Do French Bulldogs Shed a Lot? You need to know


Frenchies are known as one of the most popular breeds in the World. The French bulldog coat is a unique combination of soft, short and shiny hair that makes them a great companion pet and family member.

Although the French Bulldog is generally considered to have low-shedding coat, it still sheds as per the shedding patterns of all other dogs.

Why is my Frenchie shedding so much?

While all dogs shed, some tend to shed more than others.

It is normal for all dogs to shed, but it definitely is not harmful to your dog. Support your tiny friend in battling the unwanted undercoat by brushing it.

What affects French bulldog shedding?

There are different factors to be considered when you're seeking information about French bulldog shedding: age, weather, coat type, and nutrition.

Frenchie puppies shed a lot more than adult dogs, because they grow that soft, puppy hair coat and they release it while they're still young. During the summer, most puppies shed their undercoats to stay cool and keep from overheating.

How to Groom Your French Bulldog Correctly

To ensure that your batpig's coat is shiny and healthy, feed her food rich in Omega 3 and 6 fatty acids together with lots of fruits which are an excellent source of antioxidants.

Brushing Your French Bulldog

Combs and brushes will be your best friend when it comes to managing France bulldog fur.

The Frenchie needs a weekly brushing, especially during the shedding season. Get a medium-bristle brush or hard rubber-toothed comb.

And, maybe this is most important, you can find this great product in our shop!

French Bulldog Shower Brush

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The silicone French Bulldog Shower Brush is a perfect complement to your grooming routine. This dog brush creates a superior brushing experience to other brushes on the market.

Protect your living place

Don’t let your world be covered in your dog’s hair. Give them a comfortable place to sleep and have cozy blankets on the sofa that stay clean longer.

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