In Good Health
French Bulldogs have officially become the most popular dog breed in America. In fact, they’re so hot right now that they’re a target for theft, and sell for thousands of dollars on average.
But dognapping isn’t the only risk of owning a Frenchie. These pups can have a whole host of health issues, which can lead to escalating vet bills throughout their lifespan. Some groups even want to ban the breeding of French Bulldogs, claiming it’s cruel to create a creature with so many physical problems.
Frenchies aren’t the only breed that you should think twice about owning if you aren’t prepared to part with hard earned dollars. Read on for five breeds known to have health issues, and five that are typically the healthiest dog breeds.