- Gender: Male
- Age: (10 weeks old)
- No puppy Mills
- AKC Registered
When British lace makers migrated to France during the Industrial Revolution, the French become enchanted with their unusual pets. The popularity of French Bulldogs grew among shopkeepers, and the pups were often featured in advertisements of the era. Upper-class Frenchmen also began coveting the little dogs, while the British remained indifferent to their appeal.
As a result, the French adopted this smaller bulldog as one of their own. The French formalized breed standards to include a compact body and straight legs, without the extreme under-jaw of the English breed. Ears could be either be erect “bat ears’ and floppy “rose” ears.Moluccan cockatoo for sale
Wealthy Americans visiting Paris also fell in love with the breed, and soon “Frenchies” started showing up at Westminster in 1896 (two years before the AKC recognized the breed in 1898 as a Non-Sporting breed.)
Like many European breeds, Frenchies fell sharply in popularity during the World Wars. At one point, there were less than 1,000 in America. It wasn’t until the 1980’s that the breed rebounded. Dedicated dog owners began successfully promoting their attributes, and today the breed enjoys widespread popularity