The American French Bull Terrier comes from two dogs that are different in many ways: size, temperament, and history. How much they inherit from either parent tends to be unknown until each hybrid dog matures. Even within a single litter, there may be puppies that look and act more like the Frenchie and others that more closely resemble the Bully. Still, there are enough similarities that these dogs can be counted on to be devoted, loyal, and courageous.
Both parent breeds are very intelligent, even if one is overshadowed by the stigma of dogfighting and the other is saddled with being a too-cute lapdog. You'll find that your American French Bull Terrier will want to use their smarts for new tricks and other ways to please you. Both parents are independent-minded, however, so you should expect some stubbornness.
These dogs will want to be with you all the time. They may be aloof to strangers, but in time, they will warm up to new friends. Loyalty and courage are hallmarks of the American French Bull Terrier as well as their parent breeds. You should be sure to be equally protective of these small hybrid dogs so that their desire to protect you isn't more than they can bite off!
Moderate exercise will work for these dogs. They will explore their home frequently, but daily walks and a few dog park visits every week should be done for exercise and socialization.