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Bulldogs: bulldog, exercise program, bulldog
exercise program, bulldog, romp: It depends on the dog. If he s active, then he can use a fair amount of exercise. If he s a laid back guy, probably a romp in the yard is enough. Each dog has different needs. If he s overweight, be very careful if you intend to start an exercise program...

Bulldogs: Is my bulldog aggresive?!, couch potatoes, crazy mode
couch potatoes, crazy mode, nastey: HI DAVE I HAVE YET TO SEE A NASTEY ENG, BULL DOG.? THEY ARE COUCH POTATOES, A DAILY WALK WOULD HELP ALSO. I WALKED BRITA SO MUCH AS A PUPPY SHE WAS ALWAYS TIRED ALONG WITH MY BOSTON. U MIGHT GET A SPRAY BOTTLE OF WATER ADD A TAD BIT OF VINEGAR IN IT AND...

Bulldogs: bulldog aggressive, eye sight, bulldog
eye sight, bulldog, aspirin: I hear this quite often. There could be a number of reasons why he s doing this. Perhaps he s losing his hearing or his eye sight isn t good now. This is usually the first thing to consider. There could be other issues like joint aches and pains. Try giving...

Bulldogs: bulldog behavior, upper respiratory problem, table food
upper respiratory problem, table food, raw hide: Just get him back into his normal routine with you and don t expect to much of him for a while. The table food probably really did a number on his little belly. Because he was obviously stressed during this period, I would keep an eye on him just in case...

Bulldogs: bulldog is having diarhhea, vet asap, bloody diarrhea
vet asap, bloody diarrhea, stool sample: There s always cause for concern when you see bloody diarrhea. It could be a virus. It could be parasites. It could be an obstruction. Even if you don t see it today, get a stool sample in to your vet asap and have him take a look at it to determine what,...

Bulldogs: bulldog eating everything in sight!, smart puppy, link kennel
smart puppy, link kennel, obedience classes: This sounds like behavior he has learned in order to get back in the house. You re going to have to either keep him indoors more or put up a chain link kennel in an area where he can t destroy anything. He s obviously a smart puppy. He s trained you well :o...

Bulldogs: bulldog feeding, adult food, medium adult
adult food, medium adult, skinny side: First of all, I would have a stool check done to be sure he s not carrying around any parasites. Once that is cleared, you might put him on Eukanuba medium adult food. Innova is also a good choice. Make the change gradually over about a week using his present...

Bulldogs: bulldog good breed for cat/children?, rescue person, rescue adoption
rescue person, rescue adoption, adoption agencies: I don t think a puppy is a good idea for you at this time with both you and your wife working all day. A puppy and a 2 yr. old is like having 2 two year olds at the same time! Rescue would be a good thing. I don t have any contacts in CA, but I suggest you...

Bulldogs: Is a bulldog even a good choice?, brittish bulldog, those dogs
brittish bulldog, those dogs, calm disposition: I think it s wise to consider the Olde English. However, there is not a lot of consistency in the breed yet because it is fairly new and breeders are developing their own lines. You need to find a breeder who isn t into weight pulling or competitions because...

Bulldogs: bulldog house training problems, pointer finger, old keys
pointer finger, old keys, naughty boy: RYAN, START TO RETRAIN POTTY AGAIN, TAKE HIM OUT THE SAME DOOR, HANG A RING OF OLD KEYS OR BELLS HE CAN LEARN TO HIT ON. TAKE TO THE SAME AREA OUTDOORS. WAIT UNTIL HE GOES, DO THIS OFTEN AGAIN, GAIT OFF THE ONE ROOM ALSO. KITCHEN MOSTLY AND LAY SOME PAPERS...

Bulldogs: bulldog knee, hip dysplasia, english bulldog
hip dysplasia, english bulldog, rear leg: If you re very careful with her chances are it may heal on it s own if not completely torn. There s not a Bulldog on the planet with good hips. Don t let your vet talk you into hip replacements either. I would start the dog on glucosomine supplements and...

Bulldogs: bulldog ligament/knee problems, knee problems, dog crate
knee problems, dog crate, patella: I think you need to be very cautious about this. I would give your dog crate rest and leash walking only for a month and see if you see an improvement. If so, this may be necessary for extended periods of time. If she s not in severe pain now, there s no rush...

Bulldogs: bulldog limping, old english bulldog, pinched nerve
old english bulldog, pinched nerve, cold weather: The first instance could have been just a pinched nerve from the way he happened to be sleeping. He s at an age when his hips may start to bother him and the glucosamine will help and should be given on a daily basis. Bulldogs have terrible hips. You can also...

Bulldogs: bulldog luxating patella, luxating patella, hind legs
luxating patella, hind legs, patellas: Vet s love Bulldogs. They plan their next vacation around Bulldog clients I think. If the dog isn t exhibiting any lameness or pain, he s going to be fine for quite some time. I doubt you d find any Bulldog that wasn t a grade one in both patellas. Yes,...

Bulldogs: bulldog panting after giving birth, puppy food, loose stools
puppy food, loose stools, english bulldog: Get rid of the puppy food right away and give her what she s used to. If you want to add a little canned food to it that s fine, but not just canned food. Check her breasts to make sure they aren t hot or hard. This could be mastitis coming on which would...

Bulldogs: My bulldog has got a pinky!, pink noses, great ambassador
pink noses, great ambassador, pink nose: Personally, I ve not had a Bulldog without full pigment ever. Some take longer than others to fill in. If both the puppy s parents are good, then there s no reason to think her nose won t fill in eventually. I had a female who had a small pink spot about the...

Bulldogs: bulldog pup, puppy daycare, canine puppy
puppy daycare, canine puppy, separation anxiety: It s hard enough to house train a puppy when there s someone home, but with two people working out of the house, it s almost impossible. Is there any way you could have someone come in midday to interact with him? This sets the puppy up for separation anxiety...

Bulldogs: bulldog puppy, hunk, bulldog
hunk, bulldog, obedience: hi Edie Teach the puppy basic training of obedience things like sit, stay , down, come here, etc. It must have a boss and leader and this is you, if u let the dog become leader its over. Teach with positive methods of grabing a hunk of hair on back of its...

Bulldogs: bulldog question, bladder infection, heat cycle
bladder infection, heat cycle, question question: If you re referring to a heat cycle as a period , I m very concerned about your knowledge going into this breeding. The 11th day is a good time to breed your female and usually once is enough. You might want to do a second one on her 13th day but later...

Bulldogs: bulldog question, recomendation, bulldog
recomendation, bulldog, playtime: He s trained you to carry him outside and he s done a great job! Put a harness on him and drag is little lazy butt outside to go to the bathroom. He s protest but don t give him. Carrying him at this age is totally unnecessary. Bulldogs are notoriously...

Bulldogs: bulldog question, real nightmare, bald spots
real nightmare, bald spots, ear problems: You neglected to tell me how old your dog is, but I m assuming he s young, perhaps under a year old? The bald spots could be nothing, or they could be the start of demodex. A vet would have to do a skin scraping and look at it under a microscope to see if...

Bulldogs: have a bulldog/retreiver about..., dead puppy, wonderful mother
dead puppy, wonderful mother, bulldog: First of all, she should have been spayed before this situation ever occured. Secondly, 13 is a huge litter for any dog especially a first litter. It is not at all unusual for a dog to eat a dead puppy, or a live one if there was something wrong with it. It...

Bulldogs: bulldog skin problem, soloxin, outer ears
soloxin, outer ears, chlortrimeton: There are a lot of nerve endings in the pads of a dogs foot. I would be worthwhile if you could get your dog to a dermatologist for an evaluation. It may be expensive, but I m quite sure you ve spent a considerable amount already on things that don t work....

Bulldogs: bulldog skin problem, dry flaky skin, pet shampoo
dry flaky skin, pet shampoo, different dogs: If this has happened with two different dogs in your household, it has to be somethng environmental if you ve ruled out thyroid and the other obvious medical conditions. Without being able to go through a check list of possibilities, I can t help you any further....

Bulldogs: bulldog skin, english bulldog, thyroid function
english bulldog, thyroid function, hypothyroidism: Test her for thyroid function. The test is called T3/T4. If it comes back normal, chances are she has what s called seasonal alopecia. The hair may thin in the winter and be fine in the summer or vise versa. If it s this way year round, it s probably hypothyroidism...

Bulldogs: bulldog smell, question thanks, minor surgery
question thanks, minor surgery, great dog: You can t see what s going on because of his color but yes, the drainage from the eyes has an odor, a musky, heavy odor. It might not be a bad idea to have a vet take a look at his eyes to see if he has any entropion going on which would cause his eyes to...

Bulldogs: My bulldog Tuffy Needs Help, obedience class, separation anxiety
obedience class, separation anxiety, baby wipes: Most Bulldogs will stick their tongue out when sleeping because they are relaxed. They have no muzzle length but a normal length tongue. So, it has to go somewhere. It sounds like your dog needs socialization. Take him to an obedience class just so he can...

Bulldogs: bulldog tail, several dogs, time and patience
several dogs, time and patience, fan fair: Tight tails are very problematic and need constant attention. There s no easy way to clean them. You really have to dig in and get the gunk out. I m not sure you would need to do this on a daily basis. Once a week should be fine, but I would do whatever...

Bulldogs: bulldog training, english bulldog, scruff of the neck
english bulldog, scruff of the neck, own toys: Puppies only frame of reference when it comes to social behavior is what they learn from their siblings, biting, growling and playing rough. It s up to you to teach her acceptable social behavior with humans. When she bites, grab her by the scruff of the...

Bulldogs: bulldog training&expectations, bulldog puppies, obedience classes
bulldog puppies, obedience classes, high expectations: Ask your vet how many Bulldog puppies he s trained. You have very high expectations for him at this age. Generally I tell people not to see much success with house training before 16 weeks and possibly longer. Puppies are individuals and train at different...

Bulldogs: bulldog training, baby gate, spare room
baby gate, spare room, 7 months: As much as I hate to say it, you created the monster! This is obviously a jealous response to the men in your life. If she s not trying to bite anyone, try ignoring her. Ask everyone to pay not attention when she goes through the growling/charging performance...

Bulldogs: bulldog won't eat dry food, dry toast, club sandwich
dry toast, club sandwich, turkey club: Stick to your guns. Wouldn t you rather eat a turkey club sandwich instead of two pieces of dry toast? He ll come around, but in the future, don t start something like this unless you intend to continue with it. Just make his dry food available to him...

Bulldogs: my bulldog, english bulldog, soup bone
english bulldog, soup bone, cottage cheese: HI MATT STOP BATHING THE DOG SO MUCH, LET HER NATURAL OILS INTO HER COAT FOR THEY ARE PRONE TO SKIN PROBLEMS ANYHOW AND YOUR ADDING TO THIS. JUST GET SOME DOG COLOGNE AND SPRAY HER AND BRUSH THE DOG DAILY. YES, WIPS HER LAP OVER THE NOSE FOR BRITA NOW PASSED...

Bulldogs: bulldogs/bathroom, quality diet, stomach upset
quality diet, stomach upset, diarhea: Bulldogs are as clean as any dog if properly trained and can certainly go outside to the bathroom. Some may take a little longer than others, but they are trainable. Gas is associated with diet. If you keep your dog on a fairly routine, quality diet of...

Bulldogs: bulldogs breedind, spayed and neutered, dogs spayed
spayed and neutered, dogs spayed, c section delivery: If your female is in heat, then they will exhibit this behavior. If you have no experience breeding dogs or raising puppies, especially since you are headed for a c-section delivery, I suggest you have your dogs spayed and neutered asap. There s nothing ...

Bulldogs: bulldogs breeding, artificial insemination, knowlegde
artificial insemination, knowlegde, c section: The anesthesia of choice these days is propofol(sp). Only a small percentage is metabolized through the liver and therefore, they wake up quickly with little side effects. The puppies wake up faster as well. I m not sure why you are so concerned about herpes....

Bulldogs: bulldogs hearing, english bulldogs, selective hearing
english bulldogs, selective hearing, gunk: Chances are your Bulldog has lost some or all of his hearing. If he s had ear infections or severe mite problems, then it s a good possibility. I would take him to the vet and have him check out his ears. Perhaps they re just full of gunk and need a good...

Bulldogs: bulldogs and kids, old english bulldog, english bulldogs
old english bulldog, english bulldogs, animal planet: Every puppy bites at 8 weeks old. Puppies social reference is what they ve learned from their siblings, biting, growling and playing rough. Until you teach them differently, this is all they know. Bulldogs are wonderful with children as long as they are...

Bulldogs: can bulldogs mix well with other dogs?, bulldog puppies, doggie daycare
bulldog puppies, doggie daycare, type of dogs: Bulldog puppies need company but they need supervision as well. If you re gone just 2 days a week, see if someone can puppy sit for you or perhaps take the puppy to a doggie daycare while you re out. Don t leave him unattended at home especially if he can...

Bulldogs: bulldogs periods etc, knowledgeable vet, bulldog owners
knowledgeable vet, bulldog owners, ways to prevent pregnancy: Hi Teresa, A dog s heat cycle lasts for typically 3 weeks(though can be longer or shorter, depending on the dog). During this cycle, the female will generally spot during the first several days. When you first detect this spotting, or male dogs paying...

Bulldogs: bulldogs--any problems?, soft pallet, health guarantee
soft pallet, health guarantee, common health: Bulldogs have health issues. The important thing is to locate a consciencious breeder who will provide veterinary references and references from clients who own their dogs. It is also imperative to get a health guarantee in writing. Bulldog s most common...

Bulldogs: bulldogs-skin problems, hydrogen peroxide, clarifying shampoo
hydrogen peroxide, clarifying shampoo, male puppies: You shouldn t be bathing him this often. I don t recall the last time I gave one of mine a bath. The pimples are probably puppy pyoderma. I m betting their mostly on his chin and his belly. This is very common on male puppies. Stop the bathes. Clean the...

Bulldogs: bulldogs, thyroid imbalance, quality dog food
thyroid imbalance, quality dog food, english bulldogs: The first thing I suggest you do is take a fecal sample to your vet to rule out any parasites(worms). Also, if she has or has had a flea problem, I would ask your vet to worm her for tapeworms regardless of what shows up on the fecal exam. Any or all parasites...

Bulldogs: Is my bullie pregnant?, c section delivery, pregnant dogs
c section delivery, pregnant dogs, two dogs: There s a very good chance that your female is pregnant. If you have no experience with caring for pregnant dogs or dealing with a c-section delivery and the possibility of hand feeding around the clock, I suggest you get her to the vet and have her aborted....

Bulldogs: Yet another bullie skin question, matted fur, butt paste
matted fur, butt paste, diaper rash: First of all, I would leave the collar off totally. If you re walking him with it, take it off when he s inside. There s no reason on earth for dry food to cause this type of irritation. You may just have to towel him off every time he eats and drinks until...

Bulldogs: bully mix, olde english bulldogges, victorian bulldog
olde english bulldogges, victorian bulldog, victorian bulldogges: I fail to see the purpose to breed a Victorian back to an English Bulldog. It defeats the entire concept of why the Victorian was created, to eliminate the health issues of the English Bulldog. As far as a companion dog, I don t see why that would be an...

Bulldogs: bumps & infection in bulldog wrinckles, intents and purposes, antibiotic ointment
intents and purposes, antibiotic ointment, baby powder: The problem is you re cleaning his wrinkles too often. They re obviously sore. Give him a break and just clean once a week for a while. Put something soothing in his wrinkles for now, like an antibiotic ointment and just let him be. Once the soreness is gone,...

Bulldogs: CHD, hip dysplasia, healthy diet
hip dysplasia, healthy diet, environmental factors: All Bulldogs are predisposed to HD and yes, it is mostly genetics. There are nutritional and environmental factors that contribute, but for the most part, that s they way they are made. HD may never affect a Bulldog because their muscle mass holds them...

Bulldogs: CHEWING PROBLEMS, rawhide chews, obedience class
rawhide chews, obedience class, american bulldog: If you haven t taken this dog to obedience class, do it now. Put the dog in a crate when you re not around to watch her and give her things like heavy toys or heavy rawhide chews of her own. She will eventually outgrow this, but you shouldn t allow it to become...

Bulldogs: Change food, puppy food, adult food
puppy food, adult food, change food: He can start adult food right away, gradually changing him over in the course of a week. Innova is a great food and a natural diet. This should take care of any food allergies issues if that s what s causing the shedding and itching. Dogs will often itch...

Bulldogs: Changing to adult food, bulldog owners, raw diets
bulldog owners, raw diets, puppy food: I would recommend putting her back on the puppy food until she gets back to normal. Then try a different food. If it happens again, go back to what you know works. It may take time to find an adult food that she can tolerate. Bulldogs have weird digestive...

Bulldogs: Changing Food and Increase in Stools, diet light, english bulldog
diet light, english bulldog, breed puppy: Why would you use a light food unless she is extremely overweight? There are much better dog food options than Science Diet. If your dog is in good weight, it doesn t need a light food at this age, perhaps as a senior. I suggest getting her on a higher...

Bulldogs: Changing Food, english bulldog, adult food
english bulldog, adult food, food allergies: My vet recommends California Natural and swears by it. I use the biscuits as treats for my dogs. If I didn t have a house full I would probably use their food as well. I would go with the chicken and rice is you want to avoid caustic gas emissions which accompany...

Bulldogs: Changing a new puppy's food, gold wolf, puppy food
gold wolf, puppy food, solid gold seameal: I would let him settle in for a week before you go switching his food. Diamond is really bottle of the barrel and changing to a healthier diet is a great idea. Just do it gradually over about a week s time by adding a little Solid Gold and removing a little...

Bulldogs: Charcoal Treats, old mother hubbard, english bulldog
old mother hubbard, english bulldog, stool sample: That s one of the more bizarre remedies I ve heard of. I m sure you can accomplish more by giving the dog a TUMS tablet once a day. It will also eliminate any tear stains! It might not be a bad idea to have a stool sample checked, especially if they are very...

Bulldogs: Cherry eye, victorian bulldog, british bulldog
victorian bulldog, british bulldog, cherry eye: Cherry eye is usually seen in puppies but adults can come up with it too. It s not that uncommon. It s not contagious so there s no reason to think your other dogs would get have it. However, there is a predisposition for it if one of the parents has it or...

Bulldogs: Chew toys, old english bulldog, bulldog books
old english bulldog, bulldog books, knuckle bones: Ask the butcher at your grocery store to save some knuckle bones for you. Boil them for about 10 minutes and let them cool. He ll love them and it will take him a good long time to destroy them. Plus, they re much cheaper than store bought toys. He gets bored...

Bulldogs: Chewing, puppy stage, own toys
puppy stage, own toys, sour apple: This is why they make dog crates. Buy one, put him in it with his own toys. Use it when you can t watch him every minute and as a place to sleep. He s already developed very bad behavior and it will take time to over come it. You have to be very consistent...

Bulldogs: Chicken Bone/T Bonz Doggie Treat, purina puppy chow, t bonz
purina puppy chow, t bonz, feeding a puppy: Calm down. Make an appointment to get her into your vet as soon as you can and take a poop sample with you for them to check out. The symptoms you describe can be a number of things from a bacterial infection to worms to an obstruction. You need to take her...

Bulldogs: Chihuahua, american bulldogs, american bulldog
american bulldogs, american bulldog, prey drive: What I m saying is that you need to have a little common sense. You re considering bringing in a puppy that will grow up to weigh over 100 lbs. and are expecting it to interact with a toy dog who probably won t weigh much more than 10 lbs as an adult. An AB...

Bulldogs: Cleaning under the tail., bladder cancer, anesthesia complications
bladder cancer, anesthesia complications, urinary tract infections: Well, let s see now.....you might try changing is food to one that produces a more solid stool. You can try coating the offending area with vaseline or baby oil, something to make clean up a bit less time consuming. Aside from that, you are definitely s.o.l...

Bulldogs: Cleaning, bulldog, ears
bulldog, ears, hygiene: People tend to go over board with hygiene. This shouldn t need to be done more than once a week, maybe not even that often for ears if he s not having problems and doesn t have a lot of build up. You might try getting this accomplished while he s resting....

Bulldogs: Clear Nasal Discharge, bulldog puppies, upper respiratory infections
bulldog puppies, upper respiratory infections, clear discharge: As long as the discharge from her nose is clear, it s fine. If it turns to a cloudy looking discharge she needs to go to the vet immediately. Bulldog puppies are very prone to upper respiratory infections which often lead to pneumonia. Just keep a close watch...

Bulldogs: Cleft Pallet in the throat, elongated soft palate, cleft pallet
elongated soft palate, cleft pallet, cleft palate: I think you re referring to an elongated soft palate. If the puppy had a cleft palate it would be dead by now. Tell me what symptoms the puppy is experiencing. If it s choking and gaging, chances are it s full of round worms and needs to be wormed immediately...

Bulldogs: Should I be Concerned, vet visit, bulldog
vet visit, bulldog, puppy: Normally a puppy will poop 2 or three times a day, sometimes more. This may be because of the new home and simply being upset. As long as the puppy is eating and drinking, everything should be fine in a day or two. If your puppy hasn t pooped again by tomorrow,...

Bulldogs: Confused about crate and potty training, english bulldog, water down
english bulldog, water down, bussiness: You re dealing with a 10 week old puppy. You can expect him to pee a lot for the next few months. Usually it takes at least 3-4 months to get a handle on house training, sometimes longer. He s a baby and you re already expecting too much from him. Do not...

Bulldogs: Congestion in Bulldog, soft pallet, upper respiratory problems
soft pallet, upper respiratory problems, water dishes: Anesthesia is always a risk. However, I think you have to weigh the consequences of not having him evaluated. As I stated previously, you need a BULLDOG vet, one who is very experienced at sedating them AND waking them up. If you re going to do it, do it all...

Bulldogs: Coughing after soft pallet removal, soft pallet, english bulldog
soft pallet, english bulldog, phlem: Yes, this is perfectly normal after this type of surgery. Not only is there irritation from the breathing tube, but there is trauma to the pallet and airway over and above that. It will eventually go away. If she sounds raspy in the morning, give her a...

Bulldogs: Crate for a Bulldog?, house training a puppy, bulldog
house training a puppy, bulldog: If you re house training a puppy, it s better to start with a smaller crate and go to a larger one once the training is over. If you only want to buy one crate, I use a wire crate that is 24 x 32 x 28 for all of mine. It s a big oversized, but that s ok....

Bulldogs: Crating, poop, bully
poop, bully, pee: If you re putting him in for the night you definitely don t want to put water in there. Just paper on the bottom, and a toy or two is fine. He s going to pee and poop in his crate for quite a while longer so you ll need paper in there all the time. I find...

Bulldogs: Crazy EBD, split cycle, king size
split cycle, king size, mean time: She found out that tearing things up is fun! You may never be able to use a bed again. Take it away for at least a month and then give it another try. The stress of being in heat might be a factor but I doubt it. I would have her spayed about a month after...

Bulldogs: Crazy Period in Evening, puppy kindergarten class, eb
puppy kindergarten class, eb, calm down: This is pretty normal. I call this behavior frenetic burst of energy . You might try giving her time outside to blast around earlier in the evening. If she s confined most of the day, she needs to blow off steam. If she s pooped, chances are this behavior...

Bulldogs: My Cyrus..., kidney failure, glucose level
kidney failure, glucose level, urine sample: Chances are you wouldn t have had any early signs that this was going on until it was too late. It is very unusual for a dog to die of diabetes at such a young age however. My very first bulldog died of a heart attack at 13 months of age so I came related...

Bulldogs: did I care less?, brittish bulldog, raising puppies
brittish bulldog, raising puppies, cant risk: All you can do is feed them and hope for the best. Raising Bulldogs isn t for the faint of heart and it s mysery. Breeding these dogs should not be taken on by anyone who doesn t have years of experience in breeding, whelping, c-section deliveries and hand...

Bulldogs: cherry eye?, cherry eye, dexamethasone
cherry eye, dexamethasone, happy holidays: This is absolutely cherry eye and it can present itself as you ve described. You re lucky in that it has retracted all by itself, so far. If it continues to go back on it s own, it will be ok. When it pops, crate the dog and keep him quiet until it goes back...

Bulldogs: cherry eye, pocket surgery, cherry eye
pocket surgery, cherry eye, repair surgery: The repair surgery would be my first choice but don t be surprised if it doesn t hold. Success usually depends on how long the gland has been popped . The longer they are exposed, the less chance of success. This is a fairly simple procedure with no worries....

Bulldogs: cherry eye surgery, mild sedation, cherry eye
mild sedation, cherry eye, waste mgmt: This is one of the biggest rip offs I ve ever heard of. My vet charges $80 to repair a cherry eye. All he says he s going to do is tuck it in and suture the skin so it can t pop out again. Chances are it won t hold and you ll end up doing again, or at the...

Bulldogs: cherry eye, old english bulldog, anesthesia complications
old english bulldog, anesthesia complications, cherry eye: I wouldn t put off the neutering on the off chance that his cherry eye returns. The fact that it went back to normal so quickly is a good sign it may never happen again. I m betting it happened during a time of exercise or heavy play? If it should happen...

Bulldogs: chewing everithing, bulldog, belts
bulldog, belts, frustration: Well, the obvious solution is not to leave things where she can get them, but I understand your frustration. Does she do this right in front of you or when she s alone? If you have to leave her, crate her. Don t allow her loose unless someone can monitor her...

Bulldogs: chicken based food, loose stools, excessive gas
loose stools, excessive gas, bulldogs: I believe I said to stay clear of lamb based foods because they cause excessive gas. I ve not had good luck with it in that it causes loose stools and poor coats. I use chicken based food with my own dogs. There s nothing particular wrong with Lamb except...

Bulldogs: cold, upper respiratory infections, big gun
upper respiratory infections, big gun, drag on: When a puppy has a cold, the course of medication usually lasts 10 days to 2 weeks at least. Bulldogs are especially prone to upper respiratory infections and these can drag on forever if the right antibiotic isn t found. Generally Clavamox is the first choice...

Bulldogs: collar, obedience class, bulldog
obedience class, bulldog, golden retriever: You need to use a harness while he s a baby and after he s trained. When you take him to obedience class, as your trainer what they recommend for a working collar, keeping in mind that you have a Bulldog, not a Golden Retriever. You can do major damage to...

Bulldogs: color n breeding, bulldog photos, mature bitches
bulldog photos, mature bitches, inferior qualities: hi Mandi dog-breeds.net Questions? email us Is your pet less active? Does he have joint pain or limping?...

Bulldogs: companion for a 10-month old bullie, lady friend, bulldogs
lady friend, bulldogs, 10 months: The fact that you re asking this question indicates to me that he s already spoiled! If you intend to breed Bulldogs, find a breeder who will mentor you. If you just want another Bulldog and a friend for Winston, have him neutered before you bring in another...

Bulldogs: corky bulldog, territorial thing, dominant behavior
territorial thing, dominant behavior, lap dog: If Corky isn t neutered, it would be a good time to do it. This jumping and tackling is a form of dominant behavior and should be discouraged. The covering of urine is just something many dogs do, even females. It s a territorial thing and all perfectly...

Bulldogs: crate, english bulldog, sure what size
english bulldog, sure what size, summer house: I use the intermediate sized crates, 32 x 26 x 24...that may be large for traveling, but you could do the next smaller size. Just make sure you get one that is either wire or well ventilated plastic so he doesn t over heat. Can t he ride in the backseat...

Bulldogs: crazy bulldog, obedience class, cancer risk
obedience class, cancer risk, bald spot: First of all, have the dog neutered or your life is going to be a living hell for the forseeable future. If your husband wants the dog to live a long, healthy life, he needs to get over the guy thing . There are some vets who will vascectomize instead of...

Bulldogs: crazy french bulldog, french bulldog, obedience class
french bulldog, obedience class, neutering: Well, now you understand why you re his third owners. First of all, the neutering is absolutely the best idea. I would get him into an obedience class right away, even if you have to take him through 2 or 3 times so he is socialized with other dogs. As...

Bulldogs: so cute, english bulldogs, english bulldog
english bulldogs, english bulldog, temperament traits: English Bulldogs were originally used to catch a bull by the nose and hold him down. The breed s body shape gave him the leverage and the agility to sway as the bull tossed him from side to side. The folds of skin around his neck protected him and kept the...

Bulldogs: Demodectic Mange + Showing + Exercise, 3v caps, pledgets
3v caps, pledgets, long walks: If you make your breeder aware of all the health issues this dog has, mange being the most severe, there is no reason she would want to show him in my opinion. He should never be used for breeding and showing him would just be a waste of time and money. ...

Bulldogs: Demodex in my English Bulldog, breaking my heart, bulldog
breaking my heart, bulldog, dips: Go back and tell your vet you want to put the dog on Ivomec right away. Don t do the dips. They are too toxic and serve no real purpose. Ivomec will do the same job with less stress on the dog. The dosage of Ivomec that my vet recommends is 1/10th cc per...

Bulldogs: Demodex Mites, demodex mites, old english bulldog
demodex mites, old english bulldog, poor immune system: Demodex isn t contagious since all dogs carry the mites. It s a suppressed immune system that causes the mites to burrow in and cause the condition you re seeing now. This (the poor immune system) is a genetic defect and the dog should be spayed once the demodex...

Bulldogs: Demodex mites, old english bulldog, demodex mites
old english bulldog, demodex mites, skin problem: Over the years I have had occasion to treat dogs with demodex using Ivomec and it is very effective. If given at the proper doses and not for a prolonged period of time, there are few if any worries. The proper dosage is 1/10th cc. per 10 lbs. of body...

Bulldogs: Difference, olde english bulldog, old english bulldog
olde english bulldog, old english bulldog, american bulldog: The Oldie and the AKC Bulldog are two entirely different breeds. There is a high percentage of AKC Bulldog in all Oldies, but it all depends upon what the other percentages are in determining what a dog will look like. There is a range of looks in the...

Bulldogs: Difficult breathing when vomiting, lack of oxygen, tubby
lack of oxygen, tubby, bulldog: Assuming that the pneumonia is bacterial, then I believe that the Baytril should help. How long it takes, though, I m not sure. There are other antibiotics that can be given orally, but I am not sure how they would compare to the Baytril. I still believe...

Bulldogs: Disciplining our 8 week old english bulldog., obedience school, crate train
obedience school, crate train, scruff of the neck: You are expecting a great deal from an 8 week old puppy. She s just a baby. Keep in mind that her only frame of social reference is her siblings with whom she has done nothing but bite and growl and play rough with until you snatched her away. Email me...

Bulldogs: MY DOG, gastrointestinal infection, dog food
gastrointestinal infection, dog food, gastrointestinal: Hi Krystal, Sounds like your dog needs to go straight to the vet. Typically, these symptoms are indicative of a gastrointestinal infection. Whatever I say about what could possibly be the problem really doesn t matter, as this is indeed a problem a vet...

Bulldogs: DOG PREGNANT?, pregnant dogs, english bulldog
pregnant dogs, english bulldog, vet bills: You re in for a learning experience. If you have no idea when she got pregnant, it s going to be a nightmare. Generally an xray will tell you how many puppies are inside and it sounds like that should be done soon. C-section deliveries can run into the...

Bulldogs: Dog Aggression, female aggression, human visitors
female aggression, human visitors, bullie: All I can tell you is this behavior will get worse. It s part of establishing pecking order right now, but the intensity will increase as Matti gets more comfortable in the house and wins more of the confrontations. I strongly suggest that both Bulldogs...

Bulldogs: Dog behaving badly, rotty, ebd
rotty, ebd, back yard: It s spring and he s not neutered. He can smell any female in heat for a 5 mile radius. Do you think this affects his behavior! Get the dog neutered and then take him back for a refresher course of obedience. I think he ll be fine. This is also spoiled...

Bulldogs: Dog is peeing in crate, spayed females, american bulldog
spayed females, american bulldog, bulldog: You didn t mention how old this girl is or is she has been spayed or not. Sometimes spayed females will become dirty like this when they get older. If she s not spayed, she may be getting ready to come in season too. There are many possibilities. If she...

Bulldogs: Doggy Day Care, old english bulldog, canine school
old english bulldog, canine school, obedience classes: This is a great idea. The more interaction he gets with other dogs and people, the more relaxed he will be around them. His hyperactivity is probably a social anxiety issue . Give him all the day care and obedience he can take, even if you go through the...

Bulldogs: Dry Nose, dry nose, cracky
dry nose, cracky, topical application: Welcome to the world of Bulldogs. I honestly can t give you an explanation as to why this happens, but it happens to all Bulldogs. I think it has to be with the type of heat in your house, the amount of time a dog spends outside/inside and the diet, a...

Bulldogs: deformed chest, elongated soft palate, soft pallet
elongated soft palate, soft pallet, british bulldog: Bulldogs have a very difficult time getting rid of gunk because they have such a hard time coughing it up. This is due to the elongated soft palate. It seems like you ve finally found a vet who knows what he s doing. Stick to his advice and be patient. It...

Bulldogs: determining pregnancy, pregnancy kits, false pregnancy
pregnancy kits, false pregnancy, teats: If you didn t see these two actually tie, chances are he didn t breed her on his own. It could very well be a false pregnancy. However, you should be able to have an ultra sound done to determine what s in there, if anything. I would take her in just to...

Bulldogs: diet, olde english bulldog, coprophagia
olde english bulldog, coprophagia, petsmart: Hi Joe, Dogs eating stool, known as coprophagia, is a fairly common problem. I, in fact have a bulldog that did the same. I was able the remedy the problem by monitoring her and providing correction if necessary when she was outside. Now, I realize...

Bulldogs: diet, purina puppy chow, quality diets
purina puppy chow, quality diets, loose stools: Cut out the snacks for one thing. If you want to give her treats, give them sparingly and just use a quality biscuit, like California Natural or something similar. The chicken and rice kibble should be fine as long as it s a puppy food, not adult. Also,...

Bulldogs: different collars?, chain collar, leather collars
chain collar, leather collars, walks: If your dog is well trained to walk on a leash, there s no reason to use a chain choak collar. You have more control with a choak collar, but again, if you ve trained your dog well, you don t need one necessarily. Just about all trainers use choak collars...

Bulldogs: different kinds/sizes of bulldogs?, olde english bulldogge, olde english bulldog
olde english bulldogge, olde english bulldog, miniature bulldogs: Both the French and English Bulldogs are AKC registered. The Olde English Bulldogge is considered a rare, alternative breed which has many of the benefits of the modern Bulldog with the health issues associate. I have no information on miniature Bulldogs....

Bulldogs: dog aggression, american bulldog, english bulldog
american bulldog, english bulldog, eb: You neglected to mention what sex these two are, I m assuming both males? I m hoping that both are neutered if that s the case. Your vet is an idiot. The AB will eventually kill the EB just by virtue of exhaustion. My suggestion is to keep them apart as much...

Bulldogs: dog biting, litter mates, bulldog
litter mates, bulldog, patience: Tell your dad he need to learn some patience. She s just a baby and needs consistent, patient training. All she knows is what she s learning playing with her litter mates and that is biting and playing rough. It s up to you to teach her how to behavior with...

Bulldogs: dog feed, lamb meal, dry dog food
lamb meal, dry dog food, rice flour: So many of us ask for recommendations on what to feed our furkids. To help YOU decide, what is best for YOUR fuzzbutt, I have listed the top 5 ingredients of some major kibbles below. If the product uses ethoxyquin, BHA or BHT as a preservative it is also...

Bulldogs: dog in first heat., english bulldog, heat cycle
english bulldog, heat cycle, pet sitter: First heats are generally pretty intense and you may see more bleeding that you would at a later heat. The cycle last 21 days but the worst should be over by the end of the second week. It may appear like she s peeing blood, but she s not. I wouldn t give...

Bulldogs: my dog has no hair, flank area, thyroid problem
flank area, thyroid problem, t3 t4: This sounds like a thyroid problem. Have a blood test done at your vet. It s called a T3/T4 test and it will determine whether or not her thyroid is functioning properly. If medication is needs, it s very inexpensive. Her hair will grow back if this is the...

Bulldogs: dog hair, poor diet, change of seasons
poor diet, change of seasons, pit bull: Well, first of all, I ve never heard of a long haired pit bull nor have I ever heard of a miniature pit bull. I m wondering if your dog is a mix and this might explain why you re seeing so much shedding. There are several other possibilities, like poor diet,...

Bulldogs: my dog looks bloated, staffordshire bull terriers, vet asap
staffordshire bull terriers, vet asap, diareaha: If your dog is still uncomfortable rush her to the vet asap. She probably has an intestinal obstruction of some sort. Never give these dogs anything smaller than their head to chew on because they ll swallow it. I used to have a Staff and they re wonderful...

Bulldogs: dog pee's 5 to six times a day, kidneys, six times
kidneys, six times, bladder: There s nothing wrong. He s just getting old and his bladder and probably kidneys are getting weaker. You shouldn t restrict his water as he will get dehydrated. Peeing 5 or 6 times a day isn t a lot in my opinion especially for a male his age. Take him...

Bulldogs: dog racist bully, american bulldog breeder, miniature schnauzer breed
american bulldog breeder, miniature schnauzer breed, doubt work: Terrier types seem to bring out the worst in a lot of dogs. If she gets along with other dogs, give her the benefit of the doubt. Work with her in situations you can control and then expand on it depending upon her reactions. You should get her into obedience...

Bulldogs: dog training, english bulldog, little pigs
english bulldog, little pigs, indoor pet: You certainly expect an awful lot from a 12 week old puppy, Bulldog or not. Let s take this one issue at a time. HE S A BABY! If you re seeing any results at all with crate/house training at this age, consider yourself lucky. Bulldogs are notoriously difficult...

Bulldogs: what dogfood to feed english bulldog, soybean oil, english bulldog
soybean oil, english bulldog, bulldog: Stay with what he s used to. If it s working for him, it s fine. Changing it now where he s just come into a new home may really upset him. If you decide at a later date you would like to change food, perhaps 3 or 4 months from now, do it gradually. You might...

Bulldogs: dogs, cows milk, goats milk
cows milk, goats milk, cottage cheese: Technically, no. Cows milk, however, will cause diahhrea in puppies and some adults, small breeds especially. If you re trying to add calcium to the dog s diet, you would do better adding cottage cheese or yogurt. Goats milk, on the other hand, is great for...

Bulldogs: dominance, bitter apple spray, puppy behavior
bitter apple spray, puppy behavior, obedience classes: Your puppy is treating your child like a sibling/littermate because you re allowing it. You want them to be together yet you dont want the puppy to display normal pack behavior. It s perfectly fine to let the two play together. They should have play time...

Bulldogs: dominant english bulldog, old english bulldog, obedience class
old english bulldog, obedience class, english bulldogs: You re about 3 months late getting him into class, not for the training but for the socialization aspect of it. It it very typical Bulldog behavior to be bold with other dogs. They generally charge right up to a new dog and say HI I M A BULLDOG! If...

Bulldogs: dull dogs, british bull dogs, british bulldogs
british bull dogs, british bulldogs, english bulldogs: All puppies will chew, bite and growl until someone teaches them proper, acceptable behavior. Bulldogs are no different. Depending upon the ages of your children, a Bulldog may or may not be a good choice. Bulldog puppies are fragile believe it or not and...

Bulldogs: Ear Problem, old english bulldogge, thyroid test
old english bulldogge, thyroid test, ear problem: If the vet didn t do a thyroid test on your dog, ask for one, it s a T3/T4 test, inexpensive,and may be the cause of your flank alopecia . The ear is probably infected and needs treatment. This is a common Bulldog thing and you ll have to be very vigilant...

Bulldogs: Eating, old english bulldog, dry food
old english bulldog, dry food, drink water: I free feed my dogs starting at around 4-5 months old. You just leave food down all the time unless you re house training and then you would pick up the dish around 6 p.m. or so. You can train your dog this way but you have to do it gradually. You should...

Bulldogs: EBD Biting, obedience school, wks
obedience school, wks, adult: Put the dog away when strange kids are in the house or outside with your kids. Avoid a situation where someone might get hurt. This is a territorial, protective thing she s developed as an adult. She loves her family but everyone else is a potential threat...

Bulldogs: EBD questions, dog food, olive oil
dog food, olive oil, protein: I m not familiar with the protein and fat levels in Canidae and I free feed my dogs so it s difficult to say what s enough. His weight seems good for his age so apparently you re doing something right. He should be eating just once a day now too. Olive...

Bulldogs: Elongated soft palate, elongated soft palate, water dishes
elongated soft palate, water dishes, gunk: This is typical Bulldog behavior. Even if the soft palate becomes an issue, surgery isn t recommended until the dog is an adult. Raise the puppy s food and water dishes off the floor about 6 . This will help a great deal. If he sounds flemy, get a squeezy...

Bulldogs: Elongated soft pallet surgery during C-Section?, soft pallet, breathing tube
soft pallet, breathing tube, c section: Bad idea for several reasons. The dog will need to be under anesthesia for a long time if you do both at once. Also, there cannot be a breathing tube if the palate is being resectioned. If you lose you female, chances are you ll lose the puppies too. ...

Bulldogs: ENGLISH BULLDOG LIMP, pano, bulldog
pano, bulldog, puppy: You first have to determine where the limp is coming from; shoulder, hip, knee, or foot. If it appears to be coming from a shoulder or hip, it s probably pano especially if it comes and goes quickly and moves from one area to another. If it s coming from...

Bulldogs: English BullDog - Maverick - Training, english bulldog, crate training
english bulldog, crate training, excrement: This is a new one. I ve never heard of a Bulldog that would actually sleep in his own excrement. You didn t mention how long he s left alone either in the crate or out before this happens. Maybe if it s a long day, that could be the answer. He s definitely...

Bulldogs: English Bulldog, english bulldog, bulldog
english bulldog, bulldog, 10 months: It might be a good idea to have a fecal exam done to rule out parasites that may be keeping her from gaining. Once that is done, you might change to a higher fat food until she s around 10 months old. Fat puppies aren t healthy either but you shouldn t be...

Bulldogs: English Bulldog, english bulldog, artificial insemination
english bulldog, artificial insemination, bulldog: Bulldog males don t breed naturally. Unless you are familiar with the artificial insemination process, you will have to take him to a vet to be collected if you plan to breed a female, every time. If you don t work with the dog as a puppy, he may never submit...

Bulldogs: My English Bulldog, english bulldog, obedience classes
english bulldog, obedience classes, toy poodle: First of all, when you are doing something as sensitive as tail cleaning you need to keep the other dogs away from her, preferably in another room. Female Bulldogs often become aggressive toward other dogs in the house as they get older. It s just the way...

Bulldogs: English Bulldog, olde english bulldog, istanbul turkey
olde english bulldog, istanbul turkey, bullier: Dogs stop growing upward by about 10-12 months of age. They continue to mature (fill out) for up to another year, especially males. Yes, the head is the last thing to finish out. There is a wide spectrum of looks in the OEB and depending upon your breeder...

Bulldogs: English Bulldog Agression, english bulldog, temperment
english bulldog, temperment, aggressive behavior: I don t like to see behavior like this at such a young age. You should contact whomever you purchased the puppy from and complain. It s normal for a puppy to be aggressive with other dogs and the cat, but not people and not in a serious way. Play is something...

Bulldogs: English Bulldog aggression, english bulldog, motor noise
english bulldog, motor noise, aggressive move: It could be a could of things. Perhaps the dog perceives the other dog s noise as some sort of posturing or aggressive move. If your dog suffers any type of hearing impairment, the sound may be very irritating to her. I have two dogs here that will attack...

Bulldogs: English Bulldog- Biting, old english bulldog, cleft pallet
old english bulldog, cleft pallet, obedience classes: First of all, all puppies know is biting and growling until someone teaches them differently. It is there way of playing and getting attention and perfectly normal. Now, when he bites, give him a strong NO BITE command and replace your hand/foot/shoes...

Bulldogs: English Bulldog Breeding, orphan puppies, stay at home mom
orphan puppies, stay at home mom, artificial insemination: Breeding Bulldogs is not to be taken lightly. It requires a great deal of knowledge and experience. All deliveries are via c-section and all breedings are done using artificial insemination. Puppies die, mom s die and it wears on you. Go to www.thebca.org...

Bulldogs: English Bulldog elongated soft pallet, bulldog club of america, soft pallet
bulldog club of america, soft pallet, english bulldogs: Yes, laser surgery works great for this and it will help with snoring, but not get rid of it totally. Go to the Bulldog Club of America site and look up the region in which you re located. Ask one of the representative from that region to recommend a vet...

Bulldogs: English Bulldog Feeding, puppy food, english bulldog
puppy food, english bulldog, adult food: try him on puppy food ....what was he eating up until you got him?? No, it s not ok to feed a young puppy adult food. Get a quality, natural, if possible, puppy food, like Innova or Wellness and start giving him a little bit each day in with the chicken...

Bulldogs: English Bulldog in First Heat, vet asap, upper respiratory infection
vet asap, upper respiratory infection, english bulldog: Yes, Petco should have the apparel for her so you don t have blood everywhere. However, you must be extremely careful of her with other dogs. She will potentially fight with females and obviously get bred by a male if the situation arises. This will last...

Bulldogs: English Bulldog's First Heat Cycle, urinary track infection, female puppies
urinary track infection, female puppies, spotting blood: This is probably cystitis and you will need to get medication right away. Little girl puppies are very prone to this. When female puppies pee, you ll notice their vulva is usually on the ground, in the dirt. It s caused by bacteria and has nothing to do...

Bulldogs: English Bulldog heat cycle, english bulldog, heat cycle
english bulldog, heat cycle, heat cycles: The normal heat cycle last 3 weeks from the first day you notice bleeding. For most dogs, it occurs every 6 months, but this is variable. Some dogs only come in season once a year, others every 8 or 10 months. Generally speaking, once you have been through...

Bulldogs: English Bulldog on heat, enlarged nipples, english bulldog
enlarged nipples, english bulldog, pregnant females: Females are usually bred between the 9th and 13th day of their heat. She will stop bleeding when she s out of heat, not for the entire pregnancy. You won t know she s pregnant for at least a month and then you should start seeing signs such as increased...

Bulldogs: English Bulldog has heavy breathing, soft pallet, vet asap
soft pallet, vet asap, english bulldog: Your Bulldog has elongated soft pallet issues which need to be corrected for the dog will eventually die because of it. You should raise his dishes off the floor about 6 and not feed soft food until you can get this taken care of. Definitely do not force...

Bulldogs: English Bulldog - Obedience class for aggression, obedience work, obedience class
obedience work, obedience class, english bulldog: This is territorial behavior in your home. For whatever reason, the dog feels you need to be protected from certain people. Do some research on trainers in your area. See if they have experience with behavior modification techinques. Ask for references...

Bulldogs: English Bulldog as a Pet, full time school, time college student
full time school, time college student, english bulldog: In my opinion, according to what you ve told me, now isn t the time for you to be getting any puppy. That being said, a Bulldog puppy is pretty active, as are most puppies. There s time and training involved, as well as socialization. Full time school and...

Bulldogs: English Bulldog Potty Problems, english bulldog, potty problems
english bulldog, potty problems, baby babies: Oh he s just a baby! Babies often have set backs. Don t expect consistency in his potty training that you can count on until he s 5 or 6 months old. Don t give him access to water after 6 p.m. Make sure he goes out as late as possible at night and as early...

Bulldogs: English Bulldog- Potty Training, english bulldog, water consumption
english bulldog, water consumption, 4am: First of all, he s still very much a baby. If you could manage to take him out later at night perhaps he could make it through without wetting his bed. Around 10 would be good, later if possible. His water consumption does seem like quite a lot for a puppy...

Bulldogs: English Bulldog Pup, vet asap, little whistle
vet asap, little whistle, english bulldog: First of all, I wonder why anyone let s a puppy go to a new home before 8 weeks of age. I hope you got a health guarantee on your puppy. Secondarily, it s not uncommon for puppies up to 12 weeks to have a heart murmur simply because the heart valve hasn t...

Bulldogs: English Bulldog potty training, english bulldog, start at square one
english bulldog, start at square one, nasty habit: Take the bed away and put her in a bare crate to sleep. This isn t uncommon especially with females and changing homes. It s a territorial marking behavior, and can become a nasty habit. Treat her as if she was a new puppy and start at square one. In...

Bulldogs: English Bulldog puppy size, english bulldog, baby teeth
english bulldog, baby teeth, approximate size: It sounds like the litter may have been stunted either by illness or parasites or something. This is very small for entire litter. You puppy may or may not develop fully. I would have a complete physical done including fecal exam to be sure that he...

Bulldogs: English Bulldog Quirks, english bulldog, scardy cat
english bulldog, scardy cat, neutered: The dog is obviously traumatized by his new surroundings. So, go back to using a crate. Not only will it give him security, it will stop his territorial peeing in the night. This is all because he s trying to make his new home feel like his old home. Just...

Bulldogs: English Bulldog Shedding, medium sized dogs, old english bulldog
medium sized dogs, old english bulldog, skin sensitivities: Stop bathing the dog all together for now. Change him over to Eukanuba dog food for medium sized dogs and give it a month. I m betting you ll see a marked improvement within 2 weeks. You may still have to brush during this time, but the shedding will subside....

Bulldogs: English Bulldog Skin growth, old english bulldog, bulldog skin
old english bulldog, bulldog skin, hind paw: Hi Christin, If the vet says that the tumor is benign, and surgery is not an option (which I don t blame you in the least, then I would monitor the growth. First, ensure that there is no infection from her possible scratching. Also, try to notice if it...

Bulldogs: English Bulldog- Snotty Nose, dead puppy, upper respiratory infection
dead puppy, upper respiratory infection, english bulldog: Absolutely. A Bulldog is prone to upper respiratory infection and any sign of a cold should be treated immediately and the puppy should not be stressed by travel or anything else until it s completely resolved. This could quickly evolve into pneumonia and...

Bulldogs: English Bulldog temperment issues, english bulldog temperment, nape of the neck
english bulldog temperment, nape of the neck, playful manner: Well I can tell you what to do, but you ll think I m a bit nuts. If he should bite you, bite him back. Put his paw in your mouth and bite until he yells. Then growl at him. A BIG DOG GROWL. This is unacceptable behavior. When he begins to growl, take...

Bulldogs: English Bulldog veterinarian, bulldog club of america, america web site
bulldog club of america, america web site, english bulldog: I m assuming your not purchasing your puppy from a local breeder. Therefore, you might want to go to the Bulldog Club of America web site and contact someone in your region. They would be able to give you more information about veterinarians than I am. ...

Bulldogs: English Bulldog Weight, growth spurts, english bulldog
growth spurts, english bulldog, underweight: I don t like seeing fat puppies. When you down on her, she should have a defined waste behind her ribs. That s good weight for a puppy. She may not be as big as her littermates and females rarely have the impressive heads that males do. Regardless, the heads...

Bulldogs: English Bulldog, old english bulldog, gaining weight
old english bulldog, gaining weight, bulldog: He s definitely not getting enough to eat. I feed 8 week old puppies a cup of food 3 times a day. Your feeing schedule makes it hard for him to gain weight too but I m assuming this fits into your lifestyle. He would do better eating three times a day until...

Bulldogs: English Bulldogs, bitter apple spray, english bulldog
bitter apple spray, english bulldog, obedience classes: Well, I have a solution, but you have to be willing to stick to it. First of all, she s probably cutting teeth right now and is a bit uncomfortable. No excuse for nipping though. When she nips at your hand or foot, grab her by the nape of the neck and...

Bulldogs: English Bulldogs, purina pro plan, lamb products
purina pro plan, lamb products, english bulldog: A dog that is not active at all may have other issues, a heart condition or soft pallet problems. Does he pant with his tongue out or not pant at all? Their airways are only about the size of your little finger. So if they have an elongated soft pallet, it...

Bulldogs: Our English Bulldoog is wetting her bed on purpose., wetting her bed, english bulldog
wetting her bed, english bulldog, laundry room: I ve never had a female Bulldog who wouldn t pee on anything used for bedding, ever. It s some type of territorial marking behavior. All of mine sleep in bare crates. Even if I put a blanket or towel in there, they will pee on it everytime even after long...

Bulldogs: English bull dog odour, frizbee, squats
frizbee, squats, spill: It sounds like she has some type of infection either uterine or urinary tract. If you can get a pee sample off to the vet, it would be a good idea. I ve found the best way to accomplish this is to take the dog out on a leash and put a Frizbee on the ground....

Bulldogs: English bulldog congestion problem, congestive heart failure, congestion problem
congestive heart failure, congestion problem, congestion problems: Well if he has to be on antibiotics in order to keep him breathing then something is going on in his lungs, correct? You might ask if when they did the pallate reduction, if they took out the sacks on either side of his throat as well. If not, and they...

Bulldogs: English bulldog-female, english bulldog, december 28th
english bulldog, december 28th, spaying: Your timing is excellent. There s really no need for worry as long as you have a vet who has experience not only putting Bulldogs to sleep but waking them up successfully. Any type of anesthesia is always a risk but the younger the better for spaying...

Bulldogs: English bulldog health issues, english bulldog, generous health
english bulldog, generous health, veterinary reference: The most common health issues you could expect would be having to do with their eyes. That s something no breeder can guarantee. Skin issues and allergies are another. Rather than seeking pet insurance, seek out a reputable breeder who will offer you a generous...

Bulldogs: English bulldog peeing in crate and sleeping on it, old english bulldog, little pigs
old english bulldog, little pigs, peeing: This is a habit that he s gotten into unfortunately. Remove everything from his crate except a toy perhaps and let him sleep on the bare pan. Pick up his water no later than 6 p.m. and let him out as late as possible to pee. Bulldogs aren t just any dog....

Bulldogs: English bulldog puppy and older dog, english bulldog, kong toy
english bulldog, kong toy, terrier mix: Peanut is an old dog, set in her ways, not used to having to share anything. This is perfectly normal behavior especially from a terrier. You re not doing anything wrong, but I m afraid you re either going to have to live with keeping them separate or part...

Bulldogs: English bulldog, old english bulldog, rewarding method
old english bulldog, rewarding method, puppy training: This is going to be hard work and you will have to be very patient and consistent if you want this dog trained. You mentioned recently got . It will take months to train this dog so if recently is just a few weeks ago, you re work is cut out for you. ...

Bulldogs: Too Excited, vet asap, heavy breathing
vet asap, heavy breathing, bulldog: Well, it isn t the best situation but hopefully the puppies will be ok. If it s early in her pregnancy, the risk is higher. Stress isn t good no matter what but just watch her carefully and if you see any colored discharge at all, get her to the vet asap...

Bulldogs: Excitment and dominance, attention getter, obedience class
attention getter, obedience class, excitment: This is a big attention getter and apparently it s working for him so far! I m assuming both these dogs are neutered. Consider taking Diesel to an obedience class and discuss his issues with the trainer. Personally, I would remove him from the situation...

Bulldogs: Eye so bloodshot it looks brown, bulldog owner, vet appointment
bulldog owner, vet appointment, emergency appointment: It s probably nothing to worry about. I suspect it might be caused by a slight case of entropion which may be irritating the eye, but not causing enough discomfort for the dog to show any signs. You can try a few drops of Visine and see if it gets the red...

Bulldogs: Eye lids, old english bulldog, eye lids
old english bulldog, eye lids, cherry eye: I said it sounds like cherry eye from your description. I sent you to the vet for an evaluation. Don t blame me for telling you to do the right thing. I wasn t sure what it was. All I know is what you told me. Next time, skip me altogether and go directly...

Bulldogs: Eyes, dry patches, wash cloth
dry patches, wash cloth, francie: francie here are some sites to visit for this wonderful breed of dog with some risks as many breeds have. http://www.trimbullbulldogs.com/health.html http://www.trimbullbulldogs.com/health.html http://www.yourpurebredpuppy.com/reviews/bulldogs.html...

Bulldogs: eating, butchers, bulldog
butchers, bulldog, vets: This feeding schedule is very bad for a puppy. He can t be eating at 9:30 at night. If you could feed him earlier in the morning, then around noon and again around 5 would be best, give or take an hour. If it s not possible for you to feed him in the middle...

Bulldogs: ebd behavior, behavior question, blink of an eye
behavior question, blink of an eye, bassett hound: You can t show fear even if you think you re going to get bitten. When she snarls at you, snatch her right off the couch onto the floor on her back in the blink of an eye and hold her there with a resounding NO! Then walk away. She may put up a fight at...

Bulldogs: elderly dog, american pit bull, warm climate
american pit bull, warm climate, lameness: If she s lived to this age, she must be a wonderful dog. I would suggest having blood work done once a year just to keep an eye on things. Also have a fecal check done at least twice a year, more often if you live in a warm climate. Keep her in good weight....

Bulldogs: elongated pallet, old boston, laser surgery
old boston, laser surgery, pallet: It can be serious but often managable. However, if you have a vet who is experienced with the pallet resectioning procedure, it s worth having it done. Your dog will thank you. I don t know of any web sites that explain the procedure, but I do know that...

Bulldogs: elongated soft pallet, soft pallet, upper respiratory infections
soft pallet, upper respiratory infections, litter mates: You would be hard pressed to find a Bulldog without some sort of soft pallet or other breathing issue. First of all, he s a puppy and it can t be corrected until he s at least a year old. At least that s what my vet recommends. Secondarily, you may not have...

Bulldogs: eng. bull dog, ebd, amputation
ebd, amputation, different things: The only sure way to end this is to have the dog s tail amputated. Your vet has probably already given you that scenario. If doing what you re doing is keeping it under control, keep at it. If the tail gets absessed, it s next to impossible to cure it and...

Bulldogs: engish bulldog urine odor, bladder infection, urine odor
bladder infection, urine odor, emotional issues: Look, I gave you a simple answer and that didnt seem to sink in. Perhaps we have a language barrier, but as long as the dog is ok, that s all that matters. Ask your vet about what to give him for the urine odor since he s done such a good job so far...

Bulldogs: english bull-aggression, obedience trainer, obedience class
obedience trainer, obedience class, english bulldog: This is a result of no socialization, or not enough. See if you can get her into an obedience class right away and let the trainer know what problems you re having also. All you can do know is work toward making her a social being. It will takes some effort...

Bulldogs: english bulldog, boston terriers, hi jill
boston terriers, hi jill, pepto: Hi Jill, This not only runs in Bulldogs but Boston Terriers as well. I had one named: Pretzel as his tail curled like one, he would be playing and run along the room and vomit would just fly with no heaving or warning, just part of the curved trachea they...

Bulldogs: english bulldog, hydrogen peroxide, antibiotic cream
hydrogen peroxide, antibiotic cream, neosporin: It s called pyoderma and it s caused by simply lying down on the ground with his chin in the dirt, or concrete, or anything that will irritate it. It s not painfull but it can progress toward a staph infecftion. So, clean the area really well with hydrogen...

Bulldogs: english bulldog, vet asap, blood profile
vet asap, blood profile, english bulldog: This is really small for a puppy this age. The fact that her teeth haven t developed makes me think she needs to go to the vet for an evaluation. First thing I would do is have a fecal exam done to make sure she s not carrying any worms. Then I would ask that...

Bulldogs: english bulldog, old english bulldog, puppy food
old english bulldog, puppy food, four meals: Too much food. Cut him down to 3 meals a day. That should cut down on the poop. I ve never heard of the puppy food you re using though. Puppies only know the social behavior they ve learned from their siblings until humans teach them differently. That behavior...

Bulldogs: english bulldog skin problem, dry flaky skin, bulldog skin
dry flaky skin, bulldog skin, flea allergy: If you use some type of flea control product during this time, that might be the answer. If not, it might just be as simple as a flea allergy. It would appear to be some type of contact dermatitis. If it presents a more serious problem, you might consider...

Bulldogs: english bulldog tails, cork screw, english bulldog
cork screw, english bulldog, bulldogs: I love the tail you describe. I refer to it as a question mark(?) tail. They are still considered a screw tail but not a tight tail as you see in the show ring which have all sorts of health issues associated with them. This is perfectly normal. Bulldogs...

Bulldogs: english bulldog, family dogs, protective qualities
family dogs, protective qualities, guard dog: Generally speaking, a Bulldog has no guard dog characteristics. They will, occasionally, bark at something out of the ordinary, not because they re protecting anyone, but because they re frightened by whatever it is! Bulldogs are great family dogs, but have...

Bulldogs: english bulldogs, rawhide chews, long periods of time
rawhide chews, long periods of time, english bulldog: You want to get a crate that is at least 32 L X 24 W x 28 tall and a wire crate is better than the plastic ones. Try not to go over board when he comes home. Just let him settle in and get the lay of the land before friends and neighbors come to meet him....

Bulldogs: english bulldogs, purina pro plan, english bulldog
purina pro plan, english bulldog, adult dogs: Bulldogs don t do well on high protein/high fat diets required by large breeds. A well balanced maintenance food would be best. I use Purina Pro Plan Chicken and Rice for my adult dogs. Even though they are free fed, meaning there s food available at all times,...

Bulldogs: english bullgad stud service, english bulldog, stud services
english bulldog, stud services, stud service: You are aware that all breedings are done artificially I assume. This means you would have to collect the semen from your male and take it to the vet who is going to perform the procedure, or you could take the male with the female to the vet and let him...

Bulldogs: entertainment, french bulldog, soup bone
french bulldog, soup bone, science diet: HI PAT, YOUR SO LUCKY TO HAVE YOUR PET AT 12 YEARS OLD. I SUGGEST DAILY WALKS, NOT SO FAST NOW WITH OLDER AGE. ON FEEDING THE DOG, JUST INCREASE EXERCISE AND DO NOT FEED ANY HUMAN FOODS, ONLY THE DRY KIBBLE WET WITH HOT WATER, HELPS ELIMINATE BLOAT. GET...

Bulldogs: when to expect first heat in american bulldog, american bulldog, proud parent
american bulldog, proud parent, early winter: Often it depends upon whether or not you live in an area where the seasons bring cooler or warmer weather. Usually dogs will come in season in the early summer or early winter. I expect that your dog may come in season anytime but don t be concerned if...

Bulldogs: eyes swollen, vet asap, cherry eye
vet asap, cherry eye, benadryl: Could be an allergic reaction to something. It s hard to determine without seeing the dog. Aspirin won t help. Benadryl might. You can give him one in the morning and one at night. They will make him sleepy, but if the redness and swelling goes away, you...

Bulldogs: Face lift, neuturing, soft palate
neuturing, soft palate, baby wipes: Unfortunately at this stage of the game, you have few options. People tend to over clean wrinkles which causes them to get sores. Once this starts it s almost impossible to get rid of them in a dog with heavy wrinkles. You re probably making the best decision...

Bulldogs: Farting, endearing qualities, farts
endearing qualities, farts, ill health: Farting and snoring are a Bulldog s most endearing qualities! Depending upon what you re feeding the dog, you might eliminate some of the problem with a change of food. No scraps at all, especially red meat. Her farts are no indication of ill health at...

Bulldogs: Fast growth - too fast?, smart puppy, muscle tone
smart puppy, muscle tone, tape measure: If she s not fat and she s developing muscle, then she s fine. The weight is going to the right places as it should. The amount she s eating isn t much at all for a growing puppy. 21 lbs. at her age isn t too much at all. You re doing fine. Don t change a...

Bulldogs: Feeding a 6 month old Eng Bulldog, adult food, bulldog
adult food, bulldog, 9 months: She should be eating twice a day until she s about 9 months old and then you can feel ok about changing over to adult food but do it gradually. It s difficult for me to say what is enough for your dog without seeing her. I generally recommend putting down...

Bulldogs: Feeding / No Bite, bull pup, food amounts
bull pup, food amounts, social interaction: You re not feeding him enough first of all. Put down a dish of food, more than he can possibly eat, and let him consume all he wants in a 5 minutes period. He may eat fast initially, but once he realizes there will be plenty of food, he will level off. This...

Bulldogs: Feeding a Bulldog, old english bulldog, quality biscuits
old english bulldog, quality biscuits, purina pro plan: I feel all my dogs Purina Pro Plan chicken and rice. The puppies get same in the puppy formula. I ve tried just about every dog food on the market and keep going back to this. Stay away from soy and lamb. Lamb give them unbelievable gas. I don t feed any canned...

Bulldogs: Feeding & Crate Training, puppy behavior, english bulldog
puppy behavior, english bulldog, water dish: He is physically incapable of holding his pee any longer than this right now. He will do better as he gets older. You might try picking up his water dish around 6 in the evening and taking him out as late as possible. Email me directly and I ll send you...

Bulldogs: Feeding our English Bulldog Puppy, large breed puppy food, breed puppy
large breed puppy food, breed puppy, quality food: This is just because of his new surroundings. However, Diamond is really poor quality food. I suggest that once he s settled in you try to switch him over to a better diet. Do it gradually over about a week. Eukanuba, Innova, Wellness, Nutri Source, or something...

Bulldogs: Feeding, puppy dog, recommended age
puppy dog, recommended age, bully: He s old enough to go to two feedings a day. However, if you re home most of the time, you might try free feed , leaving a bowl of food on the floor all day and picking it up around 5 p.m. I find that this works great if you re not working and keeps the...

Bulldogs: Female bulldog first menstruation, olde english bulldog, olde english bulldogge
olde english bulldog, olde english bulldogge, constant urination: This constant urination is a sign of a urinary tract infection and she needs to go to the vet asap. She s young to be going into a heat cycle anyway. Female Bulldogs don t usually develop the impressive heads seen on the males This is quite normal. The...

Bulldogs: Female in season, heat cycle, red blood
heat cycle, red blood, fades: Bright red blood after 3 weeks is not normal. You should see red blood in the beginning of the cycle which fades to pink after about a week and then turns dark toward the end of the cycle. I would take her to your vet and see what he has to say about this...

Bulldogs: FIrst aid, triple antibiotic ointment, gauze roll
triple antibiotic ointment, gauze roll, first aid kit: Hi Jennifer, Let me fist preface this by saying that I am the director of a basic life support company in Ohio. One of the cirriculums that we teach is pet first aid. Therefore, my kit is based on the recommendations of the ASPCA.... The contents include:...

Bulldogs: First Heat, english bulldog, heat cycle
english bulldog, heat cycle, vaginal area: First heats are particularly intense for most females. They are apt to hump anything from small children to inanimate objects at the drop of a hat. This is perfectly normal. You will see bleeding eventually. Check her every day with a piece of tissue and...

Bulldogs: First heat, english bulldog, serious situation
english bulldog, serious situation, bulldog: If this happened within the past few days, take her to the vet right away and he can give her a shot so she won t get pregnant. If it s been longer than a week, I m not sure this is an option. This can be a very serious situation for a young female if she...

Bulldogs: Food, english bulldog, rice mix
english bulldog, rice mix, bulldogs: If your dog is doing well on IAMs, then let him be. If you listen to everything you hear about which food is bad or good, you ll be changing his on a weekly basis. I like to free feed my Bulldogs. They don t wolf down their food and aren t overweight....

Bulldogs: Food, purina puppy chow, soybean meal
purina puppy chow, soybean meal, food question: No one in their right mind is going to allow a puppy to leave home that isn t weaned on solid food,especially at 2 months of age. I wean my puppies at 5 weeks. Check on this with whoever you re buying from. This sounds very bizarre to me. The amount of soy...

Bulldogs: Food Question, purina puppy chow, puppy formula
purina puppy chow, puppy formula, puppy food: As long as you re not feeding the puppy large breed puppy formula food, there s no reason to believe that it will affect his hips later on. At 6 months old, he s done over have of his growing already. In fact, most adult foods have the same protein content,...

Bulldogs: Food, housebreaking, bulldog
housebreaking, bulldog, marjorie: You need to feed her a little later in the evening, say around 5 or 6....schedule perhaps 7 noon and 5 and let her eat all she wants at those feedings. I free feed my puppies and dogs as well and it works for me since I m home all the time. They don t wolf...

Bulldogs: Free Feeding, old english bulldog, bulldog
old english bulldog, bulldog, dish: I ve always free fed my dogs and it s so much easier and good for them too. It allows them to eat when they want without being in starve mode when the dish appear. I put down more than the dogs can possibly eat in a day and just leave it down until around...

Bulldogs: French Bulldog-Housebreaking, french bulldog, positive reinforcement
french bulldog, positive reinforcement, susan daniels: I m curious where she spent the first 4 mos. of her life. If she was a kennel dog, house training will be harder than usual. I don t think she s exhibiting territorial behavior at all. She just doesn t get it yet. If you can put her out with the older dog...

Bulldogs: French Bulldog housebreaking, french bulldog, frenchies
french bulldog, frenchies, housebreaking: Frenchies are notoriously difficult to house train. If he s not neutered, he should be and that will stop a lot of this behavior. The spite peeing is never going to stop. I m not sure taking his water away is a good idea, but you can pick it up in the...

Bulldogs: French Bulldog Soft Pallet Operation, soft pallet, french bulldog
soft pallet, french bulldog, time breathing: Any surgery on a Bulldog of any type is risky, but the longer you put it off, the more risk involved. Yes, it will make your dog s life much improved. Call around and seek out a vet who does a lot of this type of surgery. I m not familiar with anyone in your...

Bulldogs: Frenchie Cherry Eye, cherry eye, half of the time
cherry eye, half of the time, better your chances: It may do this intermittently for months. As long as it goes back in, it should be fine and won t damage his eye. However, if it stays out it will have to be surgically repaired. The more it pops, the better your chances are that it will need to be fixed...

Bulldogs: Frenchie Knee, luxating patella, back spasm
luxating patella, back spasm, back ache: The xray is worth doing. You will find out if the patella is luxating medially or laterally. However, I strongly suggest you go through the process of keeping the dog confined and quiet for a month to see if you can get this knee back to a point where surgery...

Bulldogs: Fruits and Vegetables?, fruits and vegetables, cute eyes
fruits and vegetables, cute eyes, red meat: Vegetables are fine. A small amount of fruit is fine but be careful of the sugar. Red meat is fine in small amounts. Stick with carrots and squash or beans, broccoli will be too gassy. Fruit, stay away from citrus, apples, pears, watermelon, fine. Red meat,...

Bulldogs: Funny Rash, english bulldog, contact dermatitis
english bulldog, contact dermatitis, wet grass: This sounds like a contact dermatitis, perhaps from laying in the wet grass or perhaps a new carpet cleaner? It will take some detective work to figure out what s causing it but give him a Benadryl and see if that helps. If it does, you know it s an allergy...

Bulldogs: 1 Aggressive Male, 1 Female and 1 Male Puppy, good behavior, neuter
Bulldogs: 1 Aggressive Male, 1 Female and 1 Male Puppy, good behavior, neuter, sexes

Bulldogs: 1 yr old english bulldog, olde english bulldogs, olde english bulldog
Bulldogs: 1 yr old english bulldog, olde english bulldogs, olde english bulldog, akc

Bulldogs: 10-month old bullie likes to run!, obedience training, choker collar
Bulldogs: 10-month old bullie likes to run!, obedience training, choker collar, mussle

Bulldogs: 10 week old english bulldog., old english bulldog, bulldog
Bulldogs: 10 week old english bulldog., old english bulldog, bulldog

Bulldogs: Is my 11 week EB too aggressive?, fear of blood, little guys
Bulldogs: Is my 11 week EB too aggressive?, fear of blood, little guys

Bulldogs: 18 mth old English Bulldog - Shaking, eb, attack mode
Bulldogs: 18 mth old English Bulldog - Shaking, eb, attack mode, first bite

Bulldogs: 2 Yr Old English Bulldog, piece of bread, oeb
Bulldogs: 2 Yr Old English Bulldog, piece of bread, oeb, great dane

Bulldogs: 3 year old bully..., english bull dogs, stuffed toy
Bulldogs: 3 year old bully..., english bull dogs, stuffed toy, squishy

Bulldogs: 3yr old bulldog, artificial insemenation, lots of money
Bulldogs: 3yr old bulldog, artificial insemenation, lots of money, litters

Bulldogs: 4 month old Dachshund will not use it outside, obedience trainer, soft blankets
Bulldogs: 4 month old Dachshund will not use it outside, obedience trainer, soft blankets, obedience training

Bulldogs: Aggressive English Bulldog, sad news, bulldog
Bulldogs: Aggressive English Bulldog, sad news, bulldog, bulldogs

Bulldogs: Agressive Bulldog, english bulldog, spayed
Bulldogs: Agressive Bulldog, english bulldog, spayed, bulldog

Bulldogs: Agressive Female English Bulldog, alpha dogs, obedience training
Bulldogs: Agressive Female English Bulldog, alpha dogs, obedience training, bulldogs

Bulldogs: Allergies? Tight tail?, ebd, ontario ca
Bulldogs: Allergies? Tight tail?, ebd, ontario ca, best of luck

Bulldogs: AMERICAN BULL DOG PUPPY, american bulls, potty training
Bulldogs: AMERICAN BULL DOG PUPPY, american bulls, potty training, paws

Bulldogs: American Bulldog Ears, desirable position, jaws
Bulldogs: American Bulldog Ears, desirable position, jaws, ears

Bulldogs: American Bulldog & Lab make two, obedience class, first mistake
Bulldogs: American Bulldog & Lab make two, obedience class, first mistake, hounds

Bulldogs: American Bulldog skin care, johnson american bulldogs, american bulldog
Bulldogs: American Bulldog skin care, johnson american bulldogs, american bulldog, pink skin

Bulldogs: American Bulldog, human ignorance, puppies
Bulldogs: American Bulldog, human ignorance, puppies, puppy

Bulldogs: American Bulldogs back legs, limp., luxating patella, hip dysplasia
Bulldogs: American Bulldogs back legs, limp., luxating patella, hip dysplasia, knee cap

Bulldogs: American Bulldogs, sleep
Bulldogs: American Bulldogs, sleep

Bulldogs: aggressive behavior, dog barks, insecurity
Bulldogs: aggressive behavior, dog barks, insecurity, boundaries

Bulldogs: Biting Bulldog, nibble, bully
Bulldogs: Biting Bulldog, nibble, bully, pup

Bulldogs: Boil or Pimple like Bump on Chin, pimple, antibiotic
Bulldogs: Boil or Pimple like Bump on Chin, pimple, antibiotic, bully

Bulldogs: Some British Bulldog questions., tap water, well water
Bulldogs: Some British Bulldog questions., tap water, well water, stomach

Bulldogs: Bronchitus in my puppy bulldog, upper respiratory infection, forti flora
Bulldogs: Bronchitus in my puppy bulldog, upper respiratory infection, forti flora, bulldog

Bulldogs: Bulldog attacks, violent tendencies, friendliness
Bulldogs: Bulldog attacks, violent tendencies, friendliness, dogs

Bulldogs: Bulldog with one blue eye, bulldogs, health issues
Bulldogs: Bulldog with one blue eye, bulldogs, health issues, bulldog

Bulldogs: Bulldog congestion, lung congestion, augmentum
Bulldogs: Bulldog congestion, lung congestion, augmentum, gunk

Bulldogs: Bulldog Dandruff, royal canin, bulldogs
Bulldogs: Bulldog Dandruff, royal canin, bulldogs, good food

Bulldogs: Bulldog neutering, physical appearance, vets
Bulldogs: Bulldog neutering, physical appearance, vets, bearing

Bulldogs: Bulldog Puppy Growls Bites, squirt bottle, sweet guy
Bulldogs: Bulldog Puppy Growls Bites, squirt bottle, sweet guy, boot camp

Bulldogs: Bulldog pregnancy
Bulldogs: Bulldog pregnancy

Bulldogs: Bulldog skin problems, anal glands, cotton balls
Bulldogs: Bulldog skin problems, anal glands, cotton balls, ear cleaner

Bulldogs: My Bulldog smells bad, yeast infection, biscuits
Bulldogs: My Bulldog smells bad, yeast infection, biscuits, vet

Bulldogs: Bulldog tail, english bulldog, rear end
Bulldogs: Bulldog tail, english bulldog, rear end, bulldog

Bulldogs: Bullies bad skin, cod liver oil, quality dog food
Bulldogs: Bullies bad skin, cod liver oil, quality dog food, natural pesticide

Bulldogs: Bully sticks, bully sticks, boston terrier
Bulldogs: Bully sticks, bully sticks, boston terrier, chunks

Bulldogs: Bumps on Face & Body, boxer, allergy
Bulldogs: Bumps on Face & Body, boxer, allergy, stainless steel

Bulldogs: very big bulldog, bulldogs, bulldog
Bulldogs: very big bulldog, bulldogs, bulldog, bulldog group

Bulldogs: biting toes, responce, yikes
Bulldogs: biting toes, responce, yikes, toes

Bulldogs: black stool, black stool, gi problems
Bulldogs: black stool, black stool, gi problems, coloration

Bulldogs: getting a bulldog, bullie, bulldog
Bulldogs: getting a bulldog, bullie, bulldog, own business

Bulldogs: bulldog ligament/knee problems, hind legs, knees
Bulldogs: bulldog ligament/knee problems, hind legs, knees, vet

Bulldogs: bulldog puppy, dining room table, computer wires
Bulldogs: bulldog puppy, dining room table, computer wires, bed posts

Bulldogs: bulldog question, bulldog, good luck
Bulldogs: bulldog question, bulldog, good luck

Bulldogs: bulldog tail, soap and water, soft cloth
Bulldogs: bulldog tail, soap and water, soft cloth, soft tissue

Bulldogs: bully mix, english bulldogs, english bulldog
Bulldogs: bully mix, english bulldogs, english bulldog, bulldogs

Bulldogs: Changing to adult food, flora and fauna, change sort
Bulldogs: Changing to adult food, flora and fauna, change sort, bully

Bulldogs: Changing Food, venison, bulldog
Bulldogs: Changing Food, venison, bulldog, bully

Bulldogs: Changing a new puppy's food, bulldog puppies, new food
Bulldogs: Changing a new puppy's food, bulldog puppies, new food, flatulence

Bulldogs: Chihuahua, american bulldog, bulldog
Bulldogs: Chihuahua, american bulldog, bulldog, chihuahua

Bulldogs: Cleft Pallet in the throat, cleft pallet, baby goat
Bulldogs: Cleft Pallet in the throat, cleft pallet, baby goat, pneumonia

Bulldogs: Congestion in Bulldog, time god, x rays
Bulldogs: Congestion in Bulldog, time god, x rays, exact same thing

Bulldogs: Crazy Period in Evening, bully
Bulldogs: Crazy Period in Evening, bully

Bulldogs: My Cyrus..., kidney disease, animal hospital
Bulldogs: My Cyrus..., kidney disease, animal hospital, bulldog

Bulldogs: cherry eye?, toy poodle, cherry eye
Bulldogs: cherry eye?, toy poodle, cherry eye, failure rate

Bulldogs: cherry eye surgery, cherry eye, tear duct
Bulldogs: cherry eye surgery, cherry eye, tear duct, eye surgeries

Bulldogs: cherry eye, tear ducts, bulldog
Bulldogs: cherry eye, tear ducts, bulldog, vengeance

Bulldogs: Demodectic Mange, elongated soft palate, cherry eye
Bulldogs: Demodectic Mange, elongated soft palate, cherry eye, genetic disposition

Bulldogs: Demodex Mites, mite, puppy
Bulldogs: Demodex Mites, mite, puppy

Bulldogs: Disciplining our 8 week old english bulldog., family dog, buisness
Bulldogs: Disciplining our 8 week old english bulldog., family dog, buisness, pup

Bulldogs: Dry Nose, cocker spaniel, diaper rash
Bulldogs: Dry Nose, cocker spaniel, diaper rash, k mart

Bulldogs: deformed chest, breader, unfortunatly
Bulldogs: deformed chest, breader, unfortunatly, reputable breeders

Bulldogs: my dog has no hair, skin lotions, bull dogs
Bulldogs: my dog has no hair, skin lotions, bull dogs, topical skin

Bulldogs: EBD questions, ebs, tendency
Bulldogs: EBD questions, ebs, tendency, free feed

Bulldogs: Elongated soft pallet surgery during C-Section?, french bulldog, csection
Bulldogs: Elongated soft pallet surgery during C-Section?, french bulldog, csection, pallet

Bulldogs: English Bulldog, slobber, drool
Bulldogs: English Bulldog, slobber, drool, myth

Bulldogs: English Bulldog- Biting, scruff of the neck, whole lot
Bulldogs: English Bulldog- Biting, scruff of the neck, whole lot

Bulldogs: English Bulldog Feeding, digestive tracts, slow switch
Bulldogs: English Bulldog Feeding, digestive tracts, slow switch, breed puppies

Bulldogs: English Bulldog as a Pet, loveable dogs, bulldog breed
Bulldogs: English Bulldog as a Pet, loveable dogs, bulldog breed, allergy issues

Bulldogs: English Bulldog temperment issues, english bulldog, yelps
Bulldogs: English Bulldog temperment issues, english bulldog, yelps, time outs

Bulldogs: English Bulldog, english bulldog, bulldog
Bulldogs: English Bulldog, english bulldog, bulldog, 5 months

Bulldogs: English Bulldogs, puppy kindergarten class, bedroom closet
Bulldogs: English Bulldogs, puppy kindergarten class, bedroom closet, spare bedroom

Bulldogs: Our English Bulldoog is wetting her bed on purpose., girls bedding, urine smell
Bulldogs: Our English Bulldoog is wetting her bed on purpose., girls bedding, urine smell, foster parents

Bulldogs: English bull dog odour, anal glands, fish smell
Bulldogs: English bull dog odour, anal glands, fish smell, bullie

Bulldogs: English bulldog peeing in crate and sleeping on it, bulldog breed, sphincter
Bulldogs: English bulldog peeing in crate and sleeping on it, bulldog breed, sphincter, 9 months

Bulldogs: Eye lids, english bulldog, cherry eye
Bulldogs: Eye lids, english bulldog, cherry eye, bulldog

Bulldogs: elongated soft pallet, bullie, snub nosed dogs
Bulldogs: elongated soft pallet, bullie, snub nosed dogs, bullies

Bulldogs: english bulldog, soft pallet, english bulldog
Bulldogs: english bulldog, soft pallet, english bulldog, breathing problems

Bulldogs: english bulldog, skin problems, vinegar
Bulldogs: english bulldog, skin problems, vinegar

Bulldogs: english bulldog, english bulldog, 5 months
Bulldogs: english bulldog, english bulldog, 5 months, bulldog

Bulldogs: english bulldog, skin problems
Bulldogs: english bulldog, skin problems

Bulldogs: english bulldog skin problem, allergy tests, skin condition
Bulldogs: english bulldog skin problem, allergy tests, skin condition, bacterial infection

Bulldogs: english bulldog tails, english bulldog, bulldog
Bulldogs: english bulldog tails, english bulldog, bulldog, bully

Bulldogs: english bullgad stud service, vet, breedings
Bulldogs: english bullgad stud service, vet, breedings

Bulldogs: when to expect first heat in american bulldog, bulls, american bull
Bulldogs: when to expect first heat in american bulldog, bulls, american bull

Bulldogs: Farting, royal canin dog food, old english bulldog
Bulldogs: Farting, royal canin dog food, old english bulldog, bullies

Bulldogs: Fast growth - too fast?, oldie, span
Bulldogs: Fast growth - too fast?, oldie, span, teenager

Bulldogs: Free Feeding, english bulldogs, english bulldog
Bulldogs: Free Feeding, english bulldogs, english bulldog, joints and bones

Bulldogs: French Bulldog Soft Pallet Operation, french bulldogs, fairfield ca
Bulldogs: French Bulldog Soft Pallet Operation, french bulldogs, fairfield ca, bulldogs

Bulldogs: female bulldog aggression, professional dog trainer, obedience training
Bulldogs: female bulldog aggression, professional dog trainer, obedience training, excess energy

Bulldogs: food, muscle growth, egg
Bulldogs: food, muscle growth, egg

Bulldogs: what foods are best for english bulldogs, english bulldog puppies, puppy food
Bulldogs: what foods are best for english bulldogs, english bulldog puppies, puppy food, adult food

Bulldogs: full bred or not, nose color, black nose
Bulldogs: full bred or not, nose color, black nose, pitbull

Bulldogs: Head shaking, simple sugars, appearences
Bulldogs: Head shaking, simple sugars, appearences, sodium bromide

Bulldogs: Heart Murmur, congenital heart defect, french bulldog
Bulldogs: Heart Murmur, congenital heart defect, french bulldog, chronic cough

Bulldogs: Humping, protective nature, aggressive behavior
Bulldogs: Humping, protective nature, aggressive behavior, neuter

Bulldogs: house training 2 yr old english bulldog, bulldog rescue, bulldog
Bulldogs: house training 2 yr old english bulldog, bulldog rescue, bulldog

Bulldogs: hyperactive english bulldog, nuetered, bulldogs
Bulldogs: hyperactive english bulldog, nuetered, bulldogs, burst

Bulldogs: Keeping warm, mink oil, paw pads
Bulldogs: Keeping warm, mink oil, paw pads, pair of socks

Bulldogs: Luxating Patella, loose joints, patella
Bulldogs: Luxating Patella, loose joints, patella, x ray

Bulldogs: Mini English Bulldogs, akc, english bulldog
Bulldogs: Mini English Bulldogs, akc, english bulldog, mini bulldogs

Bulldogs: She can be a menace!, show dogs, cherry eye
Bulldogs: She can be a menace!, show dogs, cherry eye, great dog

Bulldogs: my mischievious bulldog, old english bulldog, livingroom window
Bulldogs: my mischievious bulldog, old english bulldog, livingroom window, pomeranian

Bulldogs: Naturally breeding English Bulldogs, old mother, litters
Bulldogs: Naturally breeding English Bulldogs, old mother, litters, bulldogs

Bulldogs: Olde English Bulldogge, kisses and cuddles, odd occasions
Bulldogs: Olde English Bulldogge, kisses and cuddles, odd occasions, basset hound

Bulldogs: odor, pyoderma, staph infection
Bulldogs: odor, pyoderma, staph infection, skin problems

Bulldogs: My olde english bulldog, kidney failure, seizures
Bulldogs: My olde english bulldog, kidney failure, seizures, biscuits

Bulldogs: Pee & Poop everywhere!!!, normal 8, chewers
Bulldogs: Pee & Poop everywhere!!!, normal 8, chewers, crate training

Bulldogs: Pigment on English bulldog puppy nose.., bulldog puppies, bca
Bulldogs: Pigment on English bulldog puppy nose.., bulldog puppies, bca, pigment

Bulldogs: Playful or Challenging?, yelp, aggressiveness
Bulldogs: Playful or Challenging?, yelp, aggressiveness, bulldog

Bulldogs: POTTY TRAINING AN ENGLISH BULLDOG PUPPY, american bulldog, english bulldog
Bulldogs: POTTY TRAINING AN ENGLISH BULLDOG PUPPY, american bulldog, english bulldog, bully

Bulldogs: Post Soft Pallet Surgery, bullies, bulldogs
Bulldogs: Post Soft Pallet Surgery, bullies, bulldogs, c section

Bulldogs: Potty Training, crate training, defecate
Bulldogs: Potty Training, crate training, defecate, pee

Bulldogs: Potty Training my EBD, harlee, carpet
Bulldogs: Potty Training my EBD, harlee, carpet

Bulldogs: Potty training Olde English Bulldogge, trained dogs, dog owners
Bulldogs: Potty training Olde English Bulldogge, trained dogs, dog owners, olde english bulldog

Bulldogs: MY PUPPY, clear eyes, raw food
Bulldogs: MY PUPPY, clear eyes, raw food, dry skin

Bulldogs: paw licking, english bulldogs, royal canine
Bulldogs: paw licking, english bulldogs, royal canine, bullie

Bulldogs: pneumonia, fluid on the lungs, british bulldog
Bulldogs: pneumonia, fluid on the lungs, british bulldog, kennel cough

Bulldogs: potty training crisis
Bulldogs: potty training crisis

Bulldogs: puppy eating his poop, pineapple chunks, feces
Bulldogs: puppy eating his poop, pineapple chunks, feces, poop

Bulldogs: puppy food, bulldog, 5 months
Bulldogs: puppy food, bulldog, 5 months, puppy

Bulldogs: puppy limping, x rays, pet insurance
Bulldogs: puppy limping, x rays, pet insurance, bulldog

Bulldogs: red bumps all over?, demodex mites, ebd
Bulldogs: red bumps all over?, demodex mites, ebd, pup

Bulldogs: rescued bulldog is a bully, bulldog
Bulldogs: rescued bulldog is a bully, bulldog

Bulldogs: respiratory distress d/t allergies?, bulldog, pneumonia
Bulldogs: respiratory distress d/t allergies?, bulldog, pneumonia, world of difference

Bulldogs: Back right leg, knee joints, costly surgery
Bulldogs: Back right leg, knee joints, costly surgery, curvature

Bulldogs: what are my rights, ckc, akc
Bulldogs: what are my rights, ckc, akc, bulldog

Bulldogs: Scratching / Itching problem, triamcinolone acetonide, english bulldog
Bulldogs: Scratching / Itching problem, triamcinolone acetonide, english bulldog, allergy symptoms

Bulldogs: Shaking, english bulldog, siezure
Bulldogs: Shaking, english bulldog, siezure, tranquilizer

Bulldogs: Skin Issue, low immune system, skin scrapings
Bulldogs: Skin Issue, low immune system, skin scrapings, staph infection

Bulldogs: Skin Problems, bulldog, miracles
Bulldogs: Skin Problems, bulldog, miracles, legacy

Bulldogs: Soft Pallet Surgery, soft pallet, bulldog breeds
Bulldogs: Soft Pallet Surgery, soft pallet, bulldog breeds, bulldog

Bulldogs: Special food types for bulldogs, dry dog food, kibble
Bulldogs: Special food types for bulldogs, dry dog food, kibble, royal canin

Bulldogs: seasonal hair loss, melatonin, gnc
Bulldogs: seasonal hair loss, melatonin, gnc, hair loss

Bulldogs: skin care., yeast infections, high maintenance
Bulldogs: skin care., yeast infections, high maintenance, ear infection

Bulldogs: skin problem, demodex mites, oral antibiotic
Bulldogs: skin problem, demodex mites, oral antibiotic, skin scrapings

Bulldogs: smell, anal glands, beagal
Bulldogs: smell, anal glands, beagal, drip

Bulldogs: soft poopies!, rice diet, wet food
Bulldogs: soft poopies!, rice diet, wet food, food intolerances

Bulldogs: how to stop shedding
Bulldogs: how to stop shedding

Bulldogs: Tear Stains/Irritation, gold bond powder, milk of magnesia
Bulldogs: Tear Stains/Irritation, gold bond powder, milk of magnesia, corn starch

Bulldogs: Temperment, enlish bulldog, those dogs
Bulldogs: Temperment, enlish bulldog, those dogs, aggressive behavior

Bulldogs: Can't be trusted.., adhd, fool
Bulldogs: Can't be trusted.., adhd, fool, proper training

Bulldogs: training on a leash, shoulder level, proper position
Bulldogs: training on a leash, shoulder level, proper position, jerks

Bulldogs: Walking, bull dogs, oposite
Bulldogs: Walking, bull dogs, oposite, colar

Bulldogs: weight, english bulldog, 5 months
Bulldogs: weight, english bulldog, 5 months, bulldog

Bulldogs: weight for a mini bulldog, miniature english bulldogs, english bulldog
Bulldogs: weight for a mini bulldog, miniature english bulldogs, english bulldog, spinal column

Bulldogs: white english bulldog, english bulldog, spray bottle
Bulldogs: white english bulldog, english bulldog, spray bottle, bulldog

Bulldogs: family pet?, companion dogs, american bulldogs
companion dogs, american bulldogs, prey drive: There are good and bad dogs in every breed. However, American Bulldogs are great companion dogs for active families. They do require obedience training in order to be well adjusted family members as do most dogs in my opinion. They have no eye problems...

Bulldogs: How much do I feed?, australian bulldog, last meal
australian bulldog, last meal, 10 months: First of all, a puppy this age should be eating 3 times a day. I feed mine all they can eat in 5 minutes and then pick up the food. I put much more in the dish than they ll every eat so they don t choke down every bite. If they know there s plenty, they won...

Bulldogs: feeding, nutro, bulldog
nutro, bulldog, diet: There s no reason to change his food if he s doing well. You may think he s tired of it because he s not as excited about eating as he was when he was younger. Changing his food will only get his attention for a week or so and then he ll be right back to the...

Bulldogs: feeding bulldog enough?, pigs ears, kong toys
pigs ears, kong toys, best toys: She acts like she s starving because she is! First of all she should be eating 3 times a day until she s about 6 months old. Then you can go to twice a day for another 3 months and then once a day is fine. I always tell people to feed a puppy all they can...

Bulldogs: feeding my english bulldog, purina puppy chow, intestinal virus
purina puppy chow, intestinal virus, english bulldog: The breeder should have either given you some of the food he is used to or at least told you what he was eating. It s not good to change puppies from one food to another unless it s absolutely necessary. First of all, I would have a stool sample checked...

Bulldogs: feeding pregnant bulldog, kibble, cooked chicken
kibble, cooked chicken, quality food: I feed my females regular dry kibble right up until 2 weeks before their due date. Then I feed a can of quality food once a day split into 2 meals along with the kibble. I ve never had a walrus puppy or a water puppy. If you re worried about it, give her folic...

Bulldogs: feeding, puppy food, alarming rate
puppy food, alarming rate, doing the right thing: You purchased a large breed dog and she will grow at an alarming rate for the first few months. I would cut back to 3 meals a day or free feed her. That means leaving a big bowl of food down all day and picking it up around 5 in the afternoon. She will eat...

Bulldogs: feedings, quality puppy, puppy food
quality puppy, puppy food, good eating habits: Puppies need puppy food. Your puppy seems small for his age but it s difficult to determine without seeing a picture of him and knowing the size of the parents. By 4 months of age, I free feed my puppies, meaning I leave food down for them all the time....

Bulldogs: feistiness, strange question, poop
strange question, poop, bulldog: This is too funny. It could be two things. He sees the poop as something of his and doesn t want you to have it or he sees it as nasty and doesn t want you to touch it. Either way, it s a hoot. By this time, you ve probably made it more of a game and...

Bulldogs: female bulldog aggression, loving dogs, totum pole
loving dogs, totum pole, territorial behavior: It is never a good idea to bring in an adult female where there is already a female in residence especially since Tink has grown up in your home. This is strictly a territorial behavior and if it was happening with puppies, you would let them duke it out...

Bulldogs: female pit bull, female pit, vaginal area
female pit, vaginal area, heat cycle: This is perfectly normal. The heat cycle lasts 21 days. The swelling will begin to go down around the 15th day or so. Not all dogs are the same in this regard. My I suggest that you have her spayed about a month after her heat. You ll have a much more reliable,...

Bulldogs: female red nose Pittie, human tube, doggie diapers
human tube, doggie diapers, heat cycle: There is considerable bleeding involved in a heat cycle and it lasts for 3 weeks, twice a year. My best suggestion is to get your female spayed and enjoy her. Forget about puppies as the Pitbull as a breed is on it s way to being legislated out of existence...

Bulldogs: fighting bullies, territorial thing, food dish
territorial thing, food dish, spayed: I hear these stories more and more these days. I can t explain why some dogs will get along forever and some suddenly turn on each other. It may be a jealousy thing. It may be a territorial thing. When you see the look act immediately to defuse the situation...

Bulldogs: flank alopecia and ear problems, old english bulldog, thyroid test
old english bulldog, thyroid test, ear problems: Often the hair loss from flank alopecia will come back on it s own if it s a seasonal condition. Generally the dog will lose hair in the summer and get it back in the winter. However, eventually the hair stops coming back and there s really nothing you can...

Bulldogs: folds in face, warm soapy water, neosporin
warm soapy water, neosporin, creases: There s such as thing as too much cleaning with the wipes. The folds will get irritated. Try this. Just clean his wrinkles with warm, soapy water and then dry the area totally. Use a small amount of Neosporin and rub it into the creases. You don t have...

Bulldogs: food, football field, bulldogs
football field, bulldogs, running laps: Bulldogs aren t considered a large breed at all. There s a big difference in the amount of protein and fat between medium and large breed. Too much protein can cause problems both structurally and physiologically over time. Unless your dogs are running laps...

Bulldogs: food, quality puppy, puppy food
quality puppy, puppy food, yogurt: I ve never heard this one before. The yogurt isn t bad for the puppy but I have no idea what an egg a day would be beneficial. If you re feeding a quality puppy food, there s no need for either of these things. If you feel ok about it, at least stop the egg....

Bulldogs: food for english bulldog, large breed puppy food, breed puppy
large breed puppy food, breed puppy, objective evidence: You want to keep his weight down as much as possible while he s still growing. More weight means more stress on joints and organs. I would avoid large breed foods completely. What did dog owners do before they came up with large breed formula ? Everyone...

Bulldogs: food, purina pro plan, dry dog food
purina pro plan, dry dog food, english bulldog: 24 lbs. isn t necessarily heavy for a puppy this age, but I have no way of knowing that without seeing her. This is a growing stage and no time to be holding back on food, spayed or not. You might try free feeding her, meaning leaving food on the floor at...

Bulldogs: what foods are best for english bulldogs, growth spurt, puppy food
growth spurt, puppy food, adult food: He s probably not getting tired of his food. He may just not be as hungry on occasion. Puppies appetites vary depending upon whether they re going through a growth spurt or not. At this point in time, the puppy should still be eating a type of puppy food...

Bulldogs: free feeding, new babies, dry food
new babies, dry food, brother and sister: Start by feeding them 5 times a day so they aren t quite so hungry between meals. Then after a couple of days, just start leaving food down all the time. They may snort it down like pigs initially, but they ll ease off once they realize it s available all...

Bulldogs: full bred or not, pit bull puppy, grapevine
pit bull puppy, grapevine: Athough I have no idea what a grapevine pit bull puppy refers to, I do know that because you puppy s nose isn t solid black is no indication of whether it is purebred or not. If your puppy is still under 6 months of age, the black may still fill in. I don...

Bulldogs: Growth, quality diet, maximum growth
quality diet, maximum growth, bulldogs: This is quite heavy for a puppy this age. There s no way for me to tell how big he will get without knowing his parents. I do want to caution you about fast growth and too much weight. Bulldogs joints are terrible and if you put too much stress on them...

Bulldogs: good match for our bulldog, play buddy, bulldog
play buddy, bulldog, bulldogs: Avoid breeds who will be much larger and more active, like a Lab perhaps. They will exhaust a Bulldog puppy. A Pug perhaps or another medium sized dog with a little more energy. A play buddy will do a Bulldog good as long as they play is supervised and the...

Bulldogs: growth rate, akc bulldogs, bones and joints
akc bulldogs, bones and joints, olde english: Are these AKC Bulldogs? The sizes are huge and I m wondering if you re talking about Olde English Bulldogges? Either way, you can expect your dog to be between 70 and 85 lbs. Keep him trim as he grows because you don t want to put undo stress on growing...

Bulldogs: Hair loss, bald patch, knee cap
bald patch, knee cap, exact place: Just to be on the safe side, I would have your vet do a skin scraping to make sure it isn t mange which could be brought on by the stress of an injury like this. If there s no sign of mites, then chances are it s nothing serious and the hair will grow back...

Bulldogs: Head shaking, spinal cord compression, old english bulldog
spinal cord compression, old english bulldog, low blood sugar: Yes I have heard of similar instances of these symptoms. It could be a couple of things. It could be low blood sugar which would present these signs at bedtime. It could be neurological and have something to do with spinal cord compression. It could be something...

Bulldogs: Health, royal canin sensible choice, pet food companies
royal canin sensible choice, pet food companies, ralston purina: HI CICILY THIS HAS BEEN A GENETIC THING AS MOST ARE, THERE IS NOTHING U CAN DO BUT FEED HIM THE PROPER DOG FOODS. READ MY SITE NOW! LAST POST OF THIS ABOUT DOG FOOD FROM A VDM. GOOD FOODS ARE: Good foods: ~Innova ~Nutro Ultra ~Nutro Natural Choice...

Bulldogs: Heart Murmer, heart murmer, heart valve
heart murmer, heart valve, ebd: You re better off to let him exercise on his own, just monitor him so he doesn t get exhausted. These types of murmurs are often referred to as musical murmurs because they sound like a whistle. It s caused by a heart valve that isn t fully closed usually...

Bulldogs: Heart Murmur, heart murmur, homemade dog food
heart murmur, homemade dog food, upper respiratory infection: Your vet was right. While you re setting yourself up for another heartbreak, I understand why you chose to do it. What you re doing is a good thing. Whoever sold you the dog should replace it whether it lives a week or a year. If this ever happened to...

Bulldogs: Heat Cycle, american bulldog, heat cycle
american bulldog, heat cycle, vaginal area: First heats can often be hormone overload for some females. Some will even show a slight prolapse during extreme heats. You may see a huge amount of swelling and even a small bubble protruding out of the vagina. If this happens, don t panic. Just make sure...

Bulldogs: Heat cycle, heat cycle, soft cloth
heat cycle, soft cloth, desitin ointment: You should expect her to come in season in 6 month intervals. This isn t always so, but it s the norm. Stop washing the wrinkles so much. They are obviously irritated and sore. Get some Desitin ointment and use that between washings to soothe the skin...

Bulldogs: In Heat, american pitt bull, chocolate color
american pitt bull, chocolate color, bloody discharge: Often you will see swelling before a female actually comes in heat which is indicated by drops of bloody discharge. You start counting the first day you see blood as the first day of the heat cycle which lasts 21 days. As the heat progresses the blood will...

Bulldogs: Hides, ebd, good boy
ebd, good boy, couches: He s trained you to play the game with him. When you get the harness on him leave it on for a few days. When you go to put it back on, if he runs, refuse to chase him. Ignore him. Stand by the door like you re ready to go out and if he comes over, make...

Bulldogs: House breaking, crate training, loud voice
crate training, loud voice, eight months: This is a really hard one. I m assuming this dog is neutered. If not, he should be. If the carpet is the only place he s soiling, keep him out of that area with a gate if possible. It s so hard to get the scent out of carpet once this behavior has begun and...

Bulldogs: Housebreaking, american bulldog, deaf dogs
american bulldog, deaf dogs, housebreaking: Your puppy is still very young and considering her handicap I think you re doing a great job. It may take another month or two before this really changes. I suggest picking up her water after 6 p.m. and letting her out as late as possible before bed. She...

Bulldogs: Housebreaking/Sleeping, english bulldog, private breeder
english bulldog, private breeder, grad classes: Put this puppy on your schedule and let her adjust. On the long days, if you can get someone to come in twice, it would be great. That s a long day for a puppy to be alone. As far as sleeping in the bed goes, once you create the monster, you have to live...

Bulldogs: Housebreaking, french bulldog, poops
french bulldog, poops, housebreaking: Patience. She s just a baby. I doubt that she would be completely housetrained before she is 6 months old. From what you re telling me, she s doing great at this age. When you catch her in the act, immediately take her outside to finish up. She ll catch...

Bulldogs: Humping, obedience classes, whack
obedience classes, whack, bulldog: Neutering should have been done when he was 6 months old. It may not solve your problem now but it definitely will help. Use the old fashioned approach. Take a rolled up newspaper and give him a good whack or too and a resounding NO when he does this. Obedience...

Bulldogs: ha again, upper respiratory infections, bad baby
upper respiratory infections, bad baby, baby wipes: There s really no reason to give a bath at this age. You should be able to clean the puppy up with baby wipes. I don t bath mine at all unless they get into something really bad! Baby Bulldogs are very prone to upper respiratory infections so be very careful...

Bulldogs: harness, british bulldog, good grief
british bulldog, good grief, well house: You didn t do anything bad and if you took it that way, I m sorry. You just didn t TRAIN your dog, you simply made it easy for him to go out anytime. There are no consequences when the door is closed. Good grief. Oh, and whoever told you to use on collar...

Bulldogs: heat, hot weather, skin problems
hot weather, skin problems: THEY CANNOT BREATH IN EXTREMELY HOT WEATHER, IT IS BEST TO WAIT FOR A WALK EARLY MORNING OR EVENING, MAKE IS SHORT. THEY ARE PRONE TO SKIN PROBLEMS ALSO, SO KEEP AN EYE ON THE LAP OVER THE NOSE. WINTER THEY CAN GO OUT AND PLAY, JUST DO NOT LET THEM OUT SO...

Bulldogs: height, english bulldog, skinny side
english bulldog, skinny side, uglies: First of all, you measure a dog s height from the highest point of his shoulders to the ground. Secondarily, 7 to 9 months is a very gawky age for puppies. I call it the uglies . I suggest you have a fecal exam done just to rule out any parasites and then...

Bulldogs: hello, play times, happy new year
play times, happy new year, restlessness: There could be various causes for his restlessness. He may not get enough exercise during the day. He may have to go to the bathroom. He may simply be too hot to sleep. I don t think any type of calming treats are necessary for this little guy. My suggestion...

Bulldogs: help cleaning wrinkles, good dogs, command word
good dogs, command word, nylabones: Hi Estera, You are on the right track by offering your bully a suitable chew toy when he starts his biting. In general, what you need to do is choose a command such as off or stop when he begins to chew or bite something inappropriate. Everyone must...

Bulldogs: help with cleaning wrinkles, nylabones, little treasure
nylabones, little treasure, creases: Relax. You don t need to clean wrinkles every day. Choose a time when he s pooped or even sleeping to do it. You can put a little vaseline in his wrinkles which will make the chore quicker for you. Cleaning too often will irritate the creases especially...

Bulldogs: help??, flint river ranch, puppy shots
flint river ranch, puppy shots, horse wormer: Hi Snoozie, Thank you for your question, I will try and help you best I would do for my 8 dogs. thanks u also for the kind words, I love my web site and try to give all pet owners warning and good information. Now, I do not know what is available in...

Bulldogs: hi again, doll baby, hot weather
doll baby, hot weather, whelp: HI STEPHEN I FORGET THE AGE OF YOUR BULLDOG? IF UNDER A YEAR TWICE A DAY THAT AMOUNT TO ONE YEAR THEN ONCE A DAY. YOUR VET WILL KNOW IF SHE CAN DELIVER NORMALLY. MY BULLDOG WAS, SHE WAS A LITTER OF SIX AND WE CHOSE THE RUNT, JUST TO BE DIFFERENT, SHE HAS...

Bulldogs: hi, loss of appetite, dog food
loss of appetite, dog food, bulldog: Well, he doesn t eat his regular food because you re giving him treats! Seriously, if he s eating treats, he s fine. Just make his regular food available and nothing else. He ll come around. Meds will often cause loss of appetite but it doesn t last long....

Bulldogs: hi, im about to purchase a..., old english bulldog, cleft palates
old english bulldog, cleft palates, bulldog owners: Good day, Congrats on your decision to get yourself a loyal and loving bulldog! Obviously, they are my favorite breed, and enjoy them immensely. First off, I want to warn you that breeding a bulldog is unlike breeding most other types of dogs. From...

Bulldogs: hi its me again, pregnant dogs, gestation period
pregnant dogs, gestation period, milk supply: Have your dog xrayed about a week before her first due date. That will tell you how many puppies there are and give your vet insight into whether she might be able to deliver naturally or not. She will probably require a section. You re not feeding her...

Bulldogs: hi, old english bulldog, best dog food
old english bulldog, best dog food, english bulldogs: HI STEPHEN THIS BREED IS WONDERFUL IN TEMPERMENT, HAVE NOT RUN INTO ONE MEAN ONE YET. OURS IS AN OLD COUCH POTATOE, LOVES CHILDREN, GOOD WITH ALL MY SHEPHERDS OR ANY DOG. WHEN SHE WAS YOUNGER, I WOULD SAY: LET S GO WALKY. SHE LOVED A DAILY WALK WHEREEVER,...

Bulldogs: hips poping, veterinarian asap, penie
veterinarian asap, penie, knee replacement: No, this is not normal at all. Are you sure the popping is coming from her hips and not her knees? Either way, while it may not affect her now, it will become very arthritic and may eventually need a hip or knee replacement. I would get her on something for...

Bulldogs: hips popping, old english bulldog, hip socket
old english bulldog, hip socket, hip replacement: This popping sound occurs when the hip socket is shallow and the ball actually pops in and out with activity. Sometimes it only happens when a dog runs. It can occur in one hip or both. Bulldogs hips suck. Their muscles are what holds them together. Your...

Bulldogs: hook worms, hook worms, fecal exams
hook worms, fecal exams, scrambled eggs: This puppy must be loaded with worms in order to be this badly affected. Hook worms are very debilitating for puppies. It will take her some time to get on her feet. Just give her bland food for a while, maybe some scrambled eggs and cottage cheese with rice....

Bulldogs: house breaking, old english bulldog, dog neutered
old english bulldog, dog neutered, shred: This depends on several things. How committed are you to house training him? This isn t impossible but it s a lot of work based on consistency and patience. Has he lived as a kennel dog his entire life or did he have any house time along the way? If he had...

Bulldogs: house training 2 yr old english bulldog, vet office, inner thigh
vet office, inner thigh, messes: You are in a very discouraging situation unfortunately. When you say recently adopted, I m assuming you ve only had the dog a short time. There are several things to consider. 1/you have no idea of the background of the dog whether she was abused, etc....

Bulldogs: house training, bulldog puppies, 2 puppy
bulldog puppies, 2 puppy, unrealistic expectations: Puppy pads may be easier for you to clean up but it won t make much difference to him. I ve answered this question probably 30 times here and if you care to email me directly, I ll be happy to send you the same training information I sent the previous...

Bulldogs: housebreaking, outdoor dogs, french bulldog
outdoor dogs, french bulldog, strict schedule: Frenchies are miserable to house train. Just be consistent and persistent and eventually she ll be dependable. If you re not using a crate, now s the time to start.However, it may take several more months to accomplish this. Stick to a strict schedule and...

Bulldogs: housetraining my bulldog, bulldog puppies, english bulldog
bulldog puppies, english bulldog, stars in the sky: You re expectations are unrealistic for a 16 week old puppy you ve had for one week. She hasn t even adjusted to your home and your schedule yet, much less your way of doing things. You need to choose a course of action and stick to it. Use a crate. Take...

Bulldogs: housetraining, champion pedigree, crate training
champion pedigree, crate training, mishaps: Let me say that it exceptional that this puppy is doing so well with crate training at his young age. Now, I would leave him in a safe area, with his crate opened, while you re at work. It would be great if you could find someone to come in and interact...

Bulldogs: hyperactive english bulldog, english bulldog, magic cure
english bulldog, magic cure, excellent care: If she isn t spayed, that s a good idea. I doubt that she will ever slow down much. Bulldogs that are hyper, and there are some, just never stop. It would drive me insane. Obedience is a great idea. If you re into it, you can always get her interested in...

Bulldogs: Immunizations, preferrably, neutered
preferrably, neutered, good health: How many vaccinations did the dog get initially? If he got at least 2, preferrably 3, there s absolutely no need to revaccinate. If you email me directly I have an excellent article on over vaccination you might be interested in. I would go ahead and get...

Bulldogs: Infection on her wrinkles, colombia south america, antibiotic ointment
colombia south america, antibiotic ointment, offcourse: The key to eliminating this problem is good hygiene. Clean the wrinkles every single day and make sure they re dry after the fact. You can put a light layer of some type of antibiotic ointment, like Neosporin, in the wrinkles, but keeping the area clean is...

Bulldogs: Initiating free feed for 4 mo old english bulldog, bonanza, bulldog
bonanza, bulldog, puppies: This is typically how puppies first react to the bonanza of food available to them. The reality is 2.5 cups of food isn t a lot for a 4 month old puppy to eat at one time. Use a bowl or pan that will hold about 6-8 cups. The whole point is to give her enough...

Bulldogs: Introducing newborn baby to bulldog, obedience classes, frame of reference
obedience classes, frame of reference, having a baby: Anything under 3 tall is a toy unless otherwise enformed, especially flat babies. This envolves patience and supervision. You need to get your dog into obedience classes mainly for the socialization aspect of it. You also need to get him used to children...

Bulldogs: Itching, english bulldog, anitbiotics
english bulldog, anitbiotics, food allergy: First of all, that s quite a hit of Ivomec for a puppy that size, but in the food I understand. You might try giving it to her directly in her mouth. They hate it but I think it s more effective. I have given it by injection under the skin, but you re not...

Bulldogs: im thinking of getting a bulldog, family dogs, bulldogs
family dogs, bulldogs, bulldog: To my knowledge, no children have been attacked and killed by AKC Bulldogs, commonly referred to as English Bulldogs. They are generally excellent family dogs. However, children who aren t supervised with any dog run the risk of injury. Bulldogs have very...

Bulldogs: more information on drippy nose of bulldog, heart pills, water pills
heart pills, water pills, enlarged heart: HI PEGGY OH MY THIS IS SO BAD FOR THE DOG AND YOU? MY BULLDOG DID NOT HAVE THIS BUT DID GET PUT DOWN DUE TO LUNGS FILLING AND THE HEART ALMOST DONE OCT 13, HER ASHES ARE ON MY MANTEL NOW. IF YOUR DOG IS YOUNG ENOUGH TO GO BACK TO THE BREEDER ABOUT THIS...

Bulldogs: introducing new dog, ticking time bomb, unneutered dogs
ticking time bomb, unneutered dogs, american bulldog: In my opinion, you ve got a ticking time bomb situation. You should have left well enough alone with two males who got along well. Bringing in a third is a recipe for disaster. Regardless of how they may appear to get along when you are right there, I wouldn...

Bulldogs: itching, carpet cleaners, lotrimin
carpet cleaners, lotrimin, ointments: You might try adding some vegetable oil to his food, or some commercial product for dry skin, perhaps your vet could recommend something. I think keeping it controlled with anti-itch creams are good as long as it seems to give him some relief. You may...

Bulldogs: itching, human drugs, lotrimin
human drugs, lotrimin, benadryl: Hi Cheryl, Sounds like a classic case of dermatitis. For this, I would recommend using an anti-tch cream or shampoo with Pramoxine Hydrochloride as its active ingredient. While this may not necessarily cure the problem, it will help relieve the itching...

Bulldogs: itching, medicated powder, poison ivy
medicated powder, poison ivy, lotrimin: HI CHERYL i used fresh factors on mine old bulldog that i had put down oct 13 for old age so not to suffer any longer. She did well for Bulldogs are prone to skin problems. I cleaned the lap over the nose daily with baby wipes. Then dry it well, put some...

Bulldogs: Jumping and barking, medium sized dogs, old english bulldog
medium sized dogs, old english bulldog, dog obedience training: You ve just inherited an ill behaved, spoiled child! Obedience classes will definitely help. Regarding his behavior when you have visitors, put him in his crate when they arrive, let things settle down, and then let him out. Vinegar spray is a waste of time....

Bulldogs: Jumpy bulldog, old english bulldog, obedience class
old english bulldog, obedience class, intestinal parasites: All puppies, whether it they are Bulldogs or Dobermans, need early socialization in order to be well adjusted dogs. Get your puppy into an obedience class asap. It s not necessarily the training you re looking for but rather th exposure to other dogs and different...

Bulldogs: jumping ebd, old english bulldog, obedience school
old english bulldog, obedience school, kitchen cabinets: He needs more training for one thing. You might try carrying around a rolled up newspaper and giving him a whack when he jumps on you accompanied by a stern NO! When he jumps on you, give him a knee to the chest which will knock him down. Do it quickly...

Bulldogs: KEEPING MALE PUP AWAY FROM FEMALE IN HEAT, male pup, heat cycle
male pup, heat cycle, c sections: I suggest you gain some experience before you get into breeding Bulldogs. First of all, what are you going to do if your female comes out of the c-section and rejects her puppies? Are you prepared to bottle feed puppies every 2 hours around the clock for...

Bulldogs: Keeping warm, degrees fahrenheit, sweater coat
degrees fahrenheit, sweater coat, cold weather: It gets cold and snows a lot here in Vermont too, but I ve never put a sweater, coat or boots on any of my dogs. At 40 degrees a Bulldog is perfectly comfortable. However, leaving the dog outside for extended periods in cold weather is dangerous and no amount...

Bulldogs: KNEE PROBLEMS & BLADDER STONES, akc bulldogs, bladder stones
akc bulldogs, bladder stones, thyroid problems: There are no vets to my knowledge who specialize in Oldies. Thyroid and bladder stones are common in many breeders. Knee problems are very common in AKC Bulldogs. The surgery is extremely expensive and if you have one knee repaired, you can bet the other one...

Bulldogs: How to keep an american bulldog from being destructive., american bulldog, bulldog
american bulldog, bulldog, safe place: First of all, two weeks is a very short time for a puppy this age to acclaimate to a new home. Secondarily, it s like leaving a 2 yr. old child alone in your home without supervision. Get a crate for him and put him in it when you re out of the house....

Bulldogs: keeps rolling in his crate and digging in it, bulldog, dirt
bulldog, dirt, sleep: It may be that he s hot and is trying to dig a hole to cool off. If you have something in his crate like a blanket, take it out and let him sleep on the bare pan. Mine all sleep this way. It may also be that he s getting too big for the crate that he s...

Bulldogs: knee issue/patella luxation, old english bulldog, torn acl
old english bulldog, torn acl, hind legs: You did the right thing. Good for you. There s no need to rush to surgery unless there is a torn ACL. Luxated patellas often will resolve themselves with rest and monitored exercise. This is not to say it may not return, but if you keep the weight down and...

Bulldogs: knee problems/limping, vet specialist, oceanside new york
vet specialist, oceanside new york, orthopedic specialists: Yes, it s the same thing, but I m betting it s more expensive that what you can buy at the drug store. I sincerely think there are natural, homeopathic treatments that don t have any side effects that will give you the same results as Deramax. See if you can...

Bulldogs: Large bump, routine shots, absess
routine shots, absess, rib cage: If this is the place where she received the shot, it could be a sterile absess. You can put a hot(not too hot) washcloth on it for 10 minutes, 3 times a day and see if it goes down. It also could be some kind of bite, spider perhaps? Give her a benadryl...

Bulldogs: Licking legs, low calorie diet, english bulldog
low calorie diet, english bulldog, annoying habit: I m not familiar with the food you re using but you should keep the dog on a lower protein, lower fat diet, even a low calorie diet is ok. Protein should be around 24 % or even a little less. High protein and high fat can contribute to intestinal problems...

Bulldogs: Limping, bulldog breed, sprain
bulldog breed, sprain, gait: Hi Shannon, Bulldogs are a loose jointed breed, which might help explain some of the issues. While this gives the bully its unique stance and gait, it also contributes to a higher than normal chance of joint injury. This would make it easier for your...

Bulldogs: Limping French Bulldog, french bulldogs, french bulldog
french bulldogs, french bulldog, pain meds: Ask your vet about panosteitis or pano . It s also called wandering lameness . There s no cure but it does go away on it s own. Don t let your vet put the dog on steroids as it doesn t do anything but mask the condition. A low dose coated aspirin a day is...

Bulldogs: Limping French bulldog puppy, french bulldog, pain response
french bulldog, pain response, first few days: This is probably a patella injury and as long as the patella is still in place, he will heal, but it s a lengthy process. First of all, the dog should be kept as quiet as possible while he is in pain. That means crate rest and leash walking only, no playing,...

Bulldogs: Limping, old english bulldog, paw pad
old english bulldog, paw pad, daycare: This may just be an injury from playing hard. It s probably nothing serious. Crate rest would help but if it was me, I d just let him manage it on his own. Bulldogs can tolerate a lot of pain and if he s in pain, good, maybe he ll slow down, maybe not. It...

Bulldogs: Luxating Patella, vet visit, reason dogs
vet visit, reason dogs, genetic flaw: First of all, if you ve got a puppy this young with patella issues, he needs to go back to the breeder. This is a serious genetic flaw and the breeder should replace the puppy. I would. Secondarily, the older dog may have the same issue but he s 6 years old....

Bulldogs: Luxating patella, metacam, pain med
metacam, pain med, corrective surgery: Yes, metcam is a pain med, but it STILL doesn t mean the dog needs surgery. If you are keeping him as quiet as possible and allowing the healing to go on, how do they know he still needs surgery? When you take him for a second opinion, and the vet says...

Bulldogs: lap on nose?, vet visits, dermitis
vet visits, dermitis, antibiotic cream: HI MEGGA I CLEAN BRITA S DAILY WITH A BABY WIPE REAL GOOD THEN PUT SOME ANTIBIOTIC CREAM ON IT. I BUY THE CREAM AT THE DOLLAR STORE. IT DOES THE TRICK. KEEPING IT CLEAN AND DRY AND WITH A CREAM TWICE A WEEK KEEPS IT FROM GETTING INFECTED IS GREAT. ALSO,...

Bulldogs: being a little naughty, remote control car, english bulldog
remote control car, english bulldog, obedience classes: Some Bulldogs have a certain amount of prey drive . It s in their blood. I have a Bulldog here who will bite the lawn mower if she s outside or bite the front tire on my grandson s dirt bike or bite the vaccumn cleaner. She s the only one. I don t have...

Bulldogs: What to look for in picking out an English Bulldog, english bulldog, cleft palate
english bulldog, cleft palate, health guarantee: You should get a health certificate when you pick up your puppy. It confirms that a vet has examined the puppy and found it to be healthy at the time of sale. You should also get a health guarantee in writing which states specifically what it does and...

Bulldogs: a lot of barking coming from her crate, old english bulldog, soft palate
old english bulldog, soft palate, litter mates: If the barking gets her attention, then she will continue to bark. As hard as it is, ignore her and don t take her out of the crate until she is quiet. This is partly separation anxiety and partly attention getting. She needs to be in a place where she can...

Bulldogs: Massachusetts English Bulldog, veterinarian reference, massachetts
veterinarian reference, massachetts, english bulldogs: I m sorry, but since I ve long been out of the dog show loop I don t know anyone to refer you to unfortunately. You might try calling vet s and see if they have any clients who have a bulldog kennel. A word of caution, regardless where you choose to...

Bulldogs: Menstrual Cycle, heat cycle, sanitary napkin
heat cycle, sanitary napkin, aggressive behavior: OK...let s take a step back. First of all, this dog should be spayed as soon as her heat cycle is over. This hormone overload on top of all the stress related to a change of homes, plus coming from a kennel situation into a home, it more than the dog should...

Bulldogs: Mini English Bulldogs, chiapoo, english bulldogs
chiapoo, english bulldogs, french bulldogs: The new designer breed, mini bulldog is not a bulldog at all. English Bulldogs are being crossed with Pugs and/or French Bulldogs to reduce their size. They are nothing but glorified mutts but in the world today, everything is worth whatever some fool is...

Bulldogs: Miniatures, boston terrier, little dog
boston terrier, little dog, social behavior: Well, this seems fairly simple. Big dog? Little dog? Both have about the same activity level, coat, social behavior as in get along well with children and other animals. Bostons may live longer than Boxers. I think, overall, Bostons have less problems than...

Bulldogs: male bullie wetting on everything!!!, bullie, wetting the bed
bullie, wetting the bed, previous question: I answered your previous question first I suppose but you ve given me more information here. If you intend to keep him intact, you re going to have to put up with this unless you crate him. This is behavior he s developed being an unsupervised, adult male...

Bulldogs: marking his territory, royal canine, neuter
royal canine, neuter, last november: It s absolutely OK to neuter your 3 yr. old male. I neutered a 7 yr. old last November without any problems at all. The biting and chewing is probably just an anxiety thing and I m betting neutering will help a great deal with that. As far as the marking...

Bulldogs: She can be a menace!, ivomectin, bald patches
ivomectin, bald patches, crate train: First of all, the dog has mange. That s what the bald patches are and that s what the Ivomectin is for. This has nothing to do with puppies biting her at all. That s a lie. This dog should not be used for breeding, period. If the breeder you got her from knows...

Bulldogs: mild agression and limp, old english bulldog, bad habit
old english bulldog, bad habit, table food: YOu didn t mention if the limp is in the front or the rear. If it comes and goes, chances are he s doing something to cause it, perhaps jumping down from a car, or porch, or even a couch. If it s in the front, maybe he s going down stairs for playing rough....

Bulldogs: my mischievious bulldog, time intervals, separation anxiety
time intervals, separation anxiety, wooden furniture: This is called separation anxiety and has nothing to do with house training at all. Apparently this puppy has been left alone a good deal of the time. You ll have to stick to crating her when you re not around. The answer is being available more often...

Bulldogs: moving to an apartment with my hyper bulldog, upstairs apartment, bulldog
upstairs apartment, bulldog, stairs: I guess the obvious question is, why get an upstairs apartment when you know your dog is going to have difficulty with the stairs? All you can do now is carry on with his training and hopefully the stairs won t be much of an issue. If they are, you ll...

Bulldogs: Naturally breeding English Bulldogs, quality dogs, quality male
quality dogs, quality male, bulldogs: It s a bad idea..The dog can easily exhaust itself or overheat and die. Bulldogs aren t built to breed naturally unless they are unusually long legged. It s usually the poorer quality dogs who accomplish this which is of no benefit to the breed. AIs are...

Bulldogs: New Bulldog Puppy, new bulldog, parent dogs
new bulldog, parent dogs, obedience training: The only way to judge how big your puppy will get is to take a look at the parent dogs. Because this dog is mixed, it would be very difficult to determine which breed of dog she might take after. It s fair to say she s going to be rather tall and I don t...

Bulldogs: Our New Bully Girl Callie! Food question:, puppy chow, purina one
puppy chow, purina one, gassy girl: Yup, it s the lamb causing the gas. Purina One is fine. I recommend Puppy Chow because it s so readily available in our area and One is sometimes hard to come by. You can change your puppy to a different food but give her a few weeks to settle in to your routine....

Bulldogs: A New Dog, bad habits, beagle
bad habits, beagle, bulldog: When you re looking for an Am. Bulldog, don t choose one that is game bred. This means they tend to be overly aggressive and somewhat hyper. Do your homework if you re serious about this breed. There s a wide range from one dog to the other. The fence would...

Bulldogs: New English Bulldog, monks of new skete, puppy daycare
monks of new skete, puppy daycare, puppy owner: Six or 7 hours in a crate is a long time for a puppy. May I suggest you either find a puppy daycare of someone to come in midday to interact with the puppy in an effort to avoid behavior problems later on such as separation anxiety, distructive behavior and...

Bulldogs: Feeding, minute time frame, bull pup
minute time frame, bull pup, food amounts: I free feed puppies, meaning I let them eat all they want within a 5 minute time frame, 3 times a day. Always give them more than they can possibly eat. They may gulp down food at first but eventually will stop this once they realize there will always be...

Bulldogs: new bulldog, stud fee, temperment
stud fee, temperment, neuter: HELLO MARISOL HE MUST REPRESENT THE UTMOST BEST OF HIS BREED TO USE HIM AT STUD. IF HE HAS TOO MANY FAULTS HE SHOULD BE NEUTERED, IF TEMPERMENT IS AN ISSUE MOST CERTAINLY NEUTER HIM. NUMBER ONE IS TEMPERMENT IN BREEDING ANY BREED, NOT A STUDY DOG OR MALE...

Bulldogs: new bully, bully, little time
bully, little time, drinking water: As long as he s acting fine otherwise, and drinking water, he ll come around. If you re using the same food he s been used to his eating will pick up. If not, it may take him a little time to adjust to a new diet. If you did change his food, it would be best...

Bulldogs: new puppy, french bulldog, crate training
french bulldog, crate training, housebreaking: Your training plan is a good one. Frenchies aren t the easiest dogs to house train, but they re not stupid either. I recommend crate training for all dogs. However, I wouldn t expect complete success even under the best of circumstances until the dog is...

Bulldogs: night time barking for attention, nearby neighbors, sleeping through the night
nearby neighbors, sleeping through the night, crate training: Well, he s well on his way to training you! Not to worry though, this is an easy fix. You have to options. The first, which is always my choice, is let him cry it out and get over it. I don t have neighbors to worry about though and this could take a few...

Bulldogs: HOW OFTEN WILL MY DOG BE IN HEAT, heat cycle, vaginal discharge
heat cycle, vaginal discharge, set in stone: The heat cycle usually last 21 days from the first day you see any signs of red vaginal discharge. She can get pregnant from the 8th through the 14th day, but that s not set in stone. The cycle will reoccur usually every 6 months. Some females vary as...

Bulldogs: Old English Bulldog, obedience class, dry food
obedience class, dry food, loving care: This puppy is exhibiting the only behavior he knows which he learned from his siblings. Growing, protecting territory, biting are all he knows until someone teaches him acceptable social behavior with humans. Immediately, stop giving him bones with meat...

Bulldogs: Olde English Bulldogge, monks of new skete, smart puppy
monks of new skete, smart puppy, olde english bulldogge: OEBs are great dogs. Athletic but not generally hyper. Usually 20 minutes of exercise a couple of times a day is plenty to keep them happy. They are 100% healthier than the modern AKC Bulldog, but again, not perfect. They do have hip problems and skin problems...

Bulldogs: Olde English female fixated on Toddler, mom dad, male dogs
mom dad, male dogs, family mom: The may have never been exposed to small children and is just curious. Or she could be just watchful of her. I m sure once the child gets older the fixation will subside. However, with the dog in heat, I would keep the little one away from her. On rare...

Bulldogs: odor, old english bulldog, wal marts
old english bulldog, wal marts, dinovite: Hi Nikki IF YOU BRUSHED THE DOGS TEETH DAILY WITH DOGGIE PASTE AND BRUSH THIS WOULD HELP ALOT. I DID FIND A LINK FOR ORDERING THIS PRODUCT IF U LIKE, BUT I BRUSH MY DOGS TEETH. ALSO, GET A RAW BEEF SOUP BONE AT GROCERY STORE, THIS CLEANS THE TEETH, ALSO...

Bulldogs: old english bulldog- limp leg, limp leg, pain meds
limp leg, pain meds, rear legs: You really at a loss for a good vet it seems. First of all, I don t understand why a vet would put a dog on pain meds if he can t figure out what the cause is. Has anyone xrayed the dogs knees? This seems like an ACL stain more than anything. This is common...

Bulldogs: old english bulldog puppy, old english bulldog, heat cycle
old english bulldog, heat cycle, bulldog: There s no right answer for you. I ve had everything for one to 12 on the first litter. If you re planning on breeding your female, I suggest you wait until she s 2 years old or has had her third heat cycle. These dogs mature physically around a year, but...

Bulldogs: My olde english bulldog, heart ailment, types of seizures
heart ailment, types of seizures, skin rash: For future reference, the ol Roy products are garbage. They are full of red dye. Yes, a seizure could kill him right away depending upon what caused it. Chances are it may have been a brain anurysm(sp). It s impossible to know without a complete, in depth...

Bulldogs: olde english bulldogge puppy, olde english bulldogge, olde english bulldogge puppy
olde english bulldogge, olde english bulldogge puppy, supervised sessions: You certainly expect a lot from a puppy 10 weeks of age. It will be months probably before he stops soiling his crate especially if he s left for 4 hours in it. Puppies can only go about 3 hours before they have to pee. They re babies. You re really going...

Bulldogs: overweight french bulldog, dry dog food, french bulldog
dry dog food, french bulldog, cooking vegetables: This is easy, start cooking vegetables and chicken for her. Brown rice and chicken is good. Get away from canned food totally. If you fed her boiled natural food, she d be trim as a young dog in about a month. If you use chicken, pull off as much of the...

Bulldogs: Panting Bulldog, old english bulldog, allegeries
old english bulldog, allegeries, tavist: Tavist has the same side effects as Benadryl so I can t imagine why your dog would be panting. I would mention this to your vet and see if he has any ideas why this is happening. If she s just panting, and doesn t seem to be in any distress, I don t think...

Bulldogs: Parvo, antibody protection, maternal immunity
antibody protection, maternal immunity, incubation period: Hi Irish, Here is an explanation of Parvo and puppies, hope this helps to figure out if it contacted it at new home or had it incubating at your house,? The reason that a series of vaccinations is given is due to the way antibody protection wears off....