unfortunately, we have to find a new forever home for our beautiful bulldog girl.
My daughter is nearly 2 years old and sadly they won't get along as puppy is so strong and every time she jump on my daughter and she's falling down and crying....
We tried to teach her not to jump but she does it regardless so I end up carrying my daughter around the house as she's too scare to walk.well she can't evan walk once I put her on the ground dog is running straight to my daughter and bring her down.
Not good for a child neither for a puppy. We can't spend time all together as a family and puppy must be kept separately most of the time and its not the life I want for her...
we love her so much but we had to make a decision to let her go to the family that would give her all the love and attention that she deserves.
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Thank you xxx
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One of the most popular breeds, the English Bulldogs, also called British Bulldogs, are appealing canine companions to own. Their menacing looks are a direct opposite of their winsome personality, which adds more to their charm.