A French Bulldog Has A Face-to-face Encounter With A Wild Deer
Ellie-Mae tells it like it is. This three-year-old French Bulldog tells a young buck that it's cool to play, but let's not get any ideas about who is in charge here. I think we can all agree that the residents of Wellington, Nova Scotia, should sleep a little better knowing Ellie-Mae is on the job. French Bulldogs are known for having a playful and headstrong spirit. Because of this, they can be a handful to train, but are unfailingly loyal and quick to jump head-first into a new situation. Although the French moniker stuck, these dogs were originally descendants of the Molossians, an ancient Greek tribe spread through trades with the Phoenicians. They first gained popularity in France as the dogs of Normandy lace workers in the 1800s.