Breeding English Bulldogs
Join Ellie in the peanut butter fun and grab some JIF off amazon here:
Whenever I finish a jar of peanut butter I let Ellie take care of the rest. Like many dogs out there and I imagine every english bulldog, she will kill for the stuff and this is a huge treat for her.
Ellie is an Olde English Bulldogge, her birthday is February 2010. She is a rescue dog and had a terrible beginning start of a life. Her first year she was mostly confined to a kennel and didn't go for her first walk on a leash until she was past her first birthday! We have worked through chewing, potty training, and are currently working on a new problem of dog aggression. She is incredibly, sweet, and caring to humans and loves kids! Her favorite activities include biting toes to get attention, sleeping, eating, going for short walks, playing tug of war, or wrestling on the bed.
In July of 2014 she developed Pyrometra or Pyrometrea a common infection in unfixed female dogs of all breeds. She was rushed into emergency surgery and had her entire uterus removed (her incision/scar is 3/4 of her entire body length). It was a terrifying experience but we are happy to report she is happy and healthier than ever. If you haven’t fixed your female dog yet I strongly encourage you to research the dangers and cost of Pyrometra, I regret not knowing about it a lot.
Peanut butter is an excellent source of protein for dogs. It’s also a favorite treat of most pooches. It also contains heart healthy fats, vitamin B, niacin, and Vitamin E. Stuffing peanut butter into a Kong (buy one on Amazon here: ) is a great way to entertain your dog for hours. For the healthiest choice for your canine choose raw, unsalted peanut butter to give your dog the best health benefits of this delicious treat.
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