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Blue French Bulldog

Fun Facts About Your Blue, Tan, Or Lilac French Bulldog

Thinking about purchasing a blue, tan, or lilac French bulldog? These pint size dogs are full of personality, and will be happy to be by your side for years to come. Whether you're thinking about a lilac, blue, or tan French bulldog, your companion will delight you with their antics and goofy personality. Check out these fun facts about the blue, tan, and lilac French bulldog.

French bulldogs didn't originate in France. Whether you choose a lilac, tan, or blue French bulldog, your pup has ancestors from England. The bloodlines of bulldogs hundreds of years ago are murky, but most signs point to French bulldogs originating in England. Most dog experts believe that the French bulldog was originally created by breeding an English bulldog with a terrier. It's believed that lace makers in England were drawn to these pint size cuties because they were able to use them as lap warmers while they were working. Eventually, lace making transitioned to France, and as lace makers moved, they took their dogs with them.

The lilac, tan, and blue French bulldog was bred to be a great companion. They're affectionate and they genuinely enjoy the company of other dogs. While some French bulldogs are a bit slow to be housebroken, they're generally well behaved and enjoy pleasing their owners. Your lilac, tan, or blue French bulldog will be by your side as you go about your day, eager to become your best friend.

The lilac, blue, and tan French bulldog is unable to swim. Their stocky bodies and round heads make it impossible for them to safely make their way through water. Owners need to be careful, however - French bulldogs love to imitate other dogs, and if they see a retriever jump into the water, they may try to do the same. If you have a pool or live near a large body of water, it's important to keep an eye on your bulldog at all times.

When it comes to flying, bulldogs have special needs. The short snout of a bulldog means that they struggle to adjust to the thin air that exists in high altitudes. While most dogs have no problem flying, the bulldog can have major issues high in the air. There are special airlines that cater to pets with special needs, and they're able to accommodate your tan, blue, or lilac French bulldog. Be sure to reach out far in advance to find out about availability if air travel is a necessity for your pet.

The blue, lilac, and tan French bulldog absolutely loves little kids, and will be a happy addition to a family with young children. French bulldogs are quick to bond with babies, and are often incredibly protective of young children. French bulldogs don't bark much, but they'll put up a fuss if anyone gets too close to your child.

Your blue, lilac, or tan French bulldog will likely be very sensitive to criticism. While it can be hard for a person to understand, bulldogs have a deep understanding of a human's tone. If you respond harshly when they make a mistake, they're likely to retreat and want to spend time alone. Positive reinforcement can go a long way when you're in the process of training your lilac, tan, or blue French bulldog. Try your best to focus on what your dog does right - not what they do wrong. This will help motivate your pet to do the right thing. Bulldogs are eager to please, and seeing your excitement when they do something right will motivate them to keep listening to your commands.

Tan, lilac, and blue French bulldogs can be a great addition to any family. If you think you might be ready to add a bulldog to your home, reach out to us today. We'd love to talk to you about our current puppy availability and see if we can find the perfect pet for you and your family.

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