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Felix, available French Bulldog puppy at TomKings Puppies
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The 5 most lovely things about

having a Frenchie

The list of why we think Frenchies are the most amazing dogs is endless, but here we’ll list 5 things that are probably the most lovely about having a Frenchie.

1. Frenchies are fun and adorable

If you’re looking for a dog with a big personality, a Frenchie is definitely the one for you. They are little clowns who always do something silly to make you smile. Sweet, cuddly, playful, fun, cute… the list could go on. They are impossible not to love!

2. Frenchies get along with everyone

Frenchies are very sociable who get along with all family members from children to grandparents, from other dogs to cats. If you’re looking for a furry sibling for your kid or your pet, a Frenchie is your best choice.

3. Frenchies are low-maintenance

Frenchies have short fur so they only require occasional grooming. This makes them ideal companions for those who live in an apartment.

Felix, available French Bulldog puppy at TomKings Puppies

4. Frenchies don’t need much space

Because of their relatively short size, Frenchies don’t need a big garden to run around all day. They are perfectly happy lying on the sofa all they and require little exercise during the day.

5. Frenchies are the best companions

Dogs are known to be loyal in general, but Frenchies take this to a next level. They are insanely affectionate and become very attached to their owners. They would spend every minute of their time with their parents if they could!

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3 things to avoid when you’re about to

adopt a Frenchie

If you have fallen in love with this amazing breed and even decided to get your very own Frenchie puppy, it’s essential that you learn about some common mistakes that new dog parents tend to make. You can read about these in more detail from the e-book, here we will only mention some key things to consider before adopting a French Bulldog puppy.

1. Not learning about Frenchies before your puppy arrives

One of the first mistakes that you can make is that you don’t do your research on the breed before you welcome your new puppy into your home. Frenchies are extremely flexible and want to please their owners more than anything, but they do have some special needs that you need to be aware of as a responsible parent. For example, being so affectionate they require a lot of attention throughout the day and cannot be left alone for a long time.

You also need to feed them the highest quality foods so that they don’t develop allergies. They have a tendency to become obese so you need to make sure they do enough exercise, but not too much at once because of their short snouts. You also need to pay extra attention to them during the summer as they tend to overheat. These are only some of the most important things you need to watch out for.

Merle and tan color French Bulldog TomKings Puppies

2. Choosing a Frenchie from a puppy mill

During recent years Frenchies have become one of the most popular dog breeds. The increasing demand resulted in higher prices and unethical breeders who saw this as an opportunity to start breeding Frenchies merely for the profit. Due to the low selling prices they can’t afford the best quality food, vet, shots and vitamins for the puppies who are kept in tiny places where they are not even able to learn how to run. They don’t do health checks on their dogs before starting to breed them either, resulting in some serious health issues.

So, you might save money at first by choosing a cheap puppy, but later on you will leave a fortune at the vet, not to mention the stress both of you will go through. At TomKings Puppies we make serious efforts to fight against unethical breeding and educate puppy parents on how to recognize false intentions. You’ll find some essential tips in the e-book on how to avoid ‘puppy mills’.

Darja, available French Bulldog puppy at TomKings Puppies

When you begin your research on French Bulldog breeders, you’ll inevitably come across some cheap offers starting from a couple of hundred dollars. Why you shouldn’t be tempted by these? Because there are lots of scammers out there who use these amazing deals to trick people into buying a puppy that doesn’t even exist. “But they seemed to be so nice!” – we hear victims referring to scammers, who obviously never look like bad guys. They know all the little tricks to look real, in the e-book you’ll find tips on how to spot these.

Hadlee, available French Bulldog puppy at TomKings Puppies
Merle and tan color French Bulldog TomKings Puppies
Sami, available French Bulldog puppy at TomKings Puppies
Tierney, available French Bulldog puppy at TomKings Puppies
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Summary

Owning a Frenchie is absolutely priceless. They are constant source of happiness and give so much love that you cannot even imagine before getting your very own fur baby. There are some common mistakes though that people tend to make when adopting a French Bulldog puppy, like not learning about the breed beforehand, getting their pups from unethical breeders and falling in the trap of online scammers. We certainly don’t want you to make any of these mistakes, so download and read our Ultimate Guide for free!

FAQ
Why is it so great having a Frenchie?
Frenchies are fun, sweet and affectionate companions who get along with everyone in the family from small kids to older people, other dog breeds and even cats. They are also extremely flexible who can easily adapt to any family rhythm. Frenchies are low-maintenance with their short fur and don’t require too much space either making them ideal for small apartments.
Why are there so many online scams about adopting Frenchies?
The increasing prices and demand for adorable Frenchie puppies resulted in many unethical breeders and scammers who see this opportunity as a way of getting rich.
Why are Frenchie puppies so expensive?
Breeding Frenchies requires special methods and practices from breeders, like artificial insemination and C-section. The steep rise of their popularity also made French bulldog prices to increase in recent years.
Aladin, available French Bulldog puppy at TomKings Puppies

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