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  1. G

    Introducing Izellah Arabella!

    Hey, everyone! I'm new to this forum. You can call me Sousanna. I have an OEB named Izellah Arabella. But we just call her Izellah or Pumpkin. She is my first bulldog and definitely won't be my last. She turned 1 year old today! Unfortunately, due to the circumstances, we aren't able to...
  2. J

    Supplementing a raw diet.

    We have a 6mth Old English Bulldog which we've had from 9wks old and she's been fed a raw diet for the last 5mth. She seems in perfect health and has a good coat and lots of energy, regularly walks 3/4 miles but not everyday. We have recently looked at a different raw food supplier as our...
  3. 1Chumly

    Questions about a supplement for Monty

    Since all this happened to Monty, it is a battle to get him to eat with the result that I feed him ANYTHING he shows interest in. Because of that, he is not getting a balanced diet, mostly all protein. He won't touch fruit or vegetables anymore. I have to puree everything as if there is a...
  4. D

    Am I feeding enough?

    My dog is almost 9 months old, around 35 lbs or so. I feed him Zignature (turkey currently but I switch it between that and whitefish). I have been feeding 1 cup am + 2/3 cup noon + 2/3 cup pm. He loves fruit and frozen green beans, so he gets a bit of that too. The vet said to cut him back on...
  5. Manydogs

    human food warning/dogs,too.

    Walmart and Kroger pulled pre-cut melon from their shelves yesterday, June 7, according to today’s alert from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Other products, such as fruit salad, that were made with pre-cut melon are also potentially contaminated-watermelon,other melons...
  6. Manydogs

    Make your lettuce safer

    Before treating your lettuce or other fresh greens, remove broken or bruised leaves. The breaks enable pathogens to enter the cells and thus, become protected from the lethal effect of the vinegar or whatever antimicrobial you use. Additionally, the liquid from broken or bruised leaves aids...
  7. MamaAndi

    AVAILABLE FOR ADOPTION! ~Selena~English Bulldog Available for Adoption in Texas

    Please welcome Selena to Lone Star Bulldog Club Rescue! She writes: I’ve seen a lot in my 8 years on this earth. But I never dreamed I would find myself in a shelter for abandoned dogs and cats. The folks I had always lived with took me there and left me. They said something about me being too...
  8. Petra

    I HAVE BEEN ADOPTED! ~TYSON~ English Bulldog available for adoption in IL.

    ABOUT TYSONHey Everyone! Tyson here, my foster mom and dad also call me “Big T.” What can I say? I’m a big guy! I am 2 years old and looking for my forever home. My previous family loved me very much but couldn’t take me with them sadly. I’m an Olde English Bulldog, meaning I’m just that much...
  9. KimDe

    He ate raw onion...

    I got home last night and my husband doesn't tell me until we are getting ready for bed that Fezzik ate about a 1 inch raw onion from a sandwich. Even though we never feed him from our plate except maybe the occasional raw fruit or veg he has taken to launching himself towards us while we eat. I...
  10. B

    Healthy snacks: question on fruit

    My bully has a pretty good diet. Orijen food with yogurt in the morning, Orijen with a piece of chicken for dinner. She gets natural chicken chips and turkey jerky dog treats, also sometimes some baby carrots (a little peanut butter on the end if she's been really good!). I know fruits can be...
  11. Petra

    I HAVE BEEN ADOPTED! ~BUDDY~ English Bulldog available for adoption in IL.

    Buddy's Info... I am already neutered, housetrained, purebred, and up to date with shots. Buddy's Story... Holla peeps, my name is Buddy and I am 4 years old. I found myself a new resident of IEBR back in June and when I arrived, I weighed a whopping 86 pounds. My foster mom and dad put me on...
  12. A

    Bullies and vegetables/fruit

    Hello everyone, new here and new bully owner! I have a question regarding feeding our canine friends fresh veggies and/or fruit. What's good, what's bad, what's your general experience? Anything I should absolutely avoid?? Thanks!!
  13. Roseann

    Cooked or raw treats

    I try to give my guys healthy treats. Only homemade usually. I'm wondering if it's best to give raw veggies and fruit. What about meat? Do I cook it or leave it raw? I have never given them cooked veggies. It's always raw carrots or green beans, ect, usually frozen. I have a couple deer hearts...
  14. harveyspecter

    The Fruit of Hard Labor

  15. ellie67

    Fruit

    Hi i have read that quite a few owners feed their bulldogs fruit as snacks at what age and what fruits do you recommend ? Thank you .
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