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Choosing the Vet

English Bulldog

Choosing the Vet

English Bulldog: Choosing the Vet

Veterinarians are doctors for animals. When puppy joins the family he needs to find a doctor, too. A vet will care for your pet throughout his life. He will be the second line of defense against disease and illness. In an effort to find the right vet, ask questions. Learn how to find the veterinarian that will care for your new puppy the best. Interviewing veterinarians is okay. They expect potential clients to check them out. You don’t have to take your spy kit with you, but be thorough in your investigation. Ask friends and family for recommendations. When you choose a vet, remember to call ahead to schedule an appointment for a walking tour. Take your list of questions with you. The first person you will meet is the receptionist. Did they let you stand there for five minutes or more before acknowledging your presence or did they smile and offer to help immediately? A pleasant staff is a good sign. During the tour, check out the facility. Is there a pervasive smell of animals or do you smell cleaner? It’s normal for a vet’s office to smell like animals, but it shouldn’t be so overpowering that you want to run for the nearest oxygen mask. Exam rooms should be cleaned between patients and at the end of the day. Ask the veterinarian about the policies of the facility. Is there a vet always on call in case of emergencies? Do they offer boarding for pets? How much are the fees for routine care? Don’t worry about asking too many questions. Puppy is important to you so do what you must for him. Once you decide on a vet, it is time for puppy’s first visit. Bring him on a leash. Puppy can’t be allowed to roam free around the waiting room inciting a riot. Puppy may be a bit out of sorts at first, but be patient with him. Just like with his training, resist the urge to become excited around him. If you stay calm at the vet’s office, puppy will learn to do the same. Stay with him throughout the visit so he knows that you have not abandoned him. Going to the vet is a part of life for puppy. Making him comfortable here is necessary so he won’t become anxious when it’s time for his checkups. Choose a vet before you need him. Waiting until an emergency arises is too late. Keep your puppy safe from day one.

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Original Bulldog

The Original Bulldog Club ->> The Bulldog Club of Milan ->>To promote and encourage the Breeding of Pure Bulldogs in all of the World, but more especially In the provinces of England, to Ireland, and in Scotland, in Italy, in Lombardy and in Milan.

Honorary President, Ever and Forever, Mrs. D.N. and Mr. Les Thorpe. Bulldog Club, created to celebrate the unbelieveble birth in Milan, with the exclusive merit ofTuffnuts Bulldogswith The Bulldog International Research Center and Ocobo Show Bulldogs, of the Legitimate Rosa's Heirs with absolutely English Blood from Lincolnshire, UK, Tuffnuts Ocobo. Established on Dicember 2004 with the birth of Tuffnuts Snow Angel Tuffnuts, dedicated to Major L.A. Jackson and Dr. Les Cotton.

English Bulldog

The bulldog is a relatively small but stocky breed, with a compact body and short, sturdy limbs. Its shape results in a waddle-like gait. Bulldogs are known for their short muzzles and the saggy skin on their faces, creating the apparent "frown" that has become a trademark of the breed. Bulldogs come in a variety of colors and ideally have a smooth, short coat. The size for a mature male is about 50 pounds (25 kg); that for mature females is about 40 pounds (23.7 kg).

American Bulldog

The American Bulldog is a breed of working dog developed for catching livestock and for protecting property. Though larger in size, they are the closest surviving relative of the Old English Bulldog because they were not altered to as great an extent while in Colonial America as their European cousins. There are generally considered to be two types of American Bulldog, the Johnson type and the Scott type( APBT cross ), named after the breeders who were influential in developing them, John D. Johnson and Allen Scott. These are more commonly known as Classic or Bully type and Standard or Performance type.

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- Bulldog Health:Health Problems,Health and Care Information

- Bulldog Growth:Development of the Puppy:Critical Periods,Stages,Behaviour

- How to breed English Bulldogs

- Top 10 English Bulldog Caring Tips

- The prolapsed third eyelid gland in Bulldogs

- English Bulldog faq,FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

- Choosing the Vet for your English Bulldog

- Bulldog Registration and Pedigrees

- How to Choose the English Bulldog Puppy

- How To Choose Between Male and Female Bulldog Puppy

- How to raise American Bulldogs

- How to Prevent Heat Stroke in Dogs

- How to Name Your Bulldog Puppy or Dog

- How to Buy a Purebred Puppy

- How to Adopt a Purebred Dog

- Bulldog Growth: The selenium requirement of the puppy

- How to Read a Pet Food Label

- Bulldog Health Problems:Surgery of the Eyelids,Palpebral Surgery

- How to Keep a Dog in Good Health

- How to Find a Lost Dog