The Frenchie Pug (aka, the "Frug") is more of a lapdog than an active pooch; however, as the parent breeds (French Bulldog and Pug) tend to gain weight without regular activity, it is imperative that the Frenchie Pug get a minimum of thirty minutes of daily activity in order to remain happy and healthy, especially as an adult dog. The easiest exercise for a dog that prefers to be sedentary is walking - you can do this at the city park or a local dog park if one is available. In addition, the dog park offers fun activity stations that can change up your play time.
The Frenchie Pug is a delightful little pooch who really enjoys lounging on the couch with you, but, in order to keep them healthy, regular exercise is necessary. You can spend time walking together, or you can visit the dog park. You might take a swim together (never leave the Frenchie Pug unsupervised while swimming). You might simply just enjoy being outdoors together. Always watch for signs of exertion and keep water handy. You'll make your Frenchie Pug's day just spending time together!