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The French Bulldog: A Trendy but High-Maintenance Dog Breed

The American Kennel Club has recently announced that the French Bulldog has surpassed the Labrador Retriever as the most popular dog breed in the United States. With their perky velvet ears, big eyes, pushed back and beautiful faces, it’s no surprise that these dogs have captured the hearts of many Americans.

One of the reasons why the Frenchies are so popular is because of their adaptability. They are known to be perfect for house and apartment living. They generally do not require much exercise and are very low maintenance in terms of their fur. Frenchies generally have short hair which means that they do not need regular trips to the groomer. 

Frenchies are also friendly, protective, and loyal dogs making them great companions for families or individuals who want a loyal friend by their side. Many experts believe that Frenchies were specifically bred to help reduce stress in people and to help them live better lives. 

However, adopting a Frenchie comes with its own set of challenges. One of the challenges is that these dogs are naturally stubborn, which can make training a difficult task. Additionally, Frenchies are prone to many health issues including breathing difficulties, and joint problems while also being at a higher risk of 20 common health disorders

Despite these challenges, Frenchies have gained a lot of popularity in recent years. Especially amongst celebrities - Lady Gaga, Dwayne “the Rock” Johnson, Reese Witherspoon, and even Madonna have been spotted with their Frenchie friends. This has only greatly added to the appeal of a Frenchie.

It is very important to note that owning a Frenchie is not a decision that should be rushed. These dogs require a lot of care and attention, and their health issues can be expensive to manage.

Furthermore, due to the growing popularity of the breed, many breeders are producing Frenchies solely for profit. This is a big issue that can lead to a lot of Frenchies having health issues. 

In conclusion, while Frenchies are charming and adorable dogs, they require a lot of attention, time, and money to be properly cared for. Before deciding to bring a Frenchie into your life, it is very important to do your research and make sure that you are prepared for the responsibility that comes with owning one. 

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