Mini Micro Royal Frenchel Bulldogs are expected to live a lot longer due to their size, up to 20 years! As I said earlier, smaller dogs tend to live longer as is true with many species.
- Confident, funny, sweet – a dog that loves to snuggle and will just about tell you where you left your keys! Of course, not really, but I am referring to the quality about these little Mini Royals and their minds that notice everything and how they track everything you do!
- Micro Royals are sensitive to your every need while thinking ahead and ready to go before you even know you are going anywhere!
- Micros take care of their friends with great sensitivity
Royals are long lived & healthy dogs. They don’t have heavy genetic health issues associated with them the way many purebred breeds do today.
Royals often choose unique friends of other dogs and people. Micro Royals are no different. Royals share many of the most beloved traits of the boxer family – without all the work!
They are the best companion dog of all canines. I, Windy (Anahata Graceland) have raised dogs from 7 years old to 60 years old and never have I seen a dog with as much relational sense as a Royal Frenchel.
MINI MICRO ROYAL FRENCHEL BULLDOG CARE
Always Insure Micros have a floor in any carry pack if you carry them regularly, to insure their back isn’t injured over long term carrying. It is best if you have their legs be able to have a floor under them that allows them to keep their weight where it belongs on their frame and back, where it insures pressure on the correct areas of the spine.
Mini Micro Royal Frenchel Bulldogs cost more. Why? One is that they are rare and we have put years into developing them without risk to their parents. This has been costly and involved thousands of hours and breeding dogs to insure health and well being for the dam, mom.
We haven’t bred directly for Micros as they were naturally thrown in regular size litters due to genes that create miniatures that combine from all the breeds in their bloodlines. The result is a micro pup in litters that are regular sized.
There is no more threat to the mother this way during birth. We breed small boys with larger gals to insure a lower cesarean rate and to have our dogs live long happy lives without risk to them.
Mini Royals, as we call them, also take a huge amount of care during their first 3 months. 24 hour, round the clock care for about 10 weeks. Since they are so small, they require feeding numerous times in small amounts. They can loose moisture and get dehydrated in a matter of hours in the early stages of their lives.
In the early part of life a mini Royal may get low blood sugar as they don’t eat a great deal at any one time. So the balance of their day and intake is critical to their ongoing lives. We keep close watch and lots of hand held care of these babies insuring they are happy campers who serve their human companions in ways that exceed nearly all other breeds of dogs.
Mini’s develop more slowly and mature less quickly as well. So good care of them and quarantining them is critical to their long lives. otherwise other pups would be too challenging for the resulting in injury or death.