French Bulldog Unhealthy Breed. The breed is the result of a cross between Toy Bulldogs imported from England. The English and French Bulldogs are unfortunately a pretty unhealthy breed, to no fault of their own.
Yes, but without competition, who will we be competing against and without teaching people what is right, it will be done irresponsibly. [Image credit: Dog Breed Standards But those taller, leaner, less-wrinkled Many breeders simply deny that the bulldog has any unusual problems. "It is a myth that the Bulldog is inherently unhealthy by virtue of its conformation. They breed French Bulldogs to try and help the breed live longer, healthier lives by breeding out or circumventing bad health problems.
This is because French Bulldogs have very slim hips, making the male unable to mount the female to reproduce naturally.
The French Bulldog is spirited, caring, and kindhearted.
There is nothing middle-of-the-road about this breed. French Bulldogs need room for growing, particularly the hips and their articulations. French bulldog breeding is really an Art because there are so many factors going into a successful Frenchie breeding program: genetics, heredity, pedigrees, health, feedback loop, morphology, training, while also working hard advertising and promoting your own kennel name.