My aunt has been having a lot of problems with her bulldog Chops for awhile now and has been asking for my help in solving his behavior problems. The problem is that she lives in Kentucky so it's hard for me to describe exactly how she can fix his issues in facebook messages, since I'm not there to physically train him and help her. He's about three years old (I think) and hasn't been neutered but I was able to covince her to have him fixed and he has an appointment scheduled in March. He's a large, stubborn boy like the typical bulldog breed and my aunt is old and he is really starting to hurt her and my family is concerned that he is actually going to injure her. Chops is her world and she refuses to give him up, even though family members have told her she should and I really admire her for sticking by him. Some of his problems are: Jumping up on her and knocking her down Mounting and humping her Being "bossy" and bullying my aunt into giving him treats and her chair to sit in And today she messaged me saying he went after a child who sat by his food bowl while he was eating. He growled and then put his teeth on the child. She said he didn't break skin or actually bite him but she is terribly shook up and worried about what could happen next if she can't get him under control. She has gotten him a crate which he loves and has been using it for time outs but she says time outs aren't working. I have made a few youtube tutorials for her and advised her on how to teach him to lay down and stay but she says he isn't listening to her and just bullying the treats from her. If anyone could please give me some advice or methods to relay to her to help her and Chops out that would be so wonderful! If only I could physically be there to help train and walk him I know he'd be a better, obedient dog. She keeps saying that she knows she's made mistakes by not training him when he was younger and that his problems are her fault but she is adament that no matter what she won't get rid of him. I really need some help so that we can turn this strongwilled boy into a boy with manners.