Frenchie Walking Guide - Duration & Energy Level

Frenchie Walking Guide - Duration & Energy Level

"French Bulldogs are a famous small dog breed recognized for their playful, versatile, friendly demeanor and large bat-like ears. Their positive outlook on life makes them excellent with children and other pets."
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French Bulldogs are a famous small dog breed recognized for their playful, versatile, friendly demeanor and large bat-like ears. Their positive outlook on life makes them excellent with children and other pets. If you have a busy life and your schedule changes often, you don't need to look any further. These little guys are great at adjusting to new situations and don't need much exercise.



This post details how you should keep your Frenchie active and in good spirits. 


The Duration of Exercise Needed


Adult Frenchies

These canines only need about 60 minutes of activity per day. Frenchies may have respiratory issues due to their flat faces. Therefore, it is best to take them on short, easy walks. One method to achieve this is taking several leisurely walks each day, with plenty of downtimes. Remember that playing with them counts as exercise when calculating how much exercise your dog has received during the day.


Puppy Frenchies

Frenchie puppies don't require a lot of structured activities like walks. While they may appear to be tiny energy balls during walkies, they should only be out for about 5 minutes every month of their age. Thus, a four-month-old French Bulldog requires only 20 minutes of daily walks. This will keep them from getting too much exercise, which could hurt their joints and make it hard for them to move around in the long run.


They should explore the world around them at this age instead of trudging around the block. Provide ample opportunity for smelling, exposure to other environments, and safe interactions with other pets and individuals.


Senior Frenchies

Your dog's walking needs will lessen as it ages. That begs the question, though: by how much? Since each dog is unique, let them dictate the pace. And if they appear to be slowing, it may be time to return home.


In their enthusiasm for walks, some dogs may continue to run even when it is clear they have had enough. If you see them seeming stiff, lagging, or having any other difficulty, you should start shortening their walks immediately.


Conclusion

French Bulldogs have the potential to be fantastic and devoted family pets. You should look at an exercise monitor to track their exact activity level to ensure they are in peak physical condition. Activity monitors will tell you how long they spend walking, running, playing, sitting, and relaxing, the number of calories burnt, and how far they've traveled.

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