How can I take care of Long hair, Frenchie?

There are a few quick tips you can do to take care of your Long hair Frenchie:



  1. Brush their coat regularly to prevent mats and tangles from forming.
  2. bathe them regularly using a mild shampoo designed for dogs.
  3. Avoid letting them get too dirty or wet, which can lead to skin problems.
  4. trim their nails regularly to prevent overgrowth and to crack.
  5. Keep an eye on their diet and make sure they’re getting enough nutrients to support their coat.

Following these tips will help you keep your Long hair Frenchie healthy and looking their best!

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What is a long haired Frenchie?

While you might not have seen a French bulldog sporting long hair before, Long-hire Frenchie is a Frenchie with distinctive bat ears and a body that looks like a Frenchie. They have visible longer hair than the breed standard Frenchies. Their heads have slightly longer hair than their backs, and they have wavy hair. This breed of french Bulldog is extremely healthy and has rare genetics. French bulldogs have long, irregular hair due to the recessive gene.

Both parents should possess the recessive L4 gene, but they do not have to be long-haired. They don’t have to be carriers. A similar situation happens in human genetics. If both parents share the same gene for red hair, it is possible to have a child with this color.



Common Hair problem.

1 – Allergies

It would help if you were careful about what you feed your dog. This could be due to allergies to dust, grass pollen, or other substances. It is best to consult your veterinarian to determine the cause.

2 – Dandruff

This is often caused by poor quality food. Other possible causes include dry skin, parasites and low humidity.

Flea combs are not effective against dandruff. They don’t remove all the scales from the hair. Specific shampoos can only solve this problem. This shampoo should be used at least once per week.

3 – Hair loss

Dogs hair loss could be because your dog is going through hormonal changes, such as when it is due to go into heat or has recently been neutered. Sometimes, skin allergies can also be a problem. You should consult your veterinarian if you notice the symptoms. If it’s not an allergy, you can get corticoid injections.

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Hair caring of a Long Hair French Bulldog.

Frenchies can be very low-maintenance. If you give them regular food, water and cuddles, they will be happy. Although these Frenchies may have hair that is different from others, maintaining their curly hair is not difficult. They will need at most four baths per year. If they go outside frequently or get particularly dirty, they may require more. Regular brushing helps prevent excess shedding and removes dirt between baths. This self-cleaning brush works well for both short hair and long haired French Bulldogs. Dry shampoo can keep your dog’s coat clean and fresh between baths.



Brushing issues.

Many Long hired Frenchie breeders out there will sell you a beautiful color puppy that comes with an adorable name. This cute little furball will require brushing from the moment it arrives at your home. A standard brush for a bulldog is usually too large for a small face, so you may need to purchase a bristle brush designed specifically for face brushing. Ask your breeder what types of bristle brushes they use on their dogs because it will help you determine how often you should use them. Most reputable breeders will have the grooming tools you need for short haired and Long hired Frenchie.

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Long Haired French Bulldog colors.

The coat color’s that you will see in a Long Haired French Bulldog are black, blue, fawn, brindle, and pied. While many other coat colours can be found in the French Bulldog breed, these are the colors that are most commonly seen in a Long Haired Frenchie.

Those five colors can also be expressed in two different ways. The first way is called solid color, and the second is called merle color. Solid color means that the dog’s coat is one color with no patterns or markings. A merle coat is when the dog’s coat has patches of two different colors. For example, a black and white Long Haired Frenchie would be considered to have a merle coat.

There is no right or wrong color when it comes to the colors of a Long Haired French Bulldog. It simply comes down to personal preference. Some people prefer solid colors while others prefer merle colors. There is no correct answer for what color you should choose for your Long Haired Frenchie.


What are the differences between a Fluffy French Bulldog (fluffy Frenchie) and a standard French Bulldog?

In appearance, the Fluffy French Bulldog looks very similar to other Bulldog breeds. This dog breed’s main difference is their slightly longer and fluffier hair. Fluffy Frenchies are often called “long-haired” because their fur is shorter than the average French Bulldog. However, they have a different long hair gene. It is better to be called “medium length”. Fluffy Frenchie has “bat ears” straight upon their heads. They are prominent and tall.




If you are thinking about getting a Long Haired French Bulldog, you should be prepared to take care of its coat. This means that you will need to brush your dog regularly and give it baths when necessary. You should also be aware of the different color patterns found in a Long Haired Frenchie. Ultimately, deciding what color to choose for your dog is up to you. Whatever color you choose, remember that taking care of your dogs coat is an important part of being a responsible dog owner.

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