Even though it’s winter time and the cool air around us isn’t ideal for taking a dip in the pool, summertime is coming and will be here before you know it! If you’re interested in teaching your puppy how to swim safely while having fun, check out the list below on how to turn your puppy into an award winning swimmer! (more…)
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Of course the most important thing when taking care of a pet is their health and happiness, but maybe you aren’t sure what’s available to you. If this is a concern of yours, you’ve come to the right place. Listed below are some alternative treatments for your puppy that don’t include going to the vet. (more…)
The summer months are the best time to enjoy the outdoors, beaches, lakes, rivers and any other body of water to keep all of us cool, including our English Bulldog puppies. But keeping your pup safe in the water is a big concern. Follow these simple tips to make sure every swim is an enjoyable one! (more…)
It seems that no matter what pet store you go to, there are always the same old toys and supplies over and over again. If only the pet industry would come out with the hot new thing for pets like they do with humans. Oh wait! They have! Check out these hot new topics in the pet industry that were featured at the Global Pet Expo last weekend.
When you look at the build of an English Bulldog, we all think it would be nearly impossible for an them to swim. While this breed may not be the king of the water like other breeds, it is possible to have some watery fun with your English Bulldog puppy!
All you need to do for your dog to start swimming like a champ is to toss him in the water, right? Wrong! Although some breeds of dogs are instinctive swimmers because of their breed tendencies (such as Labrador Retrievers, who are bred to retrieve water fowl), other dogs don’t know how to swim, or even doggie paddle. Tossing your dog into the surf or even the swimming pool could result in a life-long fear of the water. So how do you get your dog into the swim of things safely?