If you have a Francophile — or should I say French bulldog aficionado — in your life, check out a litter of gifts featuring this smooshy breed for the next feature in the I Can't Get Enough gifting series!
I always take note of things I spot with a smooshy up front, but I rarely purchase them (unless I'm in a gas station in Florida). Still, I'm happily surprised to find several items that I'd be proud to pick up or get as a present. Naturally, as my lil North is a Boston Terrier, this I Can't Get Enough gifting series will kick off with his breed. A lil something for everyone, hopefully my pals can take a hint (wink wink).
It's far from Spring training now, but one SF Giants pitcher brought his cute Frenchie on the practice field back in March. Could Cy be a lil good luck charm for the team that kicks off the World Series tonight in San Francisco? Watch Tim Lincecum's pup dash around and let's go team!
It looks like one creature from a version of Hide A Squirrel, which would come with one squirrel for each pug and the big Bulldog, too. Maybe that's why the other two don't give chase? Judge for yourself and see more pictures of the smooshies in the gallery below.
Bruce is my newest doggie crush! So cute and so, so smart! Don't believe me? Check him out in action — and inaction! — below.
In honor of a long weekend for me and my Boston Terrier, see two more videos starring this playful pup and read more
Introducing Coco Beckham! check out the red nails!! in love and light,vb xxxx
Yet another smooshy superstar; brush up on trivia on this breed and recall other celebrities who also call Bulldogs their own! Congrats to the Beckhams, and I'm betting the boys love her!
Source: Twitpic User vbfashionweek
Along with narrower nostrils and wind pipes, it can take a greater effort for them to breathe through the nose. Then, when eating, dogs with smushed faces tend to inhale (literally), not chew their food, and typically suck in quite a bit of air in the process, which makes them rather gassy on the other end, too.
Tyler is our much-loved, 11-year-old rescued Boston Terrier. Badly neglected by a breeder because of eye probs and because he was not up to breed standards, he was kept in a dark garage while it was "decided" what to do with him. He was rescued by the breeder's vet and turned over to Boston Terrier Rescue, from whom we adopted him. Boston Rescue renamed him Tyler, as the breeder had referred to him only by his eye condition. . .
We adopted Tyler when he was eight months old — frightened of men, terrified of the dark and completely untrained. Quick to learn, Tyler adapted beautifully to our active family and grew into a ball-obsessed, pool-obsessed, happy fellow! Tyler's eye probs continued, however; he almost died when he lost his first eye to a staph infection at about seven years old. Our struggle to save his remaining eye was making him even more sick and miserable than the sick eye itself, but putting him down just because he would be blind (contrary to vet advice) was not an option. We chose to remove his remaining eye was when he was nine years old.
Learn about this pup's resourceful play strategy and read more
PS: What's your daily pet routine?
juliex0x0: Wake up around 7am, quick walk outside, eat, sleep, play, sleep, eat, play, sleep, play, sleep, eat, play, sleep! Since he is still a baby he sleeps a LOT :)
Learn about his favorite stinky treat — plus peep more pics — when you read more