How to Take Care of Your Bulldog Archives

Remove a Tick from your Dog

Removing ticks from your dogs is essential especially on tick season. Common sights of the tick are in between foot, bottom-side of the foot, on the ear canal and seldom on the body. To remove them, use a fine tick tweezers or a tick removing tool. Concentrate on the tick itself and avoid pulling your ...

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How to Clip Your Bulldogs Nails

Clip your Bulldog’s toenails on a regular basis. It will prevent the nails from getting stuck in the carpet and making a clicking sound when walking around. Properly trimmed nails keep you, your family and your dog safe. Make sure you do it the right way by watching this video.

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Alleviate your Bulldog in Hot Weather

Always pay attention to your bulldog’s health especially during the warm seasons. Because bulldogs are prone to overheating, warm weather may mean that they are at risk of being dehydrated or overheating. Always see to it that they are properly hydrated and are able to stay in places that are cool enough where they can rest and regulate their temperature.

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How to treat your Bulldog from a Cherry Eye Condition

The cherry eye is one of the common conditions that can affect your bulldog. Eyes are very sensitive, thus, this part of your bulldog must always be looked after to prevent infections and diseases. And while cherry eyes are not painful, they do get in the way of your bulldog’s cuteness. And when left untreated, might cause dryness to your bulldog’s eyes –or worse.

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Cleaning Bulldog’s Ears

A healthy bulldog is a clean bulldog. One of the reasons why some bulldogs get sick or infected easily is because they are not cleaned properly. Aside from the facial folds of the bulldogs, skin diseases and other infections can start in other places such as the ears. Here is how to properly clean your bulldog’s ears.

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How to Clean Your Bulldog’s Eyes and Face Folds

Your bulldog’s eyes and face are one of its most sensitive parts of the body. But because some bulldogs like to put their faces where they don’t belong, it could get easy for germs and diseases to enter their bodies through the eyes. Cleaning your bulldog’s eye and face folds will keep them away from infections and diseases.

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How to Take Care of Your Bull Mastiff

A Bull Mastiff is a big dog so you need to be in control when you take a large canine like this in your household.

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How to Take Care of an English Bulldog

Taking good care of a your English Bulldog means you will have to teach him to be obedient. They are large animals and you can not have them running and jumping up to people out of control because they will scare and can potentially hurt people. It is important how your English Bulldog responds to his commands, ...

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How to Clean the Bulldogs Tail Pocket

Aside from a bulldog’s facial folds and ears, another area susceptible to infections and injuries is the bulldog’s tail pocket. This small pocket underneath the tail can sometimes be a starting point for rashes and raw patches. When left uncared for, these raw patches of flesh can breed infections. Here’s how you can clean your bulldog’s tail pocket

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