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Season’s Greetings! It’s December—the final month of the year. A time for reflection, get-togethers, and staying cozy. As most of the month falls during the lull between Thanksgiving and Christmas, you have about 3 solid weeks to wrap up your year before Christmas holidays start and all bets are off.
Today, we’re going to discuss ways to keep your pooch and yourself warm and comfortable as the seasons change and we approach the coldest times of the year. Let’s start this discussion from the human perspective and see how the rules we follow for staying warm outdoors also work for our dogs.
Halloween is just around the corner and we have been working overtime to make sure your canine pal is looking fresh and festive for the upcoming holidays. Here are some of the haute-doge-couture items that are ready for your dog to floss throughout the neighborhood whilst ‘trick-or-treating’.
Throughout the United States there are hundreds of organizations dedicated to animal welfare, rescue, and care. Short Noses and Friends United Rescue—or ‘SNAFU’—is one such organization. Frenchie Bulldog is excited to partner with SNAFU for the month of October as part of our Frenchie Gives Back program in order to generate greater awareness of their efforts as well as assist in their fund-raising and nationwide adoption services.
Last time we discussed how to socialize under-socialized pups in dog parks, focusing on first steps like cultivating the proper mindset, use of training collars/harnesses, and even adopting a gait that will let your dog know that you mean business. We also touched on the absolute importance of developing “sit” as the fundamental training position which should always be the default—particularly during tense meetings with new friends. This time around we are going to build on these ideas and talk about actions on when arriving at the dog park.
There are few things as “exhilarating” to dog owners as taking their canine pal to a dog park when they have reservations about how he/she will behave. Rescues, shelter pups, and even surrendered animals who might have previously had a ‘quirky’ human, can all come with some baggage or anxiety that goes undetected until that stroll in the park strips away the peaceful exterior and their latent fears and survival anxieties come bubbling to the surface. If your pooch is big, strong, and densely built then the stakes are even higher because even good-natured playfulness can be overwhelming to other doggos who might think they’re suddenly in a fight for their life.
Alongside Frenchie Bulldog’s primary goal of creating elevated pet essentials for people-animal families, we also make it a priority to financially assist a different animal welfare group each month by diverting a portion of the revenue from each item purchased from us. Throughout September 2022, Frenchie Bulldog will be partnering with French Bulldog Rescue Network (FBRN).
Celebrate the waning days of Summer with Frenchie Bulldog’s Sharky Collection. Your pooch will look as clean as the bite mark on a surfboard with these fresh prints featuring sharks, stars, and soon-to-be-bitten-boards.
Each month, Frenchie Bulldog partners up with different animal charities from around the country who are doing exemplary work in rescue, rehabilitation, sheltering and fostering. This month, we are partnering with Road Dogs & Rescue (roadogsandrescue.org), a Burbank, California-based charity focusing on Pit Bulls and American Bulldog breeds.
Having a dog for a pet is so common that it could be considered a rite of passage. Most Americans own one or more pets throughout their lives and dogs are among the most common. To anyone about to go through the exciting experience of canine cohabitation for the first time, here are some things you might consider...
It’s official!—Summertime is here! A time when Alaskans rejoice, and when Arizonans hide in their air-conditioned homes. But what of dogs?—what do they like to do in the summer? The reality for most dogs is that their existence is pretty closely tied to the realities of their owner’s lifestyle.
Face it: As a dog owner, you will inevitably go through many pet accessories as they break down over time due to soiling and wear & tear. Your pup is growing after all, and exploring the environment all around them, and so they’re going to need accessories—leashes, harnesses, collars, etc.—that will go the distance with them as they venture out into the world.