A huge part of our mission apart from creating happy Frenchie families is educating and helping our puppy parents about how they can take care of their babies in the best possible way. Last year we tried to write about topics that we thought might
At the peak of the holidays, we all have a little less time to spend with our Frenchie. We are chasing gifts, running errands, organizing events while he has no clue about what is going on around him. Our pets don’t know anything about Christmas
There are many things that French Bulldogs love to do, and playtime is definitely on top of that list. But not with anyone or anything: they want to play with you! In this article, we collected 4 reasons why we think it’s essential to play
The worst nightmare of a French bulldog owner is losing their baby. It can happen to any family, no matter how careful you are. They may run away for various reasons: being bored at home, getting scared of fireworks, noticing something interesting like a wild
A couple of weeks ago, we wrote an article about how you can teach your Frenchie to walk on a leash. This time, we decided to share some essential tips about another important topic that we receive constant questions about in the TomKings Frenchie Family
In our previous article, we already mentioned the 7 most dangerous food for Frenchies. But what about fruits? You might think, “Come on, dogs don’t eat fruit!” The ancestors of dogs were purely carnivores indeed, but the domestication process has changed their eating habits too.
Anyone who owns a Frenchie can probably say that their fur baby changed their life forever. They just radiate a positive energy that turns their parent’s world upside down, which may be a bit hard to explain to someone who hasn’t experienced what it is
If dogs could speak, we would learn so much about their world! Unfortunately, dog translator apps haven’t been developed yet, so we can solely rely on our observations when it comes to French bulldogs. Thankfully, we have years and years of experience raising Frenchies, and