We all know that vaccinations are important for protecting your dog from serious and potentially deadly diseases. We recommend you to ask your vet for a vaccination schedule. so you’ll know when is the time for the next visit. Some of the most important vaccinations that every dog should get are Bortedela, Bronchiseptica, Canine Distemper, Canine Hepatitis, Corona Virus, Heartworm, and Kennel cough. Always ask our VET/Doctor.
Give your Frenchie the chance to play whenever possible. Playing with your dog will help him to burn energy. It also will help to stimulate his mind and strengthen his bond with you and help keep him from becoming bored and destructive. As stated before in HOME page, swimming is not a good exercise for a French Bulldog. Also, Thanks to their flat muzzles and elongated soft palates, Frenchies should escape going out in the hottest part of the day. They are prone to heatstroke and that’s why require drinking a lot of water and chill in a cool or an air-conditioned room.
Because of their flat face, cuddly personality, and tendency to sleep for most of the day, many people think that French Bulldogs don’t need much exercise. But in reality, Frenchies are a very active breed of dog.
A healthy exercise routine for your Frenchie is essential to keeping them healthy and happy, but it’s important to strike a balance.
Since these little guys have folds on their face, it’s important to clean them from food leftovers and dirt. They can cause irritation and even infection if not properly cleaned. Another body part that you need to pay attention to is a French Bulldog Tail Frenchie’s tail is naturally cropped but it has a hidden tail pocket that collects feces and dirt. Besides it can smell really bad, this spot also easily becomes susceptible to infections.
Loving your dog is a huge and they know it. Every dog is capable to feel our emotions since they are social beings. Our advice is to show your pet a lot of love and affection. Those are the things that can affect the French bulldog lifespan so remember to care and love your dog.
“Dogs do speak, but only to those who know how to listen.”
By Orhan Pamuk
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