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If you are not able or desirous of working diligently to train your dog correctly (e.g., puppy classes, obedience, etc…), please, for the sake of yourself and the dog, find another breed to live with. Mini Bulls love their people and need companionship as well as supervision. They are not to be left alone in the yard or home, as a rule. If unsupervised, the dogs should be crated or in a kennel run. Too much time alone may contribute to neurotic, destructive behaviors. Two other situations requiring supervision/avoidance are children/people roughhousing and interaction with other dogs, particularly if one or both are unaltered.
Identify your Miniature Bull Terrier with collar tags in case it is lost. AKC Companion Animal Recovery (CAR) offers a free dog tag with recovery information and a 24-hour toll-free hotline to help locate owners 7 days a week. For further protection, register your dog’s permanent tattoo or microchip with AKC CAR. Call 800-252-7894 or go to www.akccar.org for more information. Health The life span for healthy Mini Bulls is 10-12 years. The most recent health surveys identify the 5 major health problems for the breed as: • Lens luxation/glaucoma—which most commonly exhibits between the ages of 3-8 years • Heart—subaortic stenosis, mitral valve dysplasia, etc.— which exhibits clinical signs after the age of 4-5 yrs, most commonly • Kidney failure—which may occur at any age • Tail chasing —which may be a sign of neurological disorders that may/may not respond to behavioral modifications • Deafness—which is usually present from birth The latter three are less commonly occurring in the Miniature than in the Standard Bull Terrier, however there are signs of increasing numbers of affected Minis. If any of these conditions affect your dog, we strongly suggest you contact your dog’s breeder. Reputable, trustworthy breeders should be able to provide testing results (e.g., a yearly eye exam performed by a Veterinary Opthamologist; a Doppler EKG by a Veterinary Cardiologist) from the sire/dam to potential buyers. This will, at the very least, alert buyers to what kind of problems, if any, may be expected for their new puppy. Certainly the older the age of the sire/dam at the time of testing the more valid and predictive of the progeny’s health this will be....to read the other interesting article please click on here...
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