Articles to Download
HOW TO PET-PROOF YOUR HOUSE AND YARD
Whether you have your first puppy or have owned dogs before, it is a good idea to check your house and yard for potential hazards. Here are some important tips that could save you and your dog a lot of grief.
PET-SAFE HOUSE PLANTS
For a wealth of information about pet-safe and dangerous house plants, click HERE. Authoritative sources will give you information about both indoor and outdoor plants, and discuss which are safe and which are dangerous for many kinds of pets, not just dogs. Avoid a possible tragedy by informing yourself about how to keep your dog safe!
Pyometra can be misdiagnosed or undiagnosed. If you have an intact bitch, please read this article that was in the AKC Gazette in April 2011. If your bitch should seem to be feeling unwell a few weeks after having been in season, please consider pyometra and get her checked out immediately.
Dr. Linda Kalmar presented an excellent program on Heatstroke in Frenchies at our April 2010 meeting.
You can download a pdf of her presentation here.HEATSTROKE.pdf (62,1 kB)
DISASTER PREPAREDNESS FOR FRENCHIES
A French Bulldog Breed Column that was in the AKC Gazette gave information about how to be prepared for emergencies. Click here to download it.
AKC BREED FLYER
This educational flyer goes out with the AKC registration for every new Frenchie that is registered. Click HERE.
A LETTER TO MY VET
If your vet does not have a lot of Frenchies in her practice, this will help her learn about their special needs. Letter to My Vet.pdf (37,1 kB)
HEALTH AND CONFORMATION
A Frenchie should be more than a pretty face! Here's what a judge should consider in judging your dog. Frenchie health conformation.pdf (65,8 kB)
SHOULD I BREED MY FRENCHIE?
This is not something to take lightly. Here are some questions that you need to answer before you make this very important decision. Should I Breed.....pdf (2,7 MB)