Olde English Bulldogge Breed Maintenance
The Olde English Bulldogge is generally a low-maintenance breed. It is only a moderate shedder and takes only a weekly brushing (or more during shedding season) with a rubber brush or slicker brush to keep the coat healthy and clean. They do tend to drool and slobber, which may take an occasional wiping to prevent from becoming excessive. Any folds in the skin should be kept clean and dry. Tooth care should happen on a regular basis and nails should be monitored like any other and trimmed to prevent cracking and breaking.
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