Category: Living With a Bulldog

Tips To Take Care of Your Deaf Bulldog

Owning a deaf Bulldog is challenging yet rewarding. As humans, we are used to commanding dogs verbally and they oblige. However, things are a lot different when communicating with a deaf dog. Adjustments and learning new ways to communicate with a deaf dog are necessary to live a …

Inducing Vomiting in Your Bulldog: When And How

Inducing vomiting in your Bulldog can be life-saving especially when he ingests poisonous substances. There are over 100,000 cases of pet poisoning reported in the United States each year. So, knowing the basics of how to make your Bulldog vomit in urgent situations is an essential part of …

Cleaning Up Dog Pee and Getting Rid of Its Smell

So your Bulldog peed on the carpet again? Cleaning up dog pee and getting rid of its smell is something we hate doing – but we have to in order to make our living situation better. “Accidents” may still happen even if your Bulldog has been potty-trained. But …

How to Reduce Snoring in Bulldogs

It’s no secret that most Bulldogs snore. While their faces, personalities, farts, and snoring moments are parts of their charm, it still helps to know how to reduce snoring in Bulldogs. Causes of Snoring in Bulldogs Snoring may be caused by different factors including obstruction in your Bulldog’s airways, …

Can English Bulldogs Swim?

Can English Bulldogs swim? You have probably seen the joy your Bulldog feels when he plays in the mud or kiddie pool. And being a loving owner, you’re probably thinking of letting your Bulldog swim in the pool or beach. But can Bulldogs swim? The sad truth is …

The History and Origins of Bulldogs

The origin of Bulldogs can be traced back to 1600 in the Isles and lands of Europe. There has been controversy regarding the ancestry of Bulldogs. Few argued that the Bulldog is the result of crossbreeding between the Pug and Mastiff whereas Buffon contended Mastiff to be the …

The Different Types of Bulldogs

Planning on bringing home a Bulldog? Well, luckily you have a lot of Bulldog breeds to choose from. Each type of dog has its own unique characteristics, traits and appearance. Generally, these dogs are medium sized and a lot heavier than you think. They are popularly known for …

Is a Bulldog the Right Breed for You?

Before you decide to adopt a Bulldog, perhaps you should consider the characteristics you are looking for in a dog. Do you need a furry companion that will accompany you on hiking trips and will go jogging with you every Saturday morning? If so, you better move on …