How much does a French bulldog weigh?
The American Kennel Club standard says they are not to weigh over 28 lbs.
English bulldog....... http://www.greatdogsite.com/admin/uploaded_files/1191000013english_bulldog.jpg French bulldog....... http://images.teamsugar.com/files/upl0/0/3620/07_2008/french%20bulldog.jpg both are very unique but they have different qualities. English bulldogs seem to be bigger and bulkier as apposed to French bulldogs are smaller and thinner.
The closest relative of the English bulldog is by far the French Bulldog. The french bulldog came to be, by breeding dwarf English Bulldogs together until they formed their own unique breed. There are also a number of other dogs that descended from the bulldog including American Bulldogs, Boston Terriers, and Bull Mastiffs.
All over the world, there about 4 major type of bulldogs that have been recognized for many years. These types of bulldog are the Alapaha blue blood bulldog, the American bulldog, the Aussie Bulldog, the Banter bulldog, the Bulldoque campeiro, the Catahoula bulldog, the Dorset olde Tyme Bulldog, the French bulldog, the Cade Bou, the Olde English Bulldog, the Victorian Bulldog, the Valley bulldog, the English bulldog and the old Boston bulldog.
The Miniature Bulldog or "Toy Bulldog", as it's also known, is a cross between an English Bulldog and a Pug thought to be extinct. They were developed and used to create the French Bulldog. Which contrary to popular belief, did not originate in France but in England along side of the Boston Terrier, a cross between the Toy Bulldog, the White English Terrier, along with an infusion of French Bulldog in the 19th Century. The…
The French Bulldog originated in 19th Century Nottingham, England, where Lace makers decided to make a smaller, miniature, lap version of the English Bulldog, that were referred to as "toy" bulldogs. In the 1860's when the Industrial Revolution drove the craftsmen to France they took their dogs with them. The toy bulldogs became popular in France and were given the name the, "French Bulldog". The breed eventually made its way back to England for dog…