French Bulldog Dog For Adoption in TULSA, OK, USA
Barbie is a 4 year old adult retired breeder French Bulldog. She is spayed, current on vaccinations, heartworm & fecal tested negative, microchipped. Barbie recently underwent elongated palate & stenotic nares surgery. She also had three teeth extracted. We are not 100% happy with the way her nose looks after surgery, but that's on the surgeon. Barbie is very loving, sweet & shy. It takes her some time to warm up to new people. She's short & compact. Cute as a button. If you are interested in adopting Barbie please email our rescue at: 918-810-8342 for our adoption application.
||Bouledogue Français, Frenchie
More About French Bulldog Breed
||The French Bulldog is low key and enjoys lots of activity. He's well suited for either family living or attaching to just one special person. He can be a great watchdog, although will bark only when there is a real need.
||not to exceed 28
||Brindle, fawn, white, brindle and white.
||Coat is moderately fine, brilliant, short and smooth. Skin is soft and loose, especially at the head and shoulders, forming wrinkles.
||French Bulldogs are very active and intelligent. Always alert, these dogs are curious and eager to please.
||This breed is well-behaved and comfortable in most social settings. They have an even disposition, being active and playful, but not overly rambunctious.
||The French Bulldog requires grooming with a rubber brush during times of shedding. Special lotion may be used on the facial skin folds for cleaning.
||This breed learns very rapidly. Training must be strict, because he has a stubborn streak.
||The French Bulldog needs a moderate amount of exercise, though he does well as an apartment dog.
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||This breed is prone to eye and respiratory problems.
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