French Bulldog Nose Butter
If your Frenchie has a crusty or cracked nose, don’t despair, you found the answer – NOSE BUTTER®. French Bulldog NOSE BUTTER® is individually handcrafted (by me-Kathy) using organic shea butter, organic castor oil, organic avocado oil, organic almond oil, organic coconut oil, organic beeswax, organic cocoa seed butter, organic olive oil, a dash of top of the line essential oils and a LOT of LOVE.
Info on NOSE BUTTER Application, Dry Dog Nose Info, Rave Reviews, Shipping & More is in the TABS
The Blissful Dog Big Sniff French Bulldog Gift Pack – $28.50 Value – $18.50
- 1 – one ounce (1 oz) tin of NOSE BUTTER with choice of Four Frenchies, Pied, Brindle,Cream, Fawn or BM Fawn French Bulldogs on label
- 1 – one ounce (1 oz) tin of BOO BOO BUTTER with Brindle French Bulldog Band-Aid label
- 1 – .50 ounce (½ oz) tube of PAW BUTTER
- 2 – .15 tubes of NOSE BUTTER with Four French Bulldogs on label
- Vinyl, satin and organza gift bag
The Blissful Dog Little Sniff French Bulldog Gift Pack - $13.50 Value – $9.50
- 1 – .50 oz slider top tin (3.11x 1.38 x .39) NOSE BUTTER® with Four French Bulldogs on label
- 2 – .15 tubes of NOSE BUTTER withFour French Bulldogs on label
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French Bulldog Info & History
French Bulldogs were bred to be a woman’s companion and they live up to that heritage. In the late 1800s, English Bulldogs were often bred in a Toy variety, many were not much over ten pounds! They had a variety of ear-sets – rose, bat and prick.
With the Industrial Revolution, many lace workers immigrated to France, taking the little bulldogs with them. There they crossed the dogs with Pugs, terriers and other small breeds, creating the early French Bulldog. Frenchies became the darling of society and were often seen on the arms of prostitutes as they walked the boulevards of France. As is often the case, fashion traveled upwards and the wealthy soon clamored to have this charming little dog. Many were exported to the United States, where the bat ear was “set” by American enthusiasts.
In 1897, the first French Bulldog Club of America specialty show was held at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York. Frenchies were all the rage! As many know, a French Bulldog was lost on the Titanic and a Frenchie, Ortino, was the beloved pet of one of the daughters of the Russian Royal family. His remains were found where the entire family was executed.
Celebrity French Bulldog Owners
Frau Ann Marie Sacher
Patty Hearst Shaw
Victoria & David Beckham
* - Both of Martha Stewart’s Frenchies were bred and born here at Jackpot! back in the day when I was still actively breeding Frenchies.