Well, I'm not going to hope for anything special, since you take what you get, right? My husband keeps saying he likes them the way they are, he wishes they'd just stay like they are. But that's not what they're supposed to do. I have mixed feelings. I love them as puppies and it's sort of sad to see them grow-up, but then it's also exciting to see them change and become big girls.
There is nothing nicer than two sweet Bully girls, unless it's THREE sweet Bully girls!!
Julie, Gertie, Ida & Clementine in Az.
I've enjoyed the whole growing and changing cycle with Samson. Loved him as a puppy and love him as my big boy. I must say though, I still have his baby collar, it's SOOO small and when I look at it sometimes I wish we could go back for a moment because he really was the cutest puppy I have ever seen.
"Looking at a bulldog is said to cure the worse of the blues, living with one, serves to prevent them!" -Author unknown