French Pin Breed Summary
Stubborn, Happy, Adaptable, Friendly and Intelligent
These dogs are a mix between a French Bulldog and a Miniature Pinscher and are a cute breed, well known for their sturdy and muscular little bodies!
They are fairly adaptable and are just as happy living in apartments as they would be in a mansion. Just make sure that your dog receives daily walks, exercise and playtime in order to remain healthy and happy!
Fun Fact: Their parent breed, the French Bulldog actually orientates from England!
|12 - 15 years
|Height (at the withers)
|Males and Females 25cm - 33cm
|Males and Females 6.5kg - 11kg
|The Coat is Medium in Length and is Both Dense and Straight
|Brindle, Brown, Red, Black, White
|Common health issues
|Diabetes, Legg-Calve-Perthes Disease, Color Dilution Alopecia, Corneal Dystrophy, Mitral Valve Dysplasia, Entropion, Progressive Retinal Atrophy, Cataracts, Sebaceous Adenitis, vonWillebrand’s Disease, Obesity, Glaucoma
These little guys possess personality traits from both parents and means that they can sometimes be quite stubborn, only choosing to listen when they want to! As one of their parent breeds, the Miniature Pinscher is known for being a little highly string, this means that some Pins may also possess this trait as well. However, they absolutely love 'hoomans' and get along extremely well with children. Their small size means they are ideal for apartments and smaller homes but they will need access to some outside space incase they have onset burst of energy however, they are fairly docile.
These cute little dogs are a cross between the French Bulldog and Miniature Pinscher, thought to have been developed in the United States over the last 20 years. Because they are a relatively new breed, very little is known about their history or origin. We can only assume that they were created to make everyone go ‘awwww’, due to their very small and cute appearance! Their size also makes them fantastic for apartment living.