French bulldog puppies for sale in Perth.
French bulldog puppies for sale in Perth. if you are looking to get a new puppy you are at the right place, We strive to provide quality puppies for sale in Perth and are ready to either meet in person or ship right to your front door.
Getting a French Bulldog Puppy
There’s nothing more exciting than bringing home a new puppy! What is supposed to be an exhilarating, action-packed day can quickly go south if you haven’t made the necessary preparations.
The first few days at their new home are the most stressful and it’s essential that you make the process as stress-free as possible while they acclimate to their new environment.
Your new puppy will require much more attention than an adult dog would! Your puppy is still a baby at this point, and it’s important that you keep them supervised 24/7.
Before they arrive
As I said before, a little bit of preparation goes a long ways. You’ll want to stock up on the essentials so you can spend less time running back and forth to the pet store and more time with your puppy.
Work with your family and devise a set of rules for your Frenchie that you all can agree on. Consistency is one of the important factors when it comes to training a dog, so make sure your entire family is on the same page with training and discipline. You want your expectations for your Frenchie to be clear and consise.
What you’ll want to have
We recommend a 6-foot leash that is ½ to ¾ inch wide.
I personally use this Halti leash, which is great as it has shock absorbing technology. I’ve heard too many horror stories of other Frenchies developing serious problems with their spine, neck, and trachea. My Frenchie especially loves pulling on the leash when we’re on a walk or gets excited.
we also offers a great, choke-free harness that reduces the strain other harnesses can have on your Frenchie’s neck and spine.
2. A collar and identification tag
If your puppy has yet to be microchipped, you’ll want an identification tag with the following:
- Puppy’s name
- Your contact information
- Veterinarian contact info
3. Toys (a lot of chew toys)
French Bulldogs have surprisingly powerful jaws and will go through toys like nothing.
Always look for rugged, durable toys for your Frenchie!
4. Food and Water Bowls
Ask your breeder what they’ve been feeding your puppy. If you don’t have this information, our food guide can help you choose the best food for your puppy.
A sudden change in diet can cause gastrointestinal issues, so at least try to stick with the same meat, and not switch from salmon to beef for example.
6. Training Treats
You’ll want to start training immediately using a high-quality, low calorie treat
7. A comfy bed!
After an exhausting day, there’s nothing your Frenchie will appreciate more than a comfy bed.
8. Puppy gates to block off sections of your house
9. Stain remover
When it comes to puppies — mistakes happen.
Don’t be unprepared for a messy, stinky accident. Be sure to stock up on stain removers so your carpets and furniture don’t get ruined.
10. Dog shampoo and other grooming supplies
You’ll need everything on this list at some point in time so it doesn’t hurt to have them on hand when you need them most.
Secure your home (Puppy-Proofing)
Puppies are notorious for chewing everything around the house bar none. Whatever they find left on the ground is fair play in their eyes.
You’ll want to puppy-proof every inch of your house. We don’t want anything that could make your new Frenchie sick!