The English Bulldog Puppy Blog
on Tuesday April 6th, 2010 at 09:40 AM
Burglaries often end up on news but the news below is not often heard.
The case of the stolen 4 month-old English bulldog puppy stands out.
The family makes an appeal for the return of Romeo. And theyre even offering a reward. Brandie Nelson, They came in through the back of the house kicked the back door in.
Jon Nelson, It was surprising because you know weve lived out here for a while. Ive actually lived in this area and Ive never had any problems like that.
A brand new door and protection from...
on Tuesday March 23rd, 2010 at 07:10 AM
Dog training whistles have evolved from our need to train dogs and make them listen to our commands. It is not a practical solution to whistle commands to our pets in the mainstream community. Neighbors will eventually complain from annoyance of constant whistling. It is also futile in some areas having high traffic and loud noises. Francis Galton invented the dog whistle in the 1880s. It was named Galtons whistles considered to be an excellent tool to catch your dogs attention.
on Monday March 22nd, 2010 at 05:10 AM
Spike, a defenseless puppy, remains under medical care two weeks after being beaten with a shovel and thrown against the ground by his owner.
East Elmhurst neighbor and eyewitness Alvin Lau captured the abuse on his cell phones video camera on Wednesday, February 24, as owner and alleged suspect, Maria Aguilar, 36, inflicted injuries on the 11-month-old English bulldog.
Lau called the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA), which transferred Spike to its Manhattan...
on Saturday March 13th, 2010 at 09:37 AM
Learn tips and instructions on how to train your dog to come back. Be sure to take notes and practice the tips found in the free video below:
How to Train Your Dog to Come Back When Called powered by eHow.com
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on Monday March 8th, 2010 at 03:38 PM
Learn from this free instructional video how to train your dog to back up.
Train a Dog to Back Up with Body Language powered by eHow.com
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on Monday March 8th, 2010 at 04:38 AMThe thought of your playful and friendly bulldog waiting for you at home is one endearing pet to go home to. The sight of your lovely but chewed furniture, however, is not what you want to see when you get home. Find ways on how to teach your dog that theres more to life than just chewing your furniture.
photo courtesy of Dr. Julie & William WickelWays to stop your dog chewing your furniture:
1. Determine the root of your dogs habit of chewing on furniture. The reasons may be from...
on Thursday March 4th, 2010 at 08:35 PMThe task of training your dog how to fetch can be easy as 1-2-3. All you to do is to know ways and tips on how to teach your dog. Tips to remember
1. A dog that retrieves is likely to get more exercise than a dog that doesnt.
2. You will have an easier time when you use a retriever. You can just stand in one spot and throw the ball for your dog.
3. Most dogs love to chase after the ball and bring towards the owner. When the dog gets close enough he/she starts to play keep away. You can get...
on Thursday February 25th, 2010 at 06:36 AM
The key to understanding your dog is to also learn how to read your dogs body language. In this way, you can assess her attitude thus you predict your dogs next move. Dogs are non-verbal so body language is the best way you can talk to them. Vocalization in forms of barking, howling and whining, takes second place to a canine body language. You are sure to spend some time observing dog once you learn these basic types of dog body language. The advantages of understanding dog language will...
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