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Added by Bullie Pups R Us on September 12, 2008 at 12:21am — No Comments

Bullie Pups R Us Can Now Ship…

English Bulldog summer heat embargo is now lifted…we can ship your puppy now so hurry on over and visit us today at www.bulliepupsrus.com and find your soul puppy now! We offer exclusive bloodlines along with free shipping. microchip and a 2 year health guarantee. Credit cards accpeted for a secure and safe transaction. Continue

Added by Bullie Pups R Us on September 5, 2008 at 11:30am — No Comments

Bullie Pups R Us shares Help Your Dog Deal with a New Pup Arrival

Help Your Dog Deal with a New Pup Arrival Written by: Terry McManus / Pets.com Let’s say you want to bring home an irresistible little puppy for your child. Great – except for one potential problem: You’ve already had a dog for years, and he has never shared his space with another pooch. Suddenly, your old friend may wonder why he has to compete for attention and love from you. Will jealousy get the better of him and cause him to act out? Liz Simpson is the owner-manager of a dog wash salon in… Continue

Added by Bullie Pups R Us on September 4, 2008 at 12:09pm — No Comments

Tips On Keeping Post Operative Areas Clean For Your Pet by Bullie Pups R Us

Post-Surgery Tips: Keep Bandages, Splints and Slings Clean & Dry Written by: Banfield, The Pet Hospital® If your pet is recovering from a condition that requires a bandage, sling or splint, proper home care is imperative to your Pet’s recovery. Complications are much more likely to occur in pets that do not receive proper home care and monitoring. Splints, slings and bandages can potentially cause very serious problems if they become: damaged slip twist remain on too long or become wet Spl… Continue

Added by Bullie Pups R Us on September 2, 2008 at 12:15pm — No Comments

Post Operative Tips for your pets by Bullie Pups R Us

Post-Surgery Tips: Keep Bandages, Splints and Slings Clean & Dry Written by: Banfield, The Pet Hospital® If your pet is recovering from a condition that requires a bandage, sling or splint, proper home care is imperative to your Pet’s recovery. Complications are much more likely to occur in pets that do not receive proper home care and monitoring. Splints, slings and bandages can potentially cause very serious problems if they become: damaged slip twist remain on too long or become wet Spl… Continue

Added by Traci at Bullie Pups R Us on September 2, 2008 at 12:10pm — No Comments

Secondhand Smoke and Your Pet: Read This Before You Light Up Shared by Bullie Pups R Us

Secondhand Smoke and Your Pet: Read This Before You Light Up Shared by Bullie Pups R Us ,Written by: Megan Krause / PetSmart Charities Everyone knows the damaging effects secondhand smoke can have on people – but what about our pets? More and more, scientific research is finding that secondhand smoke also poses a significant health threat to our furry and feathered friends. The American Journal of Epidemiology reported the following findings: Cats exposed to secondhand smoke have almost doubl… Continue

Added by Bullie Pups R Us on August 29, 2008 at 11:24am — 1 Comment

Be proactive about your pets health says Bullie Pups R Us

Be proactive about your pets health says Bullie Pups R Us Preventative Vet. Care for Dogs And Cats shared by Bullie Pups R Us Think about the regular care you receive throughout your lifetime from pediatricians, dentists, physicians, allergists, ophthalmologists, and so on. Why settle for anything less for your pet? Now think about the fact that pets age an average of seven years for every one of ours-and it’s clear to see why regular care is so critical. Nutrition A healthy, nutritious diet bu… Continue

Added by Bullie Pups R Us on August 29, 2008 at 11:20am — No Comments

Bullie Pups R Us shares Important tips for selecting a boarding kennel.

Important tips for selecting a boarding kennel. Choosing a Kennel If you’re planning on boarding your dog while you’re on a trip, here’s what to look for in the boarding facility, as well as in your dog upon your return. In many cases, you’re better off leaving your dog at home when you go on a trip. Although your dog may not think so at first, being boarded can be a pleasant experience if you find the right place. The key is to find a kennel with a professional, caring staff and clean faciliti… Continue

Added by Bullie Pups R Us on August 29, 2008 at 11:00am — 1 Comment

Miraculous story shared by Bullie Pups R Us. Quake victim gives birth after being buried 50 hours!

Miraculous story shared by Bullie Pups R Us After days in rubble, quake survivor gives birth Healthy daughter for Chinese quake victim who was buried for 50 hours URUMQI, China – In the 50 hours she was trapped under rubble after last month’s earthquake, mother-to-be Zhang Xiaoyan prayed hardest not for her own life but for her baby’s survival. On Wednesday, she got her wish, giving birth to a healthy, pink-cheeked 7.3-pound girl at the Urumqi Maternal Care Hospital in her home region of Xinji… Continue

Added by Bullie Pups R Us on June 18, 2008 at 9:17am — No Comments

Bullie Pups R Us can ship during summer heat to select cities.

During summer months it is very hard to geta snub nosed breed like the English Bulldog shipped. We can ship to select cities all summer long. Visit our website for more info at www.bulliepupsrus.com Continue

Added by Bullie Pups R Us on June 10, 2008 at 2:45pm — No Comments

Walmart.com classifieds? Shared by Bullie Pups R Us

Powered by Oodle, the retailing giant is offering online classifieds – even job openings from archrival Target Corporation! The cobrand is linked from Walmart’s homepage and everything. OK. Content equals traffic. Traffic equals consumers. And if Compete data is to be believed, Walmart.com receives about 25 million visitors a month (not counting the holidays). If 10 percent of that goes to the online classifieds section, we’re talking 2.5 million visitors and about 15 million or so pageviews ea… Continue

Added by Bullie Pups R Us on June 4, 2008 at 1:19pm — No Comments

Bullie Pups R Us Shares The Importance of Your Attitude When Training Your Dog.

There is nothing more critical to the success of dog training than the owner’s attitude. The mindset of the trainer is more important than the equipment purchased, the exact system used, or the breed of dog involved. Nothing can destroy the likelihood of effective training more quickly than an owner with the wrong outlook on the training process. Dogs naturally crave and enjoy human companionship. When their human companions approach them in the right way, they are particularly receptive to lea… Continue

Added by Bullie Pups R Us on May 30, 2008 at 10:05am — No Comments

How To Improve Your Dog’s Behavior Through Exercise shared by Bullie Pups R Us

We’ve all heard the old saying “idle hands are the devil’s tools.” The popularity of the adage stems from its validity. Those who are not able to keep themselves busy are far more apt to fill their time with inappropriate acts. If re-written to apply to man’s best friend, the notion that “idle paws are the devil’s tools” would ring true, as well. A dog who is not sufficiently engaged in physical activity is far more likely to present behavioral challenges. Often, we hear complaints about dogs w… Continue

Added by Bullie Pups R Us on May 21, 2008 at 9:41am — No Comments

How To Handle Puppy Teething Troubles shared by Bullie Pups R Us

When most people bring home their cute new puppies, the furthest thing from their minds is the stressful time of teething. Just as with babies teething, puppies will want to chew on everything they can get their mouth on. This can lead to total destruction of your belongings, but there are tried and true ways to help prevent this from happening, and help you and your pup get through the teething period with ease. Many people bring home their new pup and leave them out to romp around the house w… Continue

Added by Bullie Pups R Us on May 19, 2008 at 11:09am — No Comments

EPUPPYPRO

Praise Report for EPUPPYPRO Its Harley Bear..now Hulk. He’s been the best puppy, and everyone agrees. He’s had to spend the night a few times with the family, and it’s always so hard to get them to give him back. As you know too we do the monster trucks, he loves doing autograph session, in fact he is usually the highlight of the night! All the other drivers love for him to come hang out in their trailers while they work…spoiled brat. OH well he’s so smart although he really doesn’t look like… Continue

Added by brad on May 15, 2008 at 8:20pm — 3 Comments

PRAISE REPORT FOR EPUPPYPRO, EPUPPYPRO.COM,

Praise Report for EPUPPYPRO Its Harley Bear..now Hulk. He’s been the best puppy, and everyone agrees. He’s had to spend the night a few times with the family, and it’s always so hard to get them to give him back. As you know too we do the monster trucks, he loves doing autograph session, in fact he is usually the highlight of the night! All the other drivers love for him to come hang out in their trailers while they work…spoiled brat. OH well he’s so smart although he really doesn’t look like… Continue

Added by brad on May 15, 2008 at 8:18pm — 5 Comments

10 common mistakes made when training your dog shared by BULLIE PUPS R US

When new trainers first get started, they tend to make a lot of mistakes in their techniques and how the approach the training process. There are a few mistakes that are fairly common among most trainers and we shall make these ten mistakes the subject of this discourse. Mistake number one is expecting too much. The individual who makes this error is usually well meaning and a true dog lover. The problem steps in when they see all the tricks their neighbors dog can do, they watch the well train… Continue

Added by Bullie Pups R Us on May 14, 2008 at 4:03pm — 2 Comments

10 dog mysteries solved and shared by Bullie Pups R Us

Sometimes a dog’s behavior and actions can leave us completely baffled. This is especially true for new dog owners. So, here is a little guide to help you figure out why your dog might be doing the weird things that he does. 1. Why does my dog keep eating the cat’s poop out of the litter box? While this particular dog behavior seems to be among the most bizarre, there really is a simple explanation for it. Your cat’s diet consists mostly of protein, so his stool has a high protein content as we… Continue

Added by Bullie Pups R Us on May 14, 2008 at 4:00pm — No Comments

English Bulldogs cured my mental illness. Shared by Bullie Pups R Us

Overly proud wife loving mother to 6 admirable children. Hands down a crazy fanatical English Bulldog lover. Owner of Bullie Pups R Us English Bulldogs. English Bulldogs and Bullie Pups R Us is my life second to my kids and family. It is the greatest joy I can speak of aside from giving birth to my own children and getting married to my fabulous husband. English Bulldogs make this entire world a better place. Having been in this breed since 1997 I have to give them a credit I can give to no one… Continue

Added by Traci at Bullie Pups R Us on May 8, 2008 at 12:17pm — 1 Comment

Training deaf dogs by Bullie Pups R Us English Bulldogs

Introduction These training tips are taken, with permission, from Susan Cope Becker’s book Living With A Deaf Dog which is a must for new deaf dog owners. You can order a copy of the book through the link on our website. Training a deaf dog requires a major commitment and lots of patience. I can’t stress the importance of an American Sign Language pocketbook. It will open up a world of words for you and your dog. Spanky’s vocabulary increased as ours did. Your deaf dog is going to surprise you.… Continue

Added by Bullie Pups R Us on May 7, 2008 at 4:37pm — 2 Comments



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