There's so much you learn about raising bulldogs over the years and we thought it might be helpful to have a place where we could share what we learn and what the families who've adopted from us have learned about life with a bulldog. This page will have lots of tidbits that will hope you'll find helpful.
About English Bulldogs
There are many resources that will describe the bulldog temperament that we encourage you to read so you are well aware of what to expect from
Physically: First and most important, bulldogs cannot live outdoors in Southern California. Because of their short noses, in warm weather (most of the time here) they cannot cool air as efficiently as other breeds. Which means when weather approaches about 70 degrees, they are increased risk of heat stroke. They must be kept in air conditioning and if you are driving a distance with the chance of hitting traffic, make sure you have a cooler with cold water and ice on board. While they do not require miles and miles of walks, they can be quite active and enjoy short bursts of activity.
your bulldog. We'd like to add our personal perspective of the breed. First, we LOVE the breed but we do not recommend them to everybody.
Bullies are so darned stubborn; they are not here on earth with the sole purpose of pleasing you. While they do not require miles and miles of walks, they can be quite active and enjoy short bursts of activity.
These are some of the toys our bulldogs our bulldogs love playing with.
The Kong Quest Star Pod toy is really more appropriate for younger dogs, before their jaws get too massive. The Kong toys that are black rubber are made for stronger jaws and none of these chew toys have been damaged yet:)