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    Default Re: Hello, First time owner of a EBD

    His face gets me every time. I think my older kids are getting a bit jealous lol but I told them I spoiled them all rotten when they were babies. If i could have more babies I would so I consider him my baby. Those damn teeth are so dang sharp, I see where they get the nickname Shark from. I'm so excited to watch him grow up. I have wanted a bulldog forever and finally bit the bullet and got one.

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    He has not received all of his shots, He has received two sets and just went for his well check last Thursday. I do not let him touch the grass or interact with anyone and he isn't around any dogs until he is fully vaccinated. I have a wagon and pee pads and that's how he goes when he needs too. I was under the impression that he couldn't go on the ground until fully vaccinated but I thought him being outside was still ok, I'm I wrong? I hope I haven't been putting him at risk for anything, not knowing.

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    Default Re: Hello, First time owner of a EBD

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    This was him today on our adventures. I swear I can never get enough pics of him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JessicaK11 View Post
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    This was him today on our adventures. I swear I can never get enough pics of him.


    This sweet baby is safe in his own yard, just no big trips to the puppy stores or doggie daycare yet


    Thanks and much Love,

    Melissa - Ellie's Mom

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    Quote Originally Posted by JessicaK11 View Post
    He has not received all of his shots, He has received two sets and just went for his well check last Thursday. I do not let him touch the grass or interact with anyone and he isn't around any dogs until he is fully vaccinated. I have a wagon and pee pads and that's how he goes when he needs too. I was under the impression that he couldn't go on the ground until fully vaccinated but I thought him being outside was still ok, I'm I wrong? I hope I haven't been putting him at risk for anything, not knowing.
    What I was told, by my vet, was anything in our backyard is OK. No grass or anywhere a puppy may come in contact with any feces from other dogs. He said take them for walks on the sidewalk. I think Parvo is the main concern. If you are going to change dog foods, brands, proteins etc., make sure you transition between the foods over a few days to prevent diarrhea. Welcome to EBN.

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    Default Re: Hello, First time owner of a EBD

    Welcome to you and adorable Diesel! I was a first time EBD Owner when I joined here almost 6 years ago with Joey. This is a great group of experienced folks so ask for help anytime!

    I canít help with the spoiling part since Joey is the center of the universe for me LOL. That part only grows and grows
    May the sun in your eyes be your ONLY problem today! Peace Friends!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JessicaK11 View Post
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    This was him today on our adventures. I swear I can never get enough pics of him.
    Great shots!! There are never enough pictures


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    I wanted to ask and see if any others had problems with this while they were so young.... any other male babies start humping already? I read on google they shouldn't be this young because they aren't mature enough to do it and it could be other things but I swear diesel knows what he is doing and he does it too my kids a lot when they get on the floor and try to play with him. I do know that he has already marked in several areas...probably smells the previous dogs and that is normal behavior for a male just didn't realize it started so young.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JessicaK11 View Post
    I wanted to ask and see if any others had problems with this while they were so young.... any other male babies start humping already? I read on google they shouldn't be this young because they aren't mature enough to do it and it could be other things but I swear diesel knows what he is doing and he does it too my kids a lot when they get on the floor and try to play with him. I do know that he has already marked in several areas...probably smells the previous dogs and that is normal behavior for a male just didn't realize it started so young.
    age really isnít relevant, it is instinct. Train them to not do this, use the word off or no and redirect him
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    Default Re: Hello, First time owner of a EBD

    He is beautiful! Congratulations and welcome!




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    Thank y'all so much. Another thing ( yes sorry I have lots of questions and my husband says I worry way too much about everything when it comes to Diesel lol) But I ended up switching his food from blue buffalo to acana puppy and junior formula grain-free dry puppy food and he ate a lot of it at first and seemed to love it and now he just picks at his bowl and never finishes a full one anymore. Should i add anything to the top of it for him to enjoy it more or is it more filling to him since it has more protein? IM just worried, and he goes to the vet today for some more shots so hopefully he has gained some weight from last week. I just switched him on Monday though. Any advice I would appreciate it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JessicaK11 View Post
    Thank y'all so much. Another thing ( yes sorry I have lots of questions and my husband says I worry way too much about everything when it comes to Diesel lol) But I ended up switching his food from blue buffalo to acana puppy and junior formula grain-free dry puppy food and he ate a lot of it at first and seemed to love it and now he just picks at his bowl and never finishes a full one anymore. Should i add anything to the top of it for him to enjoy it more or is it more filling to him since it has more protein? IM just worried, and he goes to the vet today for some more shots so hopefully he has gained some weight from last week. I just switched him on Monday though. Any advice I would appreciate it.
    How much are you feeding? Per meal


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