This is a fun video of Candy, an English Bulldog puppy, entertaining herself. She sounds feisty. When she gets older and starts to look more intimidating, just remember that it’s purely appearance.
This is a calm, good-natured, and laid back dog who simply likes to be your friend. He adores people and enjoys hanging out with them. He’s not much of a watch dog or a guard dog. They are your affectionate big lap dog, according to Jane Meggitt in The Nest. Because he likes to be around us so much, he is not one to leave home alone for a long period of time.
How to care for a Bulldog’s health
Training can take a bit longer for the Bulldog, but once he gets it, he gets it. And when he catches on, give him a treat, then praise him and shower him with affection. This will help the training to be even more effective.
The term “couch potato” is a perfect description for the English Bulldog. Even though they need exercise to stay healthy, they are no athlete. Moderate exercise will do.
In fact, if you live in warm weather, make sure you keep your Bulldog indoor in air-condition during the hottest part of the day. Because of their short muzzle, they can get overheat easily. Walk them only in the cool morning or evening. Because of the way they are built, they cannot pant efficiently enough to cool off.
They are top heavy, so they can’t swim. And because of the way their body is built, they can’t jump. Those legs have to support a lot of weight. Don’t let them jump off the couch. Instead, provide a doggie step ladder for them to get on and off the couch. If you are thinking about getting a Bulldog, you can expect to spend more on veterinary care. Be sure to find a vet who is knowledgeable about the health care issues of Bulldogs. You can read the entire article here.
Article source: Jane Meggitt in The Nest