Christies Metal Clipper Holder £14.40
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Sambo from United KingdomOwner02 September 2012 15:53
Very handy to have fixed to the wall next to your grooming table so that you can grab your clippers quickly whenever you need them. Good place to keep clippers, away from the table to prevent any breakages when clippers may get knocked off of the table.
Anonymous from IrelandOwner16 March 2012 21:37
Will my American Bulldog regular Grooming?
Groom Professional Flat Slicker Brushes
What Shampoo should I use when bathing my American Bulldog?
American Bulldogs have sensitive skin and are often susceptible to allergies, washing with a gentle pH balanced non-allergenic shampoo will help keep the skin from getting itchy and prevent allergic reactions from occurring.
Recommended Shampoo – Groom Professional Hypo Allergenic Shampoo
Will my American Bulldog suffer from frequent ear infections?
Due to the warm, damp environment, as well as poor air circulation, The American bulldog's ear canal can be the perfect breeding ground for mites, yeast or bacterial infection. This is why, for certain breeds, home ear care is even more important. Some dogs may require routine applications of ear care products to keep their ears free of mites, yeast and bacterial infections.
Recommended to Prevent - Groom Professional Ear Wash
Recommended to Treat – Artero Aurigel
Is my American Bulldog likely to suffer from any other Health Problems?
Most large, well built dog breeds with large appetites are prone to the condition hip dysplasia. The ball of the femur does not fit in properly to the hip socket, causing pain,lameness and may sometimes cause deformity.
Not a lot is known about hipdysplasia, it seems diet plays a big role in whether an American bulldog developsit or not. American bulldogs normally have big appetites. This can lead toobesity and filling up on non-nutritious food. A dog needs a high qualityprotein and a low fat diet to help maintain weight and stay healthy.
A type of mange caused by the Demodex family of mites. Demodex mange is not contagious. Demodex mites live inside of individual hair follicles. Adult dogs tend to have immunity to demodex mites, over half of canines with demodex mange are puppies. But if an adult American bulldog has a chronic health problem, the condition may lower the dog's natural resistance to the mites.