Looking for French Bulldog puppies and dogs for sale? Why not adopt?

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Before you adopt an English Bulldog, consider how much time your new family member will spend alone. Remember, a puppy requires constant attention. The key to successful housebreaking is consistency; preventing "accidents" is key. Once a puppy soils the carpeting, it becomes much more difficult to train them out of that behavior. Here's a good rule of thumb to consider: a puppy can hold his bladder just one hour for every month they've been alive. For instance, a 3-month-old puppy will need to empty his bladder every three hours! Before you adopt an English Bulldog puppy, ask yourself if you are available to walk your dog several times throughout the day, and if you have the patience and commitment to wake up and take him out first thing every morning at the same time, and stick to a strict schedule. Of course, before you can walk him at all, you will need to train him to walk on a leash, which is a project in itself.
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Volunteer to be a buddy for bulldogs. Virtually all breeds have rescue heroes who set up a network of foster homes. These organizations are always looking for foster moms and dads. Sometimes pregnant bulldogs, new moms with litters of puppies, or just litters of puppies will be surrendered to a shelter who will call bully rescue so they don't have the added expense of caring for this high-maintenance breed. If you are already in the foster network you will be the treasured volunteer who is first on the list to adopt a puppy. Puppies For Adoption Near Me With English Bulldog Puppies For Adoption Near Me Dogs
Photo provided by FlickrThinking about adopting a American Bulldog puppy? Here are three reasons to adopt an adult instead:
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So, you want to adopt an English Bulldog, huh? Great idea! Want to hear an even better idea? Rescue an adult English Bulldog. No pooch is too old for puppy love and puppies are only puppies for a few months after all, right? Oh, you have your heart set on a cute little English Bulldog puppy? Have you been looking at English Bulldog puppies for sale, checking out English Bulldog puppy breeders? OK, here's some food for thought if you have your heart set on a puppy, and a few reasons why adopting an adult might be your better option:Many English Bulldog dogs in shelters or with rescue groups are already trained and ready to go! Adults have a much longer attention span than puppies, too, which means they're easier and faster to teach. Adult dogs already have recognizable personality traits, so you'll be able to select one who is great with children. Many English Bulldog rescue groups use foster homes to make sure each English Bulldogs for adoption is trained to be well-behaved indoors. Although all dogs need attention and playtime, an adult dog's needs are far less demanding than a puppy's.On the other hand, an adult dog's bladder is already fully developed. Shelter dogs are often already housetrained and English Bulldog rescue groups can tell you if their adult dogs for adoption are housebroken before they go into your home. You also have the advantage of knowing that your dog is physically able to "hold it" for several hours at a stretch. In most cases, adult dogs are by far easier to housebreak than puppies. You can teach an old dog new tricks!When you adopt an adult dog, you are doing the ultimate good deed. Let's face it: at first a lot of people think they want to find English Bulldog puppies for sale, but not everyone is lining up to adopt the great adults! Some people might have the misconception that English Bulldogs in shelters have something wrong with them. In fact, most English Bulldogs for adoption end up in shelters not because of any problem with pet behavior or health issues, but because they were dropped off by someone who simply didn't have the time or money to care for the animals. In some cases pets are lost and never found by their owners. These animals are healthy and very eager to please. Did you know that every year, approximately 4 million adoptable animals are killed? A staggering 25% of those animals are purebreds, so you can bet there is an English Bulldog in need of adoption.