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    Default Re: English bulldog puppy looks a little different?

    Quote Originally Posted by Nancynoo View Post
    Thank you all for your replies!!

    I think I’m worried because her head and body are narrower than my Nancy was, and she does have a look of Oeb to me. Here is my Nancy at her age...

    Her behaviour is totally different to my experience of EB too, she’s more like a terrier. Very yappy, very high energy, growly and wired! Plus I can’t even hear her breathing when she’s sleeping let alone snoring ��
    I just compared both together and the new one has more wrinkles than Nancy had. Believe me, you will have EB that’s extremely high in energy n wired up. We are so use seeing and hearing EB are lazy n sleeps all day. That’s up to the owners to keep their dogs active. Any breed.

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    Nancy was an adorable baby, we would love to see her grown up current pictures please!
    You know, within one litter some puppies are classified like having dog show potential, because their looks is 150% with the standard, and they are sold for big bucks with breeding perspectives, and their brothers and sisters coming from the same parents with dog show awards, are predicted to have only pet quality, and sold two or three times cheaper. Not every bulldog is born the same. It’s like with people - we all have eyes, ears, mouth and body, but not all of us are considered beautiful enough to participate in beauty contestthe same with dogs! Only some of them have exceptional bulldog looks! I myself am absolutely insane about every bulldog trait - I adore these flat faces, nose ropes, rose shaped ears, underbite, skew little toothies, wrinkles, big front paws, crooked tails, high butts, funny roll, prancing hind legs, snores, drools and farts and don’t want any alterations to the breed standard. I want bulldogs to be those British oddities they supposed to be. But it is actually very good that her breathing is quiet and she doesn’t snore. It means less stress and vet expenses for owner and happier and probably longer life for herself!

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    And energy...don’t believe that all bulldogs are couch potatoes, NEVER! My bulldog is very active and makes me tired with his activities. Have to restrict him otherwise he will kill himself.

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    Default Re: English bulldog puppy looks a little different?

    Quote Originally Posted by Nancynoo View Post
    Thank you!!!
    What a cutie pie! What looks different to you?
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