The History of the British Bulldog puppy

The British Bulldog is a breed with origins, he is known in Britain from the 12th century. During that period, the British Bulldog dogs specimens were taller, stronger and faster and were used to fight with wild animals. Once in Britain were prohibited the fights between animals, after several crossings it resulted the today British Bulldog who is characterized by calm.

The physical characteristics of the British bulldog

The British Bulldog is a medium sized dog that can weigh at maturity between 20 and 25 pounds and can have a height between 12 and 16 inches. His body is robust, muscular and hard with a stocky appearance supported by short and strong legs. The neck is short and thick and has a wide, deep and strong chest. The English bulldog’s head is large and square, with a short muzzle and wide, with less protruding lower jaw, big nose, thick lips, big round eyes slightly apart, small ears apart. The English Bulldog has a smooth short hair and can be of various colors such as white, beige, brown, striped and spotted in various versions.

The British Bulldog’s temperament 

The British Bulldog puppy is characterized by calmness, gentleness and sensitivity. It is very affectionate and tolerant especially with children, is very sociable with other pets. The British Bulldog is a very loyal dog and faithful, worshiping his master, likes to spend time with him. The British Bulldog is a great companion dog and he is playful, lively and spontaneous. He is an ideal dog for apartment, not very large waist, the British Bulldog being a dog who loves very much movement and especially because he rarely barks. He requires training and education because it can become stubborn. With patience and calmness, the British Bulldog will become a very obedient dog.

How to take care of the English Bulldog dog

The British Bulldog is a very picky dog that requires the allocation of extremely high care. His hair is very easy to maintain. It will require rare brushing, especially in the shed. The bathroom is recommended only when needed using only special shampoos to the hair type, it is advisable to do as little as excessive bathing will dry out the hair and skin. The ears should be cleaned regularly because due to their design are prone to infections. The creases on the face must be cleaned constantly because between those folds can collect bacteria. The British Bulldog is sensitive to high temperatures, he is prone to heatstroke. Therefore in very hot days should be protected and it is better to avoid walking in the hours when the sun is very strong.

The feeding of the British Bulldogs puppies

The British Bulldog is a dog prone to obesity. Because the body shape or his extra pounds can cause many inconveniences, difficulty in movement and various diseases such as heart disease, to which he is also prone to. Therefore we recommend feeding the puppy with food special created for him, tailored according to age. An inadequate food will cause the dog flatulent, especially as this breed is prone to that. Also should receive 2 - 3 meals a day and the amount of food must be weighed and exactly how he needs and how the doctor recommends and no more. A Bulldog puppy with extra pounds will become very lazy and very hard to breathe especially because the British Bulldog is a Brachycephalic dog so we usually send our puppy(ies) alongside a food menu ,Hand Booklet , Cd guide etc


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