If you already brought a Frenchie puppy home, then you are probably thinking about items you need to own as a first-time dog owner. Besides over neededÂ French bulldog clothesÂ (because of their tendency to hypothermia), there are also other items such asÂ toys,Â beds,Â andÂ cosmetics. However, one of the first things every Frenchie owner should buy is definitely aÂ high-quality dog collar.Â Dog collars serve to provide your pooch with all the necessary information in case of loss. The fashion comes to second place.Â You can put on yourÂ Frenchie’s collarÂ your phone number, your dog’s name and his other features such as if he’s deaf or he suffers fromÂ diabetes.
A healthy and shiny dog’s coat is something that attracts everyone’s attention. In other words, it presents the mirror of your dog’s overall health. One of the ways for keeping your French bulldog’s coat health and smooth is to provide him with the best nutrition.
French bulldog owners are probably familiar with their Frenchies’ bad habit of fast eating and drinking. Since there’s a low possibility to change is once you’ve missed the opportunity to teach him in his puppyhood, one of the solutions may be buying the right French bulldog feeding bowl.
Itâ€™s a fact that Frenchies are also prone to suffering from certain health issues if they were improperly bred. However, no matter how good genes your batpig carries, his paws always require special care. Thatâ€™s why we want to inform French bulldog owners and bully breed owners in general, about theirÂ dogsâ€™ paw care requirements.
How many times you’ve been worried about leaving your Frenchie home alone? Frenchies are NOT the kind of creatures that enjoy living alone, they constantly thrive for attention and like spending time with people. In other words, French Bulldogs need to be involved in their pack. In this case, you’re the only pack leader of your dog.