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    Default Re: Hi from the coal region of Pennsylvinia!

    Welcome to the site and sorry to hear about your sweet Maggie. Looking forward in seeing your new pup.
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    Default Re: Hi from the coal region of Pennsylvinia!

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    Just wanted to say hello and introduce myself. Matt from PA and just last week we had to put down our wonderful bully Maggie May. For the past 10 years she was the most enjoyable dog I have ever owned! Needless to say my entire family is devastated. We are at a loss without her. We don't know what to do with ourselves now that she is gone. My wife and I swore that we would never get another dog after her because there's no way we could be that lucky again. Well we lasted about a week and a half. Yesterday was my son's 12th birthday and Maggie was his best friend. When he made a wish before he blew out the candles he said Ruff Ruff since he knew your wish wouldn't come true if you say the name of what you wish for. So guess where I am going this Saturday! Found a good breeder about 2 hrs away who has 3 puppies left. More then likely I would like to get another female. So thats my story for now. I'll be sure to start a new thread when we get our puppy!!

    .... we lost our darling Maggie on 31st May. We were devastated, and still are. We didn't think anything could replace our baby, and we were right, but along came our rescue foster, Bella, who has huffed, puffed, and wiggled her way into her hearts. Another bulldog can't replace the hole left by our Maggies but it sure helps to fill a part of it.

    I can't wait to see more pics!!!

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    Default Re: Hi from the coal region of Pennsylvinia!

    I'm very sorry about Miss Maggie. You've come to the right place. We are like a big family and I'm sure you'll enjoy it here. Like others have said..feel free to tell us about Maggie. 10 years ...I'm certain you have a lot to share! And a new pup..a whole new chapter!

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    Default Re: Hi from the coal region of Pennsylvinia!

    Welcome to our humble home, come in, come in and pull up a seat by the fire

    so sorry for your loss of Maggie I'm sure that during her 10 years she brought you lots of laughter I hope you will share some with us when you are ready to.

    I look forward to the upcoming pics of your son getting his birthday wish xx

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    Default Re: Hi from the coal region of Pennsylvinia!

    WOW! Thanks everyone for the warm welcome! I feel like family already. This website is such a great place and is full of information. I never thought to join a bulldog fourm when we had Maggie. After reading everyone's replys I started looking for older pictures of her and I found some I haven't seen in awhile. I was shocked on how much she changed over the years. I will have to post some of them up. I feels good to know other people are interested in hearing about maggies life and the things I have learned form her. Oh and for the people wondering what part of PA I'm from the town is called Shamokin which is about an hour north of Harrisburg. I'll post some pictures and more of the story on how we got maggie etc as soon as I get the chance. Again it's great to be here!!

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    Default Re: Hi from the coal region of Pennsylvinia!

    Hi and :welcome3 to EBN. I’m so sorry about your family’s loss of Maggie May. I lost one of my best friends earlier this year and miss him much still. We lost his littermate brother last year – they were 12 & 13. What a wonderful birthday wish for your son to make – the love and companionship of a dog is priceless. We got Wilson 3 weeks after Orion passed last year and three weeks after that we rescued Jack, our non bully. I did the same thing, thought for sure I couldn’t get another right away – well that didn’t last either. Then we got Emma soon after Ace passed this year. Now we have a new generation of fur kids that warm our hearts and home again.

    Looking forward to seeing your new addition!
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    Default Re: Hi from the coal region of Pennsylvinia!

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    Most sincere condolences...and congrats are in order. May the new pup help heal your broken hearts.

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    Default Re: Hi from the coal region of Pennsylvinia!

    aw sorry to hear about maggie. yes they sure do bring alot of joy to the household. i cant wait to see pics of your new bully.

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    Default Re: Hi from the coal region of Pennsylvinia!

    Updated my first post with puppy pictures!!!! We just love her so much already!!

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    Default Re: Hi from the coal region of Pennsylvinia! Updated w/ puppy pics!

    Quote Originally Posted by EBD4ever View Post

    Ride home in the car
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    OMG how precious is she!!?? Best of luck and keep the pictures coming
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    Quote Originally Posted by EBD4ever View Post
    Just wanted to say hello and introduce myself. Matt from PA and just last week we had to put down our wonderful bully Maggie May. For the past 10 years she was the most enjoyable dog I have ever owned! Needless to say my entire family is devastated. We are at a loss without her. We don't know what to do with ourselves now that she is gone. My wife and I swore that we would never get another dog after her because there's no way we could be that lucky again. Well we lasted about a week and a half. Yesterday was my son's 12th birthday and Maggie was his best friend. When he made a wish before he blew out the candles he said Ruff Ruff since he knew your wish wouldn't come true if you say the name of what you wish for. So guess where I am going this Saturday! Found a good breeder about 2 hrs away who has 3 puppies left. More then likely I would like to get another female. So thats my story for now. I'll be sure to start a new thread when we get our new puppy.


    Well we went Saturday and picked up our new addition to the family! I am pleased to introduce to EBN our new puppy Isabelle! The kids call her Izzy for short. When we got out of the car and the kids came running outside the first thing my son said was "Maggie would be happy for us dad" Those words really gave me peace with the guilt I was having for getting a new dog so soon. Izzy has been an absolute joy the past 3 days. She's 12 weeks old and the first night the kids slept with her on floor. I got her to go in her crate the second day using a treat then after the kids tired her out I put her in for the night and the wife slept out on the couch in case she needed to go out in the middle of the night. I thought it was going to be a long niight of crying and barking since this was her first time in a crate. She wimpered for about 5 min then I heard nothing. Fell sleep and woke up the next day waiting to see a tired wife that didn't get any sleep. Well that little stinker slept ALL night with no waking up to pee and she didn't mess in her cage! I couldn't belive it and figured it was a fluke and the next night would be hell. Put her in the crate last night without a wimper, and slept all night again with out a mess or pee break!! How could one be so lucky!!! Everyone that came by just loves her and she loves giving kisses!! Here are a few pictures I took of the first day home.

    Ride home in the car
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    pictures!!
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    Thank you for all the love, fun and teachings




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