How to take care of a French Bulldog

October 28, 2022

How to take care of a French Bulldog

French Bulldogs have certain health issues that owners can help avoid with proper care. First, they have fairly minimal exercise requirements, but require at least short daily walks. Because French Bulldogs are categorized as “flat-faced” dogs, intense exercise that results in heavy breathing should be avoided, especially in high temperatures. Although French Bulldogs are at risk of obesity, which can cause more serious health problems, weight gain can be avoided if they are walked daily, weighed daily, and are not overfed. Exercise is an effective way to keep French Bulldogs healthy but it is imperative and recommended that French Bulldogs be supervised near pools as they have very short legs and can be difficult to get out of if left unattended. They love the water, so they need to be watched closely because they have been known to drown after falling into a pool.

Grooming a French Bulldog is quite simple and requires some brushing as French Bulldogs have a short, fine, and silky coat. However, since the French Bulldog has many facial wrinkles, it is recommended to clean the wrinkles between wrinkles and keep them dry. Like most dogs, French Bulldogs need an occasional bath, but most of the time, brushing should be sufficient to ensure that the hair oil is evenly distributed throughout the coat and maintains a natural sheen.

As a result of selective breeding, French Bulldogs suffer disproportionately from health problems. The American Kennel Club recommends that a Fluffy French Bulldog undergoes medical tests for hip dysplasia, a patella evaluation, an ophthalmologist evaluation, and a cardiac examination as French Bulldogs may have health issues in these areas.

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