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Boredom and anxiety are often the root cause of behaviour problems in French Bulldogs. Use occupying toys and treats to keep them mentally stimulated and out of mischief.
Help your French Bulldog express their unique paw-sonality with T-shirts, jumpers, jackets, coats, costumes and accessories.
From mealtime and play to dental care and joint support, build healthy habits into your French Bulldog's daily routine to keep them healthy inside and out.
The key to keeping your Frenchie smelling sweet is to support optimal skin health. Bathe your French Bulldog every few weeks using a gentle shampoo, paying extra close attention to drying the folds of skin around their face to prevent yeast and bacterial infections.
French Bulldogs can be mischievious and stubborn at times, so it's best to start training right from the very first day they come home. Use of positive, reward based training techniques and crate training is highly recommended.
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