Frenchie loves all kinds of food and it doesn’t take a lot of time to train them to eat. They use their pleading eyes and a cute face to get more and more treats out of people. The owners need to keep in mind that all variety of food is not safe for a French bulldog and one needs to make sure that their pet stays well within the diet. They need to maintain their weight otherwise they are very prone to certain breathing issues.
The American Kennel Club has reported that the diet of any dog should be clearly and strictly monitored and they should never be allowed to get overweight. In the case of Frenchies, if they get fat it puts extra pressure on their entire body especially the respiratory system. A Frenchie dog needs different kinds of food at different ages. During the growth period, a Frenchie dog is supposed to have a completely balanced diet specifically catering to his personal needs.
A small puppy needs a very different nutritional plan than the larger puppies because they need proper nutrition to grow and need a different number of calories. These puppies need benefit by eating puppy food which is designed for the breed. The change in the shape of Kibble which is the chewing food, helps the puppies to grasp the food more quickly and chew them properly. If the puppy has a problem, to moisten the food one can make it wet or add some broth to make it easier for the puppy to chew. The puppy needs a small meal every few hours to sustain its growth. The nutritional plan needs to be checked by the vet frequently and aim for at least three to four servings of a meal.
By the time the puppy is twelve months old, the French bulldog goes under transitioning and requires wholesome food with a balanced diet. An experienced breeder has mentioned a few foods that should be avoided to prevent the dog from having allergies. The common examples of things that pose allergic problems are wheat (gluten), soy, dairy, corn, and other dairy products. The most dangerous food items for a French bulldog are fruits like Avocado, caffeine, citrus fruits, and alcohol and tobacco, and also nuts especially like walnuts, garlic, and chilies. Even after taking all these precautions, one should keep the number of their vet near to them so that they can contact them in case of any emergency.