Category: Bulldog Exercise

What to Do If Your English Bulldog Gets Car Sick

English Bulldog riding in car on road trip

Unfortunately, English Bulldogs can experience car sickness, especially on a long drive or road trip. This can be scary for the owner if you experience it for the first time. English Bulldogs are known to be energetic, yet relaxed dogs with loving and playful traits. When this happens, some owners can get a little anxious…. Read more »

Keep Your English Bulldog Out of the Hot Sun

As we look forward to the spring season and warmer weather with our English Bulldogs, it’s important to remember to keep them healthy. When your English Bulldog is out in the hot weather and sun for too long, this can be very dangerous for their health and well-being. When the weather gets warmer, and the… Read more »

Best Things to Do with Your Bulldog this Winter

As winter slowly approaches, it’s time to start thinking of ways to stay active and busy, especially if you have an English Bulldog. Many dog owners who have English Bulldogs don’t think this is necessary because they are smaller dogs that are able to lay around with you during the colder months. Every dog needs… Read more »

How to Get the Energy Out of an English Bulldog

puppies in basket

Bulldog puppies can be very hyperactive. They tend to have a lot of energy when they’re puppies to a few years of age. Of course, many dogs are like this, it can be frustrating for a dog owner to manage. You do have to cater to their needs of course, so it’s important to make… Read more »

Traveling Tips for Your English Bulldog

Taking road trips in the car to vacation is much needed right now. If you have an English Bulldog, and you’re looking to take them with on the trip, we can give you some tips on how to make the car ride much easier and comfortable for you and your dog. Here are 4 tips… Read more »

Keeping Your Bulldog Active During Quarantine

English Bulldog Outside in the Yard

It can be difficult for many dog owners to keep them active during the COVID-19 pandemic. As states around the country start to slowly open up specific businesses, we still have to be cautious of being social distant. Staying home and going out less may still be the norm for quite some time. Regarding your… Read more »