Category Archives: French Bulldog Care

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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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Responsible Breeders Inform their Families

Care and Cautions about your French Bulldog Puppy: Here are some things you should know before you consider purchasing a French Bulldog. Feeding: A puppy requires a high quality diet specifically formulated for growth. In general, feed puppies an amount they can comfortably consume within 5-10 minutes. Feed three times a day until your French […]

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Are you Ready for your Puppy?

Start out with a positive attitude… The first weeks of your new puppy’s life with you will be busy and demanding. There may be times when you wonder…What was I thinking? Things will go better if you have patience and keep your sense of humor. Remember that puppyhood only happens once. The extra effort you […]

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Spring Cleaning: Canine Edition

Spring Cleaning for Dog Owners It’s officially spring and we couldn’t be more excited! All the warm sunshine, clear blue skies, green grass, blooming trees and flowers has us in great spirits and feeling motivated! If you are feeling the same, you probably are finally getting the motivation you need to accomplish some spring cleaning, […]

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Oral Hygiene Tips in French Bulldogs

Oral Hygiene is imperative for your dog at any age, not just because of cosmetic reasons or to prevent bad breath, but to improve your dog’s overall health as well as prevent disease. Why?  First of all, over 80 percent of our canine family members have significant oral pathology. “The toxins from periodontal disease are […]

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French Bulldogs Need Exercise

Prioritize exercise We live in a stressful world. Exercise is a great way to fight back against tension in our lives and also to have meaningful time with loved ones away from computers, phones and other distractions. I think most dogs would agree that we would all be better off if we spent more time together […]

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