French Bulloxer

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French Bulloxer History

The French Bulloxer is a cross between the Bulldog and the French Bulldog. The Bulloxer is a fairly new hybrid, or designer, breed of dog that was created in the 1990s. The Bulloxer was bred by crossing the bulldog and the French bulldog. The origin of the name “Bulloxer” is unknown. The owners of the kennel where the first bulloxers were produced were attempting to create a toy-sized version of the English Bulldog. The “Bull” in “Bulldog” may have referred to their larger-than-normal size, or possibly to the make of the cages they were kept in. The designers of the Bullboxer wanted a dog that would be small enough to be an indoor pet, but that would still possess the temperament and look of the bulldog. The breeders were successful, and the Bullboxer emerged as a new hybrid. The offspring of the breeding were smaller versions of the bulldog, and they decided to call the new breed the “French Bullboxer”.

Time of Origin


Country of Origin



French Bulldog, Boxer

French Bulloxer Physical Characteristics

The French Bulldog is a small, short, stocky breed that typically stands between 10 and 12 inches at the shoulder and weighs between 15 and 30 pounds. They have a barrel-shaped body and a slightly rounded skull. They have floppy ears, a wrinkled face, a tapered muzzle, and dark eyes. Their nose is either a snip or a stop and their teeth should meet in a scissors bite. Their single layer coat is either white, brindle, grey, piebald, or harlequin and their feet are round and webbed. They are a friendly, outgoing breed that is very playful and affectionate.

Eye Colors


Nose Colors


Coat Colors

Fawn, Red, Gray, White, Brown

Height Range

Male Height Range: 13 – 20 inches

Female Height Range: 14 – 16 inches

Weight Range

Male Weight Range: 41 – 65 lbs

Female Weight Range: 41 – 65 lbs

French Bulloxer Health

Description of breed health.


12-15 yrs

French Bulloxer Health Concerns

Cardiomyopathy, Pulmonic Stenosis, Hip Dysplasia, Hemivertebrae, Degenerative Myelopathy, Subaortic Stenosis, Inverterbral Disc Degeneration, Gastric Torsion, Cataracts, Tumors, Colitis, Retinal Dysplasia, Hypothyroidism, Corneal Dystrophy

French Bulloxer Temperament and Behaviour

The French Bulloxer is an energetic, stubborn, but fun-loving and devoted companion. They are highly energetic and athletic, and will need daily exercise. They’re smart, though, and are known to do well in obedience and agility training. They are protective of their families and can be quite territorial. They are often wary of strangers, but can be socialized at a young age to overcome this trait.

French Bulloxer Activity Requirements

French Bulloxers are small, sturdy, and compact. They were originally bred to be guard dogs and are popular today as companions. While they are active, they are not considered to be high energy. While they don’t require a lot of physical exercise, they do require a lot of attention. They form strong bonds with their owners and love to spend time with their families. If you are looking for a dog who will be content to play alone while you work, a French Bulloxer is not a good choice. They are happiest when they are with their family.

Miles Per Day

6 miles

Activity Per Day

30 minutes

Daily Food

2 cups

Kennel Club Recognition

American Kennel Club

Not Recognized

French Bulloxer is part of the Unclassified group.

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The Kennel Club

Not Recognized

French Bulloxer is part of the Unclassified group.

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Australian National Kennel Council

Not Recognized

French Bulloxer is part of the Unclassified group.

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Canadian Kennel Club

Not Recognized

French Bulloxer is part of the Unclassified group.

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