French Bulldogs are notorious for their fast and aggressive eating style, sometimes not even stopping to chew, and instead swallowing kibble whole. This can actually be detrimental to their health, for many reasons. One reason to slow down your Frenchie's eating is choking or gagging. Obviously, nobody wants their Frenchie to choke, which is why ensuring slow eating will help your Frenchie. Gagging can occur as well, which can lead to vomiting or choking. The second reason to
As COVID restrictions are becoming more and more loose, more people are leaving their homes and going on vacations with their Frenchies after more than a year of the pandemic. So now that you can do this as well, what should you do to prepare for this? The first thing you should do to prepare for your vacation is to make sure your Frenchie can go where you are going. Frenchies shouldn't be at places where you are going to be outdoors most of the time. While French Bulldogs lo
You just bought a new Frenchie into your family! After making sure your French Bulldog has had all vaccinations a next important step is to have your puppy interact with others. Not only does this help socialize your pup but can have a huge effect on how he grows up to be… not skiddish, gets along with other dogs, it can really change the overall behavior.
French Bulldogs owners in Houston, TX have built rich, canine-loving communities organized by Frenchie meet ups at park
August is already here, which means parents are celebrating sending their kids to school again. While it might be a joy for most, your French Bulldog who is used to you working from home and having that full day of attention might take it a little harder.
During the summer, if your frenchie is anything like mine he get used to lazy days in the sun and lots of cuddles on the couch. The family probably sleeps in a little, the children are home to play and he may have free rein
As Frenchie owners we do have a lot of stinky things to put up with. There are the legendary farts to put up with for a start, but what you don’t really hear about before your get a Frenchie is their bad breath. It’s more common than you might think as French Bulldogs can have bad breath from time to time. But it’s important to understand why and how you can cure it. Why does my French Bulldog have bad breath? Stinky breath and halitosis in a Frenchie can be due to dental dis
With the Summer Heat now in full swing, everyone just wants some cool water to drink. This especially pertains to French Bulldogs, who easily suffer from heat exhaustion. For Frenchies that like to hang out outside, drinking pool water is an easy to cool down. But is this safe for Frenchies? Is Pool Water Safe for Frenchies?
If your Frenchie drinks just a little pool water, it usually won't be a problem. The chlorine from pools is rarely high enough to cause immediate harm to
With the Fourth of July just around the corner, many American families get together to grill and swim to celebrate our Independence Day. For many French Bulldog owners, this day is anxiety-inducing due to the fact that most French Bulldogs hate the explosive noises of fireworks, or the bright lights that they produce. When this happens, Frenchies will become reluctant to go outside to relieve themselves before bedtime. So, what can you do to help Frenchies during this terrify