Breed Origin: England
Breed Group: Non-Sporting
19 to 28 pounds
Males 28 pounds maximum
Females 28 pounds maximum
Although some uncertainty surrounds the ancestry of the French Bulldog, the English Bulldog must have played some role. A story that explains their shared appearances describes the export of small and toy-sized English Bulldogs to France in the mid-19th century. Crosses there with unknown dogs produced the distinctive domed head and "bat-shaped" ears that distinguish the French dog from its English cousins. Many qualities recommend the French Bulldog as a pet - a clean coat, small size and a sweet disposition. Owners have found that these alert dogs make effective, but generally quiet, watchdogs.
Other Names: Bouledogue Français, Frenchie, Felix, Twinkie, T-Bone, Tbone, Cash
Fairly accurate as far as I can tell...not sure where the heck it got all of the "Other Names"! Cash? T-Bone?