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I want to own bull terrier

Discussion in 'Bull Terrier' started by Stefox, Mar 20, 2008.

  1. daniellelv

    daniellelv Banned

    Agreed, every dog is different. Although genetics play a big part in a dogs personality, how you raise it is the key.
     
  2. Rosies Mum

    Rosies Mum Puppy

    We have four Bull Terriers who all live loose in our home, no kennels, no cages, no aggression, no problems :D

    They have not been hard to train and have all passed there UK Kennel Club obedience awards, Daisy our youngest passing her first adult award at 9 months and at an obedience testing session where other older dogs and more 'trainable' breeds such as labs failed to achieve their awards.

    A Bull Terrier is a strong dog and as such if not brought up and trained is capable of serious destruction, but that is down to the time and effort you are prepared to put in as a responsible dog owner.

    All Bullies are different and my four girls all have very different temperaments but are all wonderful girls in their own way.

    Bullies love human company and will happily live in a flat, I think they would live anywhere where they are loved by their human.

    The amount of exercise needed varies from dog to dog, Willow would not leave our home given the choice where as Daisy will hike across Dartmoor all day with hubby.

    Good luck in finding your Bully and I hope you have many happy years together :)
     

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