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    Default Re: New Bullpei, is her behaviour normal?

    She is BEAUTIFUL!! - and i LOVE her Couch and Pillows!!


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    She's beautiful!


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    Default Re: New Bullpei, is her behaviour normal?

    I am no expert on the breed as I am a new bully owner but when it come to the crate my Daisy loves hers, she goes to it for time out when the kids are annoying her and also just to be lazy she also sleeps in it at night in the kitchen with the door open but I also think that if jetty isn't used to a crate she might not use it. All the best with her and I can't wait to her all about her progress, she is 1 wrinkly looking girl lol

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    Hetty is stunning! all you mention seems to be because of two reasons... she needs to settle in and get comfortable and she may not have been socialized as a puppy. Along with that, bulldogs tend to be lazy and skittish around new things.... give her about a month to get comfortable and then she will be owning the house in no time. As for the stairs... try treats, see if that entices her
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    Update on Hetty - thanks for all the messages and great advice. Hetty is finally coming out of her shell which is great! She still spends plenty of time on the couch but I'm just taking this as normal behaviour now. Stairs are no longer a problem however the kitchen still seems like an area she'll avoid; I've pinned this down to strange kitchen monsters 'washing machine' I'm glad people find her as beautiful as me wasn't sure how cross breeds would be viewed on here.


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    I'm glad people find her as beautiful as me wasn't sure how cross breeds would be viewed on here.
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    Hetty is such a beautiful girl! I am glad to hear that she is coming out of her shell and getting used to her surroundings. How old is she?
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    Default Re: New Bullpei, is her behaviour normal?

    Quote Originally Posted by Mike01046 View Post
    Update on Hetty - thanks for all the messages and great advice. Hetty is finally coming out of her shell which is great! She still spends plenty of time on the couch but I'm just taking this as normal behaviour now. Stairs are no longer a problem however the kitchen still seems like an area she'll avoid; I've pinned this down to strange kitchen monsters 'washing machine' I'm glad people find her as beautiful as me wasn't sure how cross breeds would be viewed on here.


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    That is wonderful Mike, its amazing to watch them gain trust & love for you. Keep us posted on her progress, and throw us some pics too from time to time, lol. Hugs to you sweet Hetty girl.

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    Default Re: New Bullpei, is her behaviour normal?

    the short answer to this is that it can take several months, even a year for a rescue dog to truly settle in. Depending on the situation/trauma they experience before they came to you. thank you so much for taking in a rescue. your biggest asset will be patience! Let her come around on her own time.

    edit: oops, i replied before the update! thank you, great to hear!


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    Thanks everyone, she's just turned 2 in January so hopefully has time to get over her past.


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    Default Re: New Bullpei, is her behaviour normal?

    Hetty is a Beauty. Do you know anything about her past? I am sure she will be just fine when she gets use to everything.

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