The little breed known for its distinctive "bat ears" rated fourteenth on the AKC's list
in 2012 and has witnessed a one thousand percent growth in registrations during that year
According to the American Kennel Club (AKC), the popularity of the breed that is fondly known as Frenchies can be attributed to the fact that they are petite in size
have amiable personalities. These characteristics
make them suitable companions for owners who live in apartments or other smaller houses.
"The Frenchie is a smart, compact breed, and they can fit into various different lifestyles, making them perfect for people all across the country,
This dainty dog was initially recognized by the AKC in 1898; due to their endearing personality and versatility, they are cherished by a wide variety of owners
, they are cherished by a wide variety of owners, including families, couples, and individuals.