Puppies sometimes available to loving pet homes only

                

                

Welcome to Avenir Pedigrees a small in-house kennel located on Brisbane's Southside, Queensland, Australia.

The French Bulldog, or Frenchie as it is fondly referred to is a delightful companion. Each Frenchie has a unique personality, which makes owning just the one difficult, and many new owners find that they soon want to add another Frenchie to their family.

A Frenchie is a loyal friend who requires plenty of companionship and thrives on being with the people who love them. They are not suited to total outdoor life, though with their small size and short hair it makes them quite a good housedog.

Please feel free to browse through our website, and don't forget to send us an email.

We look forward to sharing our enthusiasm for French Bulldogs with like minded people for years to come.

                                      

                         

 

Avenir French Bulldogs uses and recommends  Manly Road Vet Hospital for all their medical needs. Local Brisbane vet clinic is also 24/7.They will take the best care of your special Frenchie and tell them that Alisa from Avenir sent you.


French Bulldogs

Physical description



French bulldogs are a compact, muscular dog with a smooth coat, snub nose and solid bone structure. Their physical appearance is characterized by naturally occurring 'bat ears' that are wide at the base and rounded at the top. Their tails are naturally short, not cropped, straight or screwed but not curly.

Under the American Kennel Club and Canadian Kennel Club standards, weight is not to exceed 28 pounds (13 kg). In general, "Frenchies" range in weight between 20 and 28 pounds. The FCI does not set a hard and fast weight limit, simply stating 'The weight must not be below 8 kg nor over 14 kg for a bulldog in good condition, size being in proportion with the weight'.

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