How to Prepare Your Home for an English Bulldog

If you’re one of the many Americans who are using the current stay-at-home orders as an opportunity to adopt a puppy, then congratulations! Your home and family will be made better by welcoming a four-legged friend. If that four-legged friend is an English bulldog, then you’ve made an even better choice, as English bulldogs are a lovable…

The Difference Between American, French, and English Bulldogs

There are three main breeds of bulldogs: American, French, and English. While each breed is related to each other in some way or form, they are also very different and distinct groups of dogs. Here we discuss the main differences between each of the three bulldog breeds.  American bulldog  As the biggest and most athletic of…

Adopting A Second Dog: How to Help Your Dogs Get Along

There’s only one thing better than having a dog in your home—having two dogs in your home. However, unless they were a part of the same litter, your pups may not appreciate having another dog in the house. It doesn’t have to be this way, though. Your dogs can get along and even grow to love one another as long as you take…

How to Prepare Your Dog for the Vet

If you want to keep your new English bulldog healthy, then one of the best things that you can do for them is to take them for their regular check-up at the vet. However, the vet can be a scary experience for your dog, and it can be hard as owners to see our pups so…

4 Tips for Leaving Your Dog Home Alone

We hate leaving our dogs home alone, but sometimes we have to. Whether it’s for work or for a vacation, there will come a time where your dog will be left to its own devices. To make sure there aren’t any accidents, read over some of our tips on how to leave your dog home…

Is an English Bulldog the Right Breed for You?

So you are thinking of getting an English Bulldog, eh? That is wonderful news! English Bulldogs are wonderful companions, and becoming a “Bully Lover” will completely change you and your life – forever! You can research, you can read, you can dive into books and internet for information. You can learn all about English Bulldogs,…

English Bulldog Allergies Prevention

There are things you can do to help prevent allergy flare ups. •CHOOSE A GOOD SHAMPOO – There are so many shampoos out there, but many can give Bulldogs the itchies! Choose a shampoo that will help keep the coat clean and soft, but at the same time will treat their skin and remove unwanted bacteria and fungus….

English Bulldog Allergies Treatments

There are many different ways to treat allergies; it is important to go over the many different treatment options with your Vet. Don’t let them give you a package of pills and send you on your way. This only guarantees your Bulldog another vet visit next month, is only temporary relief, and just masks the…

English Bulldog Allergies

What are some of the symptoms of allergies? •Hot Spots, also called “Moist Dermatitis” (flaming red bouts of skin with moist puss coming out)•Hives & Bumps•Constantly Itching (that is not flea related)•Swollen and Watering Eyes (so much that they never stop)•Chronic Ear Infections•Constant Paw Licking•Butt Twirling or Scooting (They are trying to reach an itch,…