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We are indeed, the world’s greatest French Bulldog Mascots & we sorta know it (wink, wink).
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(Lets just get clarify before we make any distinctions... No matter what "type" of Frenchie you decide to get, THEY'RE ALL CUTE & YOU CAN'T GO WRONG!)
Not one particular classification of French Bulldog is cuter than the other, or does it decipher what its personality will be like, they all have similarities in personality, but come with individual characteristics that will make them unique.
In the end it all comes down to personal preference and if you find one with a personality you vibe well with (hard to find one you’re not going to like).
A bigger challenge for you will be fighting the urge to take every single one of them that you meet, home with you.
that you may be familiar with are their big, bat-like ears, broad upper body, wrinkly faces, and their short snouts that distinctly sound like that of a fat, happy pig (you either love it or hate it, but we can’t seem to get enough).
Another common trait is the affectionate nature of Frenchies, as their primary intention is to love unconditionally… And maybe get a few belly rubs here and there.
Regardless of Frenchie color, we promise you will never want to be without a French Bulldog after you’ve had at least one.
Chloe, the Frenchie that looks like a cow one day, and a bunny the next, Is classified under the “brindle” (spotted) category as a skin coat type more closely named “Brindle-Pied” (white with black spots).
Claire, resembling that of teddy bear & a deer, is a “Fawn” coat type French Bulldog. Because of her reddish-brown hue, she would be more narrowly classified as a more rare type of Fawn, called a… You Guessed it, “Red Fawn”.