You shouldn’t buy a French bulldog if you’re looking for a quiet, low-maintenance pet that won’t demand your attention.
Originally bred as companion dogs, French bulldogs don’t do well if left alone for extended periods.
As a short-nosed breed, they’re prone to allergies and respiratory problems, so veterinary bills can be high.
Other reasons why you shouldn’t buy a French bulldog include:
- They need constant attention.
- They fart profusely.
- They also eat whatever they find, and then vomit.
Many French bulldog owners find these traits adorable and perhaps these are some of the reasons why they’re the second most popular breed in the USA today.