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French bulldog with cats


French bulldog with cats

I got a bulldog named Teddy. She's 5 years old, a full grown dog. I don't have any children yet. This is my first dog. I wanted to get a big dog and be the best owner for it. I read about a lot of people's experiences with their pets. I think I need to be a bit more considerate and not let Teddy run around the house all the time, but she is still very sweet and loving. She loves to play and hang out with me. I can't believe she loves to play fetch too!

Hi, i want to ask if someone can give me any advice with my current bulldog... I just bought him at the pet store about 2 months ago and he is very small. I also bought a big box of bones for him but he still eats very little. He is currently 3.5 months old. I want to make him grow up healthy and strong. Is this a normal behavior for a bulldog?

I got a bulldog named Teddy. She's 5 years old, a full grown dog. I don't have any children yet. This is my first dog. I wanted to get a big dog and be the best owner for it. I read about a lot of people's experiences with their pets. I think I need to be a bit more considerate and not let Teddy run around the house all the time, but she is still very sweet and loving. She loves to play and hang out with me. I can't believe she loves to play fetch too!

Hi, i want to ask if someone can give me any advice with my current bulldog... I just bought him at the pet store about 2 months ago and he is very small. I also bought a big box of bones for him but he still eats very little. He is currently 3.5 months old. I want to make him grow up healthy and strong. Is this a normal behavior for a bulldog?

I'd rather not see a photo of your dog. However, I do agree with this:

"I was so worried when I first got a bulldog. I had a lot of trouble adjusting to her. I was nervous and anxious, but now I have a better relationship with her. My husband and I are good at making sure she gets enough to eat and exercise. We are a little more considerate of her needs than we were before she came to us, so that made a difference."

"We also have a bulldog, so we were pretty prepared.

My advice is just to be consistent in what you want to happen with your dog. She has a mind of her own, but you need to be firm about what you want, and make sure you reward good behavior. "

Thank you all for responding. I'm actually considering to get a bigger dog, but still can't decide what breed i should get. So i was looking for advice on what breed would be good for a small kid like me and not very heavy.

Thank you all for responding. I'm actually considering to get a bigger dog, but still can't decide what breed i should get. So i was looking for advice on what breed would be good for a small kid like me and not very heavy.

My family has a Bulldog. They're big and strong and can be intimidating but they are the most loyal and loving animals I've ever met. So much so, that we had a dog who wouldn't stop jumping up to kiss us when we came in the door, even though I was 6 months pregnant with our daughter at the time.

I wouldn't consider getting a smaller breed like a Jack Russel terrier. Those are wonderful animals, but they're small enough that you can easily lose control of them if you let your guard down, and even if you don't, I would bet that if you ever went to visit them, they'd be more than happy to jump up and give you kisses, and I'm not kidding. So, my advice is that you should really think about going through the process of training your dog properly, rather than getting a puppy and just taking it for granted.

And of course, if you're afraid that your daughter might accidentally step on your dog, it may be a good idea to keep it somewhere where it's easy to get to and where it won't hurt her.

"My family has a Bulldog. They're big and strong and can be intimidating but they are the most loyal and loving animals I've ever met. So much so, that we had a dog who wouldn't stop jumping up to kiss us when we came in the door, even though I was 6 months pregnant with our daughter at the time.

I wouldn't consider getting a smaller breed like a Jack Russel terrier. Those are wonderful animals, but they're small enough that you can easily lose control of them if you let your guard down, and even if you don't, I would bet that if you ever went to visit them, they'd be more than happy to jump up and give you kisses, and I'm not kidding. So, my advice is that you should really think about going through the process of training your dog properly, rather than getting a puppy and just taking it for granted.

And of course, if you're afraid that your daughter might accidentally step on your dog, it may be a good idea to keep it somewhere where it's easy to get to and where it won't hurt her.

"I'd rather not see a photo of your dog. However, I do agree with this:

"I was so worried when I first got a bulldog. I had a lot of trouble adjusting to her. I was nervous and anxious, but now I have a better relationship with her. My husband and I are good at making sure she gets enough to eat and exercise. We are a little more considerate of her needs than we were before she came to us, so that made a difference."

"We also have a bulldog, so we were pretty prepared.

My advice is just to be consistent in what you want to happen with your dog. She has


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