Hello. I was wondering if Any one else has to deal with a situation were the sweetest people loving dog totally freaks out with aggression towards other dogs? Our Olde English Bulldog is 4 years old. He went through obedience training but it was done in private lessons — beginner and intermediate!  I think private lessons where we made a mistake. I have had two rotor cuff surgeries and cannot walk him anymore by myself as he pulls badly and acts crazy. We walks along great until he sees another dog and then goes stupid.  Any suggestions? Please!

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March 7, 2017 tringer

My English Bulldog accidently ate regular dog food. Wil he be OK ?

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March 5, 2017

My dog has a stinky smell. Even after I give her a bath,she still smells. How can I fix this

 

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February 23, 2017 Becky Amirh

we adopted a male 2 year old Olde English  bulldog in December.  He’s a sweet dog, but loves to jump on people & plays very rough. He will often nip us. He is also very aggressive with our son-in-law. He also steals everything (shoes, phones, toys). However, he is very gentle around our 2 year old grandson.

Any thoughts on how to control the jumping & nipping?  He is 81 lbs of energy!

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February 21, 2017 carlogirls
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Potty training & biting

I recently adopted a bulldog puppy, she’s almost 14 weeks. The only problems I have are that she messes in her crate but will bark to get out how do I remedy this? her crate is big enough for her to stand up turn around and lye down. I started only giving her treats outside with lots of praise for going out. She will jump, bark or bite to let me know she wants out. I can’t break her from the biting even with playing and affection which leads me to put her in timeout for 10 minutes. She also won’t walk down steps and is very adamant about not walking on the leash! She’s already 19 pounds and gets quite heavy to carry up and down stairs. Any suggestions?

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December 30, 2016 ksg1031

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Hi! My husband and I recently brought home our 14 week old English bully. He’s the best, so lovable. We are in the middle of potty training and wanted to see if anyone had recommendations. We have training pads down in two spots that seem to be his favorite for bathroom breaks. I am also taking him outside for walks when he wakes up from a nap and about 1 – 1.5 hours after eating (that’s usually when he has to go #2). There are times that I can’t always take him out, such as if I’m in the shower or the middle of a work call, but most of the time in those instances I’ll find that he went on the pad.  I reward him when he goes on the pad and when he goes outside. Is there anything else I should be doing? Or could be doing better?

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November 30, 2016 cbarcenes113

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My 9 month old english bulldog will not eat dry food. I have tried several different brands, all expensive too ! Yes ive added warm water and let it soak,and ive added chicken to entice her. She’ll eat the chicken but not the dry food. She loves Royal Caine and that is all she will eat. Its for puppies only up to 22 lbs. She weights 50 lbs. What should I do???????

Lucy Lui

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November 28, 2016 Lucy Lui

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in search of a good non spill dog feeding bowl. Any ideas?

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November 17, 2016 kathylane1959

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Please help my 14 month old bully used to be ok going in the car now she is terrified.She pants so hard she dribbles everywhere and the shaking is beyond controllable. We have tried ignoring this behaviour and have also tried lots of cuddles and love but nothing is working.please help me with a solution as we are travelling australia and need her to be ok in the car

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November 7, 2016 mandie

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I have a 3 year old English Bulldog, who we have have since he was 10 weeks old.  In the past 9 mo this he has started to attach and bite my 16 year old sons crotch!  This is a random act and unpredictable.  I also have 2 daughters, age 13 and 7,  that he would never be aggressive with.  My son tries to get away but the dog is fast and aggressive.  I usually have to physically lay on the dog to get him to stop so that my son can get away.  This does not seem to be stopping and I am at the end of the line, please help with some advise or the dog will have to go.  It will break my 7 year olds heart!

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