Awesome, that’s just one word to describe the French bulldog. It’s no wonder why so many people today are buying French bulldogs and making them their pets. Here are more adjectives to describe the French bulldog, they are very loyal, intelligent, playful, and has a personality that will be able to match with any person. The price you pay for such a creature comes back a thousand fold when you discover that it’s such a good companion.

But, that companionship may not last a long time if you discover that the French bulldog pup that you just bought has health concerns. It’s not only the money, but also the emotional investment that you have given. As a matter of fact, a French bulldog is a breed that has the potential to suffer from many different health issues, some of them are even considered serious. Knowing this now, it’s imperative that any person, or families, that is considering buying a French bulldog should know about these health concerns and learn how to properly buy a French bulldog that is healthy so as not to waste not only their time, but also their financial and emotional investment.

The first thing that you should do, like in any kind of purchase, is to do your research. Learn more about the different health concerns that can plague the French bulldog breed. This way, you will be able to ask significant questions to the breeders. You can make sure that the health concerns are not present in the puppy or in their lineage. Always be prepared, French bulldogs don’t come cheap, and because they are so lovable, you my just buy one without asking about any health concerns. In the long run, you will incur more expenses for their vet bills. Plus, if they die young, you may just get a broken heart.

Go only to reputable breeders who do health tests on their French bulldog puppies. Well, every good breeder should do so. Reputable breeder should know that any breed, and any creature, has health problems. It is imperative that they should do health tests to ensure that their kennel would have a good track record. Don’t get easily impressed by their awards, it may just be a cover up, they may only show you their good breeds, but eventually, somewhere along the line, a puppy may develop health issues. And it may be your bad luck to pick that dog.

Make sure that the breeder provides you with a written guarantee or warranty. This warranty should assure you that the French bulldog you just bought is healthy and upon a certain period of time will refund you or replace your dog with another dog of your choice if any health issues arise.

Admittedly, there is no one hundred percent assurance that you will get a French bulldog that wont get any health problems. But at least, you have made the steps to ensure that the chances are slim that they will develop major health concerns.

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