Answer by Alexis Erickson, Published Author, on Quora:
“Here’s what my dog looks like:
He’s the goofiest, happiest, snuggliest baby ever. But, I guess he looks mean and scary to some.
I answered the door to a very pushy door-to-door salesman. I don’t remember what he was selling but he wouldn’t take no for an answer. When I tried to shut the door, he quickly blocked it with his foot and kept talking. I was starting to feel nervous because I was the only person at home.
Summer is just around the corner!
While for us “hoomans” summer means sunshine, cookouts, and swimming.
But for our Bulldog counterparts, it is important to remember that Bulldogs and heat do not jive well together.
It is recommended to keep your Bulldog inside in temperatures in excess of 85 degrees.
Use these five tips to help prevent your Bulldog from overheating this summer:
1. Limit your bulldogs time outdoors during rises in heat to potty breaks only and do not leave your bulldog unattended.
2. Keep fresh cool water available at all times