Louis finds himself at WARS through no fault of his own. He is a bit of a cheeky chappy when he wants to be. He can be unsure at times of meeting new people, even being a little fearful, but with careful introductions he will soon form a bond with his carers. He has sadly been attacked by a dog when he was younger, so due to this he is quite wary of other dogs, and is not comfortable when he is to close or if they are in his space, he will tell them off. But he will walk with other dogs, assuming they are at a comfortable distance and showing him no interest. Being a French Bulldog, his breathing is at times a little laboured and as he can sometimes get very excited, ways need to be fund to keep him calm so he does not get over stimulated.
Louis would need to be the only pet in the home, preferably in an adult only environment so he does not find himself feeling overwhelmed. Experience with his breed would be beneficial, understanding that exercise needs to be monitored so they do not over heat or have their breathing compromised.
Related to both the American Bulldog and English Bulldog, the French Bulldog is smaller in size and is an exceptionally playful and good-natured character that easily adapts to different lifestyles and home environments making them one of the most popular companion dogs not only in the UK, but elsewhere in the world too. Frenchies crave lots of attention and like nothing more than to spend time with their owners. One of their most endearing traits is their willingness to please and although they can be stubborn, when carefully handled Frenchies can be taught to do some amazing things.