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All the information given here is our opinion, and we do not take responsibility for actions and/or outcomes anyone may take/get from reading the information given.

We strongly suggest that you do not give a bullmastiff ANY type of supplement as a pup for growth, it is not needed when a correct diet/lifestyle is given and can do serious, irrepairable damage to your pup.

This is Hector, a large dog, by anyone's standards - no supplements were needed!

Never overfeed your dog, an overweight pup puts too much strain on his growing joints and bones.

 

Ten Golden Rules to Follow with a New Pup

 

  1. 1. Begin training no later than 8 weeks; and train the pup from day one in your home, introducing children and other pets carefully.
  2. 2. Be patience with your pup, training sessions should be in short spells, but NEVER allow mouthing, chewing, stealing food or jumping up.
  3. 3. Toilet train by putting your pup outside when waking and after food.
  4. 4. Restrict the pup’s access around the house, only allow them in one room to begin with, and only on your invitation.
  5. 5. Do not allow the pup on your bed or sofa.
  6. 6. Always be a consistent, calm and strong leader, communicating what you expect clearly, and remembering learning should be fun for a pup.
  7. 7. Don’t purchase 2 pups together, or of similar ages if you are inexperienced or do not have plenty of time, to avoid them forming their own pack and ignoring you.

8. Ensure rewards for good behaviour and correction for bad behaviour are delivered immediately after behaviour, and beware of unintentionally rewarding bad behaviour - especially when the pup is attention seeking.

 

9. Teach the pup that it is normal to spend time alone from the start.

 

10. Ensure ALL family members and visitors to your home treat your pup in the same way.

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