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Beauty the French Bulldog

Unavailable - Found a new homeBeauty (ID 402394)

Beauty is a female brindle & white French Bulldog puppy.

She was born on January 14, 2015, so she's 10 weeks old now.

Wow! Beauty is simply precious! You just can't go wrong choosing her. She's the breed's true definition! Beauty has been raised in a loving home... [read more]


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Skye (Hannah's Beautiful Baby Girl!) the French Bulldog

Unavailable - Found a new home!Skye (Hannah's Beautiful Baby Girl!) (ID 373145)

Skye is a female blue French Bulldog puppy.

She was born on June 8, 2014, so she's 41 weeks old now.

This little girl is absolutely gorgeous! Skye is a solid blue with white chest and no brindle. She is short and very compact. Talk about a head... [read more]

"California is my new home!"

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Silv (My New Forever Home) the French Bulldog

Unavailable - Found a new home!Silv (My New Forever Home) (ID 402967)

Silv is a male blue French Bulldog puppy.

He was born on February 2, 2015, so he's 7 weeks old now.

Wow this boy is amazing! He is an AKC registered French Bulldog that will turn heads wherever you take him. He's name is Silv, and he is beyond... [read more]

Going to New York!

French Bulldog Puppies for Sale

You can find French Bulldog puppies for sale on the Purebred Breeders site. These puppies are being offered by reputable French Bulldog dog breeders to responsible buyers who will give them a good home. All of the French Bulldog dogs for sale on our site have been prescreened by Purebred Breeders staff to ensure that they are in good health and come with our 10 year guarantee.

If you are interested in buying a French Bulldog puppy but do not find one listed, please feel free to use our French Bulldog Puppy Finder to find detailed listings with photos and full descriptions. Our site also features useful resources such as French Bulldog Puppies Reviews.

French Bulldog History

There is no general agreement as to the origins of the French Bulldog, although most experts believe that they have descended from the English Bulldog, since large numbers of them were imported to France in the nineteenth century. Cross-breeding resulted in the bulldog developing the familiar ‘bat ears’ as well as the distinctively-shaped skull, which starts out flat between the ears then begins to curve directly above the eyes. French Bulldogs also used to have rose ears, but due to opposition by American breeders, this feature was eventually allowed to die out, resulting in Frenchies only having bat ears.


The typical adult French Bulldog is a small to medium-sized dog that is roughly square-shaped, with some pear-shaped characteristics since their shoulders are wider than their ears. They are characterized by distinctive bat-shaped ears that are broad at their base as well as black pug noses and short tails that can be straight or curlicue.

A typical adult French Bulldog has a height around 12-inches measured from the shoulder and weighs around 25 to 28 pounds. They have a shorthaired coat that comes in white, brindle, fawn or a combination of these colors, as well as having loose, soft skin.


French Bulldogs are seen to make excellent companions, as they are generally well behaved, even when around strange people and dogs. At the same time, they can be mischievous and playful, seeking attention from their human friends when possible. They are an ideal pet for the elderly since they don’t require much exercise although they love to be let out to play in the yard during the day. Generally, fifteen-minute walks twice a day are enough to keep them healthy.

Families with young children will also find Frenchies an excellent choice for a pet, as they are easy to handle. French Bulldogs are typically good around children, although very young kids may need to be supervised around them. A French Bulldog is prone to separation anxiety when left alone for long periods; with the proper training, they will learn to deal with the situation in a proper manner. In general, however, when given the appropriate attention, Frenchies are not known to be excessive barkers.


Apart from being outstanding companion dogs, Frenchies are also good watchdogs, since they are protective of their families as well as being a bit territorial of their homes.

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