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Helping You Fix Your Bulldog's Behavior Problem!

While most people know that bulldogs can be aggressive, few know what to do about it. Fortunately, the majority of bulldogs will not attack if their owner shows them love, patience, and understanding. However, there are also bulldogs that are unpredictable, and this often has to do with something the (previous) owner has done to the dog.

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Superior Nutrition For The Life of Your Bulldog

One of the most important aspects of taking care of your bulldog is ensuring that he/she gets the proper amount of nutrition. Unfortunately, there are a lot of companies out there that do not care about the health of your dogs and rather rely on making a profit at the expense of your pets well-being.  There are many things that you can do to keep your dog healthy and happy.  Here are a few tips that you can follow to ensure that you are feeding your bulldog the best dog food you can get.

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Bulldog Rescue

Let's come together to help save the lives of abused, abandoned or otherwise homeless bulldogs. We believe that there are many bulldogs who are born to die, but that there are also many who are born to live, and yet many are forced to endure a life of neglect or abuse. We are dedicated to helping these dogs by finding them homes, whether it be through adoption, rescue or fostering.

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Common Buldog Breeds and Hybrid Healthcare Tips

How to Keep Your Bulldog Healthy

Keeping your bulldog healthy is one of the most important things you can do to ensure your furry friend will live a long, healthy life.

Get Playful With your Bulldog

Benefits of Exercising

Exercise your bulldog by walking or playing to keep them physically active, mentally stimulated, and generally content.

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Visit a Dog Vet Regularly

Keep Up With Regular Vet Visits

A Dog Vetenarian visit is an important part of keeping your Bulldog’s health in tip top shape. If you are new to this there are some things to keep in mind.

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Fun & Effective Dog Training

Be Consistent About Training

There are many training techniques. While each method requires its own set of rules, consistency is key when teaching commands.

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How to Clean Your Bulldog: A Guide to Taking Care of Your Pooch

Keeping your bulldog clean is just as important as brushing his coat. Bulldogs, like all breeds, have a tendency to get skin conditions such as skin fold dermatitis (intertrigo) and pyoderma (bacterial skin infection). If you don’t clean your Bulldog’s inner skin folds regularly, it could cause their coat to become dark and bumpy that could result in an infection. If you’ve ever lifted your Bulldog’s chin to clean his eyes you know there’s a lot of skin. Whether you choose to bathe your dog or not, there are a few tips you need to keep in mind that will help you keep your dog clean and healthy. These tips will allow your bulldog to live a happy and healthy life and avoid high pet care health costs.


Cleaning Your Bulldog’s Eyes and Face Folds

Unpleasant bacteria and viruses can easily settle into the crevices and folds of your Bulldog face, causing inflammation and stinging pain. A gentle cleansing can help to remove these contaminants and reduce the risk of infection. Read more >


Clean Their Ears Regularly

Ears get dirty easily because they are often exposed to dirt and debris in their environment. Regular cleaning helps prevent ear infections which may develop if bacteria gets trapped inside them. Read more >


How to Clean A Bulldog’s Tail Pocket

It is also important to clean a bulldog’s tail. Bacteria, dirt, and other harmful substances can accumulate quickly on a bulldog’s tail pocket over a period of days, causing it to become inflamed, and possibly become infected. Read more >

Common Bulldog Health Problems

Bulldogs can suffer from a variety of physical ailments that make them a particularly unhealthy breed. Here are some health facts that you may not know about the Bulldog breed.

Respiratory problems

Bulldogs who breathe poorly face an elevated risk of pneumonia, bronchitis, emphysema, and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Proper ventilation reduces these risks.


Overweight dogs tend to develop health issues because their bodies store fat instead of burning calories. They also become prone to diabetes, respiratory infections, skin conditions, and other illnesses.

Cherry Eye

Dogs with cherry eye syndrome suffer from redness around one or both eyes. Although it isn’t dangerous, it’s annoying and unsightly. Treatment includes cleaning the area daily using antibiotic drops.

Hip Dysplasia

This occurs when the hip joint becomes misaligned due to abnormal growth in the leg bones. It usually affects older Bulldogs and results in painful arthritis. Early detection can prevent permanent damage.

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