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Old 07-10-2011, 12:13 PM   #61
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: D awww! I have such a soft spot In my heart for bulldogs. she's so cute!!!
Lol. Her cuteness is her only saving grace right now. She keeps chewing my feet and hands, but she's getting better.
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Lol. Her cuteness is her only saving grace right now. She keeps chewing my feet and hands, but she's getting better.
It helps if you yip like a hurt puppy. It gets the message across a lot faster.
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Yeah tried that lol. All it does is annoy my parents. She's getting better just gonna take time.
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I have a male dog (Border Terrier) called Jimmy, a male horse (Welsh Cob) called Billy and 2 ducks (Wild Mallards - 1 male, 1 female) called Jarvis and Cocker, who we rescued from the canal, when we found them (still as eggs) in a nest full of broken shells and a dead mother duck. We took them home and built an incubator for them. 28 days later (sounds like a film ) voila! 2 adorable ducklings

Jimmy likes to sit with them in the garden! We thought he'd try and eat them but he loves them!
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My new bulldog puppy Maggie. She turned 11 weeks yesterday, and she likes to sleep in very awkward positions. Lol
my dog(astro) will sleep just like that
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Lol. Her cuteness is her only saving grace right now. She keeps chewing my feet and hands, but she's getting better.
Best thing I found to teach them that biting isn't ok is to just push their lip against their teeth just enough for them to yip a little - it let's them know that their little teeth hurt and you don't like it. I've done this with every dog I've had and they quit nipping after the 2nd or 3rd time I did this.
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