Hi, and Welcome to EBN. Congratulations on your new baby Chloe. I'm so sorry about the loss of your other baby ( sorry I don't know her name ). Every bully or dog is different from each other, they all have their own personalities and quirks. How long have you had her? She is still quite young, and if you haven't had her that long, she may just be adjusting to her new home and surroundings, and may just need time and patience. Or it may just be Chloe. She may have a more timid or shy personality, and she may not be as energetic or playful as your first bully. I have two Ebs, a make Bulldozer, and a female Blossom, they are siblings and littermates, so you would think they would be similar in personality and behaviour. They have different colouring, markings and even body shape. Dozer is much leaner than Blossom, and is all Tan or Fawn in colour, and Blossom is much stockier and is mostly white with tan markings. They are nothing alike, Bulldozer is very laid back (lazy), which is why we call him Dozey. Lol. He doesn't like to walk, he loves to sleep, and he is just a big snuggle muffin. He loves to sleep beside you and snore all day. We have to bribe him with a treat just to get him to come out of his crate in the morning or to go outside. He is also not as strong as his sister, and has many health problems with food allergies and skin problems related to his allergies and immune system. Blossom has so much energy, she loves to go on long long walks, and is always in play mode, she will snuggle when she is ready and on her terms, and only when she's tired. She is totally food motivated and is the Diva, and Boss. She always tries to bully Dozer. Lol. We love both of them, and we love their different personalities. Just like human children from the same parents, each child is unique with their own looks, traits, personalities and abilities.
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