The fur of the Bull terrier generally does not require special care. Every year when it changes its hair, it can be combed with a brush or gloves to help it get rid of dead hair, which can also stimulate fat secretion and make the hair shinier. The nails of Bullhead Terriers should be trimmed or filed regularly. If you often walk on hard roads, its nails may soon appear natural wear and tear, so it doesn't need to be trimmed for so long. Instead, it should be pruned regularly. For example, if you make the sound of your nails rubbing the ground while walking early, you should cut your nails. It is best to use special scissors with a round mouth, and be careful not to cut behind the bloodline when cutting. When the light is good, take his hands and feet and take a closer look. You can see a clear dividing line in the nail. The front is the excess stratum corneum, and the back is the end of blood vessels and nerves. This boundary is the bloodline. Carefully cut the bloodline, you need to use a hemostatic agent to stop the bleeding.
The bull's head terrier has a strong jaw that can tear and swallow the hardest bones. But experts do not recommend feeding him bones, because bone fragments may block his digestive system. If you have to give him something to grind his teeth, you can give him Naila bone (a kind of artificially made dental bone). The large Naila bone is very resistant to biting, but it is small enough to be bitten and ground. The stem should be replaced in time before it can be swallowed. It must be noted that you should never feed the Bull Terrier rawhide as a dog chew! The Bull Terrier usually devours food. He will tear off large pieces of dog chew and swallow it. These dog chews may stick to his throat and swell quickly, causing serious consequences.
Feeding your bull terrier depends on its activity level, age and metabolism, and the recommended food range is larger than most. A bull terrier needs 1.5 to 4.25 cups of food per day, divided into two meals. If you are not sure how much food your bull terrier should be fed, consult your veterinarian. You should always monitor your dog's weight and reaction to food. In addition, you should not give a bull terrier rawhide toy as it can cause fatal jams.
Breeding a healthy Niutou Terrier requires scientific management methods. The growth of Niutou Terrier requires rich nutrients. When we prepare food, we must pay attention to a reasonable combination to avoid malnutrition or overnutrition. Feeding Nanchang There are many ways to consider the bull terrier. We need to take care of it seriously. Although the bull terrier is in good health, we also need to take care of it regularly in our daily life, so as to ensure that the bull terrier will not be attacked by bacteria. For the healthy growth of the Bull Terrier, we must take care of it scientifically.
To feed the Bull Terrier puppies that have just arrived home, you must first understand its previous eating habits. There should be a process to change eating habits, and it should be done step by step, and the habit of feeding on time should be developed from an early age. Puppies will usually wipe out the food in a blink of an eye like a vacuum cleaner. Otherwise, they should cause concern. Either he is sick (of course, will show some other symptoms), or he is starting to "train the owner." Because the Bull Terrier is too energetic, he needs more exercise than a normal pet dog. It is more appropriate to go out twice a day for a 30-minute walk and some games, and it is best to let them play regularly. However, there are a few Bull Terriers who are shy by nature and do not want to go out. In this case, you don't have to deliberately force it. Just spend more time at home with him. This dog has a very short airway, and can cause hypoxia due to shortness of breath during strenuous exercise. Therefore, it is not advisable to exercise too vigorously, it is best to take it out for a walk in the morning and evening. When going out, wear a collar for it to contain it and prevent it from running or doing strenuous exercise.
There are many wrinkles on the head and neck of the Bull Terrier, which can easily contain dirt and bacteria. Therefore, special attention should be paid to cleaning and hygiene when raising this dog. Usually wash once every other month, it is hot in summer, wash every 2-3 days. Pay special attention to washing the folds to prevent skin diseases or scabies. When taking a bath, be sure to rinse off all the bath liquid with clean water, because the remaining bath liquid may cause skin allergies. In particular, it should be noted that you should never use human soap, soap, or body soap to bathe Bull Head Terrier. These products are too strong for the delicate skin of Bull Head Terrier and will decompose the waterproof oil in the skin protective layer. After each wash, use a soft-bristle brush to brush its hairs and use a hair dryer to dry it. In spring and autumn days with low air pressure and high air humidity, its wrinkled skin is prone to inflammation and mold growth. Move it to a ventilated and dry environment. Sweaty in the hot summer, and wipe it with a wet towel every afternoon, especially to wipe off the dirt in the wrinkles.
You should be familiar with your bull terrier's daily and weekly beauty practices established at an early stage to allow him time to adjust appropriately. Bull Terrier is a wild breed that requires a lot of exercise. The breed works well in apartments and urban areas if there is a chance to burn off excess stored energy. When it comes to weather, this breed prefers warmth and is not hardy.