Bulldogs are peculiar creatures. They love everyone, approach strangers fearlessly, have no preconceptions and show off their extroverted side as soon as they leave home. They never bark – when they’re barked at, they tuck back their ears and just keep on walking. When a frenchie meets a new paw-friend it carefully sniffs, greets and maybe – depending on the mood and time of day – tries to engage their counterpart in some playing. However, different from most other dogs, it looses interest in the new found friend pretty quickly and re-focuses on its owner or the ball it’d been chasing. This tells an awful lot about the french bulldog’s approach to relationships.