Bulldog Problems: Could It Be Housebreaking Or Separation Anxiety?

I used Sophie, a 3-year old 60-lb woman English Bulldog, four months before.

The difficulty is twofold–one, she pees in the house (and occasionally poops, also), and two, as an very powerful dog, she easily butts her way out of ANY crate, from airline-style to an all-metal crate (and I also sent the latches closed, and secured the crate to slider door handles!). I have attempted leaving her in a closed space, but she busts up anything in the room in an at…

Beloved Adam:

I adopted Sophie, a 3-year old 60-lb girl English Bulldog, four months ago.

The difficulty is twofold–one, she pees in the home (and sporadically poops, also), and two, being an very powerful dog, she simply grows her way out of ANY crate, from airline-style to an all-metal crate (and I also wired the latches shut, and strapped the crate to slider door handles!). I’ve tried leaving her in an enclosed space, but she busts up every thing in the room within an attempt to get at a window (not a door!). Learn more on this related web site – Click here: The English Bulldog Zone Offers Free Report To Help Prevent English Bulldog Behavior Problems. She has an urinary tract illness, and is on her behalf third week of antibiotics to cure it. She hardly drinks any water. She’s taken out twice in the day, a neighbor takes her out in the middle of the time, and she goes out twice in the evening. She has a really special nature, and is unquestionably insecure about being left alone.

Marilyn

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Dear Marilyn:

Without knowing the dog, I could only have a chance in the dark. I-t looks to me like your pet has separation anxiety.

Please read:

– My article o-n separation anxiety at http://www.dogproblems.com/articles.htm

– My report on housebreaking at http://www.dogproblems.com/housebreaking.htm

Meanwhile, you are planning to need to purchase a stronger crate. I would recommend doing a search online. You’ll find private companies which make such cages out of metal/stainless material. Clicking http://business.punxsutawneyspirit.com/punxsutawneyspirit/news/read/35649022/The_English_Bulldog_Zone_Offers_Free_Report_To_Help_Prevent_English_Bulldog_Behavior_Problems maybe provides tips you could tell your friend. I’d call them on the telephone and see when they believe their crates would keep your dog restricted and prevent him from hurting himself.

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That’s all for now, folks!

Adam

Dogproblems.com.

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