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Mixing French Bulldogs Wet & Dry Foods

Many people love to pet dogs, although feeding them can sometimes be challenging. There is no doubt that most pet parents would have wondered about whether it is alright to mix wet and dry pet food for their French bulldogs.

Generally, there is no harm in mixing wet and dry pet food. Nevertheless, there are certain factors that you should consider before deciding the best decision for your Frenchie. (more…)

There are 3 types of French Bulldog Paralysis you should know:

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First, let’s clarify what this term means. Just like children, frenchie puppies are born without social skills and they need to be trained and taught how to communicate with humans, dogs and other animals. It is simply a learning process that is necessary in order for French Bulldog puppy to feel safe and confident in his environment and to function within the group.

It doesn’t only refer to puppy’s relationship with other animals and people, but also to all kind of situations, sights and sounds the puppy will be exposed to during its life, such as traffic, traveling, vacuum cleaners.

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One of the questions we get the most is, how do you fly with your french bulldog? French bulldogs are brachycephalic breeds–flat nosed dogs–and those breeds are banned from flying commercial airlines underneath the plane.

Airlines have banned bulldogs, pugs and other brachycephalic breeds from their planes due to health risks to the dogs. These include:

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All French Bulldog pets have that pleasant, humorous and infectious personalities, but aside from that, multiple features and traits make them attractive. They are mostly found in our homes as lovely pets, playful and often readily submissive. What’s even amazing is their largely unmatched levels of intelligence – compared with other pedigree dog breeds.

When looking for a French Bulldog puppy, understanding the various French Bulldog breeder warning signs is highly recommended. French Bulldogs Colors & patterns have little or no significance on the little lovely guy’s personality.

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When it comes to buying a healthy french bulldog puppy medical records of the parents and puppies should be up-to-date at the time of buying the puppy.

Check for any ailments:

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Both the English vs French bulldogs comparison have similar features, although there are some notable differences. That’s because the Frenchie was bred to be a toy version of the bulldog. They are much smaller and have pointy ears. Let’s take a look at the English vs French bulldogs comparison, features, and characteristics. (more…)

The obesity epidemic has been sweeping America for years. By now we all should understand the importance of maintaining a healthy body weight for ourselves, why should our pets be any different? It seems like common sense, however, a large majority of pets actually are overweight and their owners may be completely oblivious.

French bulldogs already have it hard when it comes to their predisposition to a variety of health issues. By keeping them a healthy weight, they’ll live longer, happier lives.

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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…)

On average, a French Bulldog may cost anything between $1,500 to $8,000.

Why are French Bulldogs so Expensive?

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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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To keep prevent french bulldog from overheating during the summer months, always provide lots of cool, fresh water to your frenchie. We like to give our french bulldogs ice cubes and they love them. We give them ice cubes even when they’re inside. Outside, we have an arsenal of tools to keep our french bulldogs happy and cool.

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The obesity epidemic has been sweeping America for years. By now we all should understand the importance of maintaining a healthy body weight for ourselves, why should our pets be any different? It seems like common sense, however, a** large majority of pets actually are overweight** and their owners may be completely oblivious.

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You should always buy from a well-regarded breeder. Breeders get a bad reputation in some circles, but there are definitely reputable ones out there. They treat their puppies like their own personal pets until they find homes. Also, have selected their occupation purely out of love of the breed and the joy of finding the perfect little companion to grow up alongside great families.

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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.

(more…)With their soaring popularity, more and more people are adopting Frenchies to be a part of their family. Unfortunately, many people don’t know about the French bulldog’s specialized dietary needs. They think that wheezing, snorting, coughing and sneezing are just cute little breed characteristics, when they may be warning signs that you’re feeding your bulldog the wrong type of food. Here are foods to avoid giving your french bulldog. (more…)

In the mid-1800s, a toy-size Bulldog found favor in some English cities, including Nottingham, then a center for lace making. The toy Bulldog became something of a mascot for Nottingham’s lace makers. This was the height of the Industrial Revolution in England, and such “cottage industries” as lace making were increasingly threatened. Many in the lace trade relocated to northern France, and of course, they brought their toy French Bulldogs with them.

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The one-of-a-kind French Bulldogs, with his large bat ears and even disposition, is one of the world’s most popular small-dog breeds, especially among city dwellers. The Frenchie is playful, alert, adaptable, and completely irresistible.

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