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Jasper

Birthdate: 03/18/2020

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Max

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Leo

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Lilly

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Ryder

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Delilah

Birthdate: 03/18/2020

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Gabriella

Birthdate: 03/18/2020

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Audrey

Birthdate: 03/18/2020

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F. A. Q.

Do Bulldogs slobber?

As a general rule, Bulldogs do not slobber. However, they are a flat-faced breed, which means when they get a drink of water, they must lay their lips in the bowl. This will lead to dribble trails across the floor. It cannot be helped. It is always a good idea to have a hand towel handy for this type of occasion.

Is a Bulldog a good family pet?

Absolutely! The Bulldog is gentle, loving, and sociable. (However, a Bulldog’s bulk, combined with joyful enthusiasm, would cause a family to be watchful that the Bulldog doesn’t knock over their small children.) Once you’ve had a Bulldog, your home will not be complete without one!

Are French Bulldogs good with children?

All young children need supervision around dogs, especially puppies. This is often for the puppy’s sake as well. That said, French Bulldogs are typically good around children.

Do Bulldogs shed?

Yes, all short coated breeds of dog shed. Regular grooming and care can reduce the amount of hair that the dogs sheds. A nice brushing twice a week during heavy shedding season (Spring and Fall) can pull out those loose hairs and keep them from winding up on your clothes. However, if you are looking for a dog who does not shed at all….then purchase yourself a non-shedding breed or a stuffed animal.

How long do Bulldogs typically live?

A Bulldog’s life expectancy is approximately 8-12 years, but some dogs live years beyond that. The key to a long life for your Bulldog begins with his breeding. If he comes from good quality, healthy bloodlines who are vigorus and free from genetic disorders, the chances of your Bulldog living longer, are better. Of course no one can guarantee life…but having a healthy dog just isn’t enough. You need to ensure he stays in good health by feeding good quality food and providing him with excellent vet care.

Aren't Bulldogs Stubborn and Hard to Train?

The most common misconception about bulldogs is that they cannot be trained. Forget this straight away. They are exceptionally intelligent, and are capable of strategic thinking ie plotting and planning moves with a specific result in mind. Bulldogs have LOTS of common sense….more than some people I know!

Do French Bulldogs bark a lot?

Not more or less barkers compared to other breeds. French Bulldogs are not typically excessive barkers.

What kind of Toys should I get for my bulldog?

Bulldogs must never be given bones or small balls to chew or play with. Chew hooves (the kind of chewy hooves you get from the vet) and pig ears are very dangerous. Because of their bite, they do not chew efficiently and can choke to death on balls and bones. Large Nylabones are preferred as they are excellent exercise for the dog and are very safe. Never give a Bulldog rawhide sticks or chips…these are too small and once chewed on they be come slimy and can slip down the throat causing the dog to choke.

Do all Bulldogs have breathing problems?

Yes and no. Bulldogs are very sensitive to heat. They do not have efficient thermostats.
Heat, over-exertion, stress and anxiety contribute to the Bulldogs’ breathing issues. They have big flat faces and throats with lots of loose skin and flesh. When a Bulldog gets overheated, overly excited or stressed out, that loose skin and flesh can being to swell, cutting off the dogs airway.
You must at all costs avoid taking them out in cars, on walks, to beaches or other hot places, or exercising them, during the summer. They get heatstrokes and die more easily than any other breed.
If your dog overheats, get him/her into the shade immediately, or better still get the dog into a pool of cold water. Otherwise, get to a tap fast. Wet the neck and stomach first, wrap a dripping cold towel round the neck, and keep him quiet until his breathing stabilizes and he is absolutely comfortable again. The very best precaution is always having a tub of cold water accessible to the dog in summer–they’ll get in themselves, and cool off quickly.
Your Bulldog doesn’t know he can’t do things like jog with you, play ball or frisbee in the warm weather or go for long walks on summer days. The Bulldog is loyal and will try to keep up with you and do your bidding, even if it costs him his life. It is up to YOU to ensure the safety and well being of your Bulldog. You know what he can and can’t do. Your Bullie’s life is in your hands.