They are adorable
New to this forum stumbled across it when looking for some crate info. I just got my 1st english bulldog about 1 week ago. I was looking to adopt one and found this girl from owners that said they did not have time for her. This 1st week has been very interesting to say the least. I also have 2 pugs one I've had since 6 weeks old and now 12 and one rescue pug who is 3 and came from a bad situation but safe now. My pugs are great together but one of them is afraid of the bulldog cause she keeps biting and trying to jump on him. She's puppy playing but he doesn't like it. Her name is Sadie (female) and my pugs are both males miles and pugsly. Glad i found this forum so I can ask owners with experience questions. Like this biting issue lol. Also I leave her in her crate at nights good idea? Its not a huge crate but there is enough room.
Here are some pics.
hard to believe this guy is scared of Sadie in this pic
bonus pic of Sadies brothers
They are adorable
Welcome!!!! They are all adoraBULL!!!!
The dreaded shark teeth stage!! Lots of good chew toys. Try redirecting when she tries to bite anything she's not supposed too. A stern "no bite" doesn't hurt either.
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adorable. Just request the pugs to be a little tolerant of the newcomer. LOL.
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Awwwwa cute cute cute...
Yes like Corine said chew toys for sure with a BIG NO BITE. Putting Sadie in a crate at night is great. Eventually they like their crates and it's like their safe place. Dont use it as a punishment or she will this of her crate as the hell hole. Lol takes patience. If you have 2 pugs im sure you have some and use to it
Thanks for the comments everyone. She cries when I put her in the crate. I'm considering take her to dog daycare since its 5 mins from my work during the days. Cause she spends nights and when I'm at work now in it. I have someone come over and take her out on my work days but going to visit the daycare place tomorrow.
My thing is how quick will she out grow the pugs? Just want to make sure she doesn't hurt them with playing. My vet said about 6 months ?
to EBN!!! Your babies are adorable… LOVE all the pics!!! I think that pugs and bullies are a great mix since they are all brac breed dogs. Bullies go thru what we like to call "shark stage" while they are teething, so I would make sure to have plenty of teething toys available. Antlers, nylabones, Kong chew toys… my personal favorite is marrow bones but please NO rawhides they have been proven to be a chocking hazard for dogs!!!
I crate my 6 mos old puppy at night, so do not feel guilty at all. It gives my older bulldog a break, and I know that she is safe from chewing or eating something she shouldn't or having an accident in the house. When she was younger I had a playpen set up to give her a "time out" for my Walter when he had had enough of puppy madness. Having a sitter come mid-day is a great idea to give her a break during the day while you work.
You are doing a fantastic job as a bully parent, we just need more PICS of your adorable crew. Good luck w/your new baby!!!
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omg!! she is sooooooo cute... and i love pugs too... welcome, you have come to the right place.. and love the pictures.. i like pictures.. lol.. the biting is normal.. our abbey was a biter.. my husband called her a devil dog.. one reason was because her ears stuck straight up and he said it was horns not ears.. lol.. but now she is a princess... in fact i think she thinks her name is princess abbey..