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Should I Get A French Bulldog Puppy While Pregnant?

Should I Get A French Bulldog Puppy While Pregnant?

While there may be challenges associated with getting a puppy while pregnant, there can also be advantages to consider. Some of the great benefits include bonding opportunities, time for training companionship and emotional support, as well as learning and growing together.

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 If you are pregnant and are thinking of getting or buying a French Bulldog puppy, you should do so in the first months of pregnancy. Despite the possible difficulties that come with raising a pup during that period, it is indeed the best option.


After childbirth, difficulties in your Frenchie's behavior will undoubtedly arise, hence the desire to resolve relations with the pet before the birth of a child. On the other hand, it is hard to understand what you are signing up for when you start raising a French Bulldog puppy during a challenging period of life such as pregnancy.


There is nothing wrong with caring for a French Bulldog puppy shortly before or even during pregnancy. In fact, there are many advantages to it.


Don't Be Afraid Of Buying a French Bulldog Puppy

Everyone is worried about caring for a baby and all the energy that goes into it. Indeed, it will take a lot of time and effort. However, if the pregnancy proceeds without complications, raising a Frenchie puppy would be very beneficial.

Throughout the entire duration of the pregnancy, your physical condition will allow you to take care of a small puppy and engage in its upbringing and training. In fact, by the time the baby arrives, your French Bulldog will be old enough to be much less of a concern for you and your newborn.


The math is quite simple, and there are only some essential things to know about French Bulldogs. Assume you get a three- or four-month-old puppy. After nine months, the puppy will be one-year-old and reach early adulthood. At the age of one, both males and females have left behind the most difficult phases of growing up.

Dogs "calm down" and become much more docile. Provided that you did not sit idly by all this time but energetically engaged in your Frenchie's education, there will be no particular difficulties with their behavior.



Puppy Means Walking

This is probably the most important factor in buying a Frenchie puppy while being pregnant. You will have to walk several times a day with a young dog, meaning that you will have at least an additional couple of hours of physical activity, which is very healthy for pregnant women.


Jealousy? Bye! Bye!

You will find that getting a French Bulldog puppy while they are still young has quite some benefits. A young dog will accept the appearance of a small competitor in the house more easily than an adolescent dog.

In the final stages of growing up, the French Bulldog will already have learned how to communicate with their owners, making it easier to approach the newborn. This will significantly increase the likelihood of developing solid relationships and strong friendships between them.


The Puppy Is Good For The Child

It has been scientifically proven that the presence of a dog in the house is very beneficial for children. Raising a French Bulldog puppy while also caring for your newborn have a number of pros.

Babies are less sick and less likely to suffer from allergies when they grow up around dogs since their immune system is much stronger and it copes with threats more effectively, as it has to deal with a considerable amount of bacteria that the dog brings into the home.



Be Prepared To Work Hard

It cannot be denied that you will have to make an effort to get a well-mannered Frenchie. Although no one is immune from problems and difficulties, the likelihood of their occurrence can be minimized by taking good care of your pet and training them.


In Conclusion

Everything must be done in a timely manner. As the saying goes, 'Too Late, Better Wait': it has been categorically not advised to get a puppy in the first year of a child's life. During this period, you will have many worries and lots to think about even without the presence of a dog in the house.

It is likely that the dog will grow up insufficiently educated and will be more of an annoyance than a source of joy. Whether to get a dog or not is entirely up to you, however, you should consider the pros and cons before making a choice.  

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