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    Quote Originally Posted by Zedsded View Post
    �� So it seems everyone feels the Same! Good to know its not just us imagining it! And here's a few photos of our little guy.Attachment 88250Attachment 88251Attachment 88252Attachment 88253
    Seriously?? Dudley is wayyy tooo cute!!!
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    I honestly believe the term "a breed apart" was coined for bulldogs! I have had quite a selection of breeds throughout my life but none of them are like a bulldog. They really do make you laugh and can make you so frustrated (often at the same time!) because of their stubbornness. It took me many years to get my husband to agree to get one but now he is well and truly hooked! Wonderful dogs!
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    My girl is like no other dog I really do thinks these bully's just steal your had from the moment you bring them home there so loving, loyal and full of character.


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    Quote Originally Posted by 1Chumly View Post
    I honestly believe the term "a breed apart" was coined for bulldogs! I have had quite a selection of breeds throughout my life but none of them are like a bulldog. They really do make you laugh and can make you so frustrated (often at the same time!) because of their stubbornness. It took me many years to get my husband to agree to get one but now he is well and truly hooked! Wonderful dogs!
    We totally agree! And we thought about getting one for ten years and then finally took the plunge! And YES he TOTALLY owns both of us

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    Really nice to hear all your thoughts on this guys �� they really are special little dogs

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    I have had a couple of different breeds and I have loved them all like my children, my border collie was so special to me, I rescued her and she was a loving loyal beautiful easy going dog, when she passed is when we got our first and only bulldog, I will agree they are like no other, their emotions are human like that's is one of the things that make Bazza different, you certainly know when he is sad, when he is happy, he sulks when told off, etc, they wear their hearts on their sleeves. It would be hard not to wanna own more and more
    I have found that when you are deeply troubled, there are things you get from the devoted companionship of a dog that you can get from no other source

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    I agree w/what the others have stated… bullies are their "own" breed absolutely!!! I would also like to add that in our home I had my beloved boxer Roxie, and she lived thru having 4 bulldogs in our home!!! She actually learned traits from the bulldogs… it was hysterical. She started going along w/whatever madness our bulldogs were doing at the time, and we always laughed because she was SO much bigger than them. I guess she figured she might as well join in on the madness… Lol

    Dudley is super cute… Welcome to EBN!!!

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    RIP Wellie, Bella, Winston & Roxie

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    Dudley is on handsome boy -- agree with the others -- you are so owned by him and how could you not be.

    I use to work at a dog daycare and every breed you could think of came in at some point -- only two connected with me because they have their own personalities .. Bulldogs and French Bulldogs. I love all canines, but to me, the Bulldog has more character and unique personality than the others.
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    I've had other breeds but none like a Bulldog, they are special. I think for me the love is so great because they do truly need me like no other dog has ever before. They come to ask me for things and my interaction with them is much more parent/child like than owner/dog like... My bulldogs even have their own room and their own special beds and blankets and I tuck them in every night, I have my special routines with them like I've never had with any dog before. I can't stand leaving them even for a day and sometimes when I look at them sleeping I get overwhelmed by how much I love them. It's scary in a way but totally worth it <3

    Dudley is adorable you wont think it's possible but you'll love him more and more for every single day, enjoy
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    I had my first bulldog a long time ago. When my dad came over and had been around her for a little while, he said laughingly, "well, that dog certainly covers the ground she walks on!" I often think of that statement. Bullies have such BIG personalities and they tend to get their way. Every time I've lost one, I just can't believe that the world can just go on without this huge personality in it!

    I've always had boxers too, and I love them just as much, but it's just different. @ddnene Tracey, my bullies have always used their paws just like boxers. (but not Winnie though--no boxer now) And my first bully, Daisy, helped raise our litter of boxer puppies--she was really good at it too!

    Dudley is adorable! You're so lucky to have found him!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RiiSi View Post
    I have never owned any other breed of dog and never will. Bully's are really not just dogs, they're bulldogs, a breed and species of their own.Attachment 88249
    Perfectly put!!

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    bulldogs are actually humans trapped in a dog's body.
    Hug your bully today

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