French Bulldog Puppy And Dog Information

 
The French Bulldog leaves an excellent companion dog. She is playful and relatively easy to care for, but she needs plenty of human focus. She is generally good around other pets also enjoys kids. As a reminder, never cleave a child unsupervised around a puppy or dog. Approximate Adult Size The approximate adult size (two years old or old) of this French Bulldog is roughly 12 inches to the withers (highest point of the shoulder). There are two weight classes, 19 to 22 pounds and 22 to 28 lbs. Special Health Considerations Most dog breeds have specific inherited health problems associated with this particular kind, and the French Bulldog is no exception. Be watching for breathing difficulties, skin issues, prone to eye injuries and heat stroke. This disease list is an insightful guideline only. frenchie dog harness
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Other diseases may also be significant dangers, please contact your veterinarian for a comprehensive list. She should visit the veterinarian many times in the first season for shots, boosters and check up. As she gets older, six decades and forth, she should visit the veterinarian twice a year for check-ups and shots. Remember; avoid feeding your dog sweets. Grooming The French Bulldog has a short, smooth, elegant and vibrant coat. She is an average shedder and needs to be brushed regularly. Brushing can help her maintain clean and healthy skin, avoid mats and allow you to continue a closer eye on her health and strengthen your emotional bond with her. Her teeth should be brushed at least twice a week with toothpaste and toothbrush made for dogs. Exercising eliminates the accumulation of plaque and tartar which may result in cavities (rarely) and periodontal disease.
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 Dog periodontal disease may lead to pain, loss of teeth, bad breath and other serious illness. Her toenails may have to be examined for expansion and clipped regularly. The toenails of their rear feet grow slower compared to the toenails of their front feet. Generally a guillotine type trimmer would be the best for the chore and competent instructions to achieve this can be seen on the net. Life Span The French Bulldog can live between 10 and 14 years with proper nourishment, medical care and excellent living conditions. History The French Bulldog was initially developed in France or Spain from small bulldogs. Going Here