Is Long hair Frenchie a good family dog?

Yes, the long haired Frenchie is a great family dog. They are gentle and affectionate, and they get along well with children. They also have a lot of energy and enjoy playing fetch and walking. However, they require some grooming due to their long hair, so if you’re not up for that, then a short-haired French Bulldog might be better.



Long haired French Bulldog.

The French Bulldog is a popular breed in America, and they have received high praise for it. French Bulldogs tend to have short hair, and many dog owners and novice breeders have difficulty imagining long-haired dogs. One exists, and it is genetically very similar to the French Bulldog.

However, the American Kennel Club (AKC) doesn’t recognize them for being a distinct breed because they are part of a larger group. Because of their breeding, they cannot participate in AKC dog shows and other events. Hybrids are sometimes accused of being purebred dogs with distinctive features. But there has been a shift in kennel culture, and rare dogs are now being sought after and celebrated. Dog breeders may even be able to select the L4 gene and produce litters of long-haired Frenchies.

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

The coat is the main difference between a Fluffy French Bulldog and a long-haired French Bulldog. A Fluffy French Bulldog has a short, dense coat, while a long haired French Bulldog has a longer, silkier coat. Both types of Frenchie have been known to shed moderately. Another difference is that Fluffy Frenchie Bulldogs typically have fewer wrinkles than their long haired counterparts. Finally, long haired Frenchies are less common than Fluffy Frenchies, so they may be harder to find and more expensive.

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Long Haired Frenchie temperament.

Long hair is not associated with temperament. A French Bulldog with long hair will display the same disposition as its short-haired counterparts. Each Frenchie is unique and has its personality. However, the classic traits of the breed include their desire to spend time with family members, intelligence, playfulness, and a strong passion for affection. They are best suited for households with someone available to keep them company and frequently interact with them. If they have to be left alone for long periods, they can develop separation anxiety. If their owners aren’t able to provide them with enough opportunities for problem-solving and play, they can become bored. They need to be occupied, so they often engage in destructive behaviors such as chewing.



Long Haired Frenchie health issue.

Long-haired Frenchies can also be at risk for the same health issue’s as short-haired Frenchies. French Bulldogs can be described as a brachycephalic dog breed. They have flattened, round faces. This is a familiar look for a companion dog. However, it can lead to severe breathing difficulties and heat exhaustion.

All French Bulldogs, regardless of their coat color and coat type, are predisposed to hip dysplasia (one in three dogs affected) or patella luxation (one in twenty dogs affected). These painful conditions can cause lameness and require costly surgery. A little over a third (33%) of French people also have hemivertebrae, malformed spine bones that cause paralysis and pain. About a third of French people also have allergies. These are sometimes distressing and can be frustratingly hard to diagnose and treat. French Bulldogs are generally not healthy, and their quality of living is often affected by chronic conditions.

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Long Haired Frenchie and kids.

French Bulldogs are gentle and loving dogs that enjoy the company of their family, especially children. They are patient, good-natured, and have a lot of energy. They will play fetch and go for walks with kids, but they also require some grooming due to their long hair. If you’re not up for that, then a short-haired French Bulldog might be better.




French Bulldogs possess all the personality traits that dog owner’s want in a pet. Long hair French Bulldogs are calm and affectionate, just like their short-haired counterparts. Even though they take some time to get to know new people and pets, they are very easy to get along with. They don’t need much exercise but they’re not the kind of dog that can be left alone all day. It is important to set aside time each day for play and walks. They are social dogs, so if you have one Frenchie, it is worth adding two or three more. Otherwise, your pet may become lonely, which will manifest in their behavior.




There are many benefits to having a long-haired Frenchie dog breed as part of your family. They make great companion dogs and are relatively low maintenance when it comes to grooming. They do require some exercise, but not as much as other breeds of dogs. If you’re looking for a loving, loyal, and fun-loving pet, then a long-haired French Bulldog is perfect.

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