French Bull Tzu

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Breed Attributes

General

Breed group:     Type: Hybrid    Talent: , ,

Physical

Size: Small     Weight: 10-30 pounds     Fur length: Short    Ears: Pointy    Fur type: Straight    Fur Color: Black, Black & White, Brown & White, Dark Brown / Chocolate, Light Brown / Golden, White / Cream

ATTRIBUTES

Life Expectancy: 12-16 years    Rarity: Common    Availability: Hard to find    Climate: Not good for warm climate.

Breed Details

General

The French Bull Tzu is a mix between a French Bulldog and a Shih Tzu purebreds. They are called hybrid dogs because they originate from cross breeding of two different pure breed dogs and have characteristics and features of both parent breeds.

The French Bull Tzu dogs are small in size, standing not more than 12 inches and weighing around 10 -30 pounds. They are loving and cheerful dogs.

Color

The French Bull Tzu dogs are found in different colours like black, brown, red and white or a mix of these colours.

Coat

They have medium to long length silky and fine coat.

Personality

The French Bull Tzu dogs are loving and affectionate and love human company. They like to spend their time with their family. They are not very social dogs and need early obedience and socialization training. With proper training, these hybrids are good with children and other pets in the house. These dogs are playful and happy going. The French Bull Tzu dogs are alert to their surroundings and make good watch dogs. They are good family and companion dogs.

Care

Their coat may need regular grooming and brushing.

Training

The French Bull Tzu dogs are easy to train but they can be occasionally stubborn and willful. This behavior can be overcome by consistent and firm training sessions.

Activity

The French Bull Tzu dogs need daily walks although indoor and outdoor play will take care of most of their exercise needs but it is no substitute for a dog's primal instinct to walk.

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