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    to EBN.... I have nothing to add,,, just want to welcome you and tell you again how cute your baby is

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sherry View Post
    You are right about the toes. I agree with David, if you do get this puppy, which I'm sure you will (since you already love him) consider buying insurance for him. He's absolutely adorabull

    I ditto Sherry's thought on insurance. Even if after a year or so you decide to drop the coverage, lots of little things can crop up as a puppy. It is well worth the security.
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    Awwww I think he is adorable. He does seem a bit pigeoned toed and his toes are also splayed a bit, but as long as he gets around well I think he will be fine. He does also seem to have a lot of webbing in between his toes, the only thing I could state there is you will need to consider those 'wrinkles' and keep them clean. He will of course continue to grow and change so to know how his feet will actually end up, I cannot be certain. Just like bulldogs in general, their paws come in different shapes and sizes as well.

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    Thank you all for the inputs and the welcomes. My wife and I did in fact decided to take the risk and get the puppy. But unfortunately, we were a bit too late. Some other takers payed for the dog before we did

    I was heartbroken. But at least I found this forum I guess

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    That's a bummer and I would have been a bummed too. The right one for you two will come around - things happen for a reason and there's another wonderful bully out there just waiting for you two. And like you said, you found us.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EKen53 View Post
    Thank you all for the inputs and the welcomes. My wife and I did in fact decided to take the risk and get the puppy. But unfortunately, we were a bit too late. Some other takers payed for the dog before we did

    I was heartbroken. But at least I found this forum I guess
    You were right to check with something you were concerned about --- even at the risk of being "late to the table". Purchasing any puppy should we a well thought out process and if you feel something's hinky about something; you are probably right. Trust your gut.

    Bea had a hernia when I got her. Umbilical. Pretty common. But I did all kinds of research -- just to be sure it would be OK. I had already fallen for her from the second she came out ---- so you know, I was "hooked" already but I asked around and read everything possible anyway.

    I have insurance for both of my dogs -- including the hip dysplasia up-charge (Trupanion). I've never made a claim yet -- knock on wood. Sure, it's probably considered expensive -- but I don't see it that way at all. The peace of mind I get? PRICELESS. And I mean every syllable of that. I'd give up cable TV or food in order for them to be insured. Period.

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    Sorry you were too late. But the right pup for you is out there. In fact I applaud you for taking the time and effort to do a bit of research instead of just jumping in there!! And of course you found us!!! Keep us informed as you search for your bully!!! Can't wait to see him/her!!!!

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    Hello,

    He is a very cute looking bulldog.

    The honest answer is that his toes do spread apart too much. Should not be any concern for health or quality of life.

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