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Thread: Just got a English Bulldog

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    Bully Bootie Duty
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    daphnee
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    Default Re: Just got a English Bulldog

    First, Welcome, you will find tons of support and advice here. Second, don't give up, EVER!! These are the best dogs.. Third, find and get a pet insurance, it'll pay for itself in the long run and makes things easier. Regarding your specific issue, I had my bully on a leash, connected to my hip from time she was 8 weeks till probably almost 4 months. I took her out ALL the time, and made a big deal of it. Also, I didn't just "free" feed her, she earned it on walks, stay, sit, come, etc... Maybe add some pumpkin to the kibble, it seems to be the cure all for loose stools and constipation ( I don't get it either, but it works), and helps in transition. You could try taking the poop from inside and placing it outside, then next time you take him out, he might get the connection. Most important, hang in there, it'll be worth it.

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    Pooper scooper Zachary Guilbault's Avatar
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    Default Re: Just got a English Bulldog

    We are probably going to get him pet insurance, and tomorrow we are going to get the pure pumpkin puree. So i hope that helps, today Rhino was being annoying to the cat, both the cat and rhino are about the same age so they like to play a-little but rhino likes to get rough with her. And she don't like that, by day by day they should be best friends but it will take time.

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