Dogue de Bordeaux

Dogue de Bordeaux

Known to be one of the oldest breeds in France, the Dogue de Bordeaux is an affectionate and eager-to-please dog who doesn’t require much in the maintenance, grooming, or exercise departments. He enjoys people and thrives on social interactions. He has an independent nature and can also be a little stubborn but always easygoing nonetheless.

  • Low-maintenance and easy to groom
  • A devoted, sweet, and loving companion
  • A guard dog who’s protective over its family

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How to pronounce Dogue de Bordeaux?

Dogue de Bordeaux is pronounced “dohg duh bore-DOE” in English.

How long does a Dogue de Bordeaux live?

The lifespan of a Dogue de Bordeaux ranges from 5 to 8 years. This lifespan is much shorter compared to other breeds.

Do Dogue de Bordeaux shed?

The Dogue de Bordeaux is considered a moderate shedder who sheds year round.

Are Dogue de Bordeaux hypoallergenic?

Because it produces dander and sheds regularly, a Dogue de Bordeaux doesn’t qualify as a hypoallergenic dog. This breed isn’t a good choice if you suffer from allergies.

How big do Dogue de Bordeaux get?

The Dogue de Bordeaux weight can range anywhere between 120 and 140 pounds, and when it comes to height there’s a difference between the genders. A male can range between 24 to 26 inches high (at the shoulder), while a female can range somewhere between 23 to 26 inches (at the shoulder).

When do Dogue de Bordeaux stop growing?

A Dogue de Bordeaux stops growing around 19 months of age.

Are Dogue de Bordeaux good family dogs?

A Dogue de Bordeaux is a good family dog because it’s loyal, loving, and affectionate, and has a strong bond with its family. He does well with older children because he’s unaware of his size and can unknowingly injure a smaller child.

Are Dogue de Bordeaux good guard dogs?

Having a past as a hunter, guardian, and fighter, a Dogue de Bordeaux makes an excellent guard dog who will protect his family.

Are Dogue de Bordeaux easy to train?

A Dogue de Bordeaux isn’t easy to train. He possesses a stubborn streak that can make training a difficult process.

How much exercise does a Dogue de Bordeaux need?

A Dogue de Bordeaux needs 45 to 60 minutes of exercise per day. Exercise is important because this breed is prone to obesity.

Are Dogue de Bordeaux good with other dogs?

When properly socialized from an early age, a Dogue de Bordeaux gets along fine with other dogs.

Are Dogue de Bordeaux good with cats?

Because having a high prey drive, the Dogue de Bordeaux typically doesn’t do well with cats and will chase after them. If raised with them, they can cohabitate just fine.

Are Dogue de Bordeaux intelligent?

There have been two schools of thought as to the intelligence of a Dogue de Bordeaux. Some sources have stated that this is an intelligent dog, while other sources have stated that this dog has below-average intelligence.

Are Dogue de Bordeaux aggressive?

A Dogue de Bordeaux isn’t considered to be an aggressive breed.

Do Dogue de Bordeaux drool?

A Dogue de Bordeaux drools heavily. This is due to a loose lower lip, and the mucous from the oral secretion system.

Can Dogue de Bordeaux be left alone?

Yes, a Dogue de Bordeaux can be left alone, but no longer than four hours at a time.

Can Dogue de Bordeaux live outside?

The Dogue de Bordeaux doesn’t do well outside, and shouldn’t be outdoors for long periods. If so, it should be supervised.

How much to feed a Dogue de Bordeaux?

A Dogue de Bordeaux is a large dog and consumes a lot of food. It can be fed anywhere from 4 to 7 cups of high-quality dry food per day.

How much to feed a Dogue de Bordeaux puppy?

Dogue de Bordeaux puppies are still growing so their diets are different than an adult dogs. If your Dogue de Bordeaux puppy is between 8 to 12 weeks old, it should be consuming 2 to 4 cups, 3 to 6 cups for 3 to 4 months old, and 5 to 8 cups for 5 to 6 months of age.

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