French Bulldogs are known for their adorable wrinkles and short, smooth coats, which require minimal grooming. However, it's still important to groom your Frenchie regularly to keep their coat clean and healthy, and to prevent tangles and mats. Here's how to groom your French Bulldog at home:
Brush their coat: Use a slicker brush or a comb specifically designed for short-haired breeds to remove dead hair and prevent tangles. Start at the head and work your way down to the tail, using long, gentle strokes. Pay extra attention to areas where tangles tend to form, such as behind the ears and under the legs.
Clean their wrinkles: Frenchies are prone to skin irritation and infections in their wrinkles and folds, so it's important to keep them clean. Use a gentle, non-toxic cleanser to wipe down your Frenchie's wrinkles and folds at least once a week. Make sure to dry them thoroughly afterwards to prevent moisture from getting trapped in the folds.
Trim their nails: Frenchies' nails tend to grow quickly, so it's important to trim them regularly to prevent overgrowth and discomfort. Use a nail clipper specifically designed for dogs, and be sure to cut the nails at a slight angle to avoid hitting the quick. Trim a little bit at a time. Once you see the quick you need to stop. Frenchies with black nails will have a black dot once you trim closer to the quick.
If you hare having trouble keeping your Frenchie still while attempting to trim their nails. You can use a small plate of peanut butter to keep them distracted so you can focus and take your time.