Oreo - Our Französische Bulldogge
Here is a little update on Oreo. He is doing very well and is very use to his new home. We have let him smell almost everything. We don’t let him get on the furniture or on the tables because we believe dogs are suppose to only be on there furniture. We bought him a bigger crate becacuse the one he came in smelled since he had accidents in them and the crate was full of oil in the outside so we decided to get a bigger and newer one. He loves his new family. He already went to the vet and they said he was very healthy. They gave him a shot. Oreo hasn’t cried but he barks when we put him in the cage because since he plays with his toys he wants to get the treat thats in one of the toys so he gets mad and he starts barking. We are so happy with are new dog he is very very intelligent and we couldn’t have gotten him if it wasn’t for all the help and patience you put into this. We gladly appreciate everything and we will send you pictures of him and his new home when we get a chance……………
Stephanie, Oreo, and Roland
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The French Bulldog was originally developed in England. In the 1860s, imported French dog breeders, some of these very small Bulldogs from Great Britain and bred them with French Terriers.
AKC Non-sporting Dogs, FCI Group IX.: Companion and Toy Dogs, TKC Utility
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