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Firestorm8215 wrote: Oh I think he will be just fine with your family , its other people getting close to his family he may not appreciate... :laugh:
And those Bulldogs practically dont feel any pain. At least mine doesnt. His skin is so thick , its hard for the Vet to even give him his shots. And smart...they are too smart for their own good.


Yeah, dogs that feel know pain are so much fun.
Especially when they do not realise that you DO feel pain, when they run you over or hit you like a cannonball!!! :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:

I shouldn't laugh over this , but my Bull-Terriers have bumped into so many people, and had them fall on their butts, once they are in the woods and are doing a full "Bull-run".

My pup did a Bull-run 2 days ago in the house and he was faster and stronger than me and my wife together, trying to grab him... :silly:
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Firestorm8215 wrote: What a cute new baby. I have an Old English Bulldog myself. Really looking forward to updates on yours. be prepared. They can be crazy protective. Mine is usually one of the most laid back dogs you will ever meet. But one time this guy walked up to my car , when I was in it alone , and he turned into Cujo. :pinch:


I keep pinching myself, to make sure this isn't a dream... and I always surpervise him with her, because kids, don't know, and with my daughter having ASD, she sometimes just dosen't understand.


Sorry, but ASD ?
I only know that as Atrium Septum Defect, but what does it stand for in English?


autisum, well she's on the spectrum....
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Firestorm8215 wrote: Oh I think he will be just fine with your family , its other people getting close to his family he may not appreciate... :laugh:
And those Bulldogs practically dont feel any pain. At least mine doesnt. His skin is so thick , its hard for the Vet to even give him his shots. And smart...they are too smart for their own good.



smart?, put it this way, he's only be with us 4 hours, and I can already lead him on a leash, and he basiclly knows him name already...My wife's dog took up till recently to learn on a leash....so yeah, he's smart :)
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my pug was dumb as a rock. He knew his name, but if anything changed, you had to teach him all over again. He used a brick to get up the steps, and if you put the brick a little to the left or right of its normal spot, he'd be completely confused.

I loved that dog. I hope you have as many happy years with this one as I had with my puggy.
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Firestorm8215 replied the topic: Re: My Turn for some cutness :)

Ours brought us his waterbowl a couple of hours after we brought him home , because it was empty. :)
On the other hand , I had a German Shepard that almost drowned in a waterbucket... :dry:
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Nina_W wrote: my pug was dumb as a rock. He knew his name, but if anything changed, you had to teach him all over again. He used a brick to get up the steps, and if you put the brick a little to the left or right of its normal spot, he'd be completely confused.


LOL, i know what you mean. I thought my dog was everage in the brains department till the other day when i threw the ball and it landed in an empty flower pot, it was huge she could almost fit in there if she wanted, but she just stood there staring into it for ages. She kept coming back and forth to me wanting help then just sat there whining and the thing was only inches away from here nose!

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Go check this out:

hyperboleandahalf.blogspot.com/2010/07/dog.html

It's really worth the read.
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Noddy replied the topic: Re: My Turn for some cutness :)

Well, when i throw a slice of beloni meat to my old bul and it lands on his head , he'll be searching the whole house...dumber than dumb.... :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:
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LOL i`m so glad our dogs cant read or use the internet, they`d pack up and run away from home if they read this thread :laugh:

and that link is hilarious Nina, my dogs a licker too, licks walls, floors, me, anything she walks past, i don`t know why but i think its a security thing because she came from a rescue place i don`t know what sort of life she had before.

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Highlander0423 replied the topic: Re: My Turn for some cutness :)

Noddy wrote: Well, when i throw a slice of beloni meat to my old bul and it lands on his head , he'll be searching the whole house...dumber than dumb.... :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:


I can so this happening LOL!....to funny.. Yeah he's is up and at it again, she had a necking session with mom, and now she destoying a stuffed rabbit we just gave him LOL. wow i love this dog to bits already, and he's only been here 4 hours LOL!.
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