French Bulldog Puppies

First, you must never expose French Bulldog Puppies to smoke or any dust particles while they are young. French bulldog puppies have been quite notorious when it comes to easily having lung problems. For the overall health and activity of the dog, these have to be avoided. Second, French Bulldog Puppy need to be kept in cool areas during the summer season. Although their coats are really thin, their stocky build makes it harder for them to cool down under intense heat. As much as possible, there must be at least one air conditioned area in the house where the dog can stay. Frenchies are indoor dogs, but require air conditioning in warm weather. An inactive French bulldog may experience certain levels of depression when they grow old, so make sure that there is a daily routine to which you need to follow. French Bulldog NYC show a tendency toward obesity. Weight can be monitored with this simple test: you should be able to feel the ribs, but they should not be noticeably by sight. If you can’t feel them at all, your French Bulldog Puppy may have packed on a few extra pounds. Feed a balanced diet, as recommended by your veterinarian.