How to Draw a French Bulldog
The French Bulldog is the result of a cross between Toy Bulldogs from England and terriers from Paris, which began in the mid-nineteenth century in order to make the Bulldog more of a companion than a sporting dog. They are still popular today, but it’s important to understand all of their benefits and drawbacks before getting one as a pet.
Start with the nose and add eyes, lines, and spots. Trace with a marker and color. Add shadows and highlights to the animal’s face and body with a light gray crayon.
Are French Bulldogs easy going?
If you value cleanliness, the French Bulldog may not be the dog for you, as he is prone to drooling, flatulence, and shedding, as well as being difficult to housetrain.
Why you shouldn’t buy a French bulldog?
Veterinarians warn owners of “Frenchies” to expect a lifetime of expensive medical bills due to the dogs’ proclivity for ear infections (due to their unnaturally narrow ear canals), diarrhea (in particular, French bulldog puppies have ultra-sensitive digestive systems), and pinkeye (due to their unnaturally narrow ear canals).
Why do French Bulldogs cry so much?
Why do French Bulldogs cry? French Bulldogs, especially puppies, cry for a variety of reasons, including attention, food, and the need to go to the bathroom, as well as separation anxiety (read more about this).
Do French Bulldogs fart a lot?
Many French Bulldogs suffer from flatulence, which is a fancy word for farting. A few farts here and there can be amusing, but excessive gas can make it difficult to be around your Frenchie. Fortunately, these rancid farts are usually nothing to worry about; Bulldogs are just gassy.