Information - French Bulldog

The French Bulldog is a strong, compact, stocky little dog, with a big square head that has a curved forehead. The muzzle is wide and deep with a well distinct stop. The nose is black, however could be lighter in lighter colored dogs. The upper lips droop down over the lower lips. The teeth meet up in an under bite and the lower chin is square and deep. The round, prominent eyes are put broad apart and are dark in color.

The bat ears place erect, are wide at the bottom narrowing in a triangular form and curved at the tips. The height at the withers to the ground should be just about the identical as the length from withers to the bottom of the tail. The tail is also straight or cork-screw. The chest is wide and deep with the face of the dog being wider than the backside end, forming a pear shape. The Dewclaws could be detached. The medium-fine coat is small and soft. The skin is slack forming crinkles around the head and shoulders. Skin colors contain brindle, fawn, white, and mixtures of brindle or fawn among white.