How to Train Your Naughty Puppy
Dogs , Lifestyle / 14th February 2018

Both of my dogs were rescues from the kennels near to where I live. They were not puppies when we adopted them, they were full grown dogs and had picked up a lot of bad habits from their previous owners or from lack of discipline. Bear in mind that both of our dogs are bully breeds, we have a Staffordshire Bull Terrier and an American Bulldog and those breeds are known to be big and boisterous dogs. Discipline is essential in raising these types of dogs and if it is not appropriately applied then the breeds have the potential to live up to their undeserved reputation. Juda Juda was actually adopted by my partner nearly four years ago as quite a young dog and he had a fear of walking outside and my partner and his brother, with the best intentions, pandered to this fear and so took him on minimal walks. When I moved in, I took it upon myself to try and enforce a change as Juda’s weight was starting to become an issue. He wasn’t keen on the walks at first, his tail was between his legs and every so often he would just stop walking and…