Are you looking to add a Blue French Bulldog to your family? These adorable and adaptable little dogs are playful and smart additions to any home. With their trademark erect ears that seem entirely too large for their heads, the Frenchie is a charmer who will also make a great watchdog for his family. You’ll love that Frenchies don’t bark much. You will also of course appreciate that they are definitely not high energy dogs.
Frenchies adapt to any sort of lifestyle, with singles or families. They are just as happy living in an apartment as they are living in a home with a big backyard.
The coat of the French Bulldog
When it comes to the French Bulldog blue is just one of the great coat colors that they can be found in. Frenchies can be seen in solid colors like white and black, and they can be a mixture of white and black. You’ll also find the blue brindle French Bulldog and the blue grey French bulldog to be popular.
In general, the purebred Frenchie will have a short smooth coat that doesn’t shed as much as some other breeds. He will still shed but this can be minimized with weekly brushing, using a medium-bristled dog brush. Remember that brushing isn’t just to reduce shedding all over your furniture. Brushing can help to promote new growth and can keep his coat looking shiny.
Be sure to use good dog-safe conditioning treatments on him every other month.
Where to find your Frenchie
Are you wondering, “Where can I find Blue French Bulldogs for sale near me?” The good news is that there are some really great websites listing blue French Bulldog puppies for sale. You can also reach out to local breeder groups. You will find that Frenchie breeders are a close-knit community. They will be able to recommend someone locally or point you in the direction of breeders who are further off if they have more blue French Bulldog puppies.
If you are interested in adopting an older Frenchie, be sure that you reach out to area breed specific rescue groups, and keep an eye out at your local animal shelters.
What to look for in a baby Blue French Bulldog
So you’re sitting in front of a bunch of sweet Blue French Bulldog puppies. How do you pick out your new puppy? While it might take a few weeks for the personality of your Frenchie to emerge, even little pups still show a lot of character.
Look for a puppy with bright clear eyes. He should be curious and playful. When I’m picking out a puppy sometimes I like to sit right in the middle of all of them and let them climb all over me. Some puppies grow bored quickly and scamper off. Other puppies will play and feel immediately comfortable. That connection is an important part of the bond that you’ll forge with your puppy.
Make sure your puppy’s eyes and nose are free from discharge. He should be roly-poly and have a happy cheerful personality already. Energetic and playful is also a must for picking your new Blue Fawn French Bulldog.
What to ask the Frenchie breeder
Once you’ve found a Blue French Bulldog for sale it’s important to ask some key questions of the breeder. Ask to meet both of the parents of your puppy. Being able to meet them both will give you some insight into the personality that your puppy might develop. It will also help you to determine the health of your puppy. Healthy and happy parents mean that your breeder cares about the puppies.
Ask the breeder what kind of veterinary care your puppy has already received. If they can provide you with some paperwork from their vet, then you can provide it to your own vet. This will help to ensure your puppy only gets the vaccinations that are necessary.
Be sure that you ask the breeder what puppy food they are feeding your dog before you take him home. Keeping him on the same food can help to avoid tummy problems.
Be aware when you’re looking for Blue French Bulldog Puppies for sale cheap. Lower prices on a breed like this can often mean that the breeder is cutting care costs for the dogs.
There are a number of variations in the blue coat. They could include the Blue Pied French Bulldog, the Blue Moon French Bulldog and the Blue Tan French Bulldog. Also keep in mind when looking for Blue Fawn French Bulldogs for sale that some color variations will disqualify a dog from competing in the AKC show rings.
When you get your Blue French Bulldog home it’s important that you use only positive reinforcement when training your dog. Sign him up for puppy socialization classes and basic obedience training. Doing this will ensure that he learns his manners, and learns how to get along well with the other dogs that he’ll meet.