Kaiser the French Bulldog.
The breed was developed in France at the end of the 19th century, from English bulldogs that were too small to meet the Kennel Club standards in the UK, or had other breed faults, such as ears that didn't fold over. They were crossed with terriers to produce ratters in Paris and became very popular with certain trades, such as butchers. Quite quickly they also became popular pets for women from prostitutes to princesses both in France and America.
Checking out the camera (in case it's food...)elBulli was named after the breed. A French Bulldog character called Rebecca Bonbon comes from the same design studio as created Hello Kitty!
Sadly, like all flat faced dogs they are prone to respiratory problems and snore like a grampus. They also have other issues that owners must be aware of, such as an inability to properly regulate their body heat, so they are susceptible to heat stroke. Owners are also advised by the French breed association to keep their dogs away from water, as they 'swim like a stone'.