Frenchtons are mixed breed dogs. They are not purebreds like their French Bulldog or Boston Terrier parents. The main colors of Frenchtons are brown, black, white, and cream. They are usually a combination of two of these colors and occasionally in brindle. They typically have short, shiny coats, and they’re generally pretty easy to groom. One or two brushes per week should suffice. Some are reported as being easily trainable, while other Frenchton parents report stubbornness. Positive reinforcement is the way to go with these pups. Be patient and consistent. Frenchtons are alert and active yet also laid back. One walk per day through a park should be enough to keep your pooch content with some minor activities mixed in. Frenchtons get along well in big families with kids of all ages. You should always teach children how to approach and touch dogs, and supervise any interactions. Frenchtons enjoy company and don’t like to be left alone. Another dog or even a cat will help meet their companionship needs. They’re typically friendly with dogs and animals.