Beginning at the beginning seems the most logical… so let’s begin with deciding if we can give a puppy [and the resultant fully-grown dog] a good and loving home.
Your puppy should be in his crate when he is not eating, going outside or being played with. As he matures he will be free to come and go more and more on his own.
For things that you can’t remove such as rugs, and furniture you can either buy special sprays from your local pet supplies shop or make your own using citronella or a weak vinegar solution. These sprays taste unpleasant and bitter and discourage the dog. They will need to be reapplied frequently until the dog learns that the furniture doesn’t taste nice!
As soon as the lead starts going tight, you immediately stop and stand still and say nothing. The dog will soon enough turn to look at you. Immediately click and offer a reward but the reward is given at your knees.
You may see signs in your exotic bully like loss of appetite, weakness, irritability, changes in his gait, incontinence, or slowness in getting up. Typically, these are signs that your pet is getting older and will need extra care and attention. Talk to your vet about what you can do to help your pet as he ages, and have your vet perform a yearly geriatric exam so he can try to take care of any new health issues before they progress.
Three new toys, called the Go Get It fetch toy, the Soft Bite Floppy Disc, and the BOODA Design Flyer, join the current four categories of Tuff Plush toys. The current categories can be viewed here and include Tuff Plush Cookie Cutters, Tuff Plush Long Friends, Tuff Plush Round Hounds, and Tuff Plush Rug Dogs.
In this storage compartment, you can keep baby diapers, baby bed sheets, baby pillows, baby clothing, and other baby accessories. You need to make the best use of the compartments that are there below the baby beds. Baby beds that are made out of wood will also give an elegant touch to the baby room.