This time I’ve taken this desperate cry for help from Ruby to write a few more articles about the “wild puppy days” of a Bull Terrier in order to help other owners who are experiencing exactly the same problems as well. “Hello, I am having a hard time trying to train my 4 month old bull terrier, Pluto is his name.
Have you ever wondered who will hold your flag on the next 4th of July parade? Mila and I have just finished a new, neat dog trick – holding a pole. In two easy video tutorial lessons we are showing you how to train the exercise with your clicker and some treats. It took some sessions, but both of us had
How to teach the dog trick CRAWLING to your Bull Terrier or other dog. As I am shooting the videos for this tutorial, Mila is learning this new trick. So the info will come in phases. Accompany us in this little adventure and follow our progress. What you do when you teach the dog trick CRAWLING is you basically lure your dog into
DULLNESS ALERT! This video to many probably shows four pretty humdrum minutes. I made it to show my progress with the training of the bow to a forum community after changing my tactics. Maybe it’s still informative to some simply watching the process. I kept the audio so you’ll see when I clicked (with either right or wrong timing :).
An obedience trained and well socialized dog is usually not only easier to handle and more pleasant to live with than an untrained dog. Obedience training is also a great help for your dog to develop positive routines, get to know you better, understand his position within the family and act accordingly. Obedience training helps your dog to become more secure and
Dog training is not rocket science! Here are the five basic rules of dog training – really simple! Hi all, it’s been a while. I’ve been busy lately. But there is still a lot I have to tell about the Bull Terrier breed. Today I want to start filling this untouched section of dog training with some life, starting with
Watch this entertaining Bull Terrier Video of Bull Terrier Mila performing some of the tricks she is capable of doing. Uh, and don’t miss the end: I’ve saved the best for last!
How to deal with dog nail trimming anxiety? The fact that you are reading this article makes me guess that you are familiar with dog nail trimming anxiety. And you have probably encountered the following situation in one or another way: Your Bull Terrier watches you taking out the nail clipper and magically disappears. Once you have found her, you try to pin her in order to