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Keep Your Pup Flea Free This Season!

With Spring in full bloom and summer on the way, flea control is on any pet owner’s mind. With a mild winter and a warmer than usual spring we may see an even higher increase in infestations than usual. Not to worry, there are many effective ways to eliminate these pests and with a few […]

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How To Include Man (and Womans) Best Friend in Your Wedding!

It’s wedding season! Are you a bride or groom getting ready for your special day? Most likely your closest friends and family will all be there to support and celebrate with you on this happy occasion. If you have a furry little member of the family, why not include them in the festivities as well? […]

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Celebrate National Pet Day!

It’s National Pet Day! One reason we love our fur-babies so much is for the unconditional love they constantly give. Now it’s our turn to show them how much we care and pamper them with the extra love and attention that they deserve. So to help inspire you find new and creative ways to do […]

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W A R N I N G … Allergic Reactions!

We got this email from one of our BlueGrass Families. I wanted to share the warning… “We had a scare with Rex last night! This is the one week each month that Hugh and I are both gone all day, so my dad is in charge of his “furry” grandkids. He comes and plays and […]

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“NO BITE” is our #1 Rule …

When you get your French bulldog home it is important that you CONTINUE with your puppies “NO BITE” training… One of the most important socialization skills for a puppy to learn is that he should never bite his human companion. You must train your French bulldog not to bite because a puppy that bites may […]

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Introducing your French Bulldog to Other Pets

If introductions are not “properly” done, the fur can fly if you already have another pet and add a new one to the household. Here are some steps to help your new French bulldog and old pets adjust to one another. If you already have a pet that will not be able to accept or […]

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Introducing your Frenchie to Kids

Children and French bulldogs are a natural combination, but children should always be taught to be gentle with their new puppy or adult Frenchie and parents should always supervise interactions. All children past crawling stage can participate in care in some fashion. A toddler can pick up toys and put them in a box, help […]

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Crate Training Tips

This is one of the best puppy house training tips we have to offer. Training your French bulldog puppy to be comfortable in a crate is a good way to keep him safe and confined during housetraining. Most puppies will quickly accept crate confinement when you make the introduction fun. Since it’s important to associate […]

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House Training & Feeding Tips

As with most things in life, there are right and wrong ways to get things done. Rubbing a puppy’s nose in a mess is NOT the right way to housetrain. Using ample amounts of supervision and positive reinforcement is. Use the following puppy house training tips to get started on the road to proper puppy […]

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A Tired Dog is a Happy Dog

All dogs need mental and physical stimulation. French bullogs often get in trouble when they have not had enough mental and physical activity… in other words, they get bored. There are various types of activities that you can do together with your Frenchie. Some love to chase and retrieve balls. Although, others will look at […]

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