French Bulldog


French Bulldog Breed Description

Appearance: 12" (30 cm) 22-28 lb (10-12.5 kg) Short, smooth glossy coat. Brindle, fawn, cream, white, brindle and white, brindle pied or blackmasked fawn.

Best In National Specialty Show/American/Canadian Grand Champion Karendon’s Keep Calm N’ Sip On. Siri represents 17 generations of line breeding healthy French Bulldogs with sound temperaments and extraordinary type. Bred/Owned by Karen Cram, Karendon Perm. Reg’d.


The Bulldog was very popular in England during the 1800s. While the larger varieties were best for fighting, many people preferred the smaller ones, which became much-loved house pets. The Nottingham region of England, known for its lace-making, was particularly enamoured of these smaller Bulldogs. When the Industrial Revolution and economic downturn of the 1860s forced lacemakers to move to France in pursuit of work, they took their dogs with them. These animals were then crossed with local dogs, producing the breed now known as the French Bulldog. The French Bulldog became popular in North America in the 19th century. At that time, both the English-style “rose” (folded) ears and the newer “bat” (erect) ears were considered acceptable. American breeders greatly preferred the bat ears. Eventually they won out. Bat ears are now the accepted breed standard.


Cheerful and full of playful joie de vivre, the French Bulldog or Frenchie is a wonderful family pet. He gets along with everyone, including other pets. His shortened muzzle tends to make him snore and drool, and he shouldn’t be exercised heavily in hot weather. With his happy disposition and good-hearted nature, he enjoys positive training and is generally an obedient soul.

French Bulldog Breeders:


For over 28 years and 18 generations, we have focused our select breeding program on health, temperament and type. Our Pedigrees represent the finest bloodlines in the world. In addition to being Canadian and American Conformation Champions, our Beautiful French Bulldogs are Best In Specialty Show, Best In Show, and Multiple Group Winners. They are always lovingly Breeder/Owner Handled in the Conformation Show Ring. Most importantly, however, our French Bulldogs are Amazing pets, with average lifespans of 12-14 years. Our French Bulldogs are always fed a whole food raw diet. (See our Breed Ambassador Advertisement at above.)

Phone: (613) 752-2382

Nifty Reg’d


Phone: Kathy O’Drowsky (519) 933-4773

Rosehall & Ashmoor Perm. Reg’d

Through education, promotion and dedication we are striving to produce the benchmark of French Bulldogs standard. Breeders, owners and handlers, Robert and Elizabeth Bennett and Jill Francis.,

Phone: Elizabeth Bennett & Jill Francis

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