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    chewing

    im a new bulldog owner and were having trouble with him chewing on us, any ideas on how to get him to stop i dont want to hit him, he is 12 weeks today
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    ahhh,, cute.. no need to hit him,Try To Buy more milk bone and chew toys for him, he's a baby and maybe his teeth are getting itchy.

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    That'll take a while to break.hes a baby and is teething.

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    You have those special toys for puppy s

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    My puppy would try to teeth on me any chance she got. I would always tell her "no" and then would give her something she could chew. Teething rings worked really well and little by little she started to understand that people aren't her chew toys. I think my best advice would be to deflect it, discourage it, and offer her something she can chew on.

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    Offer him an alternative. I would gently free my finger from my bullies mouth and place a chew toy or rope chew as an alternative. It will take some time as he is teething and will chew. Lots of toys and chews and patience is required during the 'chew phase' of a new baby bully.

    Good Luck!
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