If you own a bulldog or are thinking of buying one, having the proper bulldog training and care-taking information is absolutely vital for every bulldog owner. Raising a bulldog puppy can be tough – so don’t miss out on all the training methods and tips that you need to help you along. If you haven’t gotten the chance, please subscribe to my newsletter for free dog training information.
Keeping your bulldog healthy should be your top priority. That means feeding the correct food at the right age, spotting signs of illnesses, allergies, and obesity, giving your bulldog enough exercise, maintaining a good feeding, walking, and exercise schedule, and of course, proper bulldog training.
What you’re going to learn (if you haven’t learned it yet) is that bulldogs love to chew on everything! Bulldog training requires special attention and bored puppies will quickly turn to your furniture for entertainment.
How do you deal with excessive bulldog chewing and biting? Well, that’s part of the training process. Remember that your English bulldog puppy is very intelligent and you should use that intelligence to your favor in the bulldog training process. If left untrained, your biting may cause more severe problems in the future so it must not be overlooked! I personally used this bulldog training guide with astonishing results. It will teach you everything you need to know about raising and training an English bulldog puppy covering many problems that you’re dealing with already – or problems that might develop in the future.
Your English bulldog puppy needs to learn that it’s not okay to bite and chew on the carpet, sofa, or the furniture around the house. To do that, you need to use positive reinforcement training methods. What that means is, instead of punishing your English bulldog puppy for chewing on your shoes or biting your hands – you praise and provide treats for your puppy for doing something right.
Over time your puppy will know that if he or she is doing something wrong, no praise or treat will be given! Bulldog puppies like receiving praise from their owners and they will do just about anything to receive it.
Most bulldog owners wish they could train their puppies but don’t know where to start so they end up taking expensive training classes and wasting a ton of money. I do not recommend any other trainer for your bulldog puppy other than yourself. Training time with your puppy should be your bonding time so don’t miss out on that.
Besides, most trainers still use the old training method of “fear” to quickly gain results from your puppy. The puppy will obey while the trainer is around, but after the trainer emptied your pockets and left, your bulldog puppy will soon go to the same old behavior it used to be before the trainer arrived. Hey, trainers have to make money too right?