Posts Tagged ‘ Old English Bulldog ’

Bryan G asked:

I have a 4 month old english bulldog puppy and i want to get him neutered as soon as possible, but his testicles haven’t dropped yet. Whats the average age of a dog for their testicles to drop?
answerss will be appreciated thanksss!

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Sunday, November 22nd, 2009
mekongmaiden asked:


I have a 1.5 year old English Bulldog. She is 50lbs and has a great coat, somewhat dry skin, and I keep her folds clean. She is bather once a month and takes oral flea meds.

How necessary is oatmeal shampoo for the bullie coat? Suggestions on food? Could the smell that she has developed simply be from age, or could it be from infection or dry skin?

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Bruce Tzu asked:


I want a dog that can be both an indoor and outdoor dog. I want a dog that is good with kids. A dog that is a protector but not a guard dog. Also I live in a hot climate.

Does an old english bulldog sound like a good fit?
I have a back yard but it is small.
thank you walkinglady I thought an old english bulldog didn’t have the health problems a regular bull dog has?

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Luna asked:


I would really like to know what are stuffs I need to take care of a 2 week old english bulldog. The owner wants to trow the puppy(her) on the streets so I asked himo give her to me, but i never had take care of such a young puppy.

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TonsiL BoxeR asked:


I have a 10mos. old English Bulldog and he has developed a moist skin irritation and/or minor yeast infection in the facial fold under one of his eyes. This problem is quite common among the breed. I wanted to find out if anyone knows what type of ointment or solution can temporarily be used to treat it until I take him to the vet next weekend? Thanks for your opinions.

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brooklyngirl10510 asked:


My grandparents just got an 8 week old English Bulldog. Ever since we took him home he kept snapping and biting us. We’ve tried to tell him no but he is unresponsive. Now my grandmother has bruises on her feet from his bites. We know that its typical because he is teething and it’s his breed, but how do we stop it in the meantime?

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