Smushy faces (Bulldogs, Pugs, Frenches, Boxers, etc.) Please Post Pics

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Would love to see pics of our short muzzle babies and discuss the issues specific to these breeds.

Here are my two.

Blue and Wellie, my baby bullies. Well, they're 3 and 2.5 years old now, still my babies though :smile:
 

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boxermom

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I love the smooshy face dogs too. My first dog as a little girl was a Bulldog, Susie. She was a doll. Then my parents got Boxers and all my life I've had a Boxer. This is Sabo. He's pretty old for the breed, we're guessing about 11. We adopted him when he was already an adult and given to a South Carolina pound. The Carolina Boxer Rescue group fostered him till we found him (or he found us).

I love these breeds but they do tend to have more health problems than longer-nosed breeds.

Your dogs are just beautiful.
 

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BPC

Blue Jean Baby Queen prettiest Bal I've ever seen
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Mar 31, 2012
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I love the smooshy face dogs too. My first dog as a little girl was a Bulldog, Susie. She was a doll. Then my parents got Boxers and all my life I've had a Boxer. This is Sabo. He's pretty old for the breed, we're guessing about 11. We adopted him when he was already an adult and given to a South Carolina pound. The Carolina Boxer Rescue group fostered him till we found him (or he found us).

I love these breeds but they do tend to have more health problems than longer-nosed breeds.

Your dogs are just beautiful.

He's so handsome. Looks like such a sweet soul too. Thank you for rescuing!!

Wellie was re-homed to us last year.

My other bulldogs trainer said a clients wife didn't want him anymore, said she couldn't keep up with the cleaning. He was still a baby, only a year old.

Our trainer said If we weren't going to take him, he was going to a rescue. My heart melted when we met him and he's been with us ever since.
 
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Would love to see pics of our short muzzle babies and discuss the issues specific to these breeds.



Here are my two.



Blue and Wellie, my baby bullies. Well, they're 3 and 2.5 years old now, still my babies though :smile:


[emoji173]️ they are so adorable!

I was going to get my Boston a bullie sister since I'm moving to a bigger place soon, but found out I can't have any dog that weighs (or will grow up to weigh) 40+ lbs [emoji30] I have a lot of stairs so I suppose it's for the best but I'm still not thrilled that my baby is still an only child. There's nothing better than coming home after a horrible day and seeing those little wiggle butts at the door!
 
Aug 18, 2008
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I love the smooshy face dogs too. My first dog as a little girl was a Bulldog, Susie. She was a doll. Then my parents got Boxers and all my life I've had a Boxer. This is Sabo. He's pretty old for the breed, we're guessing about 11. We adopted him when he was already an adult and given to a South Carolina pound. The Carolina Boxer Rescue group fostered him till we found him (or he found us).



I love these breeds but they do tend to have more health problems than longer-nosed breeds.



Your dogs are just beautiful.


Hi Sabo! I love his little lips. My current neighbor has boxers and I am going to miss them so much when I move.
 

boxermom

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I love this thread already! Here's my little smooshie. It's not the best pic but I love when she lays with her little paws folded neatly under her like that.

Bostons are so fun. There are a couple that come to the dog park and want to be in the big dog side. They run and play like crazy. My grandma had a Boston Terrier that was the smartest dog ever according to my dad.
 
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