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    Wow, that's crazy... but in a good way. Hopefully I'll be able to become that calm one day.

    I'll have to see what my in-laws think about Rusty teaching Chubbs. My MIL is nervous to be around him now, after what he's done to me and Rusty. It'll be difficult to change her mind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by binxrexchubbs View Post
    Wow, that's crazy... but in a good way. Hopefully I'll be able to become that calm one day.

    I'll have to see what my in-laws think about Rusty teaching Chubbs. My MIL is nervous to be around him now, after what he's done to me and Rusty. It'll be difficult to change her mind.
    I hope things work out, but I'm not sure Chunbs was trying to be super alpha with Rusty from what I read, although I wasn't there so I can't know for sure, but Chubbs is still a puppy. Even now my Ruckus can be too much for some chill dogs. He just wants to play play play and it isn't an aggressive move he just doesn't understand why the other dog also doesn't want to at play play.

    How much exercise does Chubbs get daily? A tired bulldog is a happy bulldog. Some need more stimulation and play than others. They're known to be a chill, lazy breed, but not always.

    Chubbs is quite the cutie. He's sitting on your couch like, uh dis my spot yes?

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    Thanks. Chubbs is definitely a puppy who likes to play! I will admit, he could get more exercise however with the negative temperatures and wild wind we're having... it's too dangerous for us to be outside for very long. Unless my downstairs neighbors aren't home or even myself, Chubbs can't run after balls, etc.

    Yup, he definitely is a cutie and seems to like that spot but I don't want him on the couch just yet. I want him to learn that he needs to be welcomed onto the couch. Hope that makes sense.

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