Raising a Bulldog Puppy

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There are as many ways to raise a bulldog puppy as there are to raising a family. As with children, there is universal and undisputed wisdom. Kennels see all types of personalities and the training behind the pets. Consider the following when training your dogs.

“My bulldog just won’t listen to me” and “He just won’t behave!” are not valid.

1. Your puppy will never understand English. They WILL learn the meaning of sounds. Your bulldog will study you to learn your body language, your facial expressions and your sounds (language.) “Wanna go out?” and “Have to go potty?” and “Hafta pee?” will all work, but will require three times as much work as simply picking one phrase. Pick a sound (command) for EACH behavior and stick with it. You will probably want to tell the Mount Pleasant SC Kennel what you have been using.

2. A young puppy’s metabolism is scurrying along more quickly than you may think. The younger your new bulldog pup is, the faster he is growing, the more fuel he needs to sustain his metabolism, and the more often he will want to remove waste. Do not punish house-breaking mistakes. These are YOUR fault. Your best friend’s age and breed determine how often he must go out. Can you believe as much as once per hour early on? Right after a nap and after he eats are your cues. Praise him heavily for good behavior. Dogs love our happy faces.

3. Dogs thrive on our happy facial expressions and body language. The worst punishment you ever need to give your bulldog is a scowl and to turn away from him. You will see his tail fall down and his face get so sad. Ask your local kennel staff if you don’t believe this. They see thousands of personalities, but this behavior is universal. Boarding dogs and boarding cats is their business. With respect to animal behavior, few people see more pets than the staffs at boarding kennels. If you have a question, their anecdotal answers are just as good as a behavioral expert.