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Vintage French Bulldog Postcard – 1911

French Bulldogs/Frog Dogs of the Past seem to have burst out as stars in the burgeoning early-20th century postcard industry long before they became commercial favorites. This 1911 postcard of a 'French Bulldog at Attention' is no exception! ...

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Frog Dogs of the Past: Westminster Dog Show 1897

Its been quite a while since we've featured any Frenchies from days of yore in our Frog Dogs of the Past ...

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Frog Dogs of the Past: Vintage Frenchie Valentines

Turns out that Frenchies on Valentine's Day cards is nothing new. According to the French Bulldog Club of America, French Bulldogs have been gracing V-day cards since the early 1900's. Check out this collection of a few of our favorites:

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Frog Dogs of the Past: The French Bulldog Magazine, 1913

Although French Bulldogs as a breed were recognized by certain clubs as early as the 1850's, 1913 marked the first issue of "The French Bulldog: A Monthly Magazine Devoted to French Bulldogs" (seen below)....

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Frog Dogs of the Past: WWI-Era Jealous Frenchie

Some things stay the same across space and time. From the looks of this World War 1 era postcard the French Bulldo's, the quest for the spotlight has been going on for nearly a century!

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The Austrian Club for French Bulldogs: The Ultimate Guide to Frog Dogs of the Past

I was introduced to the Austrian French Bulldog Club (Österr Club Für Französische Bulldoggen) when its Chairman, Dr. Hannes Pramer, was kind enough to fill me in on the history behind the Flock of Frenchies photo first posted here about a month ...

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A Flock of Frenchies From the Past

Found through the Brazilian Clube do Bulldog Francês, we don't know much about this photograph of a girl and her gaggle of French Bulldogs- other than it being labelled 'vintage' and adorable! Let's just hope this doesn't end up on an ...

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Fonzie’s Triumph from Happy Days to be auctioned

I would be happy to get my mitts on even the most beaten-up Bonnie out there, but this is pretty darn cool... Henry Winkler, a.k.a. "The Fonz" on the 1949 Triumph TR5 he rode in the hit show Happy Days. Okay, so most of us ...

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Frog Dogs of the Past: Nobody Cares For Me

A Frenchie laughing at a young child with a serious case of the 'poor me's'... I've never felt closer to the batpig! This card is classic (in all senses of the word)! Bien joué!

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Frog Dogs of the Past: Abertigua 1920

I'm pretty sure those flowers aren't for the dog...at least based on the look on the girl's face. I'm guessing the batpig would not be interested in wearing a collar of that nature.

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Frog Dogs of the Past: Bert, 1931

Some things never change, and Frenchies certainly don't like to get left behind! I don't know much about this postcard, but the bumper-chasing bulldog is timeless!

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“Every Dog Has Its Day,” 1912

Frenchies rise in popularity coincided with a lot of other changes, the proliferation of the automobile for one, so it's no surprise that someone would want to include their frog dog on their sunday drive. Artist Will Frefe captures this little guy perfectly!

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