Monique Abela
Monique Abela

I own a bulldog & is so good natured with other dogs & ppl & children . Dog breeds should not be stereotyped as all bad it's not the breed its how they are raised by their owners . Sign the petition pls.

Monique Abela
Monique Abela
  • Monique Abela

They are also trying to ban the English bulldog because some of them have health complications ! Like all dogs do irrelevant of breeds just like us humans !

Monique Abela
Monique Abela
  • Monique Abela

Winston is of new standards and his breeders are trying to improve the overall health of the English bully they are responsible breeders and he is a healthy bulldog !

Sharon Nobs-Harris
Sharon Nobs-Harris
  • Monique Abela

awwwww, my lil guy is named winston too... he's seven now, & has no "breed specific" health problems...healthy as could be !!! with exception to sensitive stomach issues, but all breeds have that... intolerance to grains...i.e.rice, corn, wheat, etc...

Angie Kostrzewa
Angie Kostrzewa

This is the sweetest breed of dogs! Our two have brought us much love! We have had the honor and joy of owning two, a male 5 and a female guessed to be about 4, we rescued her, so not sure. I do agree there are some terrible breeders that put dollars in front of breeding good dogs, but this is not cause to end this breed of lovable, loyal, and special dogs. If anything put higher standards on the breeders and encourage them to have better practices than that of just making money! Our...

This is the sweetest breed of dogs! Our two have brought us much love! We have had the honor and joy of owning two, a male 5 and a female guessed to be about 4, we rescued her, so not sure. I do agree there are some terrible breeders that put dollars in front of breeding good dogs, but this is not cause to end this breed of lovable, loyal, and special dogs. If anything put higher standards on the breeders and encourage them to have better practices than that of just making money! Our lives would not be the same without this wonderful dog!

Adopt-a-Bull Rescue
Adopt-a-Bull Rescue

Support Rescue! Puppy Mills and backyard breeders are the problem!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=3p9C3IJONP8#at=12

Ana E Fonseca
Ana E Fonseca

My bullies are in great health! Yes, they have had their share of skin issues but nothing major that I couldn't take care of with a visit to the vet and feeding them good quality food!

Lee McClellan Karp
Lee McClellan Karp

Great, more legislation that goes after the symptom not the cause. Ban the Puppy Mills and Backyard Breeders not the Breed.

Ruthann Phillips
Ruthann Phillips

As an English Bulldog owner and rescuer I find this movement most distasteful. Instead of focusing on banning the breed, let's focus on the bottom feeders who practice irresponsible breeding to line their pockets without regard for the health or well being of the puppies they breed. LEAVE THE BREED WE LOVE ALONE! and focus on the REAL problem backyard breeders and puppy mills.

Scott Davis
Scott Davis

Bullies are my kids since I dont and cant have kids

Carmen M Ocasio
Carmen M Ocasio

My favorite breed is the bulldog. I love dogs in general but I partially love bulldogs.

MaryLou Bohenek
MaryLou Bohenek

Some people should be banned...like the idiots who believe crap like this. All dogs, any breed can have health issues just like people. I have an English Bulldog that was born deaf but he is very happy and he'll be 8 in August.

Nathalie Antibsl
Nathalie Antibsl

I live in holland and I am into bsl and I have NOT heard of any breed ban what's ever.
so to me this is a big surprise.
i was involved stopping the ban on pitbuls in my country.
and the ban is lifted.
i do know about the debate about the english bulldog health issues in their breeding and that there is debate over that.(several breeds not only the bulldog)
but I have heard of NO BREED BAN on the english bulldog.
after reading the articles provided,there is NO speculation about BSL breed...

I live in holland and I am into bsl and I have NOT heard of any breed ban what's ever.
so to me this is a big surprise.
i was involved stopping the ban on pitbuls in my country.
and the ban is lifted.
i do know about the debate about the english bulldog health issues in their breeding and that there is debate over that.(several breeds not only the bulldog)
but I have heard of NO BREED BAN on the english bulldog.
after reading the articles provided,there is NO speculation about BSL breed specific Ban suggested.they are debating to make a law to stop breeders to breed only on looks and more on the health of the breed.so they want laws protecting sertain breed from the longtime health issues. breeders have bred into them.to me this is not a bad idea,because breeders need to breed on health and not looks.this law has not yet been passed.it's only a debate.if breeders do not comply(the breeders that say no if the law passes)they will get a breed ban for breeding the breed of their choice.so that means they will no longer breed dogs with this health issues.but they want to pass a law that creates new laws about how to breed dogs and that their health comes first.so this is what the article say..and we have NO BSL here.i will follow this case from now on.and i did sign the petition.but i hope the creator of the petition explain the facts that are in the articles...i owned an english bulldog and she lived to be almost 13..so i know the breed...let's hope...that breeders get more responsible and breed the dogs more on their health instead of the looks.because who cares about the wrinkles and the muzzle.what we want for our breed is a healthy dog,that can breath and is happy.right?

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