First 2-3 days at home please feed the same food that I fed your puppy. To many changes are not good at this age. After that slowly mix in new food into food I fed: You've got some food from me, first 2-3 days give only this food, on a 4th day mix 2/3 of this food with 1/3 of the new food you will be using, on the 5th day mix 1/2 and 1/2, and finally on the 6th day, use 1/3 of my food and 2/3 of your new food, by the next day you can use 100% of your food. This will protect your puppy from digestive stress and possible diarrhea from changed diet. Your 8-10 weeks old puppy should be eating three meals per day for We are small, hobby French Bulldog Breeder, our Frenchies are loving and loyal, but also perky, affectionate, playful, and very funny; French Bulldogs are not too delicate for fun and games even with small children. French Bulldogs are good watchdogs yet not yappers (they don't carry on). They have low bark tone that sounds like a much larger dog. Training your little French Bulldog is easy, they are intelligent and quickly learn new concepts. I love training French Bulldogs with a "clicker", positive reinforcement and tasty food treats - French Bulldogs love to eat and are food motivated. French Bulldogs are the ultimate lap dogs for people who like large dog personality in a small package with unprecedented tolerance and loyalty towards humans.the first week in your home, after that, once the initial stress is over you can switch to twice a day. Feed puppy good quality premium dry food 28-32% Protein and 16-21% Fat balanced for all life stages. We recommend minimum, or no supplementation during first 6 months only good quality dry food and fresh water changed daily. We wean puppies on Royal Canin, Mini, Puppy or Eukanuba Small Breed Puppy. Feed twice a day dry and provide plenty of fresh water. Feed your Frenchie about 20% less food then it is recommended by manufacturer on the bag (food companies exaggerate amount of food to be fed). Keep dogs at ideal weight. Changing food every 6 months or so may diminish food deficiencies that are found in every brand and formula of dog food on the market. It is very difficult for me to recommend particular dry food (in my opinion none are perfect). Maybe you can find online good food that you and your dog will be happy with. We’ve fed before those foods and they seemed to be O.K. for French Bulldogs puppiesAvoid- hot, sunny places without shade and water; short nose dogs can't tolerate heat well. At home, if you can’t provide air conditioned area maybe cool basement floor or a fan can provide some comfort for the dog on hot days. Never leave any dog in the car unattended, car can reach 120F in few minutes on a sunny day. Cracked open window in the car will not be enough for any Bulldog in the Summer heat. Giving dog ice cubes, wetting dogs head helps keep them cooler on hot Summer days. In case of serious overheating rubbing alcohol applied to arm pits and groin area may help to save them. When trying to save them don't dump a bucket of icy cold water on them, this will put them into the shock. Luke warm water works better.Nails When it comes to care for nails, if a dog has daily access to some concreted area ( during a walk or in an outside run) it will usually file its own nails just by walking and playing, if not they will need to be trimmed, be careful not to cut a quick (small vein inside the nail). Electric nail grinders are helpful because if you grinded too short the fast grinding motion of the machine will seal the cut and dog will not bleed. If the dog is bleeding because you've cut it too short with clippers, apply corn starch or flour to the bleeding nail and then apply presure for about 5 minutes. Your Puppy has been vaccinated against Distemper and Parvovirus, we suggest same shot again at 12 weeks of age, then at 14 weeks shot of Parvovirus vaccine (we like product called NEOPAR it is very high titer vaccine covering many different strains of Parvovirus) and at 16 weeks of age single Distemper shot. It is said that all earlier vaccines maybe killed by mother’s immune system still active in the puppy until 14-16 weeks of age, hence, those given at 14 and 16 weeks of age vaccines are very important to give immunity to your puppy for the year to come. Parvovirus is very real and dangerous disease in puppies under 8 months of age. It is extremely contagious, very common (especially in the Spring). One single ounce of infected dog feces contains about 35 millions of parvo particles, dog needs only a thousand to get infected, so you see, it doesn’t take much for a puppy to get sick. So please vaccinate! Of course you also must vaccinate according to the Law for Rabies (we try to postpone this vaccine as long as we can- it has been linked to some autoimmune problems at older age). These are our suggestions but remember your Veterinarian will be your best advisor when it comes to vaccinating and your dog’s health.