Discover the Unique French Dog Breeds

Embark on a journey through France's canine legacy and meet the diverse array of dog breeds that call this country home.

French Bulldog

With their bat-like ears and muscular build, French Bulldogs are affectionate companions and excellent city pets.

French Spaniel

Known for their stamina and friendly nature, French Spaniels are one of the oldest continental pointing breeds.

French Poodle

Poodles come in standard, miniature, and toy sizes, each with the same intelligence and curly hypoallergenic coat.

Basset Hound

With their distinctive long ears and melancholic eyes, Basset Hounds are gentle souls with a keen sense of smell.


Beaucerons are powerful herding dogs, known for their intelligence and loyalty

Berger Picard

This rare breed is known for its wiry coat and lively personality, a true shepherd's companion.


Briards are known for their long, flowing coats and fearless spirit, historically serving as both shepherd and protector


Brittanys are energetic and agile, with a keen nose for game and a friendly demeanor.

Griffon Nivernais

This breed's rough coat and keen hunting instincts make it a favorite for those seeking a tireless and robust hunting companion.

Great Pyrenees

With their thick white coats and calm demeanor, Great Pyrenees dogs are noble guardians of livestock

Dogue de Bordeaux

This massive breed is known for its muscular build and a gentle nature, making it a formidable yet affectionate pet.


Papillons are small, friendly, and intelligent, with distinctive butterfly-shaped ears that are impossible to ignore

Pyrenean Shepherd

This breed is known for its incredible energy and sharp herding instincts, a true mountain dog at heart.

Grand Basset Griffon Vendéen

With their long ears and shaggy coat, these dogs are tenacious hunters with a noble bearing.


The Barbet is a rare breed known for its curly, waterproof coat and skill at retrieving from water.