English Bulldog

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January 2, 2009 | By teri m. | 2

Hi, our 10 year old english bulldog Mia was diagnosed with cutaneous mast cell cancer on her lower lip area 1 1/2 years ago, we had it removed immediately and got good margins on the growth but a few months later during a regular check she presented… more ›

teri m.

January 2, 2009

A: I haven't but I really wish you the best, my girl had a toe removed because of bone cancer, she's been doing great, but I know how I felt when I was told and sometimes I look at her & a tear comes because I don't know what I would do it complications… more ›

March 31, 2008 | By Stevenson26 | 2

My English Bulldog has started chewing on the molding/ base board and a corner piece of drywall. He has never done this before. Any ideas? I recently started a new job and have been gone about 2 hours longer each day.

Jill R.

March 31, 2008

A: That is something that I hear about very often. When dogs get bored, they look around for something to do, especially those with separation anxiety. The wall, your shoes, the furniture, whatever is handy. Dogs have a natural instinct to chew and… more ›

April 22, 2009 | By Veronicah83 | 6

He is on purina pro plan for puppies, it is a little pricey. I was wondering if there is another alternative, but a little cheaper?

Krazy For Pets

April 23, 2009

A: Good dog food doesn't need to be expensive. Just look at the side of the bag and you can tell. Select one that have meat (chicken, beef, lamb and so on) listed as one of the first 3 ingredients. The higher in the list the more in the bag. So you … more ›

December 29, 2008 | By CEG | 3

the oldest being 7, running around. Most of the commotion and the fun has now gone, but we still have a visiting 2 yr male Boxer, who he continues to hump and lick. What to do? Please Help. This is so embarrassing.

Michele W.

December 29, 2008

A: Is the dog neutered? If not neutering will help. If the dog is neutered and is humping then most likely he is trying to establish dominance. With the dog it may be ok to let them work it out and establish pack order. If he is humping you or the k… more ›

March 3, 2009 | By Nickilo | 8

I have always wanted a english bulldog and me and my husband have a nice home for him/her with 2 brothers and one sister.

Sheryl  S.

March 3, 2009

A: One thing you should know before you get a English Bulldog (I have 2) is that they are very high maintenance dogs healthwise. They have a plethora of special issues that you will have to deal with on a regular basis. The 2 I have now are very hea… more ›


March 3, 2009 | By Ryan H. | 0

I have a 3 year old English Bulldog named Bianca. As we all know, these dogs have a very low hung body and a chubby, wide stance so I always make sure that the treats and foods I feed her are low fat and healthy to the unfortunate inherited food alle… more ›

November 6, 2008 | By Sean C. | 9

They're so sweet. It really sucks that they have so many health problems. We have a 7 year old English bulldog that sounds...like he's always having a hard time breathing...takes him twice the time to eat as it does the other dogs, takes him an hour … more ›

October 9, 2008 | By DoggieDen | 0

It's funny because as an owner of an english bulldog, I know how great of a pet they can be. They are very playful. Lucy, tends to be a lot more energetic then some but she still wears out like most bulldogs. Most people will approach us and say i… more ›

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