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    Quote Originally Posted by Texas Carol View Post
    I'm in tears...please...if he acts out again and bf decides to put him down,
    please...surrender him to a rescue, asap.

    He deserves to live.
    Don't be sad my bf realizes that he deserves to live too... We are going to get him a crate so he feels safe & for time outs if need be, also a missile so we feel safer when we walk him.. Also will socialize him more when we have him muzzled and hopefully make him a happier dog.. He is definitely resource guarder when he has toys and such.. We know though that he is all growl and no bite( with Us anyways)

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    So Glad you are not going to put these Precious Soul down, no dog deserves to have this done. Please continue to work with Chuck, do not let your BF say, he needs to be put down, Please do not let this happen to your Bulldog. There is always ways that can be worked out. My Elmo is aggressive toward our other dogs, I would never consider putting My Elmo Down. We are just keeping our other dogs away from him.

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    I am so glad that your bf got his head out of his rear and you guys are going to work with your bully! Nothing compares to the love of an EB

    Love is being owned by an english bulldog

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    My Ftse is a biter and not once have I ever thought of putting him down, that just is not on if your child bites do you put them down or teach them

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    Quote Originally Posted by blitz View Post
    Don't be sad my bf realizes that he deserves to live too... We are going to get him a crate so he feels safe & for time outs if need be, also a missile so we feel safer when we walk him.. Also will socialize him more when we have him muzzled and hopefully make him a happier dog.. He is definitely resource guarder when he has toys and such.. We know though that he is all growl and no bite( with Us anyways)
    I think alot of bulldog are guarders over their toys. Tyson is - we won't dare go near anything he has bc he will growl. We just learned that if its time to pick up something, we just distract him, and pick it up. If you are going to have him leashed when he's out, he doesnt need a muzzle - just get a good harness. If you do get get one, make sure he is able to breath properly with it on. I would just keep him on a short leash very close to you as you train him. Keep treats in your pocket for rewarding good behavior. Try a spray bottle with water if he acts out. Quick spray to the SIDE of his face. (not the front) - to the side. The most important thing I can stress to you is that you BOTH must have PATIENCE with him. He is learning. Just like a child would. He is going to test you, he is going to try and get his way. You're job is to correct him, and teach him good ways. Stern "NO BITE" over & over. Also when he does good "Good Boy" - I promise you that once its repetitive, he will learn. He will learn that a treat comes out of being good. It may take months, but keep up - the reward in the end is bigger than anything. He needs to be loved. He depends on you both for his well being. Keep in touch with us here, we can all help you along the way. We can give you tips that have worked for us. You can vent on the tough days. We're all rooting for sweet Chuck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by blitz View Post
    Don't be sad my bf realizes that he deserves to live too... We are going to get him a crate so he feels safe & for time outs if need be, also a missile so we feel safer when we walk him.. Also will socialize him more when we have him muzzled and hopefully make him a happier dog.. He is definitely resource guarder when he has toys and such.. We know though that he is all growl and no bite( with Us anyways)
    Everything in this thread leads me to think you need a trainer to come in the home and help guide you on how to properly address his issues. if not done right, you can make it worse. Start by using 'nothing in life is free' and get a trainer -- it will make the training look easy and work better for you all

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    He sees the trainer on Thursday.. I think he's a resource guarder.. Even down to his leash.. We are definitely going back to the basics.. I think he will be ok... Btw view him on my profile..��

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    Quote Originally Posted by blitz View Post
    He sees the trainer on Thursday.. I think he's a resource guarder.. Even down to his leash.. We are definitely going back to the basics.. I think he will be ok... Btw view him on my profile..😍
    AWESOME! keep us posted and make sure the trainer comes to your home at some point too... it is a big difference something with how they are at home than somewhere else. BEST OF LUCK!!
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    He definitely growls but won't bite us when he has something we want.. We do take it away from him, despite the fight. Just so he knows it's ours not his and he gets it back after sit/stay.. He does get treats for good behaviour and knows where he has to sit when leaving building because he knows he gets treat..
    We were thinking of muzzle because we don't know how he will be with other dogs and don't want an accident when we try to socialize him.. Also we are worried if we take him to leashed parks and ppl see his cuteness they may try and pet and he could bite out of playful/ excitement.. We don't want to get sued/ euthanize him cuz of his " love bites"
    I bet his muzzle will be a fight alone to put on

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    Quote Originally Posted by blitz View Post
    He definitely growls but won't bite us when he has something we want.. We do take it away from him, despite the fight. Just so he knows it's ours not his and he gets it back after sit/stay.. He does get treats for good behaviour and knows where he has to sit when leaving building because he knows he gets treat..
    We were thinking of muzzle because we don't know how he will be with other dogs and don't want an accident when we try to socialize him.. Also we are worried if we take him to leashed parks and ppl see his cuteness they may try and pet and he could bite out of playful/ excitement.. We don't want to get sued/ euthanize him cuz of his " love bites"
    I bet his muzzle will be a fight alone to put on
    I would say - work on his training in your own home first. Socializing is great with friends & family but I wouldn't go all out to the dog parks just yet. With your family & friends always keep him leash so you can quickly correct, then slowly introduce to dog parks, etc. BEST of luck to you! I'm excited to see how he does.

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    We aren't going to dog park.. Just regular park where he will walk past people and fur babies. He seems to do well on leash and generally ignores people.. Going to be hard to get him with friends and family seeing as he bites the family... I've a friend with an older bulldog and a African razorback, so hoping they will be able to meet and be friends.. The dogs are very well behaved.. He came from a home with another bulldog, so we know he likes dogs.. Just don't know if we can trust him with small dogs in the family, who aren't trained to well and can be snappy.. One bite from him and pups will be hurt bad so we don't want to risk with little dogs

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