Reuben the Bulldog: 10 Reasons to NOT have a Bulldog
Whether you want a Bulldog as a pet or are looking for an energetic and affectionate dog, you need to make sure you are compatible with one. Reuben the Bulldog is one example of a dog that may not be the best choice for your home. His name was Reuben and he squealed and made soft grunting noises. Although this breed does not typically bark, it often decides to jump up on the owner and give him a kiss on the cheek. Reuben the Bulldog: This bulldog needed a lot of love and attention. While his family enjoyed giving him a lot of attention, they needed a break every once in a while. When Reuben saw his human relaxing on the couch, he wanted to be right on top of him. Dad refused, and Reuben gave him a cheeky look. English Bulldog: Despite their size and temperament, English Bulldogs are not good swimmers. Their short legs and large head make it difficult to stay above water. They aren't as high-energy as American bulldogs, but they are affectionate, loving, and easy to train. Bulldogs are prone to skin irritation. It's not recommended that you bathe a Bulldog every day. It can lead to allergic reactions and hair loss. Some shampoos have elements that strip skin oil. Your pet's skin needs oil to maintain a healthy coat.