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    Default Re: Hi from RI - Parent to Toddler & Pup

    Jagger's dog time out is either getting baby gated in the kitchen away from playing or if he is being totally disobedient and not listening he goes in his "house" ( large crate with bed and water bowl) for a little while. His crate is only used for time outs, when we leave the house he is gated in our dining room so he can still romp and play. Typically, this is more than enough and he will listen well and be his loving self.

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    Hello and to EBN and the wonderful world of Bulldogs!
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    Our Buster has been fine around all kinds of kids. Congratulations and !!!

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    Welcome! I can't wait to see photos of your new pup!




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    Default Re: Hi from RI - Parent to Toddler & Pup

    Quote Originally Posted by Akamm10 View Post
    Hi all,

    It's so nice to be here. I'm looking forward to learning from all of you and educating myself to be the best bully mom I can be. Our puppy arrives on Saturday. Right now I'm super anxious about how the pup will be with my 2 year old toddler. I'm even second guessing my decision to get a pup. I'm just so afraid that the pup will bite her or hurt her! Of course I'm afraid that I have my hands full already w/ a toddler now a new pup! I would love to hear from owners who transitioned to life with a young child and a bulldog. Looking forward to hearing your stories!

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    Alicia
    It's never too soon to teach a child how to be the pack leader in your household. Begin training right away and involve the child. First lesson: The pup should learn how to greet a human without jumping on them. Teaching that alone will resolve many problems before they start.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vicaroo1000 View Post
    It's never too soon to teach a child how to be the pack leader in your household. Begin training right away and involve the child. First lesson: The pup should learn how to greet a human without jumping on them. Teaching that alone will resolve many problems before they start.
    Agreed! Likely your pup will view your toddler as a littermate. Which means they will get the worst of the nipping! Have your child hand feed puppy some kibble, never let puppy sit higher than your toddler. This establishes the pack order, that your toddler is above them. Any other training you can get them involved in at that age will be very helpful too. Even just teaching to sit.


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