Thank you all for the kind words after our loss. Buster was the perfect bully in all ways. Sweet, loving, cuddly - and spoiled rotten of course. He had turned 8 in Oct and was doing great. Then suddenly one night he started having seizures and we rushed him to the emergency clinic. After the second nigiht, they were at a loss of what was causing him to seize. He had had blue spells as a puppy, and they thought maybe epilepsy. Drs. referred us to Dogwood in Richmond for an MRI. We went the next morning only to get the results that Buster had an inoperable brain tumor. They were amazed he showed no symptoms at all before the seizures because it was a massive tumor. It really tore us up needless to say. But, we have a lot of love to share and will be getting a bulldog puppy Jan 29.