wow! thank you for all of your insight on this! Youre definitely right about noises and touches. She's getting better and is slowly becoming more loving towards us and is getting used to this new life. We just got her a crate and so far it has helped TREMENDOUSLY. She now goes outside and hasn't had an incident since crating her. She seems to be happier with herself as well, running back to us with a smile on her face after she goes potty outside.
Thank you all for your help! I think with all of your advice we are going to get through this with our Harley girl, she is already showing improvements!!
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Nitschke (2004-2011) and Banks (2005-2014) -- My angels
Thank you for all the love, fun and teachings
My whole heart, Tyson.
Whoever said diamonds are a girls best friend, obviously never owned a Bulldog.
Ok after reading all this I should go open all the cages at a puppy mill. BE FREEEE....RUNNNNNN
Sad but so true what you posted @oscarmayer. Reality kicks in when you read negligence on these damm puppy mills. Not sure myself anymore if I want another little Nyala. After the holidays I will see were I stand. Thinking more on resucing. A bunch of pitbulls will be in shelters in Montreal with that band on them. Should put that dumbass Mayor in a cage with wired bottom. Errrrrgggggggg
@Cassie D you check in with any questions. There's always a EBN member will answer your questions.
Wonderful update! Mine wasn't puppy mill- but very difficult to house train! There where many days i either woke up to or came home to a very poopy kennel and dog. Lots of tears shed, lots of talking to her while bathing her. Eventually the accidents became less frequent and then one day it just clicked!
It sounds like you and your girl are on the right path. Patience, and consistency! Great job!!
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