Helpful information on the French Bulldog, pug, English Bulldog and many other breeds. Expert pet advice brought to you by Frenchiestore. Find helpful information, pet-related news and health conscious pet products.
We all love kissing our French Bulldog however if your dog has bad breath kissing your dog would be the last thing on your agenda. Foul odor can indicate a health issue in your Frenchie so it is best to do your research, be well informed, treat the cause and prevent it from happening in the future.
BOAS stands for Brachycephalic obstructive airway syndrome and affects dogs with a smushed face. These dog breeds are popular and include the Frenchie, all types of Bulldogs, Pug, Boxer, Pekingese, Lhasa Apso and the Shih Tzu...
Co- owner of Frenchiestore Evan Oshan is representing the family of the French Bulldog puppy that died in the KLM flight late July. The Frenchie died during an international flight from Amsterdam to Boston in a KLM flight.
coincidence or faith? We may never know. One thing we do know is that Nero; a very loyal Frenchie was with his owner until the very last breath. Stuart Hutchinson of Alloa, Scotland battled brain cancer for eight years.
You see that adorable, squished little nose on your French bulldog? It makes you just wanna smother it in kisses, it’s just so dang cute. However, that very same flat facial shape – also known as “brachycephaly” – means that your sweet buddy is going to be extra prone to respiratory problems and overheating.
However, there is another danger from plastic that many pet owners may not know. Pet products made with BPA plastics can hurt your dog, even if they don’t eat it. Plastic has been a standard component in consumer goods since the 1960s