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Nipping, jumping and rough play in adult Bull Terriers

Dog owners frequently contact me with questions. An all-time hit are undesired behaviors in dogs of all ages. I have taken one of the recent request for advice as the basis of this essay, because the problem situation seems to apply to a lot of situations owners experience in one way or the other. Dog owners often find themselves confronted

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I am afraid that my Bull Terrier will become an aggressive dog

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.

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How to stop excessive chewing in Bull Terriers

A very typical behavior for puppies is using their mouth to explore the world around them. Parents of a baby or toddler probably know the situation: Everything needs to be secured. Besides electricity, risk comes especially from small objects that can be swallowed. Just as babies, puppies do explore the world around them mainly using their mouth. This is even

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Help! My English Bull Terrier keeps jumping at me and hurting me!

Roughhousing in dogs – How to control my Bull Terrier

Many owners have dogs that love to play. That is especially true for Bull Terriers. But these rugged little power packs can be rough players and pretty destructive. Especially when they initiate their very special way of “letting it out” in the so-called “Bully run”. That’s when they start throwing their butts around, circling around you or the room, bouncing

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The “stop command” – remotely control your Bull Terrier

Stop commands are one of the most common misunderstandings between dog and owners, because many people just assume that the dog understands a firm “NO!” without ever really teaching them what it actually means. The fact that this command is used to control many different kinds of situations does not make it much easier for the dog. Luckily in many situations

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