French Buillon Breed Maintenance
The French Bulldog side of the French Buillon is easy to care for. They have simple coats that do not need to be clipped and only brushed weekly. This breed does not need to be bathed often and when they do require it, the task is simple. The long and silky coat of the Papillon may look high maintenance, but they are in fact easy to maintain. These dogs will need to be brushed two to three times each week but do not need scheduled baths. Although this breed may benefit from occasional trims, it is a fairly easy task and does not require the help of a professional groomer. The coat of your French Buillon may be an even mix between the parents or could be short if the French Bulldog genes are prominent, and in turn, long if the Papillon traits are stronger. Clean your dog’s ears regularly to prevent ear infections, which should be done about once a month. You must keep your dog’s teeth and gums healthy too, which will require toothbrushing every day, or at least two or three times per week minimum. Trim your dog’s nails regularly as well. They should be checked and cared for every one or two months.