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Article 1: Pet Loss-when to get a new dog

Article 2: Household items that are dangerous to your dog

Article 3: Second Hand Smoke and your dog

Article 4: Vacationing with your Dog

Article 5: Take It Inside - Indoor Fun For Your Dog

Article 6: Take It Inside - Indoor Fun For Your Dog
Part 2

Article 7: Heat Stroke

Article 8: Does My Dog Really Have to Visit a Dentist

Article 9: Dog Chiropractic Practices

Article 10: The Toes Have It-Grooming Nails & Feet
Article 11: Proofing Your Home For Your New Bulldog

Article 12: Why Dogs Bark and What You Can Do About It

Article 13: House Training on the Go 2

Article 14: Dog Film Stars Part 1

Article 15: Symptoms, Prevention, and Treatment of Hip Dysplasia

Article 16: Bringing your dog to a Park is Always a Good Idea

Article 17: Table Food and Excessively Treating your Dog

Article 18: Achieving the Right Balance in Dog Food

Article 19: Stenotic Nares (Pinched Nostrils)

Article 20: Health benefits of Owning a Dog

Article 21: Shock Collars: Are They Safe or Cruel?
Bulldogs & Drowning
I have had Parents tell me that their bully can swim fine, and some can, up to between 1 and 2 years of age. Sad to say, those parents lost their bullys to drowning. You may wonder...what happened? Bullys, as they grow, tend to get more dense, thicker bones and dense muscles, and start to be what I call "Heavy Boned". A lot of times this does not occur until after 1 year of age, thus the sad scenario above....the bully could swim fine until one day it sank and drowned. NEVER take a chance!! It is definitely NOT worth it.
This is the ONLY SAFE way to have your Bully around or in the water!!! Even if they can swim, don't EVER take a chance.
Thank you Andria for doing it right!! Meet Lana Greene