The Features and More About the French Bulldog
The tube-address holder is a brass accessory containing a piece of paper inside where you can write the name of the dog, the contact details of its owner, the phone number. To attach to the collar of your French bulldog, this tube-address holder is very useful in case of escape.
A tether stake is very useful for taking your Frenchie Dog everywhere and for attaching it securely and quickly. The stake can be useful on the beach or in a garden, in the park, when traveling.
The bulldog is a rustic dog whose short hair requires little maintenance: regular brushing and a bath, about once a month with a suitable shampoo, are sufficient. To avoid infections, regularly clean his eyes and ears, the folds of his face, and the area under his tail that he has difficulty reaching. At least one rubber massage brush and one frame grooming brush are required for all of these procedures.
French Bulldogs will eat their kibble more easily if it is presented in a curved and ridged dog bowl. This is the best type of bowl for a dog with a short nose. But if your dog eats too fast, it is recommended to buy him an interactive anti-gluttonous bowl. This type of bowl can calm the ardor of obese or voracious dogs. The operation of this anti-glutton bowl is based on the principle of a healthy meal which provides for a diet in small portions to reduce the risk of vomiting, indigestion and meteorism in French bulldogs. This anti-glutton bowl system requires you to take kibble after kibble; you can reduce the amount of meals. The use of the bowl is a guarantee of your dog’s health. By getting his food like a king’s piece in the scrub, your French Bulldog will gradually be satiated with optimal amount of meals.
The gourd is an accessory for French bulldogs that allows you to carry water and make your dog drink wherever you are on a walk, in the sea, in the mountains, summer and winter. Indeed, far from his bowl the dog must still hydrate regularly. If the weather is hot or the dog is exercising a lot, he will of course need to drink more than when it is cool and at rest. Normally, taking these variations into account, a dog should drink regularly and in small amounts a total of 50 to 100 ml per kg, during the day. When traveling it is recommended to choose a bottle with a ball closure system ensuring that no drop of water will be spilled and wasted, allowing more to flow.