Dog Grooming : How to Groom & Care for an English Bulldog

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To groom and care for an English bulldog, make sure to bath the dog often, dry thoroughly between wrinkles, wipe between wrinkles daily, use a de-shedding tool, and keep the toenails as short…

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  1. Chris Brownbill August 17, 2010 at 8:33 pm - Reply

    sorry but you do NOT bath an english bulldog often, FACT. this removes vital fats and oils from there coat. SECONDLY your using the wrong type of brush on it, YOU SHOULD use a rubber brush for them. Just Give them a regular brush every day or maybe every 2 days in moulting season with a RUBBER BRUSH and vaseline there nose to prevent the cracking effect as it gets older. weekly you should clean around the tail plus make sure with the creases in the face get in them propper not like she did !!!

  2. Davelantor May 27, 2011 at 7:23 am - Reply

    That leash is a bit short 🙁
    ps. Also consider vacuum cleaners … my bulldog loves it, he is trying to get his fur vacuum cleaned every time i am trying to clean the house, it also helps with shredding.

  3. ediot6969 June 28, 2011 at 9:47 am - Reply

    The cleaning of the face only needs to be done if ur feeding crap food or ur dog has bad allergies. I feed raw no tear stains. Poop is solid little nugget don't have to clean butt very often. No smell from dog but I do bath every two weeks to keep him looking real nice looking. He is not irritated by this he does not scratch every day and does not lick him self no irritation of his skin. Nails trim just a bit away from the quick which is where the nerve is.

  4. Boxcar101 April 1, 2012 at 4:24 pm - Reply

    I think you mean they are "susceptible" to dirty ears, not "sustainable" to dirty ears. Otherwise, thanks for the tips.

  5. Marie Peppers April 7, 2017 at 7:50 pm - Reply

    Safety tip for Bulldog owners and pug owners, USE Lemon to save your dog's life , SEE how all Flat faced pets should have lemon juice on hand for choking episodes, http://bulldogvitamins.blogspot.com/2015/04/pet-nurse-maries-tips-lemon-for-bulldogs.html

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