There are many varying opinions between dog experts as to whether bones should be given to a dog raw, cooked, hard, or soft and even whether they should be given at all.
Your French Bulldog has given you many wonderful years of companionship and in return, you should make your pet’s final years are as comfortable as can be.
Worming your dog on a regular basis is essential to protect them against internal parasites.
Some dog breeds, such as French Bulldogs, are more susceptible to allergies than others.
Chew treats are quite common among all dog owners. If you currently or have ever owned a dog, you have given dozens of these treats to your friend and they absolutely love them!
Washing your French Bulldog is important, but it’s not as important as you may think. The fact is that healthy dogs actually do not need to be bathed that often at all.
Emotions play a critical role in the lives of human beings. Feelings of sadness, happiness, anger, frustration, fear and love are what helps to shape our human experience.
Proper dental hygiene is just as important for dogs as it is for humans. Just like us, your French Bulldog’s teeth can gather plaque after eating and when that plaque builds up, hardens and becomes the brown substance we all know as tartar.
Owning a French Bulldog is a big responsibility and some might even compare that responsibility to that of having a baby. The advantage of having a dog instead of a baby, is that the dog won’t grow older and turn into a stressful teenager.
Most dogs, when given the correct care and TLC can live complete and happy lives with their owners. However, given the level of impact our pets have on our lives, a beloved pet can never live long enough.