A Summary of Royal Frenchel Traits
Royals are a hybrid breed around 15 years old. They have been bred true for 12 years. They are are not like 2 dogs that have simply been put together as a “designer breed”. Instead Royals have been bred with care from 3 to 4 lines of dogs from all over the world.
These lines combined represent a brand new breed of dog and insure far better health, longevity and super consistent personality traits. They are predominantly French Bulldog & Cavalier King Charles Spaniel. They are very bully in nature.
Royal Frenchels are Great service dogs, work dogs with loving, playful natures that are warm hearted and ready to snuggle at the drop of a hat. They are low on the bark scale, chew scale, shed moderately and require moderate exercise as well (except for our larger or more athletic Royal Frenchels for those outdoor types who love hiking, camping and long sojourns).
Royal Frenchels are simply the dog of many people’s dreams as they have a great temperment without being hyper or nervous. They simply want to know you more each day. Their intuitive senses are remarkable making them wonderful with older dogs, children, seniors or those with special medical issues as they don’t overstep their bounds easily and instead they make other animals and people feel at ease.
Royal Frenchels are the easiest dog in the world to train as well and they travel with ease anywhere, anytime! My Eddie has gone all over the world, Europe included and also has gone of every type of transportation effortlessly!
There are 3 sizes ranging from 22 to to 28 lbs in the regular size, 14 to 21 lbs as a small and the micros are 7 to 13 lbs. All with the same exceptional personality. However, the smaller they get the slower they mature. So, their full “beefy” nature comes differently for each size, swiftly for the regular size, in a little more than a year for the small size and up to 2 1/4 yrs. for the micro mini size.
Royals also come in 2 body styles, a stout frenchie like body style and a lean body style much like a small boxer.
Their are 2 coats as well. Both are short hair however, one is referred to as a frenchie coat and the other a “silky” coat. The silky coat is incredibly soft and may include tufts behind the ears and on the haunches only to increase their cuteness factor!
Royal Frenchels won an award for their great health and longevity from Pets Best and Farmers Insurance Companies prizing this designer breed for their outstanding health. After reviewing over 140,000 dog vet policies and records and 246 breeds of dogs, Royal Frenchels came out on top for Bulldogs and came in 2nd in the nation for all breeds!