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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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In 2011/12 just one French Bulldog theft was reported to police in Wales.
The charity released a video showing two-year-old French Bulldog Oliver before and after surgery to widen the airway at the back of his throat.
He continued: "We're seeing a huge spike in online advertising and 'trend buying' of fashionable breeds with Pugs, Dachshunds, English and French Bulldogs making up 82% of those admitted to Dogs Trust through our Puppy Pilot.
French bulldogs are usually clinically sound at a younger age and they are significantly more likely to be male, for example than Dachshunds (Aikawa et al.
Boxers and French Bulldogs with biopsy-confirmed granulomatous colitis (GC) or histolytic ulcerative colitis.
By the end of the year French bulldogs may overtake labradors as the most popular breed in the UK, the Kennel Club has predicted, after a 47% increase in popularity in the last year.
Producing thousands of pounds for backstreet breeders every year, flatter-faced dogs like French bulldogs and pugs are becoming increasingly popular.
I had two cute French bulldogs called Frances and Dexter with my wife (American model Phylicia Jackson).
FRENCH BULLDOGS THE Kennel Club this week revealed that fashion's favourite pooch is becoming one of Britain's best-loved dogs with registrations of the four-legged fellas soaring.
of Shrewsbury, Craig Ahearn of Florida and Gary Ahearn of Oxford; a sister, Kimberly Curtis of Oxford; nine grandchildren, two great grandchildren, many nieces and nephews and her two beloved French Bulldogs, Mitsey & Milley.
Grace Harkness, 71, and her daughter Fiona, 38, forced 10 toy poodles and four French bulldogs to live in filthy, cramped cages.
DNA samples from Boxers and French Bulldogs with granulomatous colitis and healthy Boxers and French Bulldogs.