Quality Food for Your Bulldog
The key to having a healthy Bulldog is providing a good diet. A well-rounded diet consists of
vitamins, minerals, protein, carbohydrates, and fat.
You can find quality food for your Bulldog in just about any form. Dry, canned, and homemade foods all have the
potential of being high in quality.
There are ways to satisfy your Bulldogs’ hearty appetite with healthy foods and snacks.
Choosing a healthy food for your Bulldog is challenging, but not impossible. There are 3 basic things to
remember when choosing or making quality dog food.
1. The ingredients should not be mainly composed of corn, soybean, and other grains. The Bulldog breed is
prone to developing dog food allergies, and these ingredients
will increase their food sensitivity.
2. The dog food should be appropriate for your Bulldogs’ activity level. Most Bulldogs’ are only slightly
active, and do not require a high calorie diet. Feeding your dog the appropriate food will prevent your dog from
3. Be aware of the foods that are harmful for your dog. Hazardous foods for dogs include; chocolate, onion,
garlic, macadamia nuts, avocados, and seeds. If you are unsure about the foods you can feed, you can always search
online or ask your veterinarian.
There are other tips you can use to successfully provide quality food for your Bulldog.
Find Dog Food Reviews
If you have a specific food in mind, you can further investigate the foods’ reputation by asking friends and
reading reviews. It is really easy to find dog food reviews online. Simply type in the dog food brand and review
Take your time to read reviews from several different sources so you can decide if the food is reputable or not.
Another great way to find information on quality dog food is to ask friends, neighbors, and family who own a
Bulldog. People are usually willing to share what type of experiences they’ve had with different dog foods.
Avoid Table Scraps
Not all table food is unhealthy, but feeding your dog table food can become a bad habit. Human food can often
times contain a high calorie count. Dogs do not have the same nutritional needs as humans. Feeding table scraps can
also increase the risk of your Bulldog becoming obese.
Once you start feeding table food, it will be hard to say no. An alternative to feeding your dog table food is
to give him healthy dog snacks. Non-fat cottage cheese, non-fat yogurt,
apple (without seeds), and peanut butter are all snacks that your Bulldog can enjoy.
There are other general things to remember when feeding your Bulldog. Do not use plastic bowls; they can be
irritating to your Bulldogs’ skin and cause their face to become inflamed. Stainless steel bowls are more
hypoallergenic, and last longer.
Choose a quality food for your Bulldog starting at puppyhood. Make sure that adult dog food is also available in
the same brand. This is to avoid health issues from switching food such as; diarrhea, vomiting, and bloat. Royal
Canin and Eagle Pack both have dog food that was specifically designed for Bulldogs.
Solid Gold and California Natural are also quality dog foods. A healthy diet for your Bulldog can be home made,
dry, or canned. Your only job is to do the research to find out whether the food is of quality or not.