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English Bulldog Health Issues – A Comprehensive Ranking of Major Health Problems


English Bulldog Health Issues – A Comprehensive Ranking of Major Health Problems Our Ranking System For English Bulldog Health Issues – Based On Our 15 years of Data and Experience To give a more understanding, each health issue will be rated according to three separate factors on a scale of 1 to 5.  Tragedy Level – The severity of the health issue to the bulldog’s quality of life.  1 = low tragedy, 5=high degree of tragedy Fixability – The ease...

Coccidia and Giardia in Your Puppy: A Complete Guide


Coccidia and Giardia in Your Puppy: A Complete Guide Designed for survival If your puppy tests positive for a parasite – most commonly coccidia or giardia, you are probably wondering how an infection like this is possible, who or what is to blame, and what the best treatment is.  It’s quite the surprise to suddenly learn your sweet pup could be infected with an intestinal parasite.  The following information outlines how a parasite like coccidia or giardia behaves and the...

Why Head Size Is Important To Maintaining Proper Bulldog Aesthetic


Why Head Size Is Important To Maintaining Proper Bulldog Aesthetic Buddah Stud Review – Buddah = Big head + Clean Breathing After 15 years breeding English Bulldogs we have learned a thing or two about the breed. We have learned what patience looks like. Diligent dedication to improving one’s craft – which in our case is our bloodlines. Steady improvement made by wise, informed decision making, generation after generation. The improvement of our Bruiser Bulldog genetics is made by stacking...

City Life and Bulldogs


Do English Bulldogs Thrive In City Life? 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 1. Daily exercise Even though bulldogs are low-energy, they still need daily exercise to stay mentally and physically healthy. ...