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French Bulldog Mixes: A Guide To 32 Adorable Crossbreeds

French Bulldog Mixes: A Guide To 32 Adorable Crossbreeds

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Frenchies are those popular small dogs that won the hearts of people in the United States, probably at first glance. Their ears and stubborn character is something they are known for.

They are known all over the world, and in the last few decades, designer dog breeding has risen and become more popular. A practice that can help reduce some of the health issues associated with Frenchies, is mixing them with other dog breeds.

You’ve probably already seen many popular hybrid dogs, however, there are many more Frenchie mixes that are yet to be discovered.

Cuteness alert, be prepared to see 32 French Bulldog mixes.

32 French Bulldog Mixes

There is no doubt about it that French Bulldogs are like mini versions of standard bulldogs, with their recognizable bat-like ears.

Because the French Bulldog is a very popular dog, it is often bred with other purebred dogs, and as a result we get the most adorable hybrid dogs.

That’s why we’ve found these 32 Frenchie mixes, get ready for a cuteness overload!

1. French Bull Aussie

Photo from: @charlotte_blue_eye

Parents: French Bulldog and Australian Shepherd

What do we have here? This mixed breed is super soft, carrying the Aussie eyes and Frenchies floppy ears. This pooch is a medium size, with eyes that can be green, brown, blue, or a mixed color. Their character is friendly and they tend to be protective over their loved ones.

2. French Chow Dog

Photo from: @nerothefrowfrow

Parents: French Bulldog and Chow Chow

The French Chow Dog is a puffy dog that tends to be more aloof if he takes after the Chow Chow. However, if you want your French Chow to be a cuddle buddy, pray that he takes after his Frenchie’s parents. The French Chow is known for their love to run free and wanting to have a fun time.

3. French Bulldog Corgi Mix

Photo from: @rossfarm

Parents: French Bulldog and Corgi

A French Corgi is a French Bulldog and Corgi Mix that has recently developed. With the sassy attitude of the parent breed, Corgis, to the loyal character of the Frenchie. If you want a pooch that is relatively lazy, you should get this Frenchie mix, as they are chilled out most of the time.

You can see some other Corgi mixes here, we’re sure that they won’t leave you indifferent.

4. Frug

Photo from: @arlothefrugdog

Parents: French Bulldog and Pug

This adorable flat face pug mix is called the Frug. The smaller the size, the bigger the personality. This little dog’s weight is no more than 25 pounds. They look like a more muscular version of a Pug, with bat ears. They enjoy being lap dogs, but they also crave having fun and playing.

However, this French Bulldog mix tends to face health problems, so if you want to own this mix breed, prepare to encounter some issues.

5. Frenchton

Photo from: @rabi_frenchton

Parents: French Bulldog and Boston Terrier

This mixed breed has been called many names, like the Froston, the Faux Frenchbo, and the Boston Frenchie, however, we prefer the name Frenchton. The French Bulldogs and Boston Terriers are lookalikes and the mix is not very distinctive from either of their parent breeds.

That’s why the Frenchton looks very much like a French Bulldog. The mix of these breeds resulted in a dog that is sensitive and ready to give so much love to their owners. That’s the reason they need to be trained with positive reinforcement.

The Frenchton has all the qualities that make a dog a perfect family companion.

No wonder that the Boston Terrier is often mixed with other dog breeds.

6. French Bullpit

Photo from: @truck_stop_royalty

Parents: French Bulldog and Pitbull

The French Bulldog Pitbull mix is a breed that is made of muscle. But, don’t be fooled, they are affectionate and crave cuddling and love. Even though their powerful looks may be a bit intimidating, with their friendliness, they suppress all those opinions.

The French Bullpit takes the facial characteristics from the Pitbull, but they acquire the fabulous bat ears from the French Bulldog. As they can be aggressive, they require proper, gentle training.

7. Frenchie Labrador

Photo from: @bildminnen

Parents: French Bulldog and Labrador Retriever

The Frenchie Labrador is a mix that you can expect to be playful and sweet. Even though their parent Labrador sheds a lot, with a Frenchie Labrador, that is not the case. Because of the great genes they picked up from the Frenchies, they are low maintenance.

This mix craves stimulation, as they can be very destructive if they get bored. Nonetheless, this breed is wonderful, as they are very friendly with people and other dogs and animals in general.

The French Bulldog Labrador’s lifespan is from 9 to 15 years, which is great for a mixed breed.

8. French Bullhuahua

Photo from: @daiaoihikari

Parents: French Bulldog and Chihuahua

These feisty French Bullhuahuas, or Mexican Frenchies, are small dogs that look stockier than standard Chihuahuas.

This Chihuahua mix is highly intelligent and tends to be faithful, however, they can take a bit of aggressive behavior after Chihuahuas, as they are known for being overprotective. That’s why it’s important to socialize your French Bullhuahua from the start.

9. French Pomerdog

Photo from: @kittykatfrenchiepom

Parents: French Bulldog and Pomeranian

If you thought that you couldn’t get any cuter than a Pom, wait until you see the French Pomerdog. This small dog is the perfect choice for those living in a small apartment. If they take after their Pom parents, they will probably shed a lot because of their thick, fluffy Pomeranian coat.

Even though the French Bulldog and Pomeranian are loyal companions, the mix breed can be a bit spunky. Their desire to dominate, due to small dog syndrome, can show. Because of that, they need boundaries and proper training from an early age.

Nonetheless, this mixed breed thrives when their owners show them a huge amount of affection.

10. Froodle

Photo from: @crumpet.the.froodle

Parents: French Bulldog and Poodle

The Poodle is often bred with other dog breeds, and of course, the French Bulldog was one of the chosen breeds. The Froodle, or sometimes called French Boodle, is a friendly dog with a sturdy body andt is devoted to their owners. The breeders rarely use standard Poodles as a parent breed, so often a Froodle is a small dog.

This mixed breed can be strong-willed and needs regular training, however, they love affection and attention from their owners. A Froodle tends to be very playful and full of life.

Could you imagine what mix would be produced if a Parti Poodle and a French Bulldog were bred? There would be no words for it!

11. French Shepherd Dog

Photo from: @camorja

Parents: French Bulldog and German Shepherd

This fiery and sturdy mix is a perfect example of each of the parent breeds. From a French Shepherd dog, you can expect a lot of playfulness and loyalty.

The facial features of a Frenchie and the size of the German Shepherd will affect this mixed breed. They tend to be a bit aloof with strangers and as a German Shepherd barks a lot, they do too , so meeting with your loved ones is essential in the beginning. Because of that, the French Shepherd dog requires potty training in order to behave.

Unfortunately, the mixed breed can take after the parent’s breed genetics, as the French Bulldog may suffer from brachycephalic syndrome, while the German Shepherd is prone to health problems such as hip and back issues.

12. Frengle

Photo from: @charlie.the.frengle

Parents: French Bulldog and Beagle

The Frengle is one of the newer hybrid dogs and has a sturdy and longer body. Most of the time, they inherit the Beagle’s big, floppy ears.

This mix breed tends to be very energetic, so you’ll need to keep up with their energy levels. They are easy to train, but they are sometimes strong-headed. That’s why they need consistent training with positive reinforcement. They are known for being gentle and kind companions of children, and friendly towards other animals.

13. French Bull Weiner

Photo from: @wiener_win

Parents: French Bulldog and Dachshund

The name, French Bull Weiner, came from the nickname of the Dachshund, Weiner Dog. The French Bull Weiner took their bat ears from the Frenchie, while taking their stubby and short legs from the Dachshund. The size of this mixed breed is usually medium.

This pup has a spunky side, just like a Dachshund, but he tends to be a friendly dog that loves to be around his loved ones and enjoys playtime.

The French Bull Weiner is a smart dog that loves to please their owners, that’s why they are highly trainable. However, this pup requires a huge amount of attention, as their parent Dachshund is a bit needy.

14. Frenchie-Pei

Photo from: @elvis.wrinkley

Parents: French Bulldog and Shar-Pei

The mixed breed, the Frenchie-Pei is one of the free-spirited breeds on the French Bulldog mixes list. We cannot say that they are not loyal and devoted to their owners, however, they are a bit stoic and not so fast to show their affection. This depends on which parent they take after the most.

When you see a Frenchie-Pei, you can tell that it’s a big, sturdy French Bulldog. However, their facial structure is more like that of the Shar-Pei with the bat ears of the Frenchie.

A Frenchie-Pei’s reserved demeanor around strangers can be changed by gentle socialization, to let them slowly open up. We must not forget the playfulness and friendly nature that they can take from their French Bulldog parent.

15. Frenchnese

Photo from: @canadapooch

Parents: French Bulldog and Havanese

The Frenchnese is a mixed breed that is likely to be energetic and of a lovable nature. The coat of this mixed breed will probably be of their Havanese parent, while their facial characteristics and bat ears will be that of a Frenchie.

This muscular pooch can be a wonderful friend and they’re known for being their owner’s most loyal companion. What’s specific about this mixed breed, is that they tend to be dependent on and bond with only one person, so if you are getting this dog for your whole family, be prepared for many different training sessions.

16. French Bull Dane

Photo from: @kite.thefrenchbulldane

Parents: French Bulldog and Great Dane

Who would’ve thought that the mix between a French Bulldog and a Great Dane is possible? Well, it is and the outcome is surprising. The mix between those dog breeds resulted in a wonderful mixed breed dog that is extremely gentle and loving.

Because of their differences in size, we can’t know how much a French Bull Dane weighs when fully grown, however, they tend to be medium to large.

This pup requires a huge amount of affection in order to thrive. They took the best of both breeds, the friendliness of the French Bulldog and the gentleness of the Great Dane. They don’t love to be left alone for long, so keep that in mind.

Check out other Great Dane mixes.

17. French Bullweiler

Photo from: mila_french_bullweiler

Parents: French Bulldog and Rottweiler

This hybrid dog is a wonderful mix of these two dog breeds. Because of their size difference, we cannot be certain how big the French Bullweiler will be. Typically, they become medium to large-size pups.

Due to both parent breeds being sturdy, the French Bullweiler is likely to be similar. As is the case with every dog breed, early socialization and proper training is crucial. The French Bullweiler is likely to sport the kind nature that is usual in their Rottweiler parents, as Rottweilers are great with kids.

18. French Buillon

Photo from: @bambi.the.wanderer

Parents: French Bulldog and Papillon

When we mix a French Bulldog and a Papillon, we get a small dog that is good natured and friendly towards humans and other animals.

The Papillon’s delicate, fine-boned structure is mixed with the stocky body of the French Bulldog, and by breeding them, you get a good looking dog with a sweet disposition.

They tend to suffer from separation anxiety if you leave them alone at home for a long period of time, that’s why you need to pay a lot of attention to them and show them constant affection.

19. French Bulloxer

Photo from: @rolo_frenchieboxer

Parents: French Bulldog and Boxer

The French Bulloxer is not unknown among canine lovers, as Boxers are often bred with other dog breeds. They tend to be playful and loud puppies that have a friendly and feisty nature.

The French Bulloxer will pick up only the best from both parent breeds. The agility and strength, mixed with powerful muscles, gets you a great mix breed, the perfect watchdog that will usually have a short coat in Boxer colors.

His stubbornness, that is the outcome of both parent breeds, is something that you will need to deal with if you get this puppy. However, it is solvable with early socialization and proper training.

20. French Bull Jack

Photo from: @minnie_and_suggs

Parents: French Bulldog and Jack Russell Terrier

This hybrid French Bull Jack has quite contrastive parent breeds, as their personalities are very different from one another. So it is up to chance, which personality the mixed breed will pick up.

This mix of two breeds will result in a small but robust dog.

The French Bull Jack is known for being wonderful with kids and amazing family companions. However, they need boundaries, as they tend to sometimes be strong-willed. They need mental stimulation in order to thrive. All in all, they are great family pets.

21. Miniature French Schnauzer

Photo from: @lucy_lou_whooo

Parents: French Bulldog and Schnauzer

The Miniature French Schnauzer is a small to medium hybrid dog that is likely to inherit the curly double coat of the Schnauzer, but it is a toss up as to which parent breed it will look like.

This dog can be very funny but they have a strong prey drive, so it is not recommended for families that have small animals as other pets.

22. Frenchie Staff

Photo from: @goodgirlloki

Parents: French Bulldog and American Staffordshire Terrier

The Frenchie Staff is a medium sized hybrid that looks very sturdy and muscular. Even though they might appear dangerous, they are very gentle and playful, and enjoy being with families and children.

As an intelligent and outgoing breed, they need socialization in order to learn not to chase other small animals. The Frenchie Staff also requires a firm leader that will train him properly.

23. Frincher French Pin

Photo from: @daisy_doodlebee

Parents: French Bulldog and Miniature Pinscher

Well, you can expect this hybrid dog to be feisty. The Frincher French Pin is a dog that is adaptable to many different situations and is easy to keep and train.

Your apartment is a great home for them, but that doesn’t mean that they don’t need to be active at all. They do, and they often require physical and mental stimulation.

24. Frenchie Bichon

Photo from: @kaliupdatesx

Parents: French Bulldog and Bichon Frise

One other small French Bulldog Mix is a Frenchie Bichon, which has a big personality and a fearless nature. However, they love to be around their owners. Their happy and friendly nature makes them so lovable.

They are a perfect fit for a lively family that is always on the move. In this sort of family, the Frenchie Bichon will thrive. Socialization is key to controlling their territorial nature from time to time.
For more cute mixed dogs of Bichon with other equally adorable breeds, check our Bichon Frise mixes!

25. French Bull Tzu

Photo from: @maudebullshih

Parents: French Bulldog and Shih Tzu

The French Bulldog mix gets their size from the Shih Tzu, so they are a small to medium size dog and have a slightly longer coat than them. From their Frenchie parent, they inherit their muscular bodies, with the addition of a longer stature from their Shih Tzu parent.

This mixed dog breed will not require a lot of exercise, and they will be sociable and good with kids as their Shih Tzu parent. If you want a snuggle and cuddle buddy, this one’s for you.

26. French Bullsky

Photo from: @ruethefrenchiehusky

Parents: French Bulldog and Husky

I can’t decide which is cuter, the French Pomerdog or this adorable French Bullsky. If you’ve ever wondered which dog is perfect for cuddling, I’d say this one right here.

Their outgoing, cheerful nature is something worth having in your life. They are full of energy and require a lot of play, fun, and games. They need daily tasks so they can be satisfied.

If you choose this hybrid dog, you won’t be making a mistake

27. French Mastiff

Photo from: @micsiview2

Parents: French Bulldog and Bullmastiff

One more French Bulldog mix that is hard to train is a French Mastiff, because French Bulldogs are stubborn and Bull Mastiffs are fearless dogs.

The hybrid dog of this breed will have a large body and bone structure, with the facial characteristics of a Frenchie.

This dog may have an intimidating appearance, however, they tend to be very playful if they’re trained properly.

28. French Bull Collie

Photo from: @mariebanke

Parents: French Bulldog and Border Collie

The French Bull Collie is a crossbreed which we don’t have a lot of information about, because it is relatively new.

We know that the parent breeds are loving, friendly, and gentle pets. When you combine those two breeds, you get a wonderful family member.

Be prepared for this dog to get you up from the sofa now and then because they possess high energy levels and they need their relief. Hikes, long walks, and running should satisfy their needs

Unfortunately, this hybrid dog is prone to obesity and this can cause health issues, like hip and elbow dysplasia. That’s why you need to feed them with quality food and give them chondroitin supplements.

29. French Spaniel

Parents: French Bulldog and Cocker Spaniel

The French Spaniel is another breed that has been recently developed. However, we know a lot about the parent breeds. This hybrid dog is likely to shed a lot, so requires their coat brushing three times per week to remove any excess hair and dirt.

The constant barking, they took after their parent Cocker Spaniel who is known for barking a little bit and this can be avoided with early age training and socialization.

30. English French Bulldog

Photo from: @herc_roo_frenglish

Parents: French Bulldog and English Bulldog

The English French Bulldog, or Free-lance Bulldog, is a French Bulldog mix that is known for being friendly and loyal. Both these Bulldog breeds are brachycephalic, so if you decide to get this hybrid dog, you need to take proper care of it and get them vet checked frequently.

They are not hard to keep, they need half an hour daily to relieve their energy excess and keep their muscular build. One thing that is important to mention is that this mix must not be kept in extreme weather conditions, as it can harm them.

31. French Bernese

Photo from: @rizzoontherun

Parents: French Bulldog and Bernese Mountain Dog

When you see both parent breeds of the French Bernese, you will notice that there is a big difference in height. By combining the Bernese’s size and the Frenchie’s sturdy body, you get a powerful looking dog that is quite big and adorned with muscular physique.

Even though you may think that this dog is intimidating, the French Bernese is a dog that is very gentle in nature and loves to be around his family.

This friendly dog requires dry, high-quality food but doesn’t need a lot of exercise.

32. French Newfoundbull

Parents: French Bulldog and Newfoundland

The French Newdoundbull is another rare hybrid dog. This dog will be larger because it will take after the Newfoundland parent.

In order to have this crossbreed, you need to search for reputable breeders that will only create from true to standard and healthy parent breeds.

From this dog, you can expect a swimming buddy, as they can sport some of the capability to swim from their Newfoundland parent.

To Wrap Up

There is no doubt that any of these French Bulldog mixes excel in being cute. They come in various shapes and sizes and can adapt to almost every living situation required.

However, if you’re thinking of getting yourself a French Bulldog mix, watch out for all the characteristics that you want in your furry friend.

As we all know, a French Bulldog’s nature is friendly and loving, and every mix with this breed is guaranteed to have those qualities. They are manageable in size, so if you’re looking for that kind of dog, they are a perfect fit for you. You just need to choose which hybrid dog suits you the best.

You can get yourself a French Bulldog mix from a breeder, but make sure to look for rescues first, as there are many French Bulldog mixes that are waiting for love and care that they can reciprocate.

We wish you nothing but good luck with these adorable companion pups!

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