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How to Trim your French Bulldog’s Nails

  Frenchies can be pretty challenging when it comes to having their nails clipped but not to worry, here are a few suggestions to help you trim them at home. First of all, elevate your French Bulldog on a slippery surface. This takes them out of their comfort zone and causes a...

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How Often Should I Bathe My French Bulldog?

You should bathe your Frenchie as often as needed (when it's stinky). That could mean as often as every two weeks. In between grooming, you can use unscented baby wipes to clean the folds in front the eyes or purchase any speciality products safe for the eye area. When choosing...

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The Importance Of Crate Training Your Puppy

It is important to crate train your puppy when you get it home from the breeder.  Crate training allows the puppy a haven away from toddlers or other animals.  It is part of puppy's instinctive behavior to enjoy being in a crate, much like wild dogs value the safety of...

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House Training Your French Bulldog Puppy

Kennel training is the best place to start when it comes to teaching your puppy how to hold its bladder.  Your kennel should never be too big. You may need to buy two kennels unless you can borrow a small one temporarily. If a puppy has too much room, they...

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Tips For Reducing Dog Shed

Dog shed can become quite an annoyance especially for people who have allergies. Now that dogs are indoors more, they don't typically just have the twice-a-year shed that used to be the case. With our indoor lighting and heat-regulated homes these days, dogs pretty well shed all year round instead...

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Salmon Oil vs. Coconut Oil For French Bulldogs

Which oil should I give my dog? Coconut oil or salmon oil?  The truth is, both oils have nutritional assets to offer your dog.Salmon OilSalmon oil,  a long chain fatty acid,  is an Omega-3 polyunsaturated fat.  Fish oils are comprised of essential fatty acids EPA and DHA.  Essential fatty acids,...

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Natural Help For French Bulldog Arthritis

 As dogs age, often the cartilage surface of their joints begins to thin and die off. This process releases enzymes which causes inflammation of the joint and the loss of joint fluid resulting in on-going pain and stiffness. There are many supplements on the market that I'm not going to...

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Fish Oil Benefits for Cats and Dogs

Fish Oil Benefits for Dogs Advanced research and case studies continue to show evidence of the benefits of fish oil for dogs.  Omega 3 fish oil supplements are among the most commonly used supplements in all of veterinary medicine. Salmon Oil for Dogs helps dogs stay healthy longer. It has...