There are many breeds of puppies available for adoption or on sale. But if you want to see your puppy transform into dog with a wide broad-built body with a bewildered look on it’s face, perhaps the best a bulldog puppy would fit your preference.
Appearance, Built and Temperament
Bulldog puppies grow to have short haired yet glossy coats. The color of their coats may be white, red, brindle, fawn or a mix of everything. Their character is described to be kind, brave and loyal yet aggressive when threatened by strangers. Their built is heavy yet stout and moderate in size. Their faces has a lot of folds and wrinkles and they tend to open their mouth to pant.
Bulldog puppies grow-up to have an affectionate temperament and usually develops an emotional bond with their family or owners. Despite it’s massive and wide appearance, this breed of dog is very sensitive yet gentle with children. Bulldog puppies depend on the attention of their masters so it is very important to keep their morale up by spending time with them.
Newly born Bulldog puppies typically(like any other new born puppies) have soft fur and faintly opened eyes. Their natural instinct after birth is to feed from the lactating mother and sleep for long hours. Bulldog puppies are considered puppies from birth to about one year of age. During this span of time (birth to 12 month) Bulldog puppies usually have no sexual drive.
Raising Bulldog puppies and Sources
If your planning to train a bulldog, it’s best to raise them while they are still puppies specifically before they reach the age of six months. It is during this crucial stage the bulldog puppy adjusts and gains association to it’s surroundings. Raising the the bulldog puppy from birth can build a stronger emotional bond between the master and the puppy.
Bulldog puppies can be found in Bulldog kennels. A selection of newly born puppies can also be found on the Internet. Some websites provide descriptions of the Bulldog puppies along with their price and contact details.
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