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The Bulldog has a nasty habit of chewing and biting stuff when it is still a pup, but on some occasions even when it grows up to be an adult. But as with many typical dog problems, it can be cured with proper training. If a bulldog was left untrained, imagine all the damage it would cause to your footwear, to your carpet, to your rugs, and to many other things that you do not want to be bitten and chewed. So your bulldog puppy should know that it is not cool to chew on these things by using positive reinforcement by praising and rewarding your puppy if it stops chewing your stuff. After a while, it will remember the positive and pleasurable feeling it gets when not chewing, so it would maintain that for the remainder of its life. As a bulldog owner, you are the only one responsible and capable of training your own puppy. You should cherish that time with your puppy because, not only is it training it also functions as bonding and socializing. Besides missing out on much needed time to be around with your puppy, commercial, "professional" trainers use the fear method in order to get quick results. They will obey the trainer as long as he is around, but when the puppy gets home to you, it will automatically revert back to its old bitey, chewy self. So remember, Bulldogs are not that hard to train and are even recommended to novice dog owners by the American and British Kennel Clubs, its just a matter of patience to train you Bulldog.

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