French bulldog

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French bulldog

a small, compact dog with large, domed head, very short nose, prominent 'bat' ears (broad based and erect), and a small, short tail that is straight or kinked. The hair is short and fawn, brindle or pied (brindle with white). The breed is predisposed to hemivertebrae and factor IX deficiency.
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The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel and French Bulldog hybrid is known for their smart, laid-back personality.
Julie Coroli's French bulldog, Sully, was stolen from her partner's black Ford Mondeo last month.
They say the current 'dog du jour' most at threat is the French Bulldog - made popular by celebrities including Victoria and David Beckham, who adopted one, and Mike Tyson, filmed holding one in hit movie The Hangover.
But the comical French bulldog is newly on their heels after a decade-long popularity spurt.
Liz Davidson, secretary of the French Bulldog Club of NSW and a breeder herself, said she could not meet the overwhelming demand.
He said he had two girl French bulldogs already and wanted a boy.
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The people of San Francisco love their French Bulldogs," said AKC Spokesperson Lisa Peterson.
French Bulldogs made a big jump in 2012, going from tenth to tying the Bulldog for fifth place.
The people of Austin love their French Bulldogs," said AKC Spokesperson Lisa Peterson.