Help the sista out!
Laser cut and engraved wooden french bulldog badge.
Made from 4mm MDF with bronze pin on the back
Perfect little present or accessory to jazz up you favourite jumper.
Made by one of the followers who is saving up for a frog dog of her own.
There is some more cute stuff on her Etsy page.
This is Reggie! He is 9 weeks old.
This is Flip. He is 11weeks old. Waiting for his first glass of green beer!
Well, I suspect you might have gotten a mix, since pure bred dogs rarely end up in shelters (when coming from a decent breeder/owner pure French bulldogs will have a microchip or a tattoo, proving their pedigree). But you never know, you might be lucky and get a 100% Frenchie to name yours.
Here is a standard for a French bulldog to compare with: http://i66.photobucket.com/albums/h251/xeh858/french_bulldog.jpg
If you happen to have an English-French bulldog mix, he will be bigger than average Frenchie, with droopy ears, more visible underbite, generally more chunkier and wrinklier, with wider chest and thicker legs. Something like this: http://www.snorable.org/.a/6a00e54efb75da88330163041908d6970d-500wi
Boston/Frenchie mix gives quite opposite results. You get same flat faced doggy, but leaner, with smaller head, with longer legs and often resembling the typical Boston head markings. Something like this: http://pawsitivelypicturesblog.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/04/TampaPetPhotographer21.jpg
I hope I answered your question. If you send us photos of your dog, it will be easier to tell. But anyways - respect to you and your family on adopting a shelter dog, I am sure he makes your days brighter, as you do with his.