Max High Performance Dog Food
When feeding your Bulldog, like every animal, including
you and I, require a well balanced and wholesome diet
which should be low in fats or any artificial ingredients.
A Bulldog likes to eat out of a pan with straight sides
and a flat bottom; the best dog bowl is a stainless
steel because,it not only lasts longer but it is also
the most sterile and very easy to clean.
Bulldogs can actually break out in what look like pimples
if they are fed from other types of bowls so don't use
plastic bowls for the food or the water.
Most breeders will feed two to four month old puppies
four times per day and at that young age age the puppy
kibble is usually softened with a sprinkling of warm
Some people even add a bit of cottage cheese or a unflavored
low-fat yogurt. It is best to do your research and choose
a high quality food as their are are several good brands
of puppy kibble but some have more filler than others
so always seek out the top quality.
If you or the puppy seem to be unsatisfied with the
kibble she is eating then try another.
In order to have a healthy growing dog you really want
to offer a kibble that the puppy likes and which helps
produce a nice coat, keeps the puppy well rounded but
not obese or overly plump, and produces good solid stools.
We are not here to recommend a particular brand over
another but some of the better quality dog food is made
by Iam's, Nutro, Eukanuba, Purina Puppy Chow or Science
As you would on the food your family consumes, check
the list of ingredients on the bag. Never feed your
Bulldog a kibble that contains soybeans.
may feed your dog on a set schedule, or have food available
for her at all times. The bulldog pup will flourish
under either system and the choice depends on which
is more convenient for you and what sort of lifestyle
There are even automatic feeders to keep a regular timetable
for your dog but don't rely on an automatic dog feeder
to allow you to leave the dog alone for days on end!
They shouldn't be left alone and if you are the type
of person who enjoys long trips away from home then
perhaps this sort of pet isn't for you.
much you will feed her depends on the individual puppy.
Normally, a growing puppy which gets sufficient exercise
can and should eat as much as it wants but if the little
fellow is a bit of a lazy bones and she does start to
show signs of obesity you will need to regulate the
amount of kibble she eats, but never ever put a growing
puppy on a severely nutritionally restricted diet unless
the animal is being supervised by a veterinarian who
is knowledgeable in the care of Bulldog puppies.
your animal has reached four to six months the puppy's
feeding routine should remain the same but the number
of feedings may be reduced from four down to three and
furthermore at about six months of age this number can
be reduced to two feedings per day.
almost all cases you can continue feeding your puppy
as much as she wants and how often you feed a dog over
a year old depends on your preferences and the dog's
desires and habits.
Most dogs do well on one meal a day but some do better
if they are given two smaller meals a day once in the
evening and once in the morning; whatever the feeding
schedule you establish try and stick to it as much as
Bulldogs will eat puppy kibble usually until they are
a year old and if your little rascal is thriving on
puppy kibble, leave her on it until she is two years
old and some people will even feed their dogs puppy
kibble for their entire lives but it is more common
to switch to a more mature and adult kibble at around
their first birthday.
doesn't hurt your bully mix to change from one brand
of dog food to another and even to another as long as
each change of brand is done by gradually, substituting
more and more of the new brand for the old.
This keeps the dog from having periods where she is
adjusting to new flavors and textures which could cause
disruptions in her regular diet.
If your dog is spayed or neutered and certainly as it
ages and the dog's metabolism slows down and the bulldog
becomes less active, you may need to start feeding a
reduced calorie dog food to keep it from becoming too
fat or seriously obese.
good brands of dog food have such a low calorie kibble
and the dog will probably prefer to stay within the
same brand once you introduce the "lo-fat" version.
No matter how old your dog is she should have fresh
clean water available at all times.
most common nutritional supplements for bulldogs are
cottage cheese, yogurt and oil. Cottage cheese is very
good for growing puppies since the Bulldog must grow
a lot of dense, heavy bone in a relatively short period;
offer about one tablespoon at every feeding.
yogurt will help to keep the dogs digestive system working
normally as such living milk products contain beneficial
bacteria that is good for the gut.
them about a teaspoon per feeding. Keeping the fur and
skin in good condition can be assisted by giving the
occasional feeding of oil. Oil will keep the coat and
skin in better condition so you can feed her about a
teaspoon two times per day. Do not give your Bulldog
any oil which contains soybean oil!
or canola oil is best. If you want to reward your dog
with a wee treat it is best to avoid people food and
give dog biscuits.
It won't hurt your Bulldog to give him an occasional
bite of meat, vegetables, fruit, chicken, ice cream,
etc. but don't make this too much of a habit and never
feed your dog from scraps right off the kitchen table
as this will instill unwanted behavior.
Never give her onions or chocolate!
Start Training Your Dog Early
If you want the housebreaking to go quickly and want
to effectively follow the expert advice on house training
a bulldog then regardless of the method you use you
need to spend as much time as possible with your puppy.
Probably the most important rule to remember when house
training your dog is: If you don't catch your puppy
doing it then don't punish him for it! You have to praise
your puppy when things go right so you need to ensure
that the only time you interact is when your puppy has
done something bad and you sternly scold her with a
loud "no" .
If they do something right, let them know and as we
stated earlier the house training of your puppy should
begin with a good, constant feeding and watering routine;
establish set times for eating from the beginning and
feedings should be scheduled whenever someone will be
home take or have your puppy go to the right spot for
a bathroom break. Most puppies like to eliminate within
20 minutes after a meal and your house training will
be very successful if you can take the puppy outside
at these times right after the meal as this puts the
focus on this chapter of house training on teaching
your puppy where to go to the bathroom. With such encouragement,
your puppy will soon learn that where to go is outside
and not in your favorite pair of slippers!
the home, in the day to day schedule of a family's daily
life supervision and confinement are the most important
tools in successful house training. Keep him in the
room with you, using a leash if necessary when she is
younger to prevent her from wondering off; eventually
the leash won't be necessary as the dog will learn not
to go wandering. If you start to notice a restlessness
or the start of whining bring the dog outside. If you
cannot supervise your puppy during these times then
confinement may be required. Try using protective child
gates or the dog crate but don't confine the puppy so
often that it feels isolated.
bulldog puppy is a sociable creature and needs to be
with people or other pets. When you take your dog outside,
you need to let her know what she is supposed to do.
Repetition is important in dog training and taking them
to the same place through the same door with the same
leash is a good way to build positive habits. Use a
key phrase to encourage him so when she actually begins
to eliminate, shower the dog with praise and once she
has eliminated, it is a good time to play as the process
of reward, praise and encouragement will go a long way
if you take the time to continue doing it. Always make
sure you make the dog understand that you are the boss;
the leader of the pack!
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