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tracyp
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PostSubject: A bull breed question I dont know how to ask.   Thu 02 Jul 2015, 1:06 pm

They have a 1yr bullie breed, not desexed (yet. Will be soon.) Playfull yet, humping everything. They are not socialising nor properly training (or at all) IMO. They keep him away from other dogs incase he gets excited, will not bring him to visit mine, for both fear & experience of him acosting Tyson. (I have no problem. He needs trainging &socialization! Tyson will put him in his place... they are worried. There is no "doggie school". for him nor rules.

There would be consequences in my house, but he is not my dog.

I am annoyed... no... angry! He should me mixing with others now, his dad says.. ohhh poor baby is upset when his wife tells him off!...... Are you sh1tting me? The dog is confused by you all!

Today I showed mum what mine can do. I am not dragging, but Tyson healed, sat, stopped on a right leg move.... I put him in a stay & asked her to get him to come. He didn't move till I released him & I haven't done that in near 2yrs

I love my friends & their pup but..... at 1 yr.... he should sit, stay. Unless THEY need training more than their dog. I could add more, but, whats your thoughts?

P.s. a young dog won't sit & stay for 20 mins, but they can for 30 secs + at a yr.

Well I do know how to reply but, I am looking for others thoughts.
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PostSubject: Re: A bull breed question I dont know how to ask.   Thu 02 Jul 2015, 7:53 pm

They are heading for trouble and when the dog is still untrained in a couple of years they will no doubt want to rehome as they cannot cope

I know it's hard but you need to tell them how it is. Could you spare a couple of hours per week to do some work with him and then educate them as to how easy it is?

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PostSubject: Re: A bull breed question I dont know how to ask.   Thu 02 Jul 2015, 8:31 pm

I think Jo has a good idea if you can spare the time xx
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PostSubject: Re: A bull breed question I dont know how to ask.   Sat 18 Jul 2015, 8:46 pm

How is he getting on Tracy?

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