MARCELO… the cutest bulldog puppy! Last week, we were privileged to take care of a young 5 months old bulldog puppy. He was so adorable.
!He was so adorable.
:Today we received a nice message from his owner.
From: Georges R.
Sent: Saturday, November 5, 2016 8:02 AM
To: Nicole MacDuff <email@example.com>
Subject: MARCELO bulldog puppy at Manoir Kanisha
Good morning Nicole
Thank you very much for the photos and follow up email .
I thank you again for the tips and suggestions you offered me when I picked up Marcelo this past Monday as well .
I believe Marcelo’s stay was very positive and have noticed an improvement in his willing to walk farther distances .. definitely, his few days with you at Manoir Kanisha were positive.
Today, I will see Robert who is the trainer I’ve been using. I will speak to him about you and your interest. I will come back to you about this point .
Lastly , please rest assured you will see us again. I had a very good impression of you and your facilities.
Thank you and have a nice weekend,
With best regards, Georges
Georges & MARCELO
More information about the Bulldog breed:
“The Bulldog Club of America writes: The Bulldog was originally thought to be a butcher’s dog, used to subdue an animal for slaughter. It was then bred to participate in the “sport” of bull baiting, an extremely cruel activity. The original Bulldog had to be courageous, very ferocious and savage. It also had to be almost insensitive to pain. Many of the features in the current bulldog standard are derived from the physical requirements needed by these early dogs.
When bull baiting was outlawed in England in 1835, the Bulldog, as it then existed, had outlived its purpose and would no longer exist as a breed. However, a group of Bulldog lovers felt that the breed should not disappear and decided to preserve it. In order to preserve the breed, they had to remove its undesirable fierce characteristics, while preserving and accentuating its finer qualities. Within a few generations, the Bulldog became one of the finest physical specimens of dogdom without the viciousness they previously exhibited. The people who saved the breed formed an organization that eventually became The Bulldog Club, Inc. – the “mother” club of the breed worldwide.
The size for mature dogs is about 50 pounds; for mature bitches about 40 pounds.
A veterinarian who understands the breed and their unique characteristics can help you maintain the health of your dog and reduce the risk of potential complicating problems. For example, Bulldogs can have an adverse reaction to certain anesthetics. Your local Bulldog club will be able to provide you with a list of the veterinarians in the area that are used by their members.
To learn more about this special breed, read the very informative texts published by the:
Bulldog Club of America: http://www.bulldogclubofamerica.org/
Bulldog Club of Central Canada: http://www.bulldogclubofcentralcanada.net/breederReferralList.html