By Liz Palika
In 2007, this affectionate, easy-going breed eventually made it to the head ten at the American Kennel Association's record of America's preferred canines, capping a decade of quick development for the breed.Note: CD-ROM/DVD and different supplementary fabrics will not be integrated as a part of publication dossier.
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The trainer will also be available to help you if you encounter any problems along the way. qxp 58 Part II 10/2/08 1:41 PM Page 58 Caring for Your Bulldog The trainer you choose needs to like Bulldogs and be aware of their training challenges. You can ask other Bulldog owners whom they recommend, or ask if your veterinarian knows a good trainer. Once you find a trainer, ask if you can watch a couple of classes. Make sure you will be comfortable in the class and with that person’s training techniques.
B. c. d. Struggle for a few seconds, then relax. Struggle for the entire thirty seconds. Cry, tuck her tail up, and perhaps urinate. Struggle for fifteen seconds, stop, then look at you or look away. Lifting. When the puppy is on the ground, place both hands under her rib cage and lift her paws off the ground for thirty seconds. Does the puppy: a. b. c. d. Quietly accept it with just a little wiggling. Struggle for at least fifteen seconds. Accept it with a tucked tail. Struggle for more than fifteen seconds.
You may be asked to fill out an application and will be asked for references. If you don’t sound like a good match for one of the puppies, the breeder will not sell you one. Don’t take this personally. The breeder is not saying you’re a bad person. They are simply saying that perhaps a Bulldog is not the right dog for you. How do you find a reputable breeder? If you know someone who has a wonderful Bulldog, ask them where they got their dog. Ask the American Kennel Club for its list of breeders, or ask the Bulldog Club of America, which will direct you to breeders in your part of the country.