We have been breeding high-quality Frenchies for several years now and we have learned quite a bit in the process, but we are smart enough to know that we haven’t learned everything. Occasionally, we will get requests from authors or organizations regarding the posting of articles that they think might be insightful to our clients and visitors to our website. We screen these articles and if we believe that they can provide additional knowledge that will allow our clients and site visitors to make more informed and better decisions and become better pet owners, we do agree to some of these requests.

Hopefully, you will find the articles posted under this heading to be educational and enjoyable. If you have any questions or comments regarding them please don’t hesitate to contact us.

Stop Your French Bulldog Puppy from Jumping Up on You and Others

by Shona Rose An important habit you need to get rid of is your French bulldog puppy’s jumping. It is something that you need to get onto straight away because once they start learning this type of bad habit, it is incredibly difficult to getthem to stop doing it. French bulldog puppies will jump, despite what people may think. It is intheir nature to test boundaries as young dogs and to get attention from theirowner. In the wild, wolf pups jump up in the mother’s face in order toregurgitate the food they have just been fed. In a domestic situation, you need to show your little Frenchie that it will not get any attention when it is jumping. This is something that you should encourage from a very early age. This is often seen as very cute when they are small, but when they grow into bigger animals, it is not so cute when your Frenchie starts ‘frenching’ your face. If you are unable to stop the puppy from jumping this will serve to be apsychological problem as the dog turns into an adult. It will show dominance and demand your attention around every bend. This will serve to be problematic in the long run as you will have

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Simple Tips for Caring for a Senior Pet

Once pets reach a certain age, they start to need a deeper level of care in order to live a healthy and enjoyable life. Some of the most common signs of aging include a gradual loss of mobility, hearing, and sight, as well as more susceptibility to diseases. The age at which this occurs depends on factors such as breed, genetic makeup, and nutrition, among others.

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Should You Let Your Frenchie Sleep With You in Your Bed?

You may have heard from some Frenchie parents that they love to snuggle up with their dogs throughout the night, while some just hate to do so. You’ve probably also read about the health benefits of letting a French Bulldog sleep with you, and, on the other hand, you’re skeptical because it could adversely affect the quality of your sleep. So, should you let your Frenchie sleep with you in your bed?

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Pet Safety for the Bedroom

“The stay at home orders from COVID-19 have shaken up the way of life for new and old animal lovers alike. But no worries!” Shutterstock / Prystai have compiled a safety guide for both you and your pet to stay happy and comfortable while sharing a room

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Insurance for My Frenchie?

However, pet ownership also comes with responsibilities. We’ve said this before, but it bears repeating–if you’re thinking of getting a French Bulldog, you should consider carefully whether you’re ready to make a lifelong commitment to someone who will be dependent on you for everything. From small things likes belly rubs to big things like health and survival, it’s all on your plate.

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Inexpensive Cleaning Tips

by Tyler Evans These Inexpensive Cleaning Hacks Will Keep Dog Messes From Taking Over Your Home What’s the best thing about having a dog? The love, cuddles, playtime, laughs… we could go on and on. The worst thing about having a dog? Hands down, that would be the messes! That doesn’t mean you’re doomed to have a stinky, dirty home, though. We’ve compiled the best inexpensive ways to get rid of those messes and even prevent them in the first place. Target the Tough Stuff Pet Odors Perhaps the trickiest issue you’ll have is pet odors, and the big problem is how they set into your home over time. One easy way to get rid of smells is to wash everything your dog uses. Be sure to get a dog bed that’s machine washable, along with bowls and toys that can go in the dishwasher. You can also keep smells at bay by sprinkling baking soda on surfaces that you can’t toss in the washing machine. Just be sure to vacuum it up as baking soda can be toxic to dogs if ingested.  If smells are strong, you may need to deep clean your home. Urine odors are the worst to become set in,

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These 12 Tips Can Help Keep Your Pets Healthy Mid-Pandemic

While the coronavirus presents the biggest threat to humans, pets can be at risk, too. Since your furry friend is part of the family, keeping them out of harm’s way remains a priority. Here are 11 tips for keeping your pet or pets as healthy as possible during the pandemic.

Since there’s still much that’s unknown about the coronavirus, it helps to maintain a super-clean home. With pets, that’s a challenge—but sanitizing regularly can help keep every person and critter healthy.


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Health Benefits for Helping Your Dog Stay Fit and Healthy

Like any other member of the family, dogs require the proper care and attention to help them stay healthy. Looking after your dog’s wellbeing is just as important as looking after your own. There are many benefits to keeping your dog fit and healthy. After all, a healthy dog is a happy dog. Here are some of the basics and benefits of dog care.

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