Like any other dog, Bulldogs should be socialized from an early age – while they are young they should be exposed to a variety of people, sights, sounds, and experiences.
Good socialization will ensure your Bulldog grows up to be a well-rounded dog. Attending puppy school is a good place to start. Having regular visitors and taking the dog to a busy park, as well as taking walks where they meet lots of neighbors, also helps to mold the dog’s social skills.
#1 Like all breeds, bulldogs are prone to certain health issues.
Not all Bulldogs will get any or all of these diseases, however, when considering this breed it is important to be aware of them in order to be able to speak to the breeder and be prepared for any illnesses that may occur in your Bulldog's life.
#2 Buying from a responsible breeder will help ensure you get a very healthy bulldog.
Puppies from reputable breeders are vaccinated and dewormed before you bring them into your home.