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Adult Blue white chest French Bulldog (Awesome!)
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All of our French bulldogs are U.S. bred, born & hand raised with our family, NO imports. Read the section to learn about our kennel, our family, our French bulldogs, what comes with your puppy from us. To view past French bulldogs and puppies sold, go to our We are happy to show you our sold offspring as puppies and as full grown adults.
Frank♡♡♡♡ as an adult French Bulldog, still so cute!
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According to the National Research Council of the National Academies, an active adult French Bulldog weighing 25 pounds requires an average daily caloric intake of 780 kcal. Dogs that have been spayed/neutered, or that are older, may need slightly fewer calories. Some dogs may need more calories depending on their level of activity and their individual metabolism. Growing puppies, for example, consume more calories than adult dogs and so do young adult dogs. A young French Bulldog puppy (4-12 months) weighing 12 pounds needs an estimated 500 kcal per day. Adult Blue white chest French Bulldog (Awesome!)
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Sensible advice for raising your French Bulldog puppy so he lives a long healthy life and seldom needs to visit the vet. Learn about the most common health problems and issues in French Bulldogs, the best dog food diet for feeding French Bulldog puppies and adult dogs, the truth about vaccinations, spaying and neutering, and natural health care.Ester-C is good for immune system support and immune system building and great for good joint development (see ). Hip dysplasia is one of the largest health issues faced by the French Bulldog breed. OFA ranks French Bulldogs #2 for hip dysplasia, yikes! It's best to begin taking preventative measures as early on as possible for the rest of your French bulldog's life. A French Bulldog puppy's hips and joints start growing at conception and continue to develop until your French Bulldog reaches 18 months of age (for this reason we put all of our pregnant and nursing French Bulldog mother's on 1000mg of Ester C each day). We recommend that every French Bulldog puppy be on 500mg of Ester Vit C every day. For adult French Bulldogs we also recommend 1000mg of Ester Vit C daily. Most local pharmacies carry Ester C.Of course in the wild, Canines would eat open 24 hours a day (or when they could catch food). Most French bulldogs love to eat, and eat, and eat... It is tempting when your Frenchie looks up at you with those cute, sweet puppy dog eyes, or by making food available all day. can suffer from the same ailments as hefty humans do. There is no precise answer as far as how much to feed your French bulldog as with people because caloric needs vary with size, age, and activity level. One rule of thumb is that if your French bulldog is energetic and keeping his figure trim, he’s probably eating the right amount. Dog food packaging offers recommendations, but remember: those are just guidelines (see ""). How often should you feed your Frenchie? Morning and evening meals, or once a day morning meals, are recommended for adult dogs(French bulldog puppies over 10 weeks age are normally fed 2-3 times per day.)If you have a new French Bulldog puppy, introducing a tooth brushing routine will probably be much easier than if you have an adult French Bulldog. In either case, start slow, keep the sessions short, and be very gentle while working in your French Bulldog’s mouth. Use lots of praise and reassurance to reinforce good behavior. You will not want to give your French Bulldog treats during this task, for obvious reasons. You will want to help your frenchie get used to you having your hand in their mouth. To do this, try dipping your finger into beef bouillon for frenchie or tuna water etc. Rub your soaked finger gently over the pet’s gum and teeth. Remember to make this session short and positive for the pet. Once your French bulldog is comfortable with your finger in his mouth, gradually introduce using gauze over your finger with toothpaste applied to it. Lift the lips to expose the outside surface of the teeth. Gently scrub the teeth in a circular motion. AGAIN DO NOT use toothpaste meant for humans. There are lots of good dog and designed for dogs. Introduce a toothbrush to your pet by using a soft nylon designed specifically for dogs. Brush in small circles, overlapping the teeth and gums. The most important part to brush is the where the gum attaches to the tooth as this will help prevent plaque build up on your french bulldog's teeth.