With a distinctively shaped head and a powerful, compact body, Bull Terriers are easily recognized by their appearance. With a playful and affectionate nature, the Bull Terrier makes a devoted and entertaining pet. Known for becoming very attached to its people, the Bull Terrier does not like being left alone for extended periods of time. A breed that generally does well with children, care must be taken to insure that the child doesn’t over stimulate them.
Depending on where you set up your baby’s nursery, you’ll want to prepare your dog for any changes in their sleeping habits or areas in the home they’ll no longer be allowed to roam around, Gilbreath said. Consider putting up baby gates to prevent your dog from getting into anything and remember that training will take time and patience on your end.
“If your dog is used to sleeping with you and he’s suddenly kicked out of the bedroom, he’s not going to understand why,” she said. “Give it some time and recognize that, dog behavior being what it is, you’re going to have to put in some effort to get your dog comfortable with a new routine.”
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