After you’ve gotten your Dogue de Bordeaux, the next thing you’ll probably have to ask is what you’re supposed to do with it. Needless to say, taking care of a dog (especially one as endearing and yet large as the Dogue de Bordeaux) is something that requires a lot of paying attention. The same way that when you build a website, you need to be able to know how to handle it (so you don’t scare away your website visitors, right).
A Few Care and Handling Tips for Your New Dogue de Bordeaux
Yes, you read that right: exercise for your dogue de bordeaux must be done on a daily basis. Daily activity also really helps dogue de bordeauxs avoid boredom, which has the potential to lead to destructive behavior. Exercise can quench most of your dogue de bordeaux’s desires to dig, chase, herd, chew and retrieve. Activity needs will vary based on your dogue de bordeaux’s age and his or her level of health. If your dogue de bordeaux is a six to eighteen month adolescent, her requirements will probably be a little higher.
You can help keep your dogue de bordeaux clean and reduce shedding with frequent brushing. Check for ticks and fleas daily during the summer or other warm weather. Most dogue de bordeauxs don’t need to be bathed more than a few times a year. Before bathing, cut out or comb all mats from the dogue de bordeaux’s coat. Rinse all soap out of the coat, or the dirt will stick to soap residue.
Making Your Dog Undergo a Hondenras Test
There are many kinds of tests that your dog can go through. There are tests that are bent on identifying the skills and talents that your dog is good in. There are also those tests that are intended to find out what breed your dog belongs to, or better yet, your dog’s ancestry – the honderas test is one of the most sought after test.
Whatever the case may be, be sure that you, as an owner, must always be there for your dog. Dogs need assurance of your presence in a lot of things, but this is especially true whenever they go through such tests. The promise of your support will be more than enough for your dog to go through it well.
Handling Your Dogue de Bordeaux
Puppies, as opposed to adults, are obviously easier to manage. To carry the dogue de bordeaux puppy, take 1 hand and put it under your dog’s chest, with either your forearm or your other hand supporting his or her back legs and rump. Don’t ever try to grab or lift your puppy by her forelegs, back of the neck or tail. When you need to pick up a bigger, adult dogue de bordeaux, lift from underneath, holding his chest with 1 arm and rump with your other.