I paid way too much for my frenchie. Turned out to be the most aggressive, territorial, manipulating and destructive dog in the house. He will urinate on his own food. If you set your purse down for a second, “Boom!” peed on. He has to be muzzled to be seen by the vet. He has never tested me personally, but he has attempted to bite my children’s faces off. He barks at anything with wheels, including vaccume cleaners and he even barked continuously at a piece of macaroni dropped on the floor. On July 4th, he maimed and killed an entire litter of kittens within 10 minutes. He must always be supervised. He can’t be crated because he will continue to bark endlessly. The problem, the owners. Yes, my 13 year old daughter and my husband. They spoiled the dog rotten. Never scolded him for any misbehavior. Ever. “Bubba” is in charge of the entire house and the people in the house. My husband won’t let me find him another home. If I didn’t have 6 other rescued dogs and 2 cats, 4 kids whom I Homeschool and CANCER, I would train him myself. But I can’t get an abusive husband to agree with me, or help me at all. If you want a good dog, go to a shelter. Adopt an older dog. Learn everything you can about his?her personality. If you must get a puppy, a Frenchie, please don’t treat him like a human baby. Big mistake! They ARE cute, and they are entertaining, but I wouldn’t recommend this breed to anyone with children. And don’t “fall” for the brindle or “blue” load of crap from a breeder. It is a serious mutation, thats all it is. Sorry to bash the little fellow, but he has made my life miserable.
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