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by Neil
(Wigan Uk)

We rescued Bronty from the dogs home at 10 months old after losing our SBT of 19 years. He is fantastic around other dogs and never shows any aggression.

If the other dog growls he just turns away. He is very very stubborn but when in the mood will do anything he is asked.

He can sleep for Britain and snore for Europe.

If he has had a good walk a couple of miles and so time off the lead he is very well behaved.

We can leave him alone for 2 or 3 hours but have not tried any longer. We often take him away at the weekend to dog friendly pubs or hotels.

He always gets lots of attention form people and he thrives on it.

Our children are grown up now but with friends children he is very gentle but could early knock a small child by accident over when he’s playing.

I don’t think I would ever get a different breed after Bronty.

I have had Labradors, an Old English Sheep Dog, a Jack Russell, and a Staffy,but this guy is class and full of life just a big lovable pudding!

Janice Here from Dog Breeds Expert

WOW, what a dog. You must have trained him well unless he just came that way.

Gotta love the hat, too! Thank you so much for sharing. I hope others will see what wonderful dogs these are.

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Apr 09, 2016

by: Janice

Very good advice for anyone interested in one of these dogs.

Apr 08, 2016
Wonky Donkey
by: Anonymous

My Old tyme bulldog bronty, is a wonky donkey.He became lame on his walk over the fields.So i took him to the vets after some steroid injections and x-rays, she referred him to the University animal Hospital.It has turned out that he has ruptured his Cruciate Ligament.

Yesterday i dropped him off for his operation.Its quiet a big operation that will have him stuck in the house for 10 day then limited exercise for 6-8 weeks.

It has cost me £3200 plus £300 vet fees so far,luckily i am insured and can hopefully claim it back.

The surgeon told me its not uncommon in old tyme,victorian,British and american bulldogs.The worrying part is that when one leg goes the other normally follows a few months later.The good news is they normally make a 100% recovery and lead a full life.

So if you are think of any bulldog please get full life cover insurance with at leat £7000 per annum cover

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