Category: Puppies

How to Get the Energy Out of an English Bulldog

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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 »

The Benefits of Socializing for Your Dog

English Bulldogs and puppies

When you bring home a dog to your family, you have to understand they won’t always be content with just hanging out with you and the family. It’s important to bring socialization into their lives with other dogs. Now, keep in mind, you’ll have to train your dog the proper way before they can be… Read more »

Why are English Bulldogs so Famous?

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The English Bulldog is a very famous dog. From university mascots to British Royalty, these loveable creatures are known for being a high standard dog. Of course, there are many reasons for them being so loved around the world not only as pets, but for being companions as well. Personality Traits You’ll Love Their personality… Read more »

Interesting Facts About English Bulldogs

English Bulldog from Cedar Lane Bulldogs

English Bulldogs make amazing pets, especially for families and young professionals. They don’t require a big yard and a ton of space to roam. They live well in apartments and they are great with kids. They break Guinness World Records by skateboarding, and they take the Georgia Bulldogs mascot to the next level. Here are… Read more »

English Bulldogs Make for Great Family Pets

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Many families who are looking to get a dog for the whole family want to make sure the dog is going to be another member of the group. If you’re a family with young kids, an English Bulldog is the perfect dog for you! Here is why: Friendly and Loving Towards Humans English Bulldogs are… Read more »

How to Help Your English Bulldog Puppy During the Teething Phase

There’s no feeling more joyful than bringing home your English bulldog puppy. The first few weeks are all cuteness and cuddles—and then comes teething. Puppy teething usually begins when a puppy is three to four months old, and lasts about two to three months. During the teething phase, your puppy’s gums may become red, swollen… Read more »