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Nervous unpredictable Engish Bull Terrier with my 11 year old

Discussion in 'Bull Terrier Training' started by Bodger, Oct 24, 2009.

  1. Bodger

    Bodger Puppy

    Lover of the true English Bull Terriers & Bull breeds! Have always wanted an English Bull Terrier since first seeing Walt Disney's 'The Incredible Journey'! Was lucky to home our first & truly perfect beautiful female EBT until her sudded death at 9years' of age. We now have a male & female (6 & 5 months); the male is causing concerns: nervous, unpredictable, especially with my 11 year old son. Have called in a dog behaviourist who agreed it is not a dominance thing; even that our cats or rabbits could be his pack leader! Be so grateful of any help/advice/ideas so that we can help him please?! Bodger & family!
  2. Hucklebutt

    Hucklebutt Banned Back Yard Breeder

    Its very hard for me to understand your post...but I need to know exactly what your dog is doing to your son, what behavior is he exhibiting? How old is he? have you contacted his breeder? is his health perfect, has he had blood tests done, thyroid tests to make sure all is well? are there signs of SOA or rage syndrom? which is where the dog, attacks suddenly, unprovoked. please let me know, more specifically. keep the dog AWAY from the child until we can figure out what is going on.

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