this is a great site with great ppl! Look forward to seeing pics if your baby! Harness or collar is your choice, I think it depends f how your bully ends up behaving w the leash. Obviously pulling w a collar is not good for their breathing nor is it good for a nice walk. We use both. I have a harness but I do use a leather leash w a leather collar.Brie doesn't pull (so dar...) so I'm lucky there. Food wise, I was feeding her Fromm puppy gold until she turned 7 months then switched her to Fromm adult. We are currently experimenting w pork n applesauce, pork n peas and beef frittata. I think a lot of it depends on if your baby has any allergies etc. there really are tons of amazing articles here about various foods, harness, collars, leashes..you name it, it's here somewhere! Lol
"Dogs have a way of finding the people who need them and
filling an emptiness we didn't even know we had."
can't wait to see pictures!
Welcome to EBN!
Every once in a while a dog enters your life and changes everything.
Hello & Welcome! So glad you joined our little group. Pics when you get a chance, please.
Eddie: Patsy hasn't eaten since 1974.
Patsy: A crisp, darling. A crisp.
Welcome! I am a "newbie" myself. I use step-in harnesses. One of my dogs had a harness on, that was a regular harness-not a step in. When we got to the vets office, which is on a busy road, I lifted her down out of the vehicle, turned around for a second to get the other one, and Lizzie was gone! The harness was attached to the leash-and she was next door in one split second, sniffing everything. She would not listen, and I was scared to death that she would go out in the road. The harness was NOT loose, and I don't have a clue how she got out of it! Now I will only use a step-in harness, as it seems they couldn't slip out of that so easily-as their front legs step in it! So far-with the step in-nothing like that has happened. PRAYING that it never will again. Took an hour for my heartbeat to get back to normal, and Lizzie was like-"hey, what's the big deal?!" Congrats on your new baby! Lizzie is a 3/4 Fr. 1/4 Pug!
to EBN and congrats on your new bully to be. How exciting!
Three Hooligans and 1 Angel - Wilson, Sally, Emma & Jack
well hello there and to ebn. having a pug will prepare you for an eb for sure. just read read read. lots here use fromm puppy with good results. i use a harness only with sarah but she is not walked she goes where she wants to