What You Need to Know About French Bulldog Breathing

What You Need to Know About French Bulldog Breathing

6 Replies to “What You Need to Know About French Bulldog Breathing”

  1. February 9, 2019 Evelyn Bowen

    Thank you for the information. My questions is this : if there is such a problem then why not try to reverse the problem with the snout to make it a little bit longer. I know the breed might not be as cute but they would be more comfortable. So what did they look like before they were altered?

  2. March 17, 2019 Tina hewitt

    Just bought a frenchie travelled a few hrs n he got really panty how do help him calm down

    1. March 19, 2019 Frankie

      Hey Tina,

      Frenchie’s are susceptible to hot temperatures which is usually why they pant excessively. It can also be caused by anxiety.

      If it is heat then you need to find a way to cool them down – air conditioning, ice packs, water, for example. Anxiety, on the other hand, is a much more complex issue.

      As always, if you have concerns we recommend speaking with your vet.

    2. April 13, 2019 Donna

      We give are french bulldog pup ice cubes and that helps open windows for fresh air

      1. April 18, 2019 Will Blunt

        Thanks for sharing Donna!

        1. June 17, 2019 Kind

          Problems arise because of greedy breeders,there are so many dogs in rescue homes,not through they’re fault but stupid humans or circumstansial change.give these guys a chance and stop lining the pockets of breeders


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