Hi, OMG. He is so super cute. With walks, every bully is different, so you have to gage it by your individual dog. I have two EB's, they are siblings, and litter mates, they are both 21 months old, and weigh 45 lbs each. They are so different from each other, and have very different personalities. I have a male named Bulldozer, who we call Dozer, but sometimes he gets called Dozey, because he's so lazy. Lol. He is the most laid back guy, who would love nothing better than to sleep all day, and cuddle. He absolutely hates to walk, and will walk for about 10 minutes, then flop, and refuse to go any further. I feel bad because we take his sister Blossom for longer walks. She loves to walk, and is so full of energy all the time, she would walk for hours, if I let her, but this is not good for bullies either. Some things you want to look out for and watch, are the weather. It doesn't say where you are from, I am from Canada, and we get extreme heat, and extreme cold temperatures, neither of which EB's tolerate very well. They don't handle the heat very well, and so need to be closely monitored in warm weather. You don't want to let them out for very long if the weather is too hot, as they can overheat easily, and will pant. And very quickly can become sick, or die. When it is hot we go out for our longer walks early in the morning, or later in the evening when it is cooler, at these times, we can walk for 15 or 20 minutes, and we let them have a run at the park, or down by the river behind our house. During the day on a hot day, we will only go out for a quick pee or poop, and then back inside in the air conditioning. On a cold day, we will go on shorter long walks, usually no more than 15 or 20 minutes, and they will wear a sweater. The rest of the day, is short potty breaks. At this time of the year, or in the spring it is perfect weather for them to be outside, and for longer walks, and you don't have to worry about the temperatures. You still have to watch that they don't over exercise, and should look out for panting, excessive drooling, breathing hard, or breathing problems, you don't want to over do it. Like I said, each bully is different, and some can, and like to walk more than others, and have more stamina than others. For a first walk, I would try a short 15 to 20 minute walk, and watch him. Look for the signs, of panting, drooling, tiredness, or any distress, and bring lots of water for him to drink. If he has no signs of the above, and he likes to walk, then you can go on longer walks, as long as its not too hot or too cold. EB's don't require too much exercise, but they do need some to keep healthy, and keep their weight down, as well as so they don't become bored. Start with a short walk, and then gage by his personality, and how he does, and then you can adjust it longer or shorter, according to how he does. Be aware of the Puparazzi, and be prepared to take an hour to walk a block, because everyone will gravitate to your bully, and the cuteness factor. When we walk with our guys, everyone wants to pet them, and talk, and so many people ask to take their pictures with their cell phones, cameras, or I-pads. It's so funny, and takes us forever to walk down the road. Enjoy.