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It’s true that Frenchies simply catch everyone’s eye like magnets. However, there’s one magnificent color that seems to be the most popular in this dog breed. I talk about the Blue French bulldog whose color of fur leaves speechless. First of all, I must remind you that this dog breed is considered for the 4th most popular breed in the world. The reasons for such a fact are many. They are short and compact dogs that perfectly suit the apartment type of living. Due to their shortened nostrils, and brachycephalic skulls, Frenchies quickly get tired and are prone to overheating. That’s why they find their best home for living in someone’s apartment. Unlike other dog breeds, these furry gremlins don’t require much exercise, so they seem like the right choice for lazy owners. Many of these dogs are difficult to find. After all, they’re scarce. Plan on staying on a waiting list for a long time before you end up with one of these colors. Don’t plan on bringing home a blue French Bulldog next month. It may take a year or more before one becomes available.
The French Bulldogs are fast become one of the most popular breeds. You can’t go far without noticing a Frenchie. Sadly, with this dramatic increasing popularity, there are also many unethical, reckless breeders and puppy mills. A Blue French bulldog is relatively smaller in size and does not have the temperament of a typical bulldog. Blue Frenchie makes a better companion than a protector. The blue French bulldog resembles other French bulldogs in the appearance except for the shade of its fur; the blue one. Well, it is all about genetics.The unique features that they incorporate have made them popular among the mass. Even though the breeder associations do not recognize them, their sale has been exponentially high in some parts of the world. Like other French bulldogs, the one with the blue fur is also referred to as Frenchie. (Source: bulldogguide.com)
Here’s a surprise: The French Bulldog actually originated in England. They were originally developed as a smaller type of Bulldog (aka English Bulldog) and were popular with people working in the lace-making industry in the 1800s. Their temperament made the toy-sized dog popular in Nottingham, a center for lace-making, and the pups became a bit of a mascot (and loving companions) for the lace-makers in town. After the Industrial Revolution changed the lace-making industry, many lace-makers moved to France, where their diminutive bulldogs became quite fashionable. (Fast fact: French artist Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec even included the French Bulldog in his art.) (Source: be.chewy.com)
There’s no question about it: French Bulldogs are super popular—they’re likable, friendly, devoted companions who love the people in their life. Sure, there are some challenges to face—the occasional health concern, a bit of grooming work and that Bulldog attitude—but nothing worthwhile in life ever comes without some effort. If you’re willing to put time in, you can be sure your Frenchie will gift you with lots of love in return. (Source: be.chewy.com)