French Bulldogs Vaccinations. The vaccination scheme
French Bulldogs Vaccination The vaccination scheme of a puppy independent of the breed must be carried out according to age, each veterinarian has different policies and concepts regarding the first vaccine, but what is clear is that the first vaccine should be made on average 45 days after birth, the second vaccine should be performed at least 15 days later, the same applies to the third vaccine. You must be very careful with these times since it should not be less than 15 days the time lapse between each vaccine, for the case of rabies the puppies must be at least 3 months old, and should be re-vaccinated in a way annual.
It should be noted that a dog with the entire vaccination cycle can be infected with viruses by other dogs, simply vaccines are applied as a preventive measure.
Under no circumstances should we vaccinate our dogs with symptoms of fever, vomiting, diarrhea, they should be fully relieved at the time of vaccination.
6 – 8 weeks
DHPP (vaccines for distemper, adenovirus [hepatitis],
This question is asked by many pet buyers, it is key to define where we compare our puppies since we can not be part of the chain of puppy mills.
There are 2 types of French bulldog breeding, breeders who do this as part of a hobby and breeders that are dedicated to reproduce hundreds of dogs.
The breeders who do this as a maximum hobby have 4 litters per year, since they have few dogs to reproduce, they have appropriate physical conditions to have 2 dogs of this breed, free dogs in their garden, house or farm, that is why that the welfare of French bulldog mothers affects the health of the puppies, this allows babies to grow up in a calm, loving, suitable and above all familiar environment.
In many occasions we hear that a puppy gets sick repeatedly, that it has congenital diseases, that it suffers from some kind of chronic disease, this is due to the environment in which it was raised, in the type of feeding, for this reason we mended breeders of breed in a family environment where they only have a maximum of 2 adult dogs. We are a family French Bulldog breeding where the health and well-being of our dogs prevails.
French bulldogs are companion dogs, playful, friendly and above all affectionate with people. Each race has its particularities and its care, it is no exception the French bulldog, for them we recommend the following care.
The frenchs bulldog is a little active joint, you can not do long walks since it is not a dog for sports.You must be very careful with high temperatures as they can cause heat stroke
This breed does not require brushing or combing, as it is a hair with short hair.
Frances bulldogs are prone to skin problems especially when they live in places with excessive humidity, either in bed or on the floor where they are kept.
The ears should be cleaned frequently to avoid infections in them.
These dogs are prone to flatulence, but there is nothing to worry about.
The food should be suitable for age and breed, normally puppies should be fed differently from adult dogs.
If your French bulldog is pregnant you should be careful as babies are born by caesarean, this is not a problem, but you should be careful with a good veterinarian.