Georgia The French Bull Dog


The French Bulldog’s originated in Britain. Over time, the dogs were bred to be smaller and lighter in stature. When English lace workers moved to France, they took their petite bulldogs with them.  French bulldogs quickly became a love of native French residents, leading to their being called “French” Bulldogs. Americans who traveled to France also fell in love with the cute pups and brought them back to the United States.  Today, Frenchies are the 4th most popular breed in America.

Frenchie Characteristics






Heat Sensitive

Brachycephalic (smooshed face with noisy breathing)

Bat Ears

Chirping, Barking, and Grunting

Adorable Underbite

Sensitive Skin

Poor Swimmers 

Good in small home dwellings

Frenchie Facts

Weight: under 28 pounds

Life Span: 10-12 years

Color: white, cream, fawn, blue

Markings: brindle, piebald, black mask, black or white shading

Coat: short and smooth with cute wrinkles

Grooming: weekly brushing, monthly bathing, and regular wrinkle cleaning

Health Issues: Breathing challenges, heat sensitivity, anesthetic sensitivity



Hi! My name is Georgia Millicent. Everyone calls me Georgia or Gigi. I was born on Oct. 5, 2020, in Fort Wayne. I was adopted on Dec. 4, 2020, and moved to Noblesville.  My therapy dog training began when I was 4 months old.  My trainer visits me on Fridays.  Her name is Kayla. She owns Sugar Creek K-9 Academy.  I can’t wait to learn all of my behaviors and be a fully registered therapy dog! Right now, I’m serving as an Emotional Support Animal (ESA). I really enjoy coming to work withmy mom, Noelle.  It’s so fun to meet everyone. I hope that you know how special you are and how much I enjoy hanging out with you in session.  Dogs know all about feelings. I’ve felt happy, sad, frustrated, mad, lonely, confused, proud, silly, hopeful, energetic, anxious, and mischievous.  Please, know that therapy is cool.  It’s your time to share emotions and talk about whatever is on your mind…all in a judgment-free zone. You’re “pawsitively” welcome to come in. I can’t wait to sniff, snuggle and listen to you.


Daisy and Josephine / written by Melissa Gilbert

As warm as the sun / Kate and Jim McMullan

Alfred’s nose / Vivienne Flesher

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939b Conner St. Suite 102, Noblesville, IN, 46062


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