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    Bulldog Walking

    Does your bulldog like to go on walks? Ours dreads the sound of the collar/dog tags, but once it is on, she is ready to go. She does tend to stay close/hug our legs though which will result in a few unintentional bumps to the head.

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    Our 1 yr old bully really seems to enjoy her walks. She is the same way in that she's not to keen on getting her collar/harness on. But once we are outside she is rearing to go. When we've been our for a while she does the typical bully speed up/slow down over and over but really loves to be out and about.
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    Mine go get their leashes down off the wall and bring them to me...or stand on the treadmill....which is where they walk when it's gross out. They used to do the zig zag thing and not stay straight...I found that if you do a quick 2 minute sprint and get that initial energy out they walk much better and if you keep the leash igh up on the back of the neck and keep their head up they don't get nearly as distracted.

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    My Meaty tends to take me for sprints, he will run for a few seconds and then his pace slows to almost a crawl lol

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    Same here, hates the sound of the leash and harness but when it's on they are both ready to go! And also typical, speed up.....slow down......speed up.......slow down, lol.

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    Gracie likes her walks but she is on a diet......so hopefully she will be able to go on longer walks when she gets in shape


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