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Name: tammykaye | Date: Jun 1st, 2009 3:44 PM
i have a english bull dog he is 1 year old and his name is duke when i bath him it is like he is allery too the soap what can i bath him in 

Name: Marques | Date: Jul 15th, 2009 2:05 AM
I have a 10 month female and she just went into heat for the first time. My question is how long does it last and is there anything I can do to make her as comfortable as possible. Any advise would be very appreciative. 

Name: Kevin | Date: Oct 14th, 2009 9:50 PM
HELP !!! I have an English Bulldog from HELL!! My Bullie Diesel is really a BULLY ! Everyone in the house want's him gone! Problem is I love the dog to death. Before you start bashing me understand that I have worked with him and tried my best to train him since he first came home at 10 weeks. He's 1 year old now and won't stop destroying every thing in and including the house. He bites everyone in the house as well. We have given this dog nothing but love since day 1. Anyone know if nuetering him will help calm this maniac down or have any suggestions? He will have to go soon if I cant fix this. The problem is I love the dog like one of my own kids and do not want to get rid of him. Any advice? 

Name: bobbi | Date: Oct 18th, 2009 6:09 PM
I have a 10 mth old English bulldog who has a corkscrew tail. I have a problem keeping him clean after he goes out and does his business. Does anyone have any suggestions other than surgury?? Any suggestions will be appreciated! 

Name: samantha | Date: Nov 6th, 2009 5:49 PM
dogs usually need a lot of room to run around so if you are living in a small house you should take him out side and yes if he makes any indication that he wants to go out you should take him out even just to play... it is excercise but they need more excercise than the human body cause when its not hot their not panting so they dont get rid of all the calories they take in!!! you should take him for a walk at least once a day so that when he gets older he isnt just sitting around like alot of other peoples dogs do!!!!! 

Name: Casa di Bulldog | Date: Nov 16th, 2009 3:37 AM
Some quick advice:
Dont ever pay for a bulldog that you havent seen in person - that includes foreign countries SCAM SCAM SCAM

Your bully needs to respect you as leader of the pack (so does any dog in your house) go with your dog to obedience and learn the basics so that you are both happier

I cant wait to share my bulldog stories - I have been working with rescue dogs for years now and I finally got a bully female for myself - she is a rescue and I cant wait to give her a new life! I will be looking for advice too. 


Name: Diane B | Date: Nov 18th, 2009 12:27 AM
I have two english bullies one is 9mnths and the other is 4mnths the 4mnth female is completely potty trained and my boy 9mnths old is not I need help he is peeing on everything including my couch. 

Name: Deacon | Date: Nov 19th, 2009 9:41 PM
I have a 1 yr old male english bulldog that has been having alot of trouble with "hot spots" or rashes on his belly. I have had him to the vet twice in which both times they put him on antibiodics and steroids. Great solution temporarily (for the length of time he was on the meds for a few wks after). I have tried many at home remedies such as domeboro solution, caldesence powder, baths 1x/week, changing to hypoallergenic food (currently mixed with old brand), changing detergent etc. Any other advice or better solutions. 

Name: eileen | Date: Nov 20th, 2009 7:58 AM
does my english bulldog feel cold in winter 

Name: kari | Date: Nov 23rd, 2009 4:37 AM
is anyone on this 

Name: ken | Date: Nov 25th, 2009 12:47 AM
i am going to buy an english bulldog puppy but the one im lookn at is young w a half pink nose.. will the nose turn all black as he matures or is this a dog w a prob? 

Name: Lindalu | Date: Nov 25th, 2009 3:49 AM
Deacon.
Its most likely a food allergy, many foods contain wheat and or soy. Find a food that contains neither, also some dogs have allergies to beef, I would also suggest a a food that doesn't contain beef. 

Name: DM | Date: Jan 16th, 2010 5:35 PM
I think it depends on the dog. My english bulldog likes to walk a lot. I will take her on 3 ten minute walks every day, or one big walk and one quick around the block walk.

I think if your dog wants more exercise, he will let you know. 

Name: ken | Date: Jan 22nd, 2010 10:23 PM
I have a 8 week old bulldog i just got about 5 days ago, and ive noticed he has alot of trouble sleeping, and he breathes real heavy as if hes really hot when the temp in the house if only 77.. ive tryed fans and nothin really seems to workk, and for the first time today i put ice packs under a towel in his kennel. does anyone else have this problem or have any advice..
please help! 

Name: drew | Date: Feb 8th, 2010 6:33 PM
I have a 5 month old bully,butch he is awesome, he rubs his butt on the ground quite often my other dog which is a cockapoo does it too but not as much does anyone elses do this? 

Name: drew | Date: Feb 8th, 2010 6:38 PM
uyg 

Name: amanda | Date: Mar 4th, 2010 4:10 AM
just had 6 newborn english bulldog pups dropped off at my house how do i take care of them and keep them alive 

Name: justoleme | Date: Apr 14th, 2010 4:55 PM
english bulldogs can have a TON of allergies, including oatmeal and other things in shampoos. if your dog acts allergic, he/she probably is, so switch to a hypo-allergenic shampoo.

if you go cheap on the dog food, you will pay for it in vet bills. a grain free GOOD diet is a good way to cut down on later vet costs. grain free canidae or canine caviar are a good choice.

if you want to avoid health problems in bullies, buy from RESPONSIBLE breeders. a vast majority of the health issues english bulldogs suffer are gentic problems that are passed on from litter to litter bc irresponsible breeders do not have their breeder stock tested, xrayed, and examined prior to breeding.

a responsible breeder will have their breeding stock tested for gentic issues prior to each breeding.

a good way to determine a responsible breeder is to check out how they sell or rehome their pups. is there a spay/neuter contract for pet quality english bulldogs? is there a return contract whereby you are mandated to return the pup or dog to the breeder should you no longer be able to keep him or her (ANY responsible breeder will ALWAYS take a puppy back). has their breeding stock recently been through tests and xrays? do they care about the puppy after he/she is homed with you or do they only care as far as the money is concerned?

SEE the living conditions of the mother and father. a responsible breeder will let you see where the dogs live. if they will not, they are most likely backyard breeders/puppy mills that do not care about the health of the breed and rather care about money--meaning they'll sell you a dog with genetic health issues for perhaps 'cheaper' that will cost you a LOT, LOT, LOT more in vet bills later on.

do your research and buy only from RESPONSIBLE breeders or adopt from rescues. 

Name: justoleme | Date: Apr 14th, 2010 4:56 PM
anyone that says english bulldogs require long, extended walks does not know the breed.

english bulldogs are very sensitive to heat and cannot endure long walks. one or two short walks a day is enough to ensure they receive the needed amount of exercise. 

Name: blarocamfoundation | Date: Apr 20th, 2010 9:23 AM
Hello heather smith. i can help you get a healthy bulldog puppy for your daughter if you can contact this families who are ready to give their 2bully out . their email is [email protected] 

Name: ANOTHER PET SCAMMER | Date: Apr 20th, 2010 3:55 PM
"Hello heather smith. i can help you get a healthy bulldog puppy for your daughter if you can contact this families who are ready to give their 2bully out . their email is [email protected] ↑"

THIS IS ANOTHER PET SCAM FROM CAMEROON AFRICA - THERE IS NO BULLDOG PUPPY! 

Name: qwerty | Date: Jun 18th, 2010 12:29 AM
helllo 

Name: bobbie | Date: Jul 25th, 2010 1:57 AM
I need some help with my bulldog 

Name: rescuesX3 | Date: Aug 11th, 2010 2:49 AM
Bulldogs are not a high energy dog comparatively speaking but they do like a lot of attention. I have had lots of success with clicker training for my agility border collies as well as our rescue female bulldog. She is just about 1 year old and loves to play alot. To prevent the toe biting and mouthing we use clicker training to encourage good behaviour and toys with buried treats to occupy her. Try to play walks, games during her active time so your schedules mesh and good luck! 

Name: angie | Date: Aug 16th, 2010 1:27 AM
my english bulldog has a discharge and is 43 days preg will the puppys and my dog be ok 

Name: Patsy | Date: Aug 24th, 2010 10:06 PM
I have a 1 1/2 year old Old English bull dog and he is great except he wants to just on the kids. I am trying to break him, we have a 5 year old and 2 month old grandkids and I want him to behave and not want to go after them,
Any Idea's please. 

Name: lynniethepooh | Date: Aug 30th, 2010 6:55 PM
i just got another english bulldog and i am looking for a forum where i can talk about issues that pop up. is this a good site for that? 

Name: lynniethepooh | Date: Aug 30th, 2010 6:56 PM
what kid of help are you looking for? 

Name: Jenny | Date: Aug 31st, 2010 12:29 AM
My 3 year old English Bulldog has been sleeping around 20 hours a day. Is this normal? 

Name: leo | Date: Sep 21st, 2010 1:38 AM
my english bulldog sees things on floor that aren't there and attacks them to a point it distresses him and he keeps looking all around and finding more nothings.....any help 

Name: vic | Date: Oct 27th, 2010 4:58 PM
Its good for them to get fresh air. But u can consider that excercise 

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