What a difference three weeks can make!!

Thanks to everyone over the past couple weeks have given me support and words of encouragement with my little Lulu!  She's well on her way to getting potty trained. She starting to tell me when she needs to go out. Yay!!! She goes to bed around 10 1030 and sleep straight through the night in her crate until 6 o'clock in the morning with no accidents!!!  I love her more than anything!  

Next step with puppy training classes starting on Tuesday. She knows 'come ' only when she feels like it though. Haha!!  I here that's quite the bulldog trait.  

Next up after puppy training the transition to big girl dog food. 

Can't wait for the teething to start.  At least we have the kong and the peanut butter that goes in it!

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Congratulations :)

Good girl Lulu! At training Tucker never got the "drop it" command. Well, maybe he got it but just didn't care that we wanted him to drop something. He still has issues with that to this day. Good luck with training. 


Katie & Tucker a.k.a "Porkchop"

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..... you will be very happy when those puppy teeth fall out and she gets her big girl teeth. Puppy teeth are like needles! I very vividly remember how they feel on my toes and fingers :0


Katie & Tucker a.k.a "Porkchop"

Shark teeth

Omg!  They are shark teeth!  I think she's starting. Very drooly and gnawing and biting on all her chew toys today. Restless too. Something's going on!



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Nylabone makes a teething Pacifier

that my puppies liked and also their teething keys. Frozen towels and stuffies if she won't destroy them.

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Adult food

can be started at 16 weeks or now if feeding a good all life stages food. Protein around 24%

teething keys...............

were a life saver for me.  Apollo loves to chew and he loves those Nylabone keys!


  Miss you sweet boy Otie (July 29, 2013)



Kong and nylabone

Both are godsends!!  I also have the frozen chewy bones. However she's not super interested in those yet. 

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nylabone caution

I gave Tucker a nylabone when he was around a year, maybe a little younger. Well i guess I didn't give him the right strength cuz he was able to ingest it and then threw it all up. So as with all toys, keep an eye and buy the right strength for your pup.

Tucker has a couple nylabone's now and he's fine with them because I buy the toughest ones. Good luck :)


Katie & Tucker a.k.a "Porkchop"

Oh goodness!

She's got some really hard Nylabones!  The one is softer and I throw them out when it looks like they can chew right through it. 

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Never give the edible Nylabones, only original

There is a new company making a similar nylabone product that is tougher then nylabone. Now I can't remember that companies name.

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Yes ... With all toys you must supervise closely

Bulldogs can get chunks off of anything. You should see the nylabones in my house. I need to throw out and replace all of them. They gnaw the knuckles right off the large Galileo's.

I found the pacifiers to hold up better then the keys.

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thats awesome news. see, she came around an tells ya now



Cory & Penelope