National Geographic : 1943 Nov
•a~ionaU1. eograpnlc MocleLy L1ailL1ui Uy waiter a. veuer The French Bulldog Is Smaller and Less Aggressive than His English Cousin For 50 years this variety has been considered a pure breed, an offshoot of English Bulldogs exported to Franceearly inthe Victorian period. Its weight seldom exceeds 28 pounds. About 1900 the French Bulldog became popular in America, and he remains a favorite as adog for the home. Some ofthe best have been bred and exhibited in the United States.