FunnyFlatFaces.com's Selection of Bulldog Books
We have selected the following bulldog books for you.
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A New Owner's Guide to Bulldogs
by Hank and Carol
A very informative book for new and more experienced bulldog owners alike. The authors address most of the issues or questions that may arise when owning a bulldog. The first half of the book is breed-specific and cover the history and origin, characteristics, breed standard and care of the bulldog. The second half includes chapters about training, behavior, health care and traveling with your dog that are more general in scope.
This very comprehensive book contains chapters about the early history, recent history, choosing a buldog, adult maintenance, breed standard, show ring, etc. Even the Puppy Care, Breeding and Health chapters have really been written with the bulldog in mind. A must for all bulldog enthusiasts.
Pet Owner's Guide to the Bulldog
One of our favorite bulldog books, especially for the first-time bulldog owner. Don't let the tiny format fool you: this little breed-specific book does contain a wealth of information based on the first-hand experience of a renowned breeder.
A whole chapter is dedicated to tips on how to choose your first bulldog, including the questions to consider before buying a puppy, locating puppies, picking a puppy (color, male or female ?) or an older dog, and also the preparations to be made and which equipment to buy once the decision has been taken.
Other chapters cover origins and development, breed characteristics, training, breeding (including genetics and breed-specific problems), health issues (both general and breed specific).
A good dog book for first time dog owners.It contains useful chapters on everyday care, housebreaking and training, showing, the senior bulldog, health care, etc. These chapters are not breed-specific, though, so for the prospective bulldog owner who has already owned a dog previously, I would recommend Judith Daws' "Pet Owner's Guide to the Bulldog". Breed-specific chapters in this book include: History of the Bulldog (with lots of historical photos), the Breed Standard for the Bulldog and Characteristics of the Bulldog.