Tag: Bulldogs

Stress in Bulldogs: Signs and How to Deal with It

Does your clingy Bulldog remain unusually aloof lately? Such changes in behavior are signs of stress in Bulldogs. Like in humans, stress can negatively affect your Bulldog’s health.   Your Bulldog can get stressed due to various reasons, including the following.  Changes in routine  Presence of unfamiliar items, people, or pets at home Moving to new homes …

Bulldog Hot Spots: Treatment and Prevention

Bulldog hot spots are painful and itchy areas caused by different factors. Also known as acute moist dermatitis, these hot spots suddenly show up on dog’s skin especially in areas that are prone to moisture, such as the neck, hips, and in between skin folds. Appearing as red …

Bulldog Exercise: Benefits and Types of Exercises for Your Bulldog

Bulldogs are prone to heart issues, bone problems, and obesity. For this reason, it is important that they get enough daily exercise no matter how much they hate it. But what kinds of Bulldog exercise can your pet have?  Exercise and physical activities can help prevent various health issues, including hip dysplasia, heart …

Bulldog Allergies: Avoiding Food Allergies in Bulldogs

Food allergies in Bulldogs are more widespread than any other canine breed due to their genetic makeup. As a responsible pet parent, you must be aware of common Bulldog allergies and how to tackle them.  Cheap dog food – especially those with generic or unlabeled meat source – can cause …

Is Bulldog Tail Amputation Really Necessary? 

Bulldog tail amputation sounds scary and cruel. But the procedure is necessary and even beneficial for some Bulldogs. What is your stance on Bulldog tail amputation?   The procedure involves the surgical removal of the tail. It usually aims to prevent recurrent infection and inflammation in the tail and tail pocket area.  Is Bulldog Tail Amputation …

Cystinuria in Bulldogs

Straining to pee is the most visible signs of Cystinuria in Bulldogs. Cystinuria is a hereditary condition in which the kidney is unable to process cystine, an amino acid, correctly. This leads to the formation of cystine stones and can cause blockage in the kidney, bladder, or ureter.    Canine cystinuria can be of three types – Type I …

Cute Puppy Video: Bulldog Puppy Just Gets Adorable

Bulldogs are scary dogs! At least that is what many would like us to believe. However, for those of us who share a home with these dogs, they are their own brand of adorable pets. Are you finding it hard to believe us? This video might just change …

Bulldogs Are Cute!

Bulldogs have the worst reputations among canines. Many easily dismiss them for being scary and unattractive. However, this compilation puts the haters to rest. For those who own Bulldogs, we know how these dogs are – the silliest and cutest friends to have around. In this compilation, we …

Why Bulldogs Are The Most Expensive Dogs To Own 

Bulldogs are wonderful dogs with amazing personalities – and owning them can add to an aura of grandeur to your social status. These pets are arguably the most expensive dogs to own.   Because of their unique looks and dominant personalities, Bulldogs are always on top of the AKC’s list of the most popular dog breeds. Simply put, they …

8 Signs of Bulldog Hip Dysplasia

According to the Orthopedic Foundation for Animals, the prevalence rate of Bulldog hip dysplasia is the highest among all dog breeds. From 1974 to 2016, it detected hip dysplasia in 71.8% of the 844 Bulldogs surveyed. Genetics and joint malformations are known to contribute to the prevalence of …

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 …

Pyometra in Bulldogs: An Owner’s Guide

Pyometra – “pyo” means pus and “metra” stands for uterus – refers to the thickening of the uterine lining and it leads to the accumulation of bacterial and infective fluid in the uterus. It is vital to treat pyometra in Bulldogs as soon as possible. The disease is …

Understanding False Pregnancy in Bulldogs

Known as pseudocyesis or pseudopregnancy, false pregnancy in Bulldogs is characterized by changes in the body and behavior of a female dog that resembles pregnancy. Bulldogs have big tummies whether they are male or female. Because of the shape of their bellies, some Bulldogs – especially the females …

Canine Parvovirus in Bulldogs: 10 Must-Know Things

Canine parvovirus in Bulldogs is a deadly disease that may kill an infected young puppy in 72 hours. With on-schedule vaccination and proper care, you can prevent the virus from harming your pet. Parvovirus in Bulldogs #1: How Does it Affect Your Pet Canine parvovirus is highly contagious. …

FAQs About Highly-Fatal Canine Distemper in Bulldogs 

Canine distemper in Bulldogs turns more severe, as these brachycephalic dogs – with the short-broad skulls that make breathing a difficult process – are prone to respiratory distress. With no direct cure, it is hard to alleviate this deadly, systemic, and contagious viral disease and about 80% of …