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    Unfortunately bam bam is still attacking pebbles.

    We need to find her a home where she is the only dog. She is not aggressive to people My 8 yr old granddaughter plays with her and there is zero aggression


    We have 3 female dogs and she just does not like pebbles.

    She is very Loving and gentle with people, just does not like pebbles.

    Not aggressive toward other dogs.

    Born 10-15-18. 10 months old. Spayed, microchipped, dog door trained.


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    Iím so sad. Never thought I would be ďone of those people that gave up a dog ď




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    Default Re: Rehome a bulldog

    I'm sorry to that you have to give up Bam Bam. I'm a new bulldog owner, so I don't know of any corrective measures you can take. Maybe someone else here may have an idea. If you have to give her up, you could look into a bulldog rescue in your area. I found these two: You are being redirected... and dfwbulldogrescue.org.

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    @Andy T what exactly happens when it triggers? A stare? Who’s alpha? Like she’s only 10months old, this can be corrected. 10months don’t know what being alpha at 100%.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy T View Post
    Iím so sad. Never thought I would be ďone of those people that gave up a dog ď




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    So sorry it has come to this... we have many members in the Houston area, but to be sure she finds the best home possible you should work with a bulldog rescue... Houston era has some great ones and they will get her in the right balanced situation


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    Quote Originally Posted by helsonwheels View Post
    @Andy T what exactly happens when it triggers? A stare? Whoís alpha? Like sheís only 10months old, this can be corrected. 10months donít know what being alpha at 100%.
    Helene... they have tried everything with her... boot camp, in home training, etc, etc, she just hates Peebles who is their other female bulldog.


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    Helene... they have tried everything with her... boot camp, in home training, etc, etc, she just hates Peebles who is their other female bulldog.
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    Ok I see... must of missed a section of reading. Still odd for a 10 month old to do that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by helsonwheels View Post
    Ok I see... must of missed a section of reading. Still odd for a 10 month old to do that.
    He has been posting about it for a few months... boot camp happen twice, she is fine with most but just hates Peebles. Banks was like this at 4 months, she HATED all female dogs, what worked for her was boot camp, in home training, daycare for intensive socializing and being the only female dog in the house... she was always on alert and we had to be 1000% on top of her at all times because she would attack in a half blink of an eye if a female got close enough. The only time she was balanced was at daycare where she knew she was not going to get away with her BS... she became Queen of the littles section and actually accepted a couple female pugs as part of her court.... but bigs, forget it. Other bulldogs, no way boxers were out too. She was very discriminating... long hair dogs regardless of sex... out.
    A lot of times at daycare, she had to be removed, to a single section and just watch because she would not stop policing and eyeing up other females for a take down.
    , other days she would just sit on her throne and watch h all the other dogs. So, I totally get where Andy is coming from... Bam Bam is just wired one way and needs to be the only female... she will most likely always be great with kids and all humans, but never with other female dog.


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    Trying the rescues. Something must happen today as the fights are constant and she is in a crate right now.

    I canít go to work tomorrow and leave her lose.

    Iím devastated.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy T View Post
    Trying the rescues. Something must happen today as the fights are constant and she is in a crate right now.

    I canít go to work tomorrow and leave her lose.

    Iím devastated.


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    Iím so sorry... it has to be heartbreaking. Good luck... please keep us posted. I so wish it could have worked out.


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    So sorry to hear things did not work out. Finding a new home for the dog sounds like a responsible (although of course difficult) decision at this stage, and hopefully a bulldog rescue will be able to help out.


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    I am so sorry Andy. We had to rehome a dog because of female on female fights and they are the worst. We went through the boot camp etc, etc, routine and nothing helped. Females, if they don't like each other, seem to carry a grudge. After several trips to the ER we finally gave up. The guilt was awful but we knew one would have ended up dead as the fights were horrendous. You have to do what ever is best for all concerned. I would definitely try one of the area rescues. Lone Star Bulldog Rescue in Dallas is a large group and has an excellent reputation, Short Mugs Rescue Squad in Houston, there is another group in San Antonio/Austin. I never had any luck at all with any information about dogs from EBRN here in Houston before we got Monty and after. They seem to be MIA. Good luck.
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