French Bulldog

French Bulldogs, also known as "Frenchies", are a small breed of domestic dog.

They were originally bred in England but gained popularity in France, hence the name.

Frenchies are recognized for their distinctive "bat ears", short snouts, and compact build.

They have a friendly and affectionate temperament, making them great companion dogs.

French Bulldogs are relatively low-maintenance and don't require a lot of exercise.

They come in a variety of colors, including fawn, cream, brindle, and pied.

Frenchies are loyal pets that love their human companions and are always on the lookout for dangers.

 With the alert nature and protective instincts, they make excellent watchdogs.

Adult French Bulldogs typically stand between 11-13 inches tall and weigh between 22-28 pounds.

Their average life expectancy is between 10 and 14 years, depending on their genetics and lifestyle.