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Frog Dogs of the Past: Ponto of Never Never Land, 1916

This blast from the past (circa 1916) is the stud card for Ponto- a champion brindle bully hailing from Michigan by way of Never Never Land. This 22 lb boy, owned by French Bulldog breeder and aficionado F.A. Bailey was featured in Volume 25 of The Dog Fancier ...

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A Frenchie Revolution?

This photo from @kittimages and our tweeting french bulldog friend @teevagirl got us wondering what this meeting of the doggy minds might bring... A Frenchie Revolution perhaps? What would a #FrenchieRevolution bring? Adorabilité?

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Floating Frenchies

Not a naturally buoyant breed- French Bulldogs need all the help they can get when it comes to the floating department... ...

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Best Last Minute Gift for a Frenchie Owner? According to Modern Family- Dog Antlers.

If we're to take a cue from ABC's Modern Family (and, given the number of Emmys they've won, we probably should), when all else fails- go to a gas station and pick up some dog antlers. In Express Christmas (S03E10), Phil (Ty Burrell) gives ...

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Frenchie Friday November 4

Its been a few weeks, but we're happy to be back in action to wish some of our twitter Frenchie pals another fabulous Frenchie Friday! This week's featured friends (from top left): Fr_BullDogGaya, norico37, jinsound, ...

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Fat Bunnies and Frenchies: Greeting Cards from FatBunnyPress

Fat Bunny Press, run by artist Eva Hamden, has a gorgeous collection of cards featuring French Bulldogs. They strike a perfect balance between simplicity and artful-detail, and capture that upward round-eyed gaze that Frenchie owners come to know so well. The cards, available through the San Francisco-based outfit’s etsy store, ...

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Famous Frenchies: Marcel, the Face of Nars

  Nothing sells makeup like a Frenchie! I have no idea why the two are connected at all, but heck it got my attention! That collar is amazing, and is actually very similar to a lot of the pictures of collars I’ve seen on Frenchies in photos from the early ...

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Batpig works the camera.

I love those side-long glances…well, at least until boredom sets in.

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French Bulldog Friends

I can’t believe I’ve gone this long without knowing that French Bulldog Friends, a community for French Bulldog lovers, existed! In addition to being chock full of adorable pictures and videos of Frenchies in various states, it’s also a great resource for any information current or prospective French Bulldog owners ...

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X-Treme Frenchie Clothes

Yesterday the batpig, Toad (my black lab) and I took advantage of the clear weather to hit up the beach. We all had a great time, and batpig was happy as could be while running around with his soccer ball. However, with winds gusting up to 32 mph his coat ...

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the original…

I suppose if we're to dissect the phenomenon that is the batpig himself, then a thorough understanding of the subject is in order... Here's the batpig in what I like to think of his "Buddha" pose...

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Look-Alikes: Stitch

The resemblance is pretty undeniable with this one... Perhaps we have a front runner for some sort of ancestral batpig blueprint?

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Look-Alikes: Gremlins

Might as well start with the "obvious" ones- or at least the ones I hear at least once a month. I'll admit I've had my moments of thinking the batpig was acting like he was a gremlin ...

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About: the Batpig Code

Perhaps this is something that happens with all French Bulldogs, or maybe it's "batpig-specific", but the batpig and I are constantly asked [rhetorically, of course] "D'ya know what he looks like? A(n) [insert any creature other than a dog here]."

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16 Rockin’ Frog Dog Twitter Icons

I am constantly impressed by the creativity of some of our frenchie friends on twitter. Here is just a sample of some of our furry pals who are worth following even just to see they're faces pop up in your stream... Starting at top ...

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Just in Case You Didn’t Already Want to Move Your Frenchie To Japan

I am lost in the wilderness of the Japanese language as my iPad is refusing to translate, but you don't need to know a lick of Japanese- or English for that matter, to appreciate the cuteness of this Frog Dog Blog. (If anyone can figure out who i should be ...

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All You Need Is Dogs

From yet another talented artist on etsy, this piece by Boston artist Jillian Evelyn will certainly resonate with dog-lovers everywhere!

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Frog Dogs of the Past: “Lucky Dog” Pinup 1958

Gil Elvgren (1914-1980) has been touted as the Great American Pinup artist. So, of course, it's no surprise that he'd toss a Frenchie in the mix. His "Lucky Dog" pinup from 1958 features two little beauties (yeah, we've decided the girl's pretty okay looking too)... Lucky Dog

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Señor Picklesworth: a Mexican Chihuahua Who Draws A British Frenchie

I'd never have guessed that a chihuahua could capture the essence of Frenchie charm so well, but leave it to Señor picklesworth whose latest in his line of friends is a British French Bulldog named Mycroft, who was introduced to the world in late January: ...

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Bully Art by Jeanne Balsam

This talented artist captures Frenchies and an assortment of other animals is a wide array of situations, from plays off of Monet's Lilly pads to frog dog ears popping out of cupcake tins! As the artist herself writes on http://jeannebalsam.com : "Today my Bully Art focuses on just one ...

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Frog Dogs of the Past: A 1952 Frenchie-Ful Magazine Cover

Rustica Magazine was clearly ahead of its time in the adorableness department What can I say? I love batpigs, and I love olden-timey things (I'm pretty sure oldentimey is a technical term used by prominent history scholars).

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A Batpig-Bee!

I have to admit he didn't love those antennae... But even with those sad eyes, he's one beautiful bee!

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Je T’Aime: Frenchie’s Say it Best Valentine by sycamorestreetpress

via etsy.com Of course the Frenchie can best express it's love in it's native tongue! The Batpig is definitely my main squeeze! Did you remember your canine valentine?

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A Flurry of Batpigs

He looks so concerned!

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Frog Dogs of the Past: French Bulldog Postcard from 1915

  via worthpoint.com "Ne laissez rein perdre, économisez votre tabac." Evidently nothing says "save your tobacco" like a farting Frenchie! Very cute drawing, and just a cool piece of memorabilia.

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