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    Was wondering if anyone has any bullies that live in harmony with a pet piggy? We recently got my daughter one and I was wondering if they get along.

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    Mine would think it was toy and play with it, or maybe eat it.
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    I remember seeing pictures of a bully and piggy, but not sure if it was a member here or on Facebook
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    I'm not sure actually. They can be so gentle with puppies. But so very intent on destroying toys. I suppose it would depend on how the bully perceived the gp. And the personality of your bully.

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    I am thinking, (that's scary) that someone on this site has a pig and a bully and it all works out good. Can't think who, but I know I have seen pictures of them.

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    Aren't bullies and piggies one and the same?




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    Im not sure but all I can say is I need pictures!

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    Well, it was soooo sweet! Mac brought a toy and tried to give it to the piggy (Snugz). Then he just laid down and stared at him in my daughters lap. Sorry no pictures since as I started walking to the kitchen, he got up and followed me.

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    awwww how sweet!!
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    Always a source of surprise, these bulldogs. I am glad their first meeting went so very well. However, I would make sure the two didn't have any interaction without close supervision. (Sure this goes without my saying, but still.) We have a lot of cats, both inside and out. Winston is very good with them, but his usual response is snuffling at them, licking them, and then he tries to lift that front paw over them and stand over them. I suppose he's trying to claim them as his, but the cats really don't like it very much and have learned to RUNAWAY! at the first sign of pawlift. I have no doubt that Winston's next move, if allowed, would be chewing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tracy T View Post
    Always a source of surprise, these bulldogs. I am glad their first meeting went so very well. However, I would make sure the two didn't have any interaction without close supervision. (Sure this goes without my saying, but still.) We have a lot of cats, both inside and out. Winston is very good with them, but his usual response is snuffling at them, licking them, and then he tries to lift that front paw over them and stand over them. I suppose he's trying to claim them as his, but the cats really don't like it very much and have learned to RUNAWAY! at the first sign of pawlift. I have no doubt that Winston's next move, if allowed, would be chewing.
    Most definitely Tracy! Cleo is the snuffer, and then she puts her butt up in the air trying to get him to play with her. They don't try to get in the cage or anything, Mac just smells it and leaves it alone. It was really sweet though when he tried to give him the toy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tracy T View Post
    Always a source of surprise, these bulldogs. I am glad their first meeting went so very well. However, I would make sure the two didn't have any interaction without close supervision. (Sure this goes without my saying, but still.) We have a lot of cats, both inside and out. Winston is very good with them, but his usual response is snuffling at them, licking them, and then he tries to lift that front paw over them and stand over them. I suppose he's trying to claim them as his, but the cats really don't like it very much and have learned to RUNAWAY! at the first sign of pawlift. I have no doubt that Winston's next move, if allowed, would be chewing.

    Bulldogs and cats - My cats stay away from the dogs fro the most part. When Zelda was a pup she would chase the cats. Sometimes she'd catch them. When she did she would just sit on them and lick them. Needless to say, the two cats she did that to are not intimidated by the dogs at all. HO HUM

    As to Bullys and other small animal - it would depend very much on the bully If said bully has a strong PREY drive, forget it, the piggy is dinner. If it has a strong Play drive (like Zelda) the piggy might get hurt unintentionally. If neither is one of those drive are operative It might be safe unless the dog decides the pig is a pup and tries to carry it around in his mouth.

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