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    Default Does your bully not do well when his routine gets mixed up?

    Chester is used to no one being home all day.. therefore - the king of the hill sleeps all day and when we get home he's a pistol until about 10pm. Well, on the weekends, or weeks like this one - where the kids have off of school.. by 6pm he care BARELY stay awake and he pushing his way onto the recliner by me and wanting to lay out, spread across my lap and sleep all evening
    It's a Bully thing <3

    When the bully was created, it licked the hand of God and God stroked its head, saying, "What do you want, baby bully?" It replied, "My Lord, I want to stay with you, in heaven, on a mat in front of the gate."

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    My boys are like that when they have grandkids here and they always come from the doggie hotel wiped out!

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    Jozi went to Doggy Day care for 3 days and it has taken her
    3 days to get back to normal. The daycare is great and 2 great
    women run it. But I was honestly about to go down there and
    ask what they had done to her. I think they are just a little more
    sensitive than most dogs. At least Jozi is.

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    Everyday's the same around here. So I guess I can't give an opinion on this one.

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    Default Re: Does your bully not do well when his routine gets mixed up?

    The weekends definately throw Vegas his normal morning routine goes from 7 a.m. to about 8:30 when I get up, but I hear him moving around still around 7, he eats a later breakfast, but still demands his dinner at 5:30 instead of a little later. He is awake more, but then again still goes in by himself to bed around 9:30.

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    Lucy is used to a varying routine in the day but meal times and nap times are kept routine.
    I work shifts with 2days off in 7...these are never the same days every wk.
    Mostly she goes to work with chris, but if i have days off in the week she stays home with me,
    Chris doesnt work wkend so she is home then with him and connor.
    Her morning routine is constant whatever her day brings, home or work, as is her evening routine.

    But if we go to her grannys for a visit in the evening that throws her totally

    Buldogs seem to be creatures of habit and like babies they will rebel if their routine is upset

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    Default Re: Does your bully not do well when his routine gets mixed up?

    Quote Originally Posted by LisaRN View Post
    Chester is used to no one being home all day.. therefore - the king of the hill sleeps all day and when we get home he's a pistol until about 10pm. Well, on the weekends, or weeks like this one - where the kids have off of school.. by 6pm he care BARELY stay awake and he pushing his way onto the recliner by me and wanting to lay out, spread across my lap and sleep all evening

    Oh totally! My last bulldog General liked to get his beauty rest during the day, especially as he got older. When we were home during the day or on the weekends, he'd act like we didn't have any right to be there disturbing HIS sleeptime!! And he'd hightail back to the bedroom and sleep all day, as though we weren't even there. LOL
    Shelly, owned by:
    Molly (English Bulldog), and Stretch (rescue Basset Hound/honorary bulldog)

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    Default Re: Does your bully not do well when his routine gets mixed up?

    Quote Originally Posted by LisaRN View Post
    Chester is used to no one being home all day.. therefore - the king of the hill sleeps all day and when we get home he's a pistol until about 10pm. Well, on the weekends, or weeks like this one - where the kids have off of school.. by 6pm he care BARELY stay awake and he pushing his way onto the recliner by me and wanting to lay out, spread across my lap and sleep all evening

    HOW FUNNY!! Maggie is exactly the same!!! It is very obvious that she spends her week days sleeping, although when it comes to the evenings bed time can never be TOO early. I think she just loves sleeping in general!!

    However, at weekends when there is somebody home 24/7 she feels obliged to follow one of us from room to room in case she misses out on something so by early evening she is exhausted!

    Now, Daddy is a different story altogether at the moment. I can't wait for this snow to go away so we can finally take him out for a good walk because he is just bouncing off the walls day and night! He is driving the other dogs crazy as well as me!!

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