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The Lifespan of a Bulldog

What is the lifespan of a Bulldog? If you are planning on getting one, you’re probably wondering how long they live.

Primarily bred to fight bull for sport, now a family dog, Bulldogs are adored by everyone for their cute little face, laughter and the amount of love they shower.

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Watching your Bulldog grow is delightful. From witnessing his first burp to smelling or hearing his first fart, your Bulldog has occupied a large space in your heart. You cannot stop your Bulldog from growing. Eventually, white hairs will start popping out and his joints will start to weaken. Your once crazy Bulldog will mellow down at one point in his life. Aging is inevitable and so are the health risks that come with it. Luckily, there are many senior Bulldog care tips to guide you on how to keep your aging Bulldog buddy happy and feeling young. 

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Planning on bringing home a Bulldog? Well, luckily you have a lot of different types of Bulldogs to choose from. Each type of bulldog breed has its own unique characteristics, traits, and appearance. Generally, these dogs are medium-sized and a lot heavier than you think. (more…)

Just like young children, puppies use their mouths to explore their world. Unlike young children, they also use their mouths to play, with you or with other pups. As you may already be aware, their teeth are like sharp little needles and a bite or nip from a pup can be pretty painful! Here are some way you can help control bulldog jumping & biting.

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If you’re in doubt whether to buy a French bulldog vs. English bulldog, there are things you need to know. First of all, not all bully breeds are the same. So far, you’ve probably heard that Frenchies roots go back to England, to their descendants- the English bulldogs.

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The English Bulldog is a breed that has numerous health problems and requires very moderate exercising. Keep your pet as happy and active as possible by scheduling a half hour a day for their physical activity, including at least one short walk a day. Play games like fetch and tug of war, and bring them to the park to allow them to be social. Make sure that your dog is ready for the elements and keep a close eye on their health and well-being while you exercise them.

(more…)English Bulldogs Skin Irritations have a variety of causes, including:
Because of their wrinkles and loose skin, English bulldogs are more likely to suffer friction-related skin irritation than other breeds of dog. Fortunately, by examining your dog you can spot skin irritation symptoms and causes before they become too serious. (more…)

Historical evidence suggests that English Bulldogs were created in 13th-century England, during the reign of King John, for the “sport” of bullbaiting, in which a staked bull fought a pack of dogs while spectators bet on the outcome. The dogs used in this grisly pastime, the ancestors of today’s Bulldog, were ferocious brutes with huge jaws, unbelievably brave and seemingly impervious to pain.

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Kind but courageous, friendly but dignified, the Bulldog is a thick-set, low-slung, well-muscled bruiser whose “sourmug” face is the universal symbol of courage and tenacity. These docile, loyal companions adapt well to town or country.

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