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Bulldogs and Families with Children Do They Get Along?

The bulldog is probably the one dog that people are mistaken about more than any other. From their history of being bred and used for bull baiting - where they would attack and drag a bull - they've had the reputation for being mean and aggressive, but in fact nothing could be further from the truth. The British bulldog is a wonderful and gentle dog that makes a great family pet. [...]

Bulldogs Feel the Heat :The Signs To Watch For

As easy as the bulldog is to keep healthy, the one problem that the bulldog can easily suffer from is overheating. Although heat is hard on all dogs, the bulldog in particular cannot stand the heat. The main cooling method of dogs is panting to get rid of body heat. Dogs with a short nose such as bulldogs have a more difficult time panting to keep cool. [...]

Bulldogs in Popular Culture and as Mascots throughout the Years

The bulldog has been around for many years and has always been a popular, if misunderstood dog. While many still associate the bulldog with the dog that was involved in bull baiting many years ago, others have discovered what a versatile and wonderful family pet the bulldog can be. In addition to being a great pet, the bulldog has served many other purposes through the years. Research has shown that music is very relaxing for dogs, specifically the bulldog. Classical music was the music chosen to make the dog more mellow and relaxed. [...]

Drooling - Is There Any Way To Fix This Problem?

As much as we love our dogs, they all have little quirks and habits that seem to annoy or bother us. With the British Bulldog, it's their never ending drooling. It's true that many dogs drool, but the bulldog seems to have it a little worse than most dogs. Many owners of bulldogs would like to know first of all why they have this problem and secondly, if there is anything they can do to help the problem. [...]

Evolving From a Fighter Dog to a Family Dog

The British Bulldog has for many years had the reputation for being an aggressive dog, often making people fear the dog. This goes back to their days of being used for chasing and attacking cows and bulls for their owners. They had the task of grabbing them by the legs and making sure they were brought home. In addition, they were trained to pen them in the corner so they couldn't move. Their job was also to bait the bulls, grab them by the nose and pin them to the ground. Although this was later considered cruel and inhumane, this is how the dog got their name. This led to people believing the dog was not only aggressive but mean as well. [...]

Hygiene and the British Bulldog

If you just got a British Bulldog or are considering getting one in the near future, you probably have many questions about their care and hygiene. This is especially true if it's going to be an indoor dog, which is highly recommended. By looking at them, you may think taking care of them will be difficult, but it's not actually any more difficult than any other dog. [...]

Size Matters - Bulldogs and Caesarean Sections

If you have a female British Bulldog and you are planning to use her for breeding, there are some important details that you need to be aware of. As it is, breeding is a very large step for the dog and the dog owner and requires a lot of care and knowledge. Although giving birth is considered part of nature, there are always circumstances where the natural process may go wrong. This is especially true with the bulldogs, which often have to give birth by caesarian sections. In fact, 90% of pregnancies in bulldogs results in caesarian births. [...]

The Origin of the British Bulldog

The British Bulldog is a special breed of dog that got its origin in England. They are a compact dog with short but sturdy limbs. When the term "bulldog" was first used in the 1500s, it was used on any number of types of bulldog breeds, many of them ancestors of today's bulldogs. The British Bulldog is often referred to as the English bulldog or simply the Bulldog. [...]

British Bulldogs - Weird Facts Did you Know?

As more and more people are getting British bulldogs, they are finding that they are very interesting dogs. In fact, there are many weird but interesting facts about the British Bulldog. [...]

Why Do Bulldogs Snore?

The Bulldog is a very wonderful dog to have as a pet. They get along with everyone, but they especially love being around children. From the time they enter your home, it will feel like they are one of the family. In many ways, it will seem like there is another person in your home. You will especially feel this way at night when you hear your new bulldog snoring. Yes, bulldogs do indeed snore. [...]

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