They don't drool much. Contrary to popular belief, bulldogs don’t really drool very much. Many of them are sloppy drinkers, so it’s best to keep away from them if they’ve just visited the water bowl. The amount of drool seems to be related to the thickness of the bulldog’s flews. In general, the heavier the flews, the more drool. You can also expect them to salivate more if food is present.
my bulldog only drools when i take her on a car trip and thats from heavy panting, she doesn't like car trips.
by jgetsmoneyy 5 years ago
What is a reasonable price to pay for a French Bulldog?I was curious what a reasonable price to pay for a French Bulldog is. I was at a petstore this weekend looking at English Bulldogs and they were asking $3800 however I go online and see reputable breeders not backyard breeders I know b/c they...
by bulldogotto 5 years ago
Blood in 12 week english bulldog stool12 week old english bulldog, noticed a few drops of blood in stool? Should I rush to a vet? I've only had him for a little over a week now. I slowly switched his puppy food from the kennels to purina puppy chow over aprox. A 4-day span.. would that be the cause?
by wilsonskennels 10 years ago
Hello:) I am Sherri Wilson and I own Wilson's Kennels in Vernon , Florida. I have a very small kennel as breeding Catahoula Bulldogs is my passion(hobby). The Catahoula Bulldog is a breed that has been around for 100 years. It was made by farmers and hunters who wanted a superior farm working dog...
by Apostle Jack 6 years ago
How do you define Celestial Spirituality?My view is contrary to popular opinion to that of scientist that it is a part of our Solar System,but rather a SPIRITUAL CONCEPT that is reveal in 1 Cor 15 v 40,44 of Bible revelations.
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