Hi, I'm a bat-eared cutie adored by superstars like Leonardo DiCaprio and Tom Brady. I might snore a little, but don't worry, I make it up to you with all the spare love I have. Don't be scared if you hear weird noises around the house; it is just me preparing for the next singing reality TV show. I'll be a perfect fit for your urban lifestyle.
French bulldogs have a coconut-like personality, hard as rock on the outside but soft as cream on the inside. It's close to impossible to mistake them for some other dog, their bat-shaped ears set them apart. They are not extremely energetic so that you can chill with them with a beverage of your choice and some tasty treats for them. They are best suited for homes where at least one human is always with them. French bulldogs are companion dogs and become closely attached to the family. They have a sense of humor better than most humans; there won't be a dull time with a Frenchie around you.
They are short and stout with a stubborn personality. The French bulldog is not a backyard dog; it is best to keep it indoors as a family member. Like other flat-faced dogs, French bulldogs have difficulty maintaining their body temperature, so it is best to keep them in climate-controlled conditions. They snore loudly, but that's part of the package, and it might take some effort to house train them. Snores are not the only sound they make; grunts and snorts are also synonymous with French Bulldogs.
Best for suburban conditions, they have low energy levels and do not require a lot of exercises. They are very susceptible to heat, so it is essential to be aware of their condition or suffer a heatstroke.
A 20-minute walk, in the evening or morning, will suffice. Frenchie is famous for its circuit run around the house, which is surprisingly enough exercise for them. French bulldogs are not for outdoorsy people; they are not dogs you take for hiking in the forest.