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First Time Frenchie Owner
First things first, make sure you get the best equipment for your new puppy. Like crate, bed, toys etc. Higher quality means better safety as a general rule. But, by far the most important aspect is, the training. Make sure you get the best trainer you can and if they have any experience with French Bulldog puppies all the better. Fail to train your puppy correctly early on and you will potentially have trouble for the rst of the dog’s life. They can be somewhat headstrong, particularly if not trained correctly.
Bed – A Favorite Place
So, your new pup’s bed. A cable crate, with a bed in it usually works really well. As for dimensions, probably the best for a Frenchie pup is something near to 24″ X 16″ X 18″. Not too obtrusive. The most effective part regarding use of a wired crate is that it is very easy to transport. As soon as you take the bed linen out, you can quickly and easily fold the crate and pack it up. In the winter, you may additionally want to make sure the crate has a covering and ensure the crate is wawy from draughts so that your French Bulldog puppies can stay warm.
This will become a favorite place for your dog, French Bulldogs are known to like a lie in, in the morning! Most owners I know do tend to leave the crate up during the day. This wonderful breed does have a lack of stamina so they are liable to toddle along for a nap at any time if it all gets a bit much.
And, of course, you need bowls for food and water.
Otherwise enjoy the fun and friendship your new puppy is sure to bring you!