Facts & Origin
The Frenchnese: A charming cross between the French Bulldog and the Havanese.
The Frenchnese, a cross between the adorable French Bulldog and the charming Havanese, is a truly unique breed. This hybrid dog combines the distinctive physicality of the French Bulldog with the gentle and friendly nature of the Havanese.
While the exact origins of the Frenchnese are undocumented, this cross was likely bred in recent decades with the goal of creating a small, friendly and adaptable dog for families and individuals.
All in all, the Frenchnese is a friendly and adaptable dog that can fit well into many different living situations. He is a wonderful companion and with proper care and attention, he can be a beloved part of the family .
|Origin||France - Cuba|
|Life expectancy||10 - 15 years|
|Care requirements||low-maintenance - high-maintenance|
|Activity level||average - low|
|FCI group||not recognised|
|AKC group||not recognised|
|KC group||not recognised|
Attitude, character and temperament of the breed
Possible character traits
The Frenchnese is friendly, playful and intelligent. He is a true companion dog and loves to be around his people. He often inherits the happy and playful nature of the Havanese and the sturdy and loving nature of the French Bulldog. He can be an excellent choice for families with children or other pets, provided he is properly socialized and trained.
Suitability and attitude
The Frenchnese is well suited to a variety of living circumstances. His small to medium size and adaptability make him a good choice for living in an apartment or house with a small yard. He requires moderate exercise to stay healthy and happy, and appreciates both playtime and cuddly time with his humans.
Care and health
Grooming of the Frenchnese can vary depending on the type of coat he has. If he inherits the longer coat of the Havanese, regular brushing and possibly professional grooming will be necessary. If his coat takes more after the French Bulldog, less grooming may be necessary. Health-wise, Frenchnese can be prone to the health problems found in their parent breeds, including hip dysplasia and respiratory problems. Regular veterinary checkups are important to ensure the health of your Frenchnese.
What does this mixed breed look like?
The appearance of the Frenchnese can vary greatly depending on what characteristics it inherits from its parent breeds. In general, however, he is small to medium in size with a robust body structure. His coat can be short to medium in length and a variety of colors. His eyes are often large and expressive, and his face often shows a mixture of the broad muzzle of the French Bulldog and the friendly smile of the Havanese.
Can occur in a number of breeds, regardless of genetic makeup.
Dogs with shortened muzzles can often experience respiratory problems.
Herniated disc in dogs (discopathy). Herniated discs or dachshund paralysis cause dogs severe pain.
This dog is usually described as small to medium in size.
A frenchnese can be available in different colors such as black, tan, white and gray.
Yes, Frenchnese are suitable for families and get along very well with children.