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Things to know about the French Bulldog breed

French bull dog is a dog breed of French origin. They are bred for ornamental and human companionship.


To be able to choose the right French bulldog, you need to have knowledge of this french bulldog. And today’s article will help you learn about the characteristics, how to raise purebred bulldogs.

Identification characteristics of purebred French bull breeds

French bull dogs are highly appreciated for their lovely appearance, their energetic and agile but not too curious. If you first encounter them, you may feel frightened by their appearance, but in reality, the french bulldog is very approachable and friendly.

French bulldog looks quite sturdy, sturdy and neat. But in fact they are quite small in size (about 30 cm high and weighing about 9-14kg).

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The French bulldog has quite a large and upright pair. The muzzle is flat, the forehead is round and the nose flat and upturned. The head is flat and lower than the English bull.

With its soft fur and skin, it gives us an extremely pleasant feeling when stroking them. The average lifespan of a French bull is 10-12 years and they often have respiratory problems.

Note:

– French bulldogs cannot swim due to their body condition and structure. So you should pay close attention to bringing them near the pool or lake …

– French bulldog dogs are suitable in cool climates, they cannot stand too hot or too cold. Cold will lead to a cold, which causes them to have a headache.

How to raise French bulldogs

French bulldog dogs are one of the breeds that are easy to raise, because they eat an extremely mixed breed. You can have a variety of food sources for them and they can be eaten several times a day.

However, due to its physical inactivity, French bulldogs are very susceptible to obesity and therefore life expectancy will be significantly reduced. Therefore, you need to pay attention to a reasonable diet and work hard to take them for a walk, to run to keep the body in the best state.

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Note:

– Do not give them to places where the temperature is too high or too low, because they are very susceptible to respiratory diseases.

– When you want to breed or breed bulldog, you need to pay attention to the time of their birth for timely intervention. Because the breed is often very difficult to give birth due to the size of the puppy’s head, it requires the assistance of an experienced veterinarian.



Teacup Poodle – super adorable little dog breed

Teacup Poodle is a super adorable dog because of its smaller size – it can fit in a teacup. Teacup dogs make dog lovers Poodle always want to hunt, own for.


Origin Teacup Poodle

Basically, Teacup dogs are not recognized as Poodle dogs because they are individual dogs and are much smaller than Poodle’s basic size. The name Teacup is just the affectionate name that lovers of this small look love to give.

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Appearance of Teacup

A standard Teacup Poodle dog must be shorter 15cm and heavier 2kg. Teacup has a small head but is quite solid. Their eyes are big, often spherical. The eyes are always black or brown. Teacup ears are not too long and flat, hanging on the cheeks. The legs are of sufficient length, balanced against the body.

Character of Teacup

Teacup retains outstanding features like the other brothers in the family Poodle: smart, responsive and also very friendly, quite affectionate, sweet, always wrapped in tangerines whenever and wherever.

Some Poodle Teacups may also be slightly shy and afraid of people. The reason may be that you rarely take them out for a walk, do not allow much contact with people. Since then forming shy personality should not be in a cheerful, dynamic dog like their instincts. Therefore, go for a walk with your dog regularly!

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Notes when raising the Poodle Teacup

Poodle Teacup does not need to live in the space so spacious, because their appearance characteristics are quite small. If you intend to take care of a Teacup dog, you should buy the mature dog Teacup Poodle because it is a bad idea to buy teacup babies because they are difficult to care for.

If your family has young children it is best not to keep this small dog. The Poodle Teacup is very fragile so it is very vulnerable to the mischief of the children.




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