Our Newly Bred Frenchies
The Next Generation
The Fluffy Frenchie is not much different than a standard French Bulldog. The only real distinction is that they have hair that is fluffier than average. It is especially noticeable around the ears. Their appearance is a genetic difference caused by a gene that many French Bulldogs carry but rarely do two come together in the right way.
Caring for a Fluffy Frenchie is not a difficult task, but it requires some attention and planning. There are common health issues that you should consider before taking one as a pet. They are wonderful “lapdogs,” meaning they love to be close to people and sit with them. They do not like to be alone for a long time, making them great companions for large families or people that spend a lot of time at home.