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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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Dog Training basics 101: Does my Bull Terrier have a crystal ball?

Many owners who start dog training sooner or later encounter their dog “offering” certain behaviors which they have learned in the past. In clicker training this is part of the basics of this training technique. Dogs are either lured into desired behaviors or the trainer is waiting until the dog is OFFERING the desired behavior or a tiny part of

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The aggressive puppy – do I have an aggressive dog?

This essay was inspired by many stories of owners feeling overwhelmed by their puppy’s behavior or exasperated in their attempts of correcting aggressive puppy behavior in their English Bull Terrier puppies and tired of their nipping/ biting and dominance issues. First of all, please note that young dogs DO nip, chase feet, even growl and guard – these are all absolutely normal behaviors

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Your happy and healthy dog

Maybe you are currently thinking about becoming a puppy owner for the first time in your life. Maybe you already own a puppy or an adult dog and just want to double check, if you are already doing all the good stuff. Either way, this post is intended to provide you with information on the basics of a happy and healthy dog –

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Exercises for dogs – how much exercise and which exercises to choose for your dog?

Dog breeds are usually distinguished by different characteristics. One of those characteristics is their energy level. While there are indeed some dog with low energy levels, I would say MOST dogs really need some exercise. Bull Terriers, for example, especially when young, often have pretty high energy levels and therefore need quite an amount of attention and exercise. Not every

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Trick and obedience training for dogs

Hello everyone, Mila here! Today I’d like to have a quick talk about dog training: Did you know that during trick and obedience training for us dogs it is a lot easier for us to learn spoken commands in combination with hand signals? We don’t actually “speak” any human language. Actually there’s no such thing between dogs as a “language” either.

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