Are Frenchies difficult to train?

As comfortable in an apartment as he is in a farm, he is much more lively than you may suspect from his chunky look. French Bulldog puppies are especially frisky, and ball chasing is among their passions. Adult Frenchies are more dignified and can be excellent couch potatoes, but also love to goof around and go for walks in cool weather.

Behavior around other Humans

Because they are people oriented and can possibly go a long way to pleasing their masters, French Bulldogs are rather easy to train. They require a professional dog trainer, a plethora of skills and tools for your job and, of course, dog food. One thing that you need to know beforehand is the function of food here. They can be a little stubborn, but so can just about every other breed of dog. You can create training into games to your Frenchie, he or she will want to play all the time.

The French Bulldog is amazingly sensitive, remembers what he sees, and reacts well to early, individual, persistent training that uses food and other different types of motivation.

Of all the pedigree Bulldogs, the French bulldogs are the smartest, possibly the reason for their relentlessness in pleasing their very best friend — man. If you change the training techniques into fun filled moments, your Frenchie will wish to play all the time. However, you need to be smart enough to find out the most effective ways of doing this.

House training your Frenchie

House training could be ideal for larger and more mature French Bulldogs as this type of pet is mature enough to understand a lot of training methods. To make the training better, focus on doing the actions as the pet sees instead of giving him the instructions for him to follow.

Most Frenchies are friendly with everyone, while others are a little reserved. French Bulldogs will bark to announce unknown people, but are otherwise silent dogs.

From an intelligence perspective, French Bulldogs perform quite well with all the non-sporting breeds and they are the most intelligent one of the bulldog breeds. According to the charts, they are about mid-range on the list of the breeds.


go with the temperament of short-faced breeds.

French Bulldogs are not a large breed of dog, but they are not a tiny dog breed either, therefore their messes really are something to be avoided. Luckily, Frenchie puppies (and normally Frenchie adults) are quite easy to potty train.

Come up with an easy program that revolves on its feeding and potty times. If you can’t manage your Bulldog, you can hire a professional dog trainer. Always watch for any signs that your small puppy is potty sniffing about, small barks, complaining and restlessness.

Let it know the “go potty’ command from the very first day of instruction. Create a habit of taking him outside and bringing him back to the same spot where the frenchie does its business. It helps the pup master and learn the “go potty” command.

The most important thing is that these are quite intelligent little dogs that wish to please, so if you train your Frenchie well enough, he or she will respond and learn well.

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