DO FRENCH BULLDOGS DO BETTER IN PAIRS?
This is a resounding yes. Frenchies are companion dogs, and having another Frenchie to play and run around makes them happy. If you are contemplating having a Frenchie for your first pet, you should consider getting two Frenchies from the same litter rather than one. It may seem like a handful at first but if you can handle it, it is better to have two French bulldogs rather than one. Here are some reasons why French Bulldogs do better in pairs.
WILL TWO MALE FRENCH BULLDOGS GET ALONG?
When you already have a male French bulldog, you may wonder if getting another male is a great idea. Your worries are not unfounded as most of the time males may exhibit dominance issues. However, not all male French bulldogs act this way. Two male French bulldogs can live together if you establish early on and continuously that you are the boss.
Whether you have an existing male Frenchie and you get another male or if you get the two males at the same time, the rules remain the same. You’re the pack leader, this will help to discourage any dominance issues that may threaten to occur.
It is important to note that some females could also be this way. It is not common but it is not rare. Whichever your unique case may be, please ensure that you speak to your vet about your decision to get another Frenchie. This is so that any harmful behavioral tendencies may be corrected. A properly trained and well socialized dog should have no problem with either gender.