Food, toppers, treats, and more just for your feisty Frenchie.
The Right Food, at the Right Price
A small-bite Chicken & Brown Rice blend formulated to support skin & coat health, strong hips & joints, and a healthy metabolism.
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RECOMMENDED FOR FRENCH BULLDOGS
Our farm-raised Chicken & Brown Rice recipe helps support French Bulldogs' unique needs, with ingredients like:
- Immune-boosting antioxidants
- Healthy fats to promote soft coats & hydrated skin
- Natural fiber blend with pre & probiotics
- Gently-cooked grains for sensitive skin & stomachs
What Frenchie Parents Are Saying...
"Nancy LOVES her grain-free turkey!! She had runny poops for almost a year until we tried the GF formula and now her poop is solid! Much easier to pick up on walks now."
–Carly & Nancy
"Roxy’s favorite thing about BARK Food are the yummy beef toppers that make her food taste even better with each bite!"
–Madison & Roxy
Dog Food Toppers
Top kibble with sprinkles, broths, and bites to add a burst of picky-proof flavor.
Frenchie Food FAQs
How much food should I feed my French Bulldog?
Every dog has a different sweet spot due to age, genetics, lifestyle, digestibility & quality of their food, and any health issues. Taking these into consideration, there are formulas that we and your vet use to estimate where to start. After that, the ultimate answer comes from this question: Is your dog maintaining a healthy, lean body weight? If the answer is YES, you are feeding the perfect amount! If the answer is NO (they are getting a little too skinny or too chubby), then we need to make some gradual adjustments.
How many times should a French Bulldog eat per day?
For most adult dogs, splitting their daily recommended kibble amount into two meals is perfect.
How do I transition my French Bulldog to BARK food?
To switch your French Bulldog's diet, we generally recommend transitioning over the course of one week, gradually phasing out the old food and introducing the new food. For the first two days, feed 25% new food and 75% old food. After that, move to 50% and 50% for two days, then 75% new food and 25% old food for two more days.
By this point, your dog should be ready to eat only their new food! If your pup tends to have a more sensitive digestive system, it's perfectly okay to make the transition even more gradual. Always monitor for any vomiting, diarrhea, or appetite changes that would indicate your dog is having trouble with the new food.
My French Bulldog has bad teeth, can they eat this food?
The short answer is: maybe.
Dental disease can be a big problem for your dog, especially if it's advanced. Sometimes, bad teeth need soft food, because hard food can be painful or impossible to eat. Small dogs like Frenchies are particularly prone to dental problems and disease because their mouths are too small for all their teeth, which can cause other complications over time.
Ideally, dental disease is addressed by your vet, who can remove any dead, dying, or broken teeth to eliminate discomfort and inflammation. However, if your vet hasn't or cannot address the issue, consider soft food.