The second volume of 'The World of Frenchies',
the bi-annual which covers the worldwide interest
in the breed during the years 2009 and
2010, is published in November 2011.
Prominent breed fanciers, from Canada to
Australia and from Finland to South Africa (seven new countries are represented), will
bring you the highlights of regional love for the
French Bulldog. In an increasingly faster and
smaller world, 'The World of Frenchies'
colourful reference, essential for true fanciers of
The international orientation of breeders and
judges alike has given the development of the
breed an extra input. Going for the best is what
counts more than ever, helped by modern technology.
With 'The World of Frenchies'
as the most
Internet has given love for the French Bulldog a
dimension, which until a few years ago, was
unthinkable. The very same day a dog show is held,
the results can be seen at home. Including the latest
Hundreds of messages per e-group, per
week, are not unusual. The more there is to
surf, the more there is the need for a quiet moment
of study and unbiased reference. And for the
preservation what is easily forgotten, see 'The World of Frenchies'
'The World of Frenchies in 2009 and 2010'
brings you all the aspects
which makes it such a colourful reference. Facts,
figures and photographs about events of the breed
clubs, of champions and other important dogs.
So in principle every champion will be honoured
by a full colour photograph and a three-generation
pedigree, for free. But also in-depth articles about
subjects such as breeding, type, history, standard,
art, law, health as well as extensive interviews with
first rank breed fanciers. All this will be covered in
340 pages (thirty more than in the first issue).
'The World of Frenchies'
is a luxury book (hardback)
with scores of full-colour and black and
white photographs, in an impressive format (A4).
Extra attention is paid to the adverts, a source of
information on their own. Because breeders are of
the utmost importance for the breed, the price for
an advert is kept as low as possible, certainly when
taking into account the worldwide distribution of
this magnificent review for the French Bulldog