Bulldogs For Sale In Australia
Bulldogs For Sale Australia brings you this little black boy, Billy. He loves to play and run around all day. He is a little ball of fire! Billy will be a very loyal companion to his new forever family and will come home to you up to date on vaccinations and a full head to tail vet check. He hopes you love to cuddle and take a nap after a long day of fun. Billy will be ready for all the love he can get. Don’t miss out on this pup. His bags are packed and he’s ready to go.
If you are considering a French Bulldog, then you would be most concerned about the following:
- Health problems. Unfortunately, these nice-tempered dogs are deliberately bred with structural deformities that detract from the dog’s quality of life. They especially have trouble breathing. You need to protect them from heatstroke and if your summers get hot, your home needs to be air-conditioned. Along with respiratory disorders, Frenchies also suffer from spinal disorders, eye diseases, heart disease, and joint diseases. Read more about French Bulldog Health.
- French Bulldog sounds. Because of their short face, most Frenchies snort, snuffle, wheeze, grunt, and snore loudly. These sounds are endearing to some people; nerve-wracking to others.
- Slobbering. Some French Bulldogs, especially those with heavy loose lips, slobber water when they drink. Some drool, too, especially after eating and drinking.
- Gassiness (flatulence). All short-faced breeds gulp air when they eat, and that air has to go somewhere, after all!
- Stubbornness. For such a small dog, French Bulldogs can be quite stubborn and manipulative. You must show them, through absolute consistency, that you mean what you say. Food is a great motivator for this breed, but it often results in a fat Frenchie who only obeys if you’re waving a cookie. I recommend a more sensible training method.
- Housebreaking. French Bulldogs can be quite slow to housebreak. Expect four to six months of consistent crate training.