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Viewing all posts found for user seaellare
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Posted on: 4:04:04 PM 5/28/2008

Hello again! I have an English Bulldog pup, 9 wks old. He's doing great, but he is now comfortable at home, his energy is up, and he's (I think) teething! I know this...

Posted on: 2:57:20 PM 5/22/2008

Hmmm. No, I haven't tried that yet. I figured since he really doesn't have many wrinkles yet, I wouldn't need to yet. But - I will! I read somewhere to powder their wrinkles as well - do you do that? If so, what kind of powder do you use? Not s...

Posted on: 9:12:53 PM 5/21/2008

Hello again!

Well, last night he was in the crate - success!!! Actually, yesterday morning, I moved his soft bed into the crate. At his naptime, he was looking all over for it. I put him in the crate (he didn't fuss at all), and he went...

Posted on: 10:51:42 PM 5/19/2008

Thank you!!! I completely do intend to put him in the crate. Our last dog that we had (APBT that had way too much energy around our little boy, who was 4 at the time), he loved his crate! But, he was already used to being in one when we got him, s...

Posted on: 9:52:38 PM 5/19/2008

Thanks, Pen2!

I guess there is no time like the present to start the crate training then... Is it better to leave the crate in our room? I was planning on leaving his crate in the kitchen (close to the door as well). I really do want hi...

Posted on: 4:01:52 PM 5/19/2008

Buster is a great puppy, very sweet and gentle - a real cuddler!! We got him a few days ago, and it has been smooth sailing so far!

I have a few questions. First, though, we did research this breed, and it took about a month of deciding,...

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