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Name: lindalu | Date: Apr 2nd, 2007 2:07 PM
I would say depending on the size of the house that sure it can be a form of excersize. If you have a large house that he can run freely. If you feel it isnt enough, take him for a walk atleast once a day. Dont over due it...He is a English bull dog they can be sensitive to extreme heat and cold. Only small walks! 

Name: Dawn C. | Date: Apr 2nd, 2007 6:09 PM
Hi kwillie-I have a male English Bulldog aprox. 1 year old.

They do not require a lot of exersize. Mine too plays with our German Shepherd in the house and back yard. A SHORT walk every other day or so will be more than enough for your pup. Have fun with your baby!! Bullies are the BEST! 

Name: lindalu | Date: Apr 3rd, 2007 3:39 PM
If you scroll through some of the posts you will find a lot of helpfull advice on English bulldogs. That bread seems to very populare here. 

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Name: Dawn C. | Date: Apr 6th, 2007 8:38 PM
I could be wrong but don't believe this is a ligitimate organization.

I went to the web page and they have pure bred English and French bulldog puppies. I don't think anyone would abandon those types of puppies. They are worth way too much money. An English Bulldog pup can go anywhere from $1800-$4000 each.

Also, any reputable rescue organization will not ship English Bulldogs because they have breathing issues. This place says it is in the Philipines. A breeder or broker will ship...not a rescue organization. Do as you please but I would do a lot of research before i sent them any donations. Just my opinion : ) 

Name: Ange | Date: Apr 12th, 2007 8:03 PM
I have two english bulldogs. One boy and one girl, and they are both a year old. The boy will turn two in June, and the girl will be two in November. The great thing about the breed is that it doesn't take much to exert them. One walk around the block and they should be exhausted when they come home. As much as my two bullies play with one another, nothing compares to a nice stroll. Its a consistent excersise because they are continously moving. But like most people I don't do it every day, but often enough and when I have the time. If its nice out or if I notice in the evening they more energetic then I would really like them to be, I take them for a walk. I honestly would reccommend two to three walks a week. That's what me and my fiance do. But sometimes life events come up and they go on the back burner. But that's ok. Just as long as their guts aren't touching the ground, because that's when they can have serious problems with weight. 

Name: Ange | Date: Apr 12th, 2007 8:09 PM
Also, I bought my puppies and they were shipped to me via plane...and my dogs are wonderful and healthy. There is nothing wrong with shipping dogs. Proffessional breeders are always importing sires from different countries to produce championship breeds, including English Bulldogs because of the cause interbreeding can have on the litters. 

Name: Dawn C. | Date: Apr 13th, 2007 7:24 PM
Hi Ange-My Bully Tank is 1 1/2 now : ) He was shipped to the breeder then I went and picked him up. The point I was making was that brokers and breeders will ship...not rescue organizations. Any rescue group I have ever had contact with (4)refused to put them on a plane so I thought the above post sounded a little fishy. They could be ligitimate...I don't know.

Another important thing for Bully parents to know...PLEASE do the scratching for them!!! LOL! Because of their compact muscular bodies, the poor things can not bend in half like a typical dog and therefore can't get their mouths on something that itches. My guy can't even get his hind leg up to scratch and he is not over weight at all. Poor things! lol. He will sit there in absolute bliss for hours when we give him his rub downs : )) 

Name: lindalu | Date: Apr 14th, 2007 2:40 PM
Be sure to give their cute little faces a whole lot of kisses! They love kisses! LOL!!!! 

Name: yveeb29 | Date: Apr 18th, 2007 12:27 AM
I have a question. I have a bulldog and I cant understand why he smells like a mixture between fritos and dirty socks even after you bathe him. 

Name: Dawn C. | Date: Apr 18th, 2007 7:16 AM
LMAO yveeb29!!! OMG...you hit the nail right on the head with that description!

Mine (Tank) gets that way too sometimes. Are you keeping his wrinkles dry? I wipe Tank's face wrinkles with UNSCENTED baby wipes once a day and put CORNSTARCH baby powder on him 2x a week. Try not to bathe your Bully more than once a week. I use an oatmeal base dog shampoo. Try this for a month and if he is still stinky, take him to a vet. He might have a skin allergy that is making him smell ripe. Allergies are common in Bullies and there are meds that will clear him up if that is the case : ) 

Name: missing_him001 | Date: May 8th, 2007 2:12 AM
english bull dogs require alot of exercise casue if their size u should take ur dog ur dog for walks pretty much everyday if u don't want it to have health problems 

Name: Alex_rulez | Date: May 13th, 2007 2:46 AM

Name: Dawn C. | Date: May 13th, 2007 9:40 AM
Yes Alex...small walks are more than enough for bullies: ) 

Name: eace | Date: Jul 4th, 2007 11:03 PM

Name: Jennifer | Date: Apr 29th, 2008 5:41 PM
I just got my 9week old bully pup last night! I am a first time bulldog owner and although I researched for a year before I got him I would love any firsthand advice anyone would care to offer! Thanks! 

Name: Jason | Date: Jun 17th, 2008 12:57 PM
My english bulldog is 5 months old and walks weird. He drags his paws a lot when walking so if he is walking on a hard surface he swings his legs out to the side to avoid this. Is this something I should be concerned with? 

Name: [email protected] | Date: Jul 27th, 2008 8:55 PM
my old english bulldog stinks, we take him to get groomed, but his skin just stinks, is this normal, or are we doing something wrong lol? 

Name: cj | Date: Aug 18th, 2008 1:20 AM
I just adopted a English Bulldog he is 4 years old and not house broke. Any suggestion on a good way to do this? This breed is new to me and I hear the have senitive stomachs, What is the best food to feed?
Thanks for the help. CJ 

Name: Mollie | Date: Sep 19th, 2008 2:48 AM
I've bulldogs all my life and am looking to add another one to the bunch. My male passd away last year and I think I am finally ready. Can anyone tell me where I can find a young adult male, already house broken to purchase? I'm not sure if I want to get just one...I was thinking maybe an intact male and female...Any suggestions would be helpful..I also live in AL. so if anyone knows any good breeders, that would be great. 

Name: Charlie | Date: Sep 28th, 2008 3:45 PM
does anyone know how to correct fly away ears on an english bulldog? Were trying to show her and this is something we need to correct. Thanks to all who respond. 

Name: Gina | Date: Oct 4th, 2008 2:28 AM
we just got a english bulldog 8 wks old. His mom and dad are both registered man we bought him from showed us the papers and we did she the mother which is an english bulldog. We noticed after we got him he has webbed feet. My question is can any english bulldog have web feet? Please reply thanks 

Name: charlie | Date: Oct 17th, 2008 11:00 AM
Cj, For a senitive stomach or skin. We use Pro Plan. They have food just for this. You can call them if needed. We have great luck
with this. The food is a salmon formula. good luck to you and any one this helps. 

Name: marcy | Date: Dec 28th, 2008 6:19 PM
i am interested in buying a bulldog soon but i am worried about their health problems. i love animals but i am unwilling to get a dog that will a myriad of expensive health problems. can anyone info me 

Name: VINCE | Date: Feb 20th, 2009 6:13 AM

Name: eileen | Date: Mar 5th, 2009 4:00 PM
I need help, we rescued a 7mnth old english bulldog and we have had her four 4mnths, she is mouthing all of us alot, and jumping up on everyone. Is this normal for this breed, and what should i be doing to correct her besides telling her no, and giving her chew toys??? I 

Name: Jen | Date: Mar 25th, 2009 10:50 PM
Our new english bulldog puppy always biting our feet/jeans...what should I do? 

Name: heather smith | Date: Apr 24th, 2009 11:31 PM
hello! all i have been looking for an english bulldog for my daughter who is going to become a vet. i found an ad on the inter net and found an ad for free bullies. the thing with that is that i want to know if it is safe to send shipping money to this lady who lives in west cameroon her email address is [email protected] she wants me to transfer money to her so she can put the puppy on a plane. we have gotten a boxer shipped to us from breeders direct. which i feel they are not very thorough in researching their breeder and a lot of famous people buy their dog through them. we got our dog very sick. so i have been looking for an english bulldog who is free and i could possible come to pick the puppy up. we are not looking for gain in this we are wanting to love some little baby to call ours. my daughter has always loved the breed and has red up on this breed they take a lot to manage and she is will to give the time. she has been so disappoint in past few months with all these ad for free and they want plane air fare. which i wouldn't have a problem with if i could trust sending my money. if anyone can help us please let us know. 

Name: heather h. | Date: May 12th, 2009 12:36 PM
bully is a great name !!aggrreee?? 

Name: wayne | Date: May 15th, 2009 9:40 PM
Do bulldogs stink naturally? 

Name: tammykaye | Date: Jun 1st, 2009 3:44 PM
i have a english bull dog he is 1 year old and his name is duke when i bath him it is like he is allery too the soap what can i bath him in 

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