Arrival Story: I was driving and I heard people yelling and horns honking. It felt like I had been sitting there forever. So I got out of my car and took a look at what people were honking at. It was a mama bulldog guarding 4 little pups. I picked up the puppies and as expected the mother followed me because I had her babies. I put the babies in the backseat and the mother hopped in also.The cars started moving and I drove to my house and gave them all baths and fed them. The pups fell asleep with their mom and the next day I took them all into the Humane Society. The people said that they had checked for diseases in 2 of them so far and both had heart wormI was worried because I thought I would be able to get one of the puppies from them. They checked them all and the only ones who didn't have the heart worm disease were the mother and the runt of the pack. They asked me if I wanted one of them and I would probably have to take both because the pup still needed his mother's milkSo I brought them both home and bought collars and nametags. I named the mother Pearl and the pup Bully. It turns out from testings that Pearl was 11 years old and had breathing problems so she wasn't going to leave very long. When Bully turned a year old his mother died of old age and she couldn't breathe anymore. Bully and I were sad for a long time. But we still ran around in the backyard and after a while Bully turned back into a young perky pup, just chasing his squeaky ball.
Bio: Bully is a 2 in a half year old American Bulldog. He was born in Chicago . Despite his breed's aggressive past he is just a big teddy bear. My little neighbor, Liv falls asleep on him and he dosen't budge. He loves sleeping by the fire and playing with his ball. The funny thing is he is afraid of the dark. He wont go to the bathroom at night unless I walk out there with him with a flashlight. When I turn out the light at night he hides under my comferter. He is a sweet little boy and one of the only the only things that makes me smile everyday.