French Bulldogs Can’t Control Their Excitement & We Love It

French Bulldogs or “Frenchies” as they are better known. They are a small domesticated dog breed that is overloaded with cuteness. It’s a cross between English bulldogs and local ratters from Paris, France. They are adorable little fellas and are one of the most popular registered dogs in the United Kingdom and the United States of America.

The French bulldogs are also called “Clown Dogs” or “Frog Dogs”. They are fun loving, peaceful nature and most appropriate for apartment dwellers. They are very sensible and keeps barking to a minimal as well. But since they’re dogs, they do get excited like all other dog breeds when it comes to going out.

This is a story of a man named Patrick, who has to be very careful around his two French Bulldogs, that he doesn’t accidentally utter the word “Dog Park”. Whenever the six-year-old Ganon and two-year-old Loki hear those magical words “Dog Park”, they totally lose their calm with all the excitement. Patrick made a video of the same situation and the reaction from his two French bulldogs proves it all.

There is another video of these French bulldogs that was captured in the dog park. And you have got to see this video as well. It’s adorable to see the tiny little pooches playing with the balloons. Sure enough, Patrick loves these two French bulldogs and why he wouldn’t, they are simply gorgeous, cute little bundles of happiness.

Apparently, my dog, who is an English Cocker Spaniel, named “Amigo” loses his calm or sleep when I utter the word “Chalo” (A Hindi word for ‘Let’s go’). He starts hopping in excitement even if he is fast asleep. Maybe I should make a video as well. 🙂

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