Frequently asked questions
What is a French Bulldog, aka bat pig?
Your Puppy's first few days
It's exciting for you but it can be a terrifying experience for your new baby. Imagine everything you've known your whole life has suddenly changed and you're in the company of strangers! It's understandable that some pups will stress out more than others. This can manifest in stress runs. Take care not overfeed as they are adjusting to the environment and especially if you've switched to a new dog food. A small amount of pure pumpkin puree may help as well. Your new baby might cry in the beginning and this is perfectly normal. It's always suggested that you spend as much time as you can to bond with your puppy and get them used to your routine / schedule from the get go. It may also be tempting to take them outside and show them off to the world but the little ones probably haven't built up their immunities yet. Be careful not to exposed them to areas where many dogs frequent until they've had all of their shots. Ask strangers to wash their hands before petting your sweet baby. Last but not least, take your pup to your vet to get an general health check. Sure your pup comes with a health guarantee but that's no excuse to skip this important step. Your vet will be your pal with this sensitive breed.
Socializing is important!