Bulldog puppy, as AKC standards, must weigh at maturity between 8 and 13 pounds and to have a height of about 12 inches. The dog’s hair is short and smooth and can have different colours from black, brown, beige, tan, brindle spots and many other options. The French bulldog has a well - defined body, which is compact and muscular, strong and with heavy bones, being wider in the shoulders and narrower in the sin back, chest wide, deep and full, muscular legs, the front shorter than the back, big, square head, thick neck and well arched, broad and deep muzzle, short nose with nostrils broad, thick lips and black eyes removed, large, round and black, big ears, rounded and perfectly elevated.
French Bulldog puppy temperament
Although his appearance may say otherwise, the French Bulldog is a very loving and affectionate dog who loves his master, who always want to sit around the family. It is a very active and playful dog who loves to do different tricks to entertain the others, mainly because he always likes to be the centre of attention. The French Bulldog puppy is very sociable with strangers and with both children and other pets. They are easily trained and educated but it is required to both of them. In the absence of training, the little puppy can easily become stubborn and aggressive. For the training to be successful, you as master need to be patient, be calm but firm and consistent. For a guaranteed success, it is recommended that the training sessions to be brief and to be accompanied by praise and rewards. He likes walks but does not require much exercise, being a dog that easily adapts to any environment, ideal for apartment especially since they are sensitive to extreme temperatures.
About food and the French Bulldog puppy’s care
The French bulldog’s food must be chosen carefully because inadequate nutrition could result in itching and skin allergies. It is also best to avoid feeding mostly based on meat. The French bulldog shows a tendency to gain weight which can greatly aggravate its movement and favours the occurrence of many diseases. Therefore we need to get the food to a balanced intake of nutrients to be special to the every stage of the puppy’s life. Also, it must form a feeding schedule with equal rations and some weight. Dry food is most appropriate for the French Bulldog.
The French Bulldog puppy is easy to maintain, he needs only occasionally brushing to keep the hair healthy, regular nails cutting, ear cleaning and maintaining clean facial wrinkles.
About the French Bulldog puppy health
Being a brachycephalic breed, the French Bulldog puppy can have respiratory problems. It may be stressed by high temperatures and body weight, so attention must be paid to nutrition. Could result in inadequate food and allergies. It is prone to hip dysplasia and the disease is generally inherited from his parents. The Von Willebrand disease is a blood clotting disorder that is manifested by nosebleeds, bleeding gums, prolonged bleeding after surgery. You should know that the French Bulldogs are sensitive to anaesthesia, which can cause them side effects. Therefore, it is recommended that in cases of surgery, the veterinary to use an anaesthetic gas.
To prevent the occurrence of health problems that are hereditary is better to buy the puppy from authorized breeders who only cross perfectly healthy specimens that meet the standards. The French Bulldog puppy is an excellent companion that you can buy from the licensed breeder, Affordable Pup, who sells purebred French Bulldog puppies in Ohio and nearby cities, such as: Columbus, Cincinnati, Dayton, Toledo, Cleveland, Akron, Canton, Youngstown. The French Bulldog puppies raised by Affordable Pup, receive special attention and care.