As we’re slowly reaching the end of 2022, we thought it was time to look back and share which of our blog posts you liked the most this past year. We’ve been humbled to see how many of you read our articles week by week! We hope we’ve managed to share relevant and useful information for future adopters and Frenchie parents alike: that will definitely be our goal in 2023 too! Thank you for reading and following us!
1. The Ultimate French Bulldog Price List
Our article about French Bulldog prices was your absolute favorite TomKings blog post this year with over 21,000 readers! We’re glad we’ve managed to reach so many of you with this information, as the very reason we’ve written it is that we are getting dozens of inquiries about our Frenchie puppies on a daily basis, and we see that most people are still not quite familiar with their cost. We wanted to enable future adopters to look behind the scenes and understand why French Bulldogs are one of the most expensive among all dog breeds.
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In this ultimate guide we explained how much money and effort goes into breeding Frenchies, what the average price is when you’re buying from a reputable breeder, and why you should never be tempted by cheap French Bulldogs. We also shared detailed information about our puppies’ prices and the services included in them, so if you’re considering buying a Frenchie from us you should definitely give it a read!
2. How to stop Frenchies from eating their poop?
You have probably not expected this topic to come second on our list. To us it’s not a surprise as poop eating is one of the few unpleasant things that Frenchie parents often have to deal with in the first year with their fur babies. Luckily most puppies grow out of this nasty habit, but you’ll definitely want to reduce it as much as possible. How can you achieve that and why do French Bulldogs eat their poop at all? You’ll find the answer in this article along with some practical tips – based on our experiences and the feedbacks from our TomKings Frenchie Family members – on how to tackle the issue.
3. 5 Things Not to Do with a French Bulldog
French Bulldogs are one of the most special dog breeds and, as such, they also require special treatment from us. There are some things that Frenchies don’t like as much as humans, some of them being so harmful that they can even shorten their lifespan! So, if you want to be a responsible Frenchie parent, you must not only learn what you should do in order to give your puppy the best life but also what you shouldn’t. We’re glad that so many of you thought the same and read this article!
Why shouldn’t you expose your Frenchie to too much heat? Why is it not recommended to invite a strange dog to your house or leave your Frenchie unattended with other dogs? These are just a few things we discuss in our third most popular article.
4. 30 Rare and Standard French Bulldog Colors
Did you know that there are about 30 different color variations in Frenchies?! Some of these may look very similar or even identical to an untrained eye, no wonder there’s so much confusion when it comes to the different Frenchie colors and patterns. That’s exactly why we decided to write this article and illustrate it with pictures of our Frenchies: to guide future adopters through the diverse world of French Bulldog colors! Many of you loved to learn the differences between standard and rare colors, blue and lilac, as well as brindle and merle just to mention a few.
5. 5 most common French Bulldog eye problems
Frenchies and other bulldog breeds are more exposed to eye problems as their shorter snouts cannot protect them as much from scratches and things that can get into them. Because their eyes are so vulnerable, it’s important to be aware of the dangers that your puppy might face and know how to act when there are warning signs. Fortunately, lots of Frenchie parents did so and read our article about the most common French Bulldog eye problems.
Remember, if you notice anything unusual about your Frenchie’s eyes, so they are red and waterier than normal, they are squinting and rubbing them, or there’s even some discharge coming out, it’s time to visit your vet!
If you’d like to learn more about Frenchies, join our Facebook group called TomKings Frenchie Family to read our Frenchie parents’ experiences!
Happy New Year from all of us at TomKings Puppies!
The article is based on the expert knowledge of the TomKings Puppies team who have been breeding French Bulldogs for 10 years on their farm. All the pictures in the post belong to them and their customers, and show puppies from their breed. Check their available French Bulldog puppies, or if you have any questions or comments let us know below the article.