Archive for September 20th, 2011

Training Your English Bulldog

Training makes your best friend better! A properly trained English Bulldog has a happier life and a longer life expectancy. He is also more appreciated by the people he encounters each day, both at home and out and about.
A trained Bulldog walks nicely and joins his family often, going places untrained dogs cannot go. He is never rude or unruly, and he always happily comes when called. When he meets people for the first time, he greets them by sitting and waiting to be petted, rather than jumping up. At home he doesn’t compete with his human family, and alone he is not destructive or overly anxious. He isn’t continually nagged with words like “no”, since he has learned not to misbehave in the first place. He is never shamed, harshly punished, or treated unkindly, and he is a well-loved, involved member of the family.
Sounds good, doesn’t it? If you are willing to invest some time, thought, and patience, the words above could soon be used to describe your dog (though per-haps changing “he” to “she”). Educating your English Bulldog in a positive way is fun and easy, and there is no better gift you can give your pet than the guarantee of improved understanding and a great relationship.

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