French Bulldogs are notorious for their fast and aggressive eating style, sometimes not even stopping to chew, and instead swallowing kibble whole. This can actually be detrimental to their health, for many reasons. One reason to slow down your Frenchie's eating is choking or gagging. Obviously, nobody wants their Frenchie to choke, which is why ensuring slow eating will help your Frenchie. Gagging can occur as well, which can lead to vomiting or choking. The second reason to
Look no more if your on the market for a Merle French Bulldog. It’s no wonder that everyone wants to own French Bulldogs. They are amazing and interesting lovable pups and the lust for all things extremely rare makes the Merle French Bulldog a wanted pet. Be sure to do your homework on this breed variation before making your final decision and choosing the correct breeder. The Merle color is the most present and unique coat color. A Merle pattern comes from the lightning of t
As Frenchie owners we do have a lot of stinky things to put up with. There are the legendary farts to put up with for a start, but what you don’t really hear about before your get a Frenchie is their bad breath. It’s more common than you might think as French Bulldogs can have bad breath from time to time. But it’s important to understand why and how you can cure it. Why does my French Bulldog have bad breath? Stinky breath and halitosis in a Frenchie can be due to dental dis
So you finally got your dream dog! Your new French Bulldog is the cutest thing you've ever seen, and it's so unique too, but wait, how do you prove its lineage, or how do you prove its breed purity, or even who owns the dog? That's easy, actually; register your dog with Americas' Kennel Company! When you register your dog with Americas' Kennel Company, not only do you get a Certificate of Registration that validates your ownership of a unique Frenchie, but you also become eli
With the Summer Heat now in full swing, everyone just wants some cool water to drink. This especially pertains to French Bulldogs, who easily suffer from heat exhaustion. For Frenchies that like to hang out outside, drinking pool water is an easy to cool down. But is this safe for Frenchies? Is Pool Water Safe for Frenchies?
If your Frenchie drinks just a little pool water, it usually won't be a problem. The chlorine from pools is rarely high enough to cause immediate harm to
With Summer here in full swing, we all would love to spend some time in the pool with our Frenchies! But wait! Frenchies are infamous for their overheating and inability to swim, so is it smart to play with them outside during the summer heat? Well... yes and no. All dogs need exercise, but Frenchie owners need to take extra precaution when playing with their dogs during summer. For more information on how to take care of your Frenchie during the heat, check out this blog; ht
Registering your Micro French Bulldog with Americas' Kennel Company is easier than ever! There are only a few steps you need to take, and you'll be done. www.americaskennelcompany.org Select the "Registration" tab 2. The second step is to select the correct category. If you are registering a puppy whose parents are registered, select "Register a Puppy." If you are registering a dog whose parents are not registered or known, select "Register Foundation Dog." If you are registe
1.Make sure to have water Miniature French Bulldogs are not huge on long walks. Especially in Texas with the summer upon us. Retractable water bowls and cool water is a must. Miniature French Bulldogs have a harder time than other breeds regulating their temperature than we do, and it’s easy for them to overheat. And since Miniature French Bulldogs have short snouts and sweat through panting they can easily become dehydrated during exercise, especially in warm weather. 2. Le
While common Frenchies have a solid color coat, a Micro Merle French Bulldog’s coat has a base color with patches of irregular or regular stripes and spots that can be several different colors. These special patterns are what make the Merle Frenchie easily identifiable and highly sought after. French Bulldogs are bred with dogs that have the merle gene to create a Merle French Bulldog. After this, two merle French Bulldogs can be bred to create more only to a non-merle dog. T
Pet Insurance for Micro Frenchies: Is It Worth It? Millions each year make the decision to bring a pet into their home. For dog owners, several breeds exist, from mixes to purebreds. Miniature French Bulldogs are one of the most popular of the smaller breeds that dog owners seek out. While French Bulldogs are known for their fun personalities and relatively easy care, there can be added costs to care for one appropriately. Fortunately, pet insurance for French Bulldogs can be
Chewed shoes, nibbled baseboards, and gnawed furniture are all common nuisances during your Frenchie’s early months. After all, teething puppies need to chew to help relieve the discomfort of erupting teeth. But they grow out of that, right? Nope! Adult French Bulldogs love to chew, and if they don’t learn appropriate chewing behavior, you can expect many more years of household destruction. If you’ve ever wondered why your Frenchie is chewing everything they can get into the
At Micro Frenchies, we've been producing the smallest Frenchies in the world since 2001. Our Frenchies are health certified and produced with excellent confirmation. We feel that our bloodline is the best in the world and our clients approve! If you are searching for the perfect French Bulldog in Texas or anywhere else in the USA, you found the right place. Please contact us via TEXT ONLY 832-836-0380 for current availability, schedule a Facetime or any questions you might ha
Are you considering adding a French Bulldog to the Fam? Take this short quiz to see how compatible you are with a Frenchie! 1. What activity are you most looking forward to doing with your dog? a. Hiking and walking b. Watching Netflix and snuggling 2. Would you consider yourself the clingy type? a. I need my space at times b. Yes, I love affection 3. How do you feel about cuddling? a. As long as you stay on your side of the bed b. Give me all the cuddles 4. What personality
Why is Deworming French Bulldogs so Important?
No one wants to see their Frenchie sick or having any symptoms of infection. We all want our Frenchies to be agile, fit and healthy. It will be appalling to see your bulldog suffer from any parasite infestation. These parasites can ruin and cause different levels of discomfort to your French Bulldog. Hence it is quite pertinent to keep your Frenchies from these parasites that will want to infest them.
Deworming is an essential ex
DOES YOUR FRENCHIE HAVE BAD BREATH? How To Treat French Bulldogs With Bad Breath Just imagine sitting outside by the pool trying to enjoy some fresh orange juice and breakfast when you start to look around and wonder what that terrible smell could be. You then get up and start looking around the pool. You go inside to see if it's your kitchen? looking under the mat and inside the toilet. Then, your little Frenchie tries to help you out with the search, panting like he always
Every Frenchie owner knows trying to potty train a puppy is no easy task. There are many factors that play into successful potty training, such as feeding schedules, rewards, and one of the most important things, setting a pattern. Setting a Pattern Setting a schedule is probably one of the most important steps you need to take in order to properly potty train a puppy. Setting a schedule will help your Frenchie pup learn when it’s time to eat, sleep, play and eliminate. We al
Socializing your French Bulldog is an important factor in their lives. It teaches them how to play nice with others and a great way for you to get outside and socialize yourself. I understand that dog parks aren’t always ideal. Some breeds are naturally more aggressive, or there is the risk of an owner not controlling an out of hand pup. Regardless, the socialization is important! Thankfully, there are Frenchie meet up groups. How to find them? There is an app you can downloa
1 – Brushing: Treat your Frenchie to a good brushing session once a day. This helps distribute the natural oils from the coat and stimulates blood supply to the skin, which promotes oil production. 2 – Improve the diet: Switch to a high-quality pet food and consider investing in a good nutritional supplement. Especially helpful is an omega-3 supplement. Aim to give at least 35 mg of omega-3 for each kg of body weight. Also, put several water dishes throughout the house so you