What’s the naughtiest thing your dog did that you secretly liked?
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.
Elite Bulldogs created a list of five must-know French Bulldog winter care tips to help keep them safe and sound as we say hello to winter’s cold.
1. Sweaters – French Bulldog Winter Care
If you have ever been outside and noticed a dog wearing a sweater and immediately the word “Diva” comes to mind, you are not alone.
But unlike their long haired counterparts with natural sweater-like fur, French Bulldogs (and other short-haired dogs) actually need this extra layer of protection to help keep their bodies warm while outside in the cold.
It’s been the summer of puppies here at the Elite Bulldog Kennel! We had a couple of new litters at the end of May, and we’ve spent the past couple of months watching them grow into the adorable bundles of love and energy they are today. It’s a tough job but someone has to do it! Fun fact: puppies need at least eight weeks before they can leave their moms. It’s during this time that they learn behaviors they simply can’t learn from humans. The good news is that these puppies are