Bulldog Francés Perro Fotos
Bulldog Francés Description:
The Bulldog Francés pretty much keeps its British parent but more often is a lightweight. This does not diminish the strength, since it is a strong dog and endowed with a strong skeleton. The face is flat like other relatives of the Molossian, but not as wrinkled as the English Bulldog. In her eyes round and stand apart, but its most distinctive feature is the raised ears, much like those of bats.
Its manageable size makes it a good companion dog that can live in an apartment, but feel nostalgia for the open if he spends his days locked behind closed doors. Moreover, his taste for eating a lot and move little is a good reason to encourage exercise.
Bulldog Francés History:
Having origins in migrant. Brought to France by British textile workers in the nineteenth century, was crossed with races traps of the type Chinese pugs.
His ability as an exterminator soon earned him the esteem of traders, who decided to race to develop perfect Bulldog Francés we know today.
He soon became the most popular dog among the workers of Paris, but also knew his charm to win over large French personalities as writer Colette.