English Bulldog Puppies and Doggy Daycare


Bruiser Bulldog’s Take on Doggy Day Care




You bought your first AKC registered English Bulldog from us, but after a few months, life hit full swing. It’s pushing you in every which way, diverting your time from the newest addition to your family, Jack. Life hits busy seasons whether around the holidays or during the school year. That’s why we encourage considering doggy daycare for those seasons.



While some people may discourage daycare, we believe it helps develop and maintain a healthy English Bulldog. Daycare can provide a world of fun and activities for your young pup and help train them while you work.


Just like humans, dogs are social creatures. Daycare provides a great way for your bulldog to learn to socialize with other dogs. It also helps fight anxiety, encourages exercise, and battles any boredom your dog might otherwise face.



One of the hardest parts of raising a puppy is the need for consistency in training, but with 8-hour workdays, consistent training is often not possible especially for things like obedience, commands, and potty training (backlink to Potty training article). However, daycare can help create the consistency you need without disrupting your day. Instead of the need to crate your bulldog or rush home during your lunch break to let him or her out, the daycare is right there to let your dog out regularly to go to the bathroom.


Doggy daycare may be one of the best ways for your dog to learn social skills (Backlink to Socialization checklist) as well. He or she will be able to learn to play nicely with other dogs of all sizes without the risk a dog park might present. The addition of a scheduled doggy daycare time will enable your dog to expand its world of interaction and development.  Consistent interactions with other people and dogs are often an experience that adopters cannot fully develop independently.



It might feel silly, but doggy daycare can be as good for you as it is for your English Bulldog. While your bulldog enjoys a change of scenery and some fun, the anxiety and burden of your dog’s development no longer fully rests solely on your shoulders.  Developmental help is always a good thing and a team of