Photo du Jour: Georges the French Bulldog – Saint-Emilion, Bordeaux

Saint Emilion Bordeaux France Wine Shop French Bulldog

Georges, a regal French Bulldog, stands guard at a wine shop in the village of Saint-Emilion France, situated in Bourdeaux wine country. We recently met Georges, who spends his days sunbathing and greeting wine tasters at his master’s shop. A firetruck-red likeness of Georges also sits in the entry way, but laid-back Georges garners most of the attention of the passersby.

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Photography & text © by Tricia A. Mitchell . All Rights Reserved.

17 thoughts on “Photo du Jour: Georges the French Bulldog – Saint-Emilion, Bordeaux

    1. A fun compliment, Kat – many thanks! :) I snapped this as we were leaving this French village. We couldn’t stop laughing as Georges continued to watch our every move, even as the car turned the corner. Undoubtedly, this charming canine brings in a lot of business into his master’s wine shop!

    1. Thanks, Juliann. I was lucky to capture this one through the window in the back seat of our rental car. We’d mingled with Georges for the past two days, and were actually leaving his neighborhood, and he had this somewhat sad look on his face. My husband jokes that I project feelings on dogs, so perhaps I’m reading more into his expression. :)

    1. Hi Claudine, very nice to hear from you. So, once you retire, is it that you can play ringleader with the 6 cats and a canine addition? :) My husband also has a love for French Bulldogs, and we’ve noticed quite a fun in various spots in Europe. Hope you and your family are enjoying the summer!

    1. A softie indeed, Carol! We interpreted this look as one of sadness since we had just bid farewell, and were driving away. Perhaps we were hoping we’d brightened his days as much as he had ours. :)

    1. Hi Randall, my husband also lights up when he sees French Bulldogs. From France, to Germany, Croatia, and Serbia, I’ve been surprised to see how popular they are right now. The ones we’ve mingled with have had laid-back personalities. Are you seeing any on the streets of China?

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