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Posted on: 3:29:35 AM 1/24/2011

Owning a dog for the 1st time is always an interesting experience. My fiancÚ and I have had our AM Bully for 8 months and this is our first time with this breed. We have learned a lot and at times have had the same feelings of being a bad owner. Do n...

Posted on: 6:01:44 PM 1/6/2011

We used them for the 1st two weeks we got Daisy our american bulldog. She started tearing them up after week two so we tossed them and stuck with consistent hou...

Posted on: 2:58:20 AM 1/5/2011

From my experience in the past if my dog is timid or anxious around guests I leash her using just a standard nylon leash while the guests are in my home. This is her territory and is most likely wanting to protect her territory and her family. If she...

Posted on: 12:18:14 AM 12/21/2010

I went back to the store (without her) and purchased a great 6 foot leash and a new lead harness that stops her center of gravity. We went on a few short walks and i can already tell a difference! She is super stubborn and we knew we were facing that...

Posted on: 2:57:46 PM 12/20/2010

Help! I have a 9 month old Am Bulldog and i have posted a few other questions before and health issues and now i need help on a bad behavior.

Generally when we go out on walks she is amazing and rarely pulls and knows to stop when correct...

Posted on: 3:53:54 AM 12/19/2010

Oh yes. I have already started crossing to opposite sides of the street when a dog and their owner approaches. She marked in our apartment today.. which she never does! So i'm hoping she's started or is almost there so we can move on to spaying her.

Posted on: 4:00:45 AM 12/16/2010


I have a 9 month old American Bulldog and she too was a pain to potty train. We have made it through the hardest stages it seems and she ha...

Posted on: 3:28:38 AM 12/16/2010

Thank you for the information. We live in an apartment so whenever we go out she is always on a leash. She isn't trained to be off of it either so there isn't any chance she'll be away from us unsupervised.

Posted on: 12:23:24 AM 12/10/2010

Hi everyone! I have a 9 month old american bulldog who i believe is getting ready to go into heat. She is swollen, cleans herself more often and is acting very ...

Posted on: 4:32:36 AM 11/25/2010

Thank you for your thought. We use a harness at all times. If not i wouldn't be able to walk her down the street without her dragging me down it.

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