Bully-Tzu Breed Maintenance
The Bully-Tzu will likely have longer hair than his parent breed the Bulldog and it may be silky , so the Bully-Tzu will have fairly high demands when it comes to grooming. He may shed frequently; he will require daily brushing with a soft bristle brush. The Bully-Tzu is not recommended for people with allergies due to the potentially high amount of shedding. Bathe only when necessary. His ears will need weekly cleaning with a dog cleaning solution and a cotton ball. Make sure they are fully dried though, as yeast and bacteria can build up, causing redness and maybe even infection. You should brush your Bully-Tzu’s teeth at least three times a week; breeds with small, crowded teeth are prone to decay and periodontal disease.