Educate yourself.Go to a dog show and speak to Bull Terrier breeders.Read books.Contact your local or regional Bull Terrier
club and tell them you are interested in learning more about the breed.These are some of the things I would have done
(given the warning)before My husband strolled through the door with a strange Bull Terrier following behind him.I was unprepared.Thank
goodness Edie took the lead and was older and so very sound in temperment.Edie blended so smoothly into our home and life.This
is not always the case.
Bull Terrier puppies are alot of work.A pup will reqiure constant supervision in the household when not crated.Obstruction
is the number one killer of young Bull terriers.They will chew and and ingest anything given the opportunity. Most
of the time the item will exit on it's own.However, surgery will be required if it does not.I have to be especially
careful because of the children's toys and dolls.You will have to use his uncrated time in the house teaching house
rules and manners.Praising when the pup meets the expectation and quickly scolding when the pup does not.A consistent
owner is rewarded with a well mannered dog who can eventually be trusted alone in the home.The pup will
need positive interaction throughout the day and have access to the outside several times a day.