We are considering taking in a 75 lb rescue that i have not met in person. I saw a pic but it was of just the dog with nothing in the background to compare his size to. I can't wrap my head around how big that actually is since bulldogs don't carry weight like other dogs and my two are only 35 and 45 lbs. I can't get a mental picture a bulldog double that. If you have a really big EB, could you post a pic of him/her hopefully next to something easy to gauge their size against? 75 lbs seems so huge to me.
breeding, he is likely extremely overweight. So its very possible he's the same size as yours, but with just a massive roll of fat wrapped around him. If you want him to last very long, hopefully a diet will be in order (to the tune of 20lbs). But it depends on the overall size.
I will have to tag Dudley's mom… I think Mr. Dudley was packing in at about 70lbs. @DudleysMom
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Banks at oone time (around age two) was 70 lbs.... she is now running around 60-63 Lbs. I can post a pic of the 70 lb vrsion when I get home tonight
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