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Keep Your Olde English Bulldog Cool This Summer


As temperatures rise during the summer months, it is crucial to ensure the well-being of our beloved Olde English Bulldogs from All Southern Dogs. These charming and robust dogs are particularly susceptible to heat-related issues due to their short snouts and stocky build.


By implementing some simple precautions, we can keep our Olde English Bulldogs safe and comfortable throughout the sweltering summer season.


Provide Ample Shade and Shelter

Creating a cool and shaded environment is essential for your Olde English Bulldog's safety. Make sure your yard has shaded areas with trees or utilize a canopy or sunshade to provide protection from direct sunlight. Indoors, keep the living space well-ventilated and consider using fans or air conditioning to maintain a comfortable temperature. Additionally, ensure your Bulldog has access to a cool and shaded area at all times, especially during peak daylight hours.


Hydration is Key

Keeping your Olde English Bulldog well-hydrated is crucial for preventing heat-related illnesses. Always provide clean and fresh water in multiple locations throughout the day, both indoors and outdoors. Consider using a pet water fountain to encourage drinking. You can also include water-rich foods in their diet, such as watermelon or cucumber slices, to help them stay hydrated. Monitor their water intake regularly and refill the water bowls as needed.


Limit Outdoor Activities

Excessive exercise or playtime in hot weather can put your Olde English Bulldog from All Southern Dogs at risk of heatstroke. Schedule outdoor activities during cooler parts of the day, such as early morning or late evening. Avoid long walks on hot pavement or asphalt, as it can burn their sensitive paw pads. Instead, opt for grassy areas or invest in dog booties to protect their feet. Pay close attention to signs of exhaustion or overheating, such as excessive panting or difficulty breathing.


Never Leave Your Bulldog in a Parked Car

Leaving an Olde English Bulldog or any pet in a parked car, even for a few minutes, can be life-threatening. The temperature inside a vehicle can skyrocket rapidly, causing heatstroke and even death. Always bring your Bulldog inside with you or leave them at home in a cool and safe environment when running errands. It's better to be safe than sorry, and your Bulldog's life could depend on it.


By taking proactive measures to protect your Olde English Bulldog from the summer heat, you can ensure their safety and well-being. Remember to provide shade, keep them well-hydrated, limit outdoor activities during peak heat, and never leave them in a parked car. By following these simple guidelines, you can enjoy the summer season while keeping your furry companion cool, comfortable, and healthy.



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gigicolt1993
Jul 30, 2023

My Kai was my best friend for over 11 years. I miss her terribly. She has been gone for several months now. They are the best friend you can have. They love unconditionally and they are very loyal. They will be a part of your family forever.

I am looking for our new family member. Can't wait. If you are thinking of a bully please know it is a great adventure and a wonderful member to your family.

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