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Post  Mark Boesen Thu Nov 17, 2016 2:24 pm

Lol, somewhere i think i've seen this dog before?
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Post  crankbndr Thu Nov 17, 2016 2:30 pm

I've seen that look before, it's called "where's my treat"!!!!!
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Post  cox24711 Thu Nov 17, 2016 3:09 pm

its the space bug jr dog!
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Post  Cribbs74 Thu Nov 17, 2016 4:44 pm

Ian has a dog like that
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Post  roddie Thu Nov 17, 2016 6:18 pm

Cribbs74 wrote:Ian has a dog like that

Yes.. and if that isn't her (Poppy).. I'll eat a piece of balsa.. scrap balsa.. a really small piece.. maybe dipped in hot sauce.. Laughing I've seen a lot of photos of Poppy.. and I'd say that's her.
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Post  Mark Boesen Thu Nov 17, 2016 6:34 pm

Ding, ding, ding, we have a winner!
Yep, i was at a customer's house today and the second I saw the pooch I thought of Ian's dog.
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Post  ian1954 Fri Nov 18, 2016 1:07 am

She has a "little" sister now

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Same soft and sweet temperament but with added stubbornness.

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A Chihuahua crossed with a Jack Russell and a "Brexit" Bulldog.
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Post  fredvon4 Fri Nov 18, 2016 6:18 am

BREXIT bulldog...is a great pun...thanks for the grin Ian
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Post  fredvon4 Fri Jan 20, 2017 11:34 am

I see young Lilly with droopy ears and then with fully stand up ears

Did she grow into those ears yet?

I have cared for many different breeds of dogs and cats, but find these French Bulldogs have the Most distinctive personalities

Much more energetic and playful than we read about the breed, and can be super pouty--- or--- easily incited to aggressive possessiveness of a human or toy

If I get out of my chair and play on the floor with Gus (my adrenaline junkie male Frenchi) Female Saphieri will get super jealous and stop napping to get between Gus and I ---to the point of angry sounding growling...no real fighting, just super aggressive antics even if I stir each equally

Back to personalities...
Riding mower, weed eater or leaf blower... Saphieri hides and Gus wants to play or ride
Beer in the shop, Gus MUST have a sip... Saphieri sniffs and looks at me like...REALLY????
Setting up to cover a wing... Gus looks on interested.... but lets me have space... Saphieri MUST help
Take and set an engine for bench run outside... Saphieri bites at my shoe when the engine fires...Gus sits back and howls like the sound hurts his ears... pretty comical as I can play with the needle and his howel note shifts with the pitch of the engine RPM scream

However in all this, I fell in love with Ian's Miss Lilly and often wonder how she is adapting to Ian's wide range of interests and activities along with her mate Poppy??

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Post  ian1954 Fri Jan 20, 2017 2:38 pm

Lilly is "up North" with her sister learning doggy etiquette. They both appear on Skype every night.

While my eye is in this state - I am not able to give her the attention she needs and I am frightened of treading on her. She insists on being with you every second.

The other thing that may seem strange is that "Nurse Poppy" insists on licking everything better - she sees a cut or a bruise and she is straight there. Lilly has picked this up but she does not respond to know and will wait for an opportune moment.

Not sure that my eye will respond to this - it is very painful - but who knows, if it doesn't get better, I might try it! I have two willing nurses.

For those who do not know the scale of damage a little bulldog puppy can reek .........................

The was a box of router bits with a 1/4" plywood lid. The lid was crunched into small pieces.

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I had just laid the box on the floor and then went to the garage (where she is not allowed) to find my router. Gone no longer than 10 minutes.

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This was when she decided that I had left an Amazon delivery too long without opening it.

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The joys of having a stubborn puppy! Everything is repairable but you have to catch them at it!

This is her after being caught and told off!

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She has got much better but her sister is more of a disciplinarian. (even though she chewed quite a few things as a puppy!)

This Lilly playing ball. It is a lrge tennis ball and she sinks her teeth into it!



Now for the ears! Her ears are almost permanently down but she will lift them for pieces of banana.



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Post  Mark Boesen Fri Jan 20, 2017 3:36 pm

cute l'il doggie....but somehow she doesn't really look apologetic?
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Post  crankbndr Fri Jan 20, 2017 3:51 pm

Holly crapolie!! That little doggie did all that!! You must not have any shoes are belts either. lol! Popcorn
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Post  ian1954 Fri Jan 20, 2017 4:56 pm

From the videos and the pictures you can't see how affectionate and obedient this little doggy is. She has a placid temperament, like her sister Poppy, but left to her own devices ........

She has not made any attempt to gnaw at leather only wood, paper and cardboard. Poppy, as a puppy, chewed through the legs of two pairs of levis while they were hung up to dry and destroyed several pairs of slippers.

However, you can see the stubbornness in this little bulldog. It is in here nature - she is a true Brexit Bulldog!

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Apologetic? Definitely not!
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Post  crankbndr Fri Jan 20, 2017 5:29 pm

Merkel is going down next! Hurrah! Affraid or WOW!
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Post  Oldenginerod Fri Jan 20, 2017 10:54 pm

Who says man is the top of the food chain?  Certainly not in Ian's house.   No!
Looks to me like the little beastie has total control.  While I certainly don't dislike dogs, I don't think I would tolerate the sort of damage shown, and would sternly exercise my authority as a human.  Who's the boss?
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Post  Cribbs74 Sat Jan 21, 2017 1:32 am

Those are classic signs of seperation anxiety. You will have to show her that you always come back, start taking small trips and work your way from there. She is obedient because she loves you, so much so that she acts out when you leave.
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Post  ian1954 Sat Jan 21, 2017 8:34 am

Ron - you are quite correct with separation anxiety, These events happened until early November and there have been no incidents since.

I couldn't understand why things like this didn't happen every time she was left and we would go for days without incident. I rearranged my home cameras to keep an eye on her, supplied her with chewy toys ....  and three days later - no event.

On the fourth day - mayhem. She was fast asleep and the door bell rang. It disturbed her and then rang again while someone entered the porch and put advertising leaflets through the door.

That was the trigger - barking and she didn't settle down after that. Ripped up the leaflets and started gnawing wood.

I had noticed a few times that an unexplained noise spooked her and she would come running for comfort.

The doorbell is now disabled and the porch locked. I have a box outside for post and small parcels - it is the rogue door to door canvassers that ignore the box.

Having a little puppy can be a little fraught at times. Obedience training and house training need patience.

This is made up by the unconditional love a doggy will give you for the rest of its life.

Rod - Disciplining a dog is not a topic to venture in to. It is too easy to and up with an aggressive or defensive dog. With patience the dog will sense a change in tone of your voice as an expression of displeasure. All dogs are different though.

The last thing I want is for Lilly to tremble and hide from me. When you have a puppy - be prepared! You will be very lucky to avoid damage, soiled carpets and flooring! When a puppy is teething - it wants to chew, when it wants to piddle and poop .............. These days, there are special mats for house training and marvelous cleaners for "accidents". Patience is a virtue

It is easy to absorb negativity from a few pictures and videos and it would be easy to hide the down side of having a little (and often stubborn puppy) and I suppose a puppy on the very best of behaviour is boring but ............



Is that a bossy, domineering little doggy?
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Post  roddie Sat Jan 21, 2017 9:56 am

well now.. that bath was thoroughly enjoyable to watch! It's no wonder she loves you! It must be difficult to be separated from your three girls. Hope your eye surgery is coming along better.



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Post  fredvon4 Sat Jan 21, 2017 12:46 pm

Ian, thanks

Saphieri and Gus truly love the adventures of Miss Lilly and they can easily relate to bath time...although, these days, they have started insisting on helping Daddy take a shower...(we remodeled the master bath to be a large walk in shower for aging folks((Us))

We have a large tub/sink in the laundry room that is bath tub for all 4 dogs... early on we made the event fun, so today there is no real drama with "bath time"

Gus arrived (we think) about 2 to 3 years old, and did not have Puppy teething issues....just a typical "have to chew on every thing new" fetish for a few weeks

However, Miss Saphieri was a deliberate, breeder bought, 8 week old puppy....
I can attest that most of the chewing and puppy damage is normal .... I (we) were much more concerned with, her desire to chew EVERYTHING she found out in the yard....not quite knowing exactly what plants, twigs , or other stuff may or may not be toxic to dogs... In fact to reduce much of the shop damage--- I had to look up what I could, and could NOT, allow her to chew on, so I could give her (mostly plastic) Sacrificial morsels to entertain herself with as I puttered about... NOTE neither dog actually ever swallows all the crap they chew up

And yes they both dearly love the Deer poop in the front yard every morning...
Crickets and grass hoppers are just entertaining toys, and the occasional Hornet or Bee is great fun UNTIL Daddy has to administer the Benadryl to relieve the swelling
Fire Ants, Scorpions, and the dreaded Sand Spurs (NutSedge) are avoided as they explore the acreage every day

I suppose some one here may wonder about the Texas French Bulldogs dogs even being aware of the Brit Miss Lilly.... Interesting in that theses (and we have cared for dozens of different breeds) are the first dogs, that seem to actually watch TV, or see photos and react.
They both follow their own shadow, or peer into a mirror and seem to understand that it is NOT a foe but a reflection to have fun with

So when Ian posted the first photos of Miss Lilly, I grabbed the image and full screened it on the 30" monitor...Saphieri... in my lap... looked at Lilly and stared pawing toward the monitor

A final thought..as I said, we have raised and nurtured dozens of wayward dogs--- and this breed was, by far, the very easiest to "House break"

By the time we got this breed, we already had many doggies and the requite doggy door into and out of each shop and main house with already "house broken"dogs present...these two just imitated their brothers and sisters with not much prompting on our part



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