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    Good morning everyone my name is swagger and i own a 10 month old bully name swagg he is black and white in color and he weights 71 pounds. Swagg is really playful and good with my children. however there are a couple of behaviors i would like to work on like nibbling on my person and at times jumping up on the furniture. any suggestions would be warmly and gladly accepted thanks

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    Welcome to the site. Hope you find everything here. We have some very good bullie trainers here so Im sure they will be able to help. 71 pounds at 10 months?? Good Lord what you feeding that dog? LOL THAT is a big pup! Would LOVE to see some pix if you have any to share.

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    Yes Olde English Bullys are much larger @BruceP

    Welcome to the site!!! Would love to see pics of your bully baby!!!

    Clove Oil is a great deterrant from chewing. Just give your bully a good whiff of it, they should HATE it. So then whenever they get near anything with the smell, they will run. Not recommended to put on you, however. Because it smells pretty strong.

    Consistency is the key. Scream in dramatic pain and cower, whimper. Over dramatize the whole ordeal. Then discipline, firmly stating 'NO! or NO BITE!' and ignore bully for nipping and biting you. You should also roll him over quite a few tims on his back and make him submit to you, showing you are the alpha pack leader of the house. Keep doing this regularly just so he does not forget.

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    Default Re: intoduction and a question from swagger

    hey bruce thanks for your information. i just posted some pictures check them out

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    hey i put up picturtes of my bully feel free to take a look and thanks for the suggestions will try them out and let you know how it worked out
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    Yes Olde English Bullys are much larger @BruceP

    Welcome to the site!!! Would love to see pics of your bully baby!!!

    Clove Oil is a great deterrant from chewing. Just give your bully a good whiff of it, they should HATE it. So then whenever they get near anything with the smell, they will run. Not recommended to put on you, however. Because it smells pretty strong.

    Consistency is the key. Scream in dramatic pain and cower, whimper. Over dramatize the whole ordeal. Then discipline, firmly stating 'NO! or NO BITE!' and ignore bully for nipping and biting you. You should also roll him over quite a few tims on his back and make him submit to you, showing you are the alpha pack leader of the house. Keep doing this regularly just so he does not forget.

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    Hi and Welcome! This site is wonderful!! I am going to check out your pics!
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    thanks for the welcome lacy

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    Welcome @swagger....swag is such a handsome bully and love the pics!
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    Yes I agree! He is lovely! I bet he does have loads of swagger! You can copy the [img] (bbcode) under any of your pics in your album, and paste it on the forums too. Then a nice big pic will show up on the topic too.

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    thanks two bullie i like the picture of your bullie as well
    SWAGGER

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    Welcome Swagger and Swagg ... He's a good looking Bully

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    Welcome! Such a handsome olde!!! He's a big boy - I'll bet he's strong.
    We've always pushed down on our pup's tongue after he's bit us by accident (sometime he'd just get so excited playing with his toys that he'd chomp onto us). This really works for him because he doesn't like it, and it doesn't hurt him.

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