Imagine moving into a new apartment and the emptiness it feels without having a dog around. Your solution might be an adorable French bulldog that will change your life. You are probably wondering how a bulldog can be the perfect fit.
Here are reasons as to why the French bulldog fits the bill.
1. French Bulldogs are Small and Perfect Size
As a new apartment owner, you are probably searching for a small dog breed that fits perfectly into your home. The small build nature of the French bulldogs makes them the perfect fit since they take up less space in your home. Did I mention that it looks so cute hence you will be receiving constant compliments from your visitors?
Unlike a Rottweiler, French bulldogs can be very reserved, they are not very active. Gone are days where you could be woke up in the middle of the night by your dog to give affection. This makes for a perfect fit for a dog that lives in an apartment.
2. Reduced Responsibilities
When I lived with my Frenchie, I enjoyed every moment of the way and would like the same to happen to you. You might have an easy time with a French bulldog which takes less dog walks in a day compared to their dig breeds. The inactiveness of the French bulldog makes it less likely to take walks. If it was up to them, they would probably lie around all day.
In case you have a large backyard that is enough for your Frenchie to exercise. Alternatively, you will find her most times cooped up in her favorite couch spot all day. French bulldogs are additionally low energy breeds. There is no need to take out your Frenchie for a walk every day.
3. Well Mannered
The best part about having a French bulldog is that they are well mannered. Another added advantage of living with a Frenchie in your home is that they make less noises. They are very alert and only bark in case of an interference in your home or when something is not right. Additionally, they are very charming and adapt easily when in new surroundings.
Little Fur Coat
The major problem home owners have with dog is with the shedding of fur. You can get allergies from all the fur in your home. But with the French bulldog, they have a very short coat. Normally, Frenchies shed twice in a year and remove the undercoat. The Frenchies can also be groomed and cleaned easily. During the fall land spring is when the Frenchies shed their fur. The shedding tends to become less after the first week. All you need is to vacuum the hair from spots she likes to lay.