How to Take Care of Your Bulldog Archives

Ways To Save On Pet Medication Costs

Medication and veterinary services can sometimes be as expensive, if not more, than your own medical bills. This is something most serious pet owners probably already know. Cut the cost of your pet’s veterinary care and medicine cost by following these easy tips.

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How to Get Rid of Dog Fleas

Fleas are annoying little creatures. Their bites are annoying and can cause a lot of annoyance to our pets, and not to mention the possibility of skin infections, allergies, and irritations. Get rid of fleas from your pet and your home by following a simple guideline.

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How to Eliminate Fleas Using No Chemicals

There are several ways you can eliminate fleas which are infesting your dog and your home. While there are commercially produced solutions and chemicals which you can easily purchase, there are also means which includes the use of common natural ingredients for a safer and non-toxic way of killing fleas.

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Tips for Leaving Your Bulldog at Home

Leaving your bulldog alone at home can be very stressful for them. And indeed, just like most of us humans, they also get bored and lonely when left alone to themselves. But as this video shows, there are few tips you can follow to reduce the stress on the bulldog when you have to leave home for work. Try these out and see how your dog will be able to adjust to being left at home.

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Cure Irritated or Itchy Bulldog Paws

Dr Karen Becker recommends FOOT SOAKS for disinfecting dog paws with itchiness and exposed to certain contaminants like salts, pesticides, mud’s, leaves and all environmental allergens that exposes to your dog paws specifically on summer when they are not wearing socks at play. When these allergens can’t be cured, your dogs will began licking continuously ...

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Basic Care for your Bulldog

There are a few basic things to remember if you want to properly take care of your pet bulldog. First, because of their short snouts, it is harder for bulldogs to regulate its temperature thus making them susceptible to overheating. Secondly, the folds on their snouts can accumulate dirt and moisture which can become a starting point for skin infections. To know the ways you can take better care of your bulldog, just watch the video and read through the article for more information.

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How to Clean Your Bulldogs Face Wrinkles and Eyes

While they are the most iconic features of your bulldog, they are also areas on the face where infections are likely to occur when not cleaned regularly. The eyes and the wrinkles on your bulldog’s face can become a starting point for infections. Watch the video and learn how you can easily keep these areas clean.

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Grooming and Caring for Bulldogs

Does a bulldog need to be groomed? Yes! Although they may look like no amount of makeover can remedy their menacing looks, bulldogs still need to be groomed. Grooming does not just add to a dog’s looks, it is also part of keeping the dog healthy. After all, one sign of a healthy bulldog is a healthy appearance.

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How to Keep Your Bulldog Cool in the Summer

Heat strokes are one of the leading causes of bulldog deaths during warm weather. Because they are susceptible to overheating, it is important to keep your dog hydrated and out of the heat. To do this, make sure that your bulldog has access to cool, clean water to drink, and a maybe a pool or basin where he can cool off whenever he needs to.

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Bulldog Cooling Bandana

During the heat of the summer season, your bulldog’s health might just be at risk. Because some dogs tend to adjust to varying temperatures easier than others, those who can’t adjust (such as bulldogs) easily may get overheated. Help your dog cool off with the revolutionary bulldog cooling bandana!

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