How to Get Rid of Fleas on Bulldogs

Would you like to know how to get rid of fleas on Bulldogs? Fleas are present wherever you go especially if you live in a hot and humid area so knowing how to get rid of them is a necessity for dog owners. There are more than 2,000 kinds …
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Diarrhea in Dogs: What to Do If Your Bulldog Has Diarrhea

What should you do if your Bulldog is suffering from diarrhea? There are different reasons why dogs suffer diarrhea. Diarrhea in dogs can happen due to a number of reasons including consumption of strange items, bacterial or viral infections, poisoning, or serious diseases. A loose and watery stool …

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, …
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Taking Care of Your Bulldog’s Teeth

Perhaps one of the most distinguishable feature of Bulldogs is their teeth. Although they look a bit different, taking care of your Bulldog’s teeth is still as important. Your Bulldog’s teeth can accumulate tartar over time so they will need to be cleaned regularly. There are different ways …

Training Your Bulldog Puppy To Pee Outside

Training your Bulldog puppy to pee outside is important if you want to live a fuss-free life with him. Your Bulldog can probably get away with anything considering how cute and goofy he is. Still, we bet you would not want to mop the floors every now and …

How to Stop Your Bulldog From Eating Too Fast

Bulldogs love their food too much and if they could, they would gobble all their meals in one gulp. In this post, we’ll discuss how to stop your Bulldog from eating too fast. Eating too fast can be bad for your Bulldog’s digestive system. As a breed, they …
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Ear Mites in Bulldogs

Ear mites in Bulldogs are not rare. Those pesky microscopic mites can affect all breeds of dogs and cats. Scientifically known as Otodectes Cynotis Mites, ear mites are very common but easy to treat. But complications may still occur when a Bulldog, who has ear mites, has an …

VCO for Bulldogs: Benefits of Giving Your Bulldog Virgin Coconut Oil

VCO for Bulldogs? Have you ever considered giving your Bulldog virgin coconut oil? Believe it or not, VCO has lots of health benefits for dogs. Coconut can help aid your Bulldog’s digestion, make their coats shinier and better, prevent infections, and more. VCO has antifungal, antibacterial, and antiviral …

Interdigital Cysts in Bulldogs

Interdigital Cysts in Bulldogs can be pretty common. Interdigital cysts are growths that can develop between your Bulldog’s toes. But what are the causes of interdigital cysts in Bulldogs and how are they treated? Causes of Intedigital Cysts in Bulldogs Interdigital cysts have different causes and it may …
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Anal Gland Problems in Bulldogs

Anal Gland problems in Bulldogs are not uncommon. Anal gland problems may result to infection causing your Bulldog to feel pain and discomfort when relieving himself. What are anal glands? Every dog has two anal glands or sacs. Each gland is found on each side of the dog’s …

The Different Shapes of Bulldog Tails

Don’t you just love Bulldog tails? Bulldogs are known for their perennial frown, stocky and sturdy physique, and snubbed-noses. But another recognizable body part of the Bulldog is their tail. Sometimes, Bulldogs can appear tailless. That little stump in their rear end is not docked unlike in other …

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 …

Cleft Palate in Bulldogs

What is cleft palate in dogs and why does it occur? Cleft palate is a common occurrence in dogs. It occurs in all breeds and has an incidence rate of up to 25 percent. However, brachycephalic dogs breeds like Shih Tzus, Bulldogs, and Boxers have a 30% increased …

Is It Possible To Make Bulldogs A Healthy Breed?

Funny looks and amazing personalities: we love Bulldogs the way they are. The only problem is they have a lot of health issues. As lovers of the breed, we wonder: can we make Bulldogs a healthy breed? Flat-faced, round-bellied and wrinkly skinned, that’s what best describes the appearance …