Breeding the French Bulldog is an excellent way to expand your pet dog’s repertoire and improve your family’s lifestyle together. The bulldog is an amazing and incredibly intelligent breed that does wonderfully in a family atmosphere. Because of their size and strength, they are well suited to live with children and other animals. In this article we will discuss methods you can use to breed the French bulldog and completely cure the temperament problems it inherits from its ancestors.
Historically French Bulldogs were used as fighters in dog fights. Because of this history, they have developed an aggressive attitude and guard dog mindset. Because of this they are very shy around other people. Even people who mean well or who genuinely love the puppy may have difficulty breaking through the aggression of the bulldog. This is where you want to concentrate all of your energy when selecting a prospective pet. Avoid any puppy mill or puppy raising places where you will have no control over the dog’s environment.
In addition to the importance of avoiding mills and puppy raising places you should also be concerned about teacup bulldogs being fed wrong, being kept in unhealthy conditions and possibly suffering from illness. You should purchase a healthy, well socialized teacup bulldog from a reputable breeder. The best way to learn how to breed the french bulldog is to join a French bulldog rescue group or one of the many reputable and humane dog shelters.
Brindle french bulldogs have a genetic predisposition to shed. If you decide to raise a teacup bulldog, it is absolutely critical that you have him or her spayed or neutered. A teacup bulldog with a incomplete reproductive cycle (ie. the female has not been completely bred) will often display disturbing behavior toward people, other dogs and even other cats!
A beautiful white brindle teacup bulldog requires plenty of room. He thrives on an outdoor pen. In order to help him adapt to his new surroundings it would be very beneficial if you could have an outdoor living area for him as well as a clean, dry bed. Young puppies can be very destructive and need their own room. A fully grown brindle french bulldog can outgrow his pen and need an outside area of his own to be completely satisfied.
French bulldogs can be notoriously aggressive towards people, other animals and cats. The key to French bulldog breeding success is avoiding any accidents. A puppy should never be left alone with an adult. Never allow a puppy to run loose in a public place.
Breeding your French bulldog can be a great experience, but it is not something that you can do by yourself without a great deal of experience and care from the breeder. Many reputable breeders will be more than happy to provide you with references and support in order to ensure the health and happiness of both the puppy and the owner. It is vital that the new owner fully comprehends the health risks involved in French bulldog breeding before proceeding.
French bulldogs are incredibly vulnerable to a number of health issues including heartworms, kidney failures, and congenital defects. The risk becomes greater if the parents are not completely purebred. It is absolutely essential that you make sure that the dog you choose has been tested for any genetic disorders through the American Kennel Club (AKC). All registered dogs must be checked for health problems in order to maintain the highest standards of quality and pure breed. A certified dog breeder will be more than happy to provide you with a list of the testing methods they use in order to make certain that your puppy or dogs are healthy.