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 Bulldog Puppy Training - Never Surrender ! 
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Bulldog Puppy Training - Never Surrender !
by: Louisa Rose

One of the most traditional pure dog breeds in the world is the famous bulldog. This dog has been the symbol of England for many years.

Bulldog Puppy Choices

This breed is notorious for health problems and these start at birth with a high death rate. He will probably have a nice calm friendly demeanor. Your first job is important. You need to have the pup checked by your veterinarian for common bulldog puppy health issues, such as problems with their ears or nose.

When pups are too young and have not been handled much they are not good candidates for training. Ensure they are 10 weeks old at least before training begins. Otherwise, you could create an aggressive dog.

Bulldog Puppy Training Steps

Start training your bulldog with basic potty training when your pup is old enough.

As soon as the basics are in place, you can begin setting up an environment in which you are the obvious and clear leader of the home, the alpha if you will. It is also a good idea to keep your dog off the couch and never let them sleep with you. The obedience phase of your bulldog puppy training should begin around 3- 6 months of age and focus on everyday commands. These commands can include focus on you, sitting, stay, lay down, roll over, not pulling at a leash, coming when you call and waiting patiently inside.

Bulldogs are intelligent and very adept at learning cues; nevertheless, they may not want to comply initially due to their strong willed nature.

Safety Concerns and Bulldog Puppy Training

One of the reasons ... -training/ is so important are safety concerns. They are little courageous explorers who will want to see all they can. Start teaching them young not to chase after vehicles and to stop at the edge of the sidewalk to ensure they do not bolt from you in public.

Don't despair. You will soon find your bulldog to be a great and loyal friend..

About The Author
Louisa Rose is an expert puppy trainer and has devoted hours to publishing her excellent online guide. Her website address is If you want the best puppy obedience and training guides, or to learn about puppy health matters then simpply click on the link to reach the advice of experts. If you train your puppy the right way from the start you can enjoy many years of happiness together. An obedient dog is a happy dog.
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