THE FRENCHIE BOUTIQUE IS OPEN DAILY ONLINE AND IN PERSON
Your puppy needs many things other than love!
The name might say French but the French Bulldog breed is English in origin. When bull and bear baiting became illegal in the 19th Century, the role of the bulldog became that of a companion. Increasingly smaller dogs were developed to fulfill this new role. It is these dogs from which our modern French Bulldog descended. Their oversized ears gained particular favour in France, where they were deliberately bred to exaggerate this feature. This over-sizing of ears initially caused controversy between Kennel Clubs, but over the years the matter was settled and the large ears of the French Bulldog seemed set to stay. This adorable breed have once again risen in popularity in recent years. With Kennel Club registrations really taking off, and rocketing their place in the popularity stakes to unprecedented levels.