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French Bulldog

The French Bulldog, also known as Frenchie, is a small breed of domestic dog. Frenchies were the result in the 1800s of a cross between bulldog ancestors imported from England and local ratters in Paris, France.

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About 5 weeks Old

Here's Bentley (my Frenchie) at about 5 weeks old! I couldn't take him home just yet, but I got to make a visit. If you didn't know, you have to wait for a French Bulldog's ears to stand up on their own; it takes a little while, so they have floppy ears in their early years!

Contributed by Darby Oliver

My Bentley

Here's my Bentley all grown up! He's now an 8-month old Frenchie!

Contributed by Darby Oliver

Puppies

The puppies are super adorable. Don't worry; they'll eventually grow into their ears!

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Balance

French Bulldogs can be clumsy!

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Stubby Legs

French Bulldogs have stubby little legs and are very stout and stocky, as proven in this gif. The struggle is real.

Contributed by Darby Oliver

Bentley at Christmas

This is my puppy, Bentley, at about 4 months old at Christmas! He got a new "big boy" bed for Christmas! He's a cute, little French Bulldog!

Contributed by Darby Oliver

Newborn!

This is my Frenchie, when he was just a day old! He's a full-blooded Frenchie and his name is Bentley!

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Silly Frenchie!

French Bulldogs can be so silly sometimes!!!

Contributed by Darby Oliver

Frenchie Puppy

Cutest little french bulldog puppy ever

Contributed by Taylor Kemp

Watch this 101 from Animal Planet if so! Interesting fact: Because their body is top heavy, they can't swim!

Contributed by Christina A. Zito

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