Advertisements As you can tell, we love English bulldogs here at BullyFamBam. Personally, I love their wrinkles and smooshed faces. English bulldogs are great pets, and if you are considering adopting one, here are some things to know before you … Continue reading What to Know Before Adopting an English Bulldog
Advertisements A new dog can be a great addition to a family with children. A dog can help children learn how to treat animals and how to be more active. However, parents should always be cautious when introducing a new … Continue reading How to Introduce Your Kids to a New Dog
Advertisements Dental disease is common in dogs. In fact, about 80% of dogs develop at least a mild form of dental disease by the age of three. This disease happens when plaque made of food particles and bacteria stays on … Continue reading Why Routine Dental Cleanings Are Important
Advertisements Summer is coming soon, and many of us are already experiencing hot weather. Dogs often want to go outside even when it’s really hot, and sometimes they are willing to play even when their bodies are overheating. Owners need … Continue reading Ways to Keep Your Dog Cool This Summer
Advertisements In the news, I have seen that many greyhound race tracks have shut down in states such as Florida and Alabama. Retired racing greyhounds have needed homes for quite a while, but now many more need homes. While I am not here to pressure anyone to adopt a greyhound, I just want to share some information on how this breed is suitable for different kinds of home environments. Let’s dig in and see how. They Can Live Well in Apartments While they are the fastest breed, they are also couch potatoes as long as they are exercised regularly. They … Continue reading Greyhound: The Versatile Breed
Advertisements Hello everybody! I have been interning here at BullyFamBam for a few weeks now, so here’s a chance for me to introduce myself. My name is Shelby, and I have had dogs all of my life. In fact, there … Continue reading Meet the Intern Shelby
Advertisements Many people assume that dogs only see in black, white, and grey. The truth is that compared to humans, dogs are “colorblind”. However, like us, they can see shades of blue, yellow, and brown. What they cannot see are … Continue reading What Colors Do Dogs See?