Mountain Bulldog Breed Maintenance
The Mountain Bulldog is a high shedding, high drooling breed and is considered a high maintenance dog. These hybrids will require weekly brushing in order to remove trapped dirt from fur. The Mountain Bulldog should only be washed when required; some owners may choose to use dry shampoo or a pet spray should their dog develop a doggy odor. As with all dogs, special attention needs to be given to the ears and teeth. Dental hygiene should be maintained in order to prevent tartar buildup, gum disease, and tooth decay. Teeth should be brushed weekly or as often as possible. Additionally, ears should be cleaned and checked for signs of excessive dirt or wax buildup. An excessive amount of wax or debris can lead to yeast infections and inflammation of the ear canal. The nails of the Mountain Bulldog should be clipped on a bi-weekly to monthly basis.