Not sure what you're asking exactly?
Many bullys are needy dogs and shadow (follow) their owners.
There's no such thing as 'too much' closeness, lol
Some breeds would find this uncomfortable as well as many
people an invasion of their space, and that's perfectly normal.
My Cami, if on the rare occasion she falls asleep on the sofa and
too lazy to go to bed w/me, if she wakes up during the night ALONE,
she will give a sharp, single bark to come get her! It makes me laugh
EVERY time, it's so ridiculous
But, if you need to set some boundaries for your sake and she's okay
with it (not anxious, crying, depressed...okay! Just don't think you're
encouraging behavior that, for the most part, is really, a bully's normal
desire. I read once that bulldogs were one of the few breeds so attached,
so loyal & so desired to just be with their owners that most had NO desire
to leave them and/or their yards. Being with us IS their reason for being,
just born & breed into their big, bully hearts <3
Please forgive me if I've missed your post's true intent!