We have a 6 year old male bulldog, Wilson, who has become increasingly aggressive, attacking 5 different aduts in the past 5 years, one of whom required stitches on his hand. He has also attacked me twice drawing blood. In reviewing the events, most involved either someone reaching to pet him or picking a non-food item off the floor. Once it was a small piece of tissue and the other night, it was a game tile that fell off the table. My husband and I are both in our 70's and our adult daughter lives with us. Our 6 year old grandson visits frequently and is afraid of Wilson. He has not been attacked yet, but we worry about the future possibility of it happening.
We live in Conroe, Texas, about 35 miles north of Houston.
Wilson was purchased from a very reputable breeder, Houston English Bulldogs. He is a very good-looking bulldog in excellent health. He has regular vet visits and has been neutered. His vet can be contacted at Aminal Clinic of the Woodlands, 281-298-7387. He would do best as the only dog with an experienced bulldog owner. We are seniors and Wilson is much stronger than we are. He acts very submissive around experienced dog owners, crawling behavior. He enjoys being with my husband, but doesn't like to share his attention.