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    Hi I'm Michelle and I have 2 bullies. Prissy and Tybo. They are my 1st bullies and I absolutely love them! My male, 6yr old, has recently been lunging at my hubby when we try to put him outside. He never lunges at me... Advice?

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    A vet visit is in order something is more than likely hurting or bothering him. This is the only way they can communicate to us unfortunately. Especially if it's not normal behavior. Can you think of anything that might be bothering him?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Michelle Baldwin View Post
    Hi I'm Michelle and I have 2 bullies. Prissy and Tybo. They are my 1st bullies and I absolutely love them! My male, 6yr old, has recently been lunging at my hubby when we try to put him outside. He never lunges at me... Advice?
    Hi Michelle... First welcome to EBN.

    Here is a link to a pet MD page related to aggression.... Aggression Overview - Dogs | petMD

    I hope this helps. --rj

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    Welcome to EBN..... it could be a few things, but the first thing I would do is have him checked by your vet head to toe including x-rays to ensure nothing is going on health wise.

    We had this issue with our girl, she was about 7 yrs old and out of nowhere started to put her teeth 'on' us (not bite) and we knew something was off -- we did a vet head/toe check and it turned out she swallowed a stone that was irritating and causing stomach pain - we had absolutely no idea she had even eaten it.

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