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Things we love about raising bulldogs


We love Bulldogs. Working with bulldogs has been amazing for us in so many ways. We love the challenge of improving the breed. We also appreciate the opportunity to connect and bond with like-minded people over our love of Bulldogs. The dogs The main reason we love breeding bulldogs is the dogs themselves. There are lots of cute and loveable breeds, but we like to say, once you fall for the smushed face, you never go back. We’ve always loved...

Misdiagnosing the Bulldog Big Three


Bulldogs are known for having health and breathability issues. That’s why we put so much effort into breeding healthier Bulldogs. Unfortunately, some vets believe in correcting these problems in every Bulldog. They might recommend surgery for every Bulldog without checking if they actually suffer from these issues. Every surgery has inherent risks. Bulldogs are at higher risk because they tend to have more trouble breathing, and anesthesia can complicate that upon waking up. That doesn’t mean that surgery is too...

Why We Don’t Breed for Color


English Bulldogs can come in a variety of colors and color combinations. Some are rarer than others and more desirable for adopters. The most common colors are red brindle, reverse brindle, and fawn. These, among others, pop up regularly. The rarer colors include things like chocolate, black tri, or lilac. We appreciate the looks of these different colors, but we never breed for color. What’s wrong with rare coat colors? Rare colors are not bad or worse than common colors....

Potty Training in an Apartment


Potty training can be a difficult task. Living in an apartment increases the difficulty. It’s important to respond promptly when your puppy needs to potty, and if you live in an area where you don’t have quick access to a grassy area this can be a real problem. You must get it right the first time, if a puppy isn’t potty trained well, fixing the problem will become exponentially more difficult.  The dogs are often the ones blamed for failing...

The Risks of a Grain-Free Diet


Just like diets for humans, dog food brands market a variety of fad diets. These diets have a wide range of proposed benefits, but some may not have benefits at all, and others could be dangerous. In the case of the grain-free diet, research is being done to determine whether it increases the risk of dilated cardiomyopathy (a type of heart disease).  Benefits of a Grain-Free Diet Those who support dogs eating grain-free say that it has many benefits. Including:...

City Life and Bulldogs


English Bulldogs have a moderate temperament that makes them ideal for city life and apartment living. They also have lower exercise needs than other breeds, which allows them to thrive in small homes. However, even with a dog well suited for apartment living, there are a few things to consider. Helping your Bulldog thrive Daily exercise Even though bulldogs are low-energy, they still need daily exercise to stay mentally and physically healthy.  Not getting enough exercise can cause dogs to...

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