We’re thrilled to share everything we know about Big Rope French Bulldogs. Since 2019, we’ve been building the foundation for this unique breed in the UK. These dogs have distinct features that set them apart from your average French Bulldogs. There’s a unique lineage to Big Rope French Bulldogs that truly adds to their charm, and we’re excited to take you on a journey through their world.
- A Primer on Big Rope French Bulldogs:
- Journey of Big Rope French Bulldogs at JRC:
- Characteristics of Big Rope French Bulldogs:
- How to Care for Your Big Rope Frenchie?
- Frequently Asked Questions About Big-Rope French Bulldogs
- What is a Big Rope French Bulldog?
- What makes Big Rope French Bulldogs different from standard French Bulldogs?
- How did the Big-Rope French Bulldog originate?
- How can I tell if my puppy is a Big Rope French Bulldog?
- How should I care for a Big Rope French Bulldog?
- Are Big-Rope French Bulldogs good family pets?
- Can Big-Rope French Bulldogs cope with extreme weather?
- How often should I clean the ‘rope’ on my Big-Rope French Bulldog?
- Are Big-Rope French Bulldogs more expensive than standard French Bulldogs?
- Do Big-Rope French Bulldogs have any specific health concerns?
A Primer on Big Rope French Bulldogs:
Big-Rope French Bulldogs are not your standard Frenchie. The name “Big Rope” refers to the distinctive fold of skin, or ‘rope’, across the top of the dog’s nose, giving them a unique and unmistakable appearance. These dogs carry the typical characteristics of a French Bulldog; they have large heads, stocky bodies, and their demeanor is every bit as friendly as their traditional counterparts.
These French Bulldogs are not only unique, but they’re also growing in popularity. Despite their small size, they are stocky and robust. The personality traits that make French Bulldogs so beloved remain intact, yet they offer a new twist on an old favorite.
One thing to note, though, is that these Frenchies are usually priced higher than the average ones due to their rarity and unique appearance.
Journey of Big Rope French Bulldogs at JRC:
Our fascination with Big Rope French Bulldogs began when we brought Pikachu, a cream Big-Rope male, along with two other cream Big-Rope girls, Evie and Peaches, to the UK. Their unique looks instantly enamored us, and the rest, as they say, is history.
Since then, these unique French Bulldogs have introduced us to some fantastic opportunities and unforgettable moments. We had the honor of meeting football legend Tim Cahill in 2019 when his family adopted a Big Rope Frenchie puppy for his 40th birthday.
Our second Big-Rope Frenchie, Fendi, found a home with Danielle Lloyd, a renowned influencer. We’ve also had the pleasure of serving TV personality Chloe Ferry, who adopted Nala, a blue fawn Big-Rope Frenchie. It’s been a surreal experience, one that we cherish, knowing that these dogs have found loving homes with individuals we’ve admired and respected.
Characteristics of Big Rope French Bulldogs:
Apart from the big rope of wrinkles on their nose, Big Rope French Bulldogs share the same characteristics as standard French Bulldogs. They are:
Affectionate and Loyal:
Known for their friendly personality, Big Rope French Bulldogs form strong bonds with their families and are excellent companions.
Playful and Energetic:
Don’t let their small size fool you. These dogs are bundles of energy and love engaging in physical activities.
Big-Rope French Bulldogs are smart and can be trained with consistent efforts. They enjoy activities that stimulate their minds.
These French Bulldogs are alert and protective of their families. They make great watchdogs, barking to alert their owners of any unusual activities.
Just like their standard counterparts, Big-Rope French Bulldogs are prone to specific health issues. Regular vet check-ups are recommended to ensure they remain in good health.
How to Care for Your Big Rope Frenchie?
Caring for a Big-Rope French Bulldog is like caring for a standard Frenchie but with some additional considerations. The ‘rope’ on their face needs regular cleaning to prevent infections or irritations. Here are some tips:
Use a damp cloth or a baby wipe to gently clean the wrinkles on their face.
Despite their short coat, these dogs do shed. Regular brushing helps keep their coat shiny and reduces shedding.
These energetic dogs need regular physical activity to keep fit and prevent obesity.
A balanced diet is key to maintaining their overall health. Consult with your vet for a suitable diet plan.
Regular Vet Check-ups:
Routine vet visits help catch any potential health problems early.
Avoid Extreme Temperatures:
Due to their short snouts, Big-Rope French Bulldogs can have difficulty regulating their body temperature. Avoid keeping them in extreme weather conditions for extended periods.
In conclusion, Big-Rope French Bulldogs are a unique and exciting take on the beloved French Bulldog breed. With their distinct ‘rope’ of wrinkles, charming personalities, and robust bodies, they’re a breed worth celebrating. If you’re ready to bring a new pet into your home, consider the loveable and unique Big-Rope French Bulldog.
Frequently Asked Questions About Big-Rope French Bulldogs
What is a Big Rope French Bulldog?
A Big Rope French Bulldog is a unique variant of the French Bulldog breed, characterized by a distinctive fold of skin, or ‘rope’, across the top of their nose.
What makes Big Rope French Bulldogs different from standard French Bulldogs?
The primary difference is the distinct ‘rope’ across their nose. They also tend to have larger heads and a more stocky build than standard French Bulldogs.
How did the Big-Rope French Bulldog originate?
Big-Rope French Bulldogs come from a particular lineage of the breed. They carry the genes for the distinctive ‘rope’ across their nose, which can only be passed on if at least one parent is a Big-Rope French Bulldog.
How can I tell if my puppy is a Big Rope French Bulldog?
To be a Big Rope French Bulldog, the puppy must come from Big-Rope parents. It would be best if you also look for the characteristic ‘rope’ of wrinkles on their nose.
How should I care for a Big Rope French Bulldog?
Caring for a Big-Rope French Bulldog is similar to caring for standard French Bulldogs. However, the wrinkles on their face need special attention to avoid infections or irritations. Regular vet check-ups, a balanced diet, and regular exercise, are also crucial.
Are Big-Rope French Bulldogs good family pets?
Yes, like standard French Bulldogs, Big-Rope French Bulldogs are known for their friendly, affectionate, and protective nature, making them great family pets.
Can Big-Rope French Bulldogs cope with extreme weather?
Big-Rope French Bulldogs can struggle with extreme weather conditions due to their short snouts, which makes it harder for them to regulate their body temperature. It’s best to keep them indoors during periods of extreme heat or cold.
How often should I clean the ‘rope’ on my Big-Rope French Bulldog?
The ‘rope’ on a Big-Rope French Bulldog’s face should be cleaned regularly, ideally daily, to prevent infections or irritations.
Are Big-Rope French Bulldogs more expensive than standard French Bulldogs?
Yes, due to their rarity and unique appearance, Big-Rope French Bulldogs tend to be priced higher than standard French Bulldogs.
Do Big-Rope French Bulldogs have any specific health concerns?
Big-Rope French Bulldogs share similar health concerns with standard French Bulldogs. These can include breathing problems, skin allergies, and spinal disorders. Regular vet check-ups can help monitor and manage these potential issues.