French Bulldogs are thought to be descendants of the British Bulldog. The British (or English) Bulldog is bigger and stronger. Some breeders wanted to create toy, or miniature bulldogs by mating the smallest dogs of each litter. Some of the smaller bulldogs were taken to France by British emigrants. The French bulldog is smaller than its English counterpart, and has erect, bat-like ears. He has a large, square head.
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1 x male Frenchie boy available. Can only leave from 9 weeks old. Benoni. Vaccinated, dewormed. KUSA registration certificate will be posted. Breeding restrictions and contract. Microchip already implanted. Contact Melisa Krebs 0745723943. Posted 04.08.2022
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About French bulldogs
He is a happy-natured dog and makes a good loyal companion. He will often snort when excited.
Frenchies are born with short tails (sometimes almost no tail) – they are not surgically docked.
Colours: brindle, fawn, black with white markings, and pied (white with markings).
Weight: dogs 12.7kg, bitches 11 kg.
Height: 28 - 33 cms at shoulder.
The English bulldog has small, curled ears, but the French bulldog has large, bat ears. Which one has the better hearing, do you think? Human ears are wonderfully constructed too, so that we can enjoy sound. If we listen intently, we can hear what we want to hear. We can "turn a deaf ear" to what we don't want to hear. If God exists, why can't we hear Him speak? Actually, He speaks to us all the time - through the immense wonder of the day and night sky, for example. But we don't want to hear, for that would mean turning from our self-centeredness. Jesus said, "He who has ears to hear, let him hear!" Mark chapter 4, verse 9
KUSA, the Kennel Union of Southern Africa, upholds the standard for French Bulldogs in South Africa.
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