Hi Elizabeth, I'm just reading this post now, and I'm sorry you didn't get a response to your earlier post, I haven't been home today as I babysit my grandson, and I'm sure the timing of your post at 12:30 in the morning might also have to do with it as many people may have been sleeping at this time. I have never seen anyone post on here that didn't get a response or help from our members. We always try to help, or give reassurance and advice whenever we can.
I understand your worries and fears about George going under anesthetic, as there is always a risk with surgery, even with people. I also understand how you feel about your baby, we all feel the same way about our bullies, they are like our children, and we worry about them. Bullies do have increased risks due to their breathing issues, but if you have a good vet and one that has experience with bulldogs and you are comfortable with him, and you have asked him the questions you have, he will be fine. I had my male bully Bulldozer neutered and his sister Blossom spayed when they were 7 months old, and Blossom also had surgery on both her eyes for cherry eye. They both did well and had no complications and both had quick recoveries. What kind of surgery is George having? Is he staying overnight or coming home the same day? Our guys both came home the same day after staying in recovery for the day. The hardest part was keeping them quiet and not jumping or playing while they were healing, but the healing was quick, and within a week they were both back to themselves. I wish you and George good luck tomorrow, I'm sure he will be fine, I know you will worry until it's over and he's back home. Please keep us posted on how he's doing. Sending love, hugs and prayers your way.