Why I’m Selling My English bull dog


I’m not sure how to start this blog post, so I’ll just get into it. My dog’s name is Chibi, he’s a little over a year old, and I’ve had him since he was born. In the past year we’ve moved multiple times, and have decided to move again. We’ve discussed it and have decided that this is the best option for him.

My dog’s name is Chibi, he’s a little over a year old, and I’ve had him since he was born.

My dog’s name is Chibi, he’s a little over a year old, and I’ve had him since he was born.

He came from a breeder in the next town over and was sold to me when he was three months old. The breeder told me that there were two puppies in his litter: one male and one female. He invited me to pick which one I wanted because they were both healthy, but very different in personality—the female was laid back whereas the male would play around like crazy when she wasn’t looking at him!

I chose Chibi because of his silly behavior (he loves rolling around on their carpet). Plus it makes for some good photos!

Why I’m Selling My English bull dog: a blog about why you should get an english bull dog and how to take care of it.

You should get an english bull dog because:

  • They are so cute and cuddly. They will love you forever, and you can trust them to be loyal and protective of you.
  • They are very smart, they learn things quickly, but they are also independent and don’t need constant attention from people. So if your life is busy it’s a great breed for you because they don’t need a lot of exercise or attention all the time like some other breeds do (like golden retrievers).
  • They have short coats that shed very little which makes them great for people who want pets but not as much cleanup after them! Also, their fur does not mat very often so brushing is usually easy unless he has been rolling around in something dirty 🙂

In the past year we’ve moved multiple times, and have decided to move again.

Since we’ve had the dog, we’ve moved twice in the past year. The first move was to a city much closer to my wife’s family, and the second was to get closer to mine. We now live about an hour away from both sets of parents (which is good for taking care of our little guy), but it’s still not exactly ideal for walking him every day or getting help if he ever gets sick. When it comes down to it, we’re hoping you’ll understand that we need more space for our growing pup—and perhaps even some more room for ourselves as well!

We’ve discussed it and have decided that this is the best option for him.

We’ve discussed it and have decided that this is the best option for him.

We love our English bulldog and we’ll always be thankful to have him in our lives, but we just can’t give him the attention he deserves at this time.

It’s not because we don’t want to spend time with him, it’s because we’re moving again and don’t want to have to move him again. He’s been through enough moving already and he has a lot of health issues that need addressing so we need something more stable for him right now.

I love my dog and he’s super cute and precious but he has too much energy for me to handle now that I’m pregnant.

I absolutely love my dog, but I don’t have the time to play with him anymore. With a new baby on the way and my husband working long hours, our little guy is often left alone all day without anyone to play with. This isn’t fair to him! We do have other dogs in the house who take care of most of their needs, but there’s only so much they can do when they’re locked up in their cages all day too…

I’m selling him because I want him to be happier than he is here. My family just doesn’t have room for another dog right now—we’ve got too much going on already! And besides that: he deserves more attention than we can give him right now.

My husband works full time, so I’m home mostly by myself with him all day.

The only reason I bring this up is because my husband works full time, so I’m home mostly by myself with him all day. A lot of people would probably be fine with this situation—but for me, it’s not ideal.

We adopted our English bull dog when he was 2 years old and we had just moved into our first apartment together. We picked out a great crate for him that was big enough to fit his bed and some toys, but still small enough to put in the corner of the living room where we could see him while we worked or cooked dinner. He would whine if we left the crate open at night because he wanted us to come cuddle with him on our bed instead—so every night when my husband left for work at 6pm and returned at 10pm (and sometimes later), I would take our dog out for some fresh air before retiring myself for the evening.

He seems unhappy when we’re not doing something around the house, or when I’m sitting down for too long.

Dogs are pack animals, and they need to be around their family. They like to be active with their human companions and other dogs. There are many ways you can help keep your dog active: taking him for walks, playing fetch or tug-of-war in your backyard, or throwing a ball or Frisbee for him to chase. Even if you’re not into high-intensity sports like running or biking with your dog, there are plenty of low-impact activities that will still get them moving. Allowing them on furniture is another way to keep them happy—dogs love being part of the family!

If you don’t engage in any physical activity with your pet on a regular basis, they’ll probably start showing signs of boredom (and possibly even depression). If this happens often enough throughout the week (as it did in our case), then it might be time for us both to look into something else rather than continuing down this path alone together out there by ourselves all day long every day…

He loves going for walks, but we can’t walk as much as he wants to because I’m pregnant.

Your English bull dog will need to be walked every single day. In fact, it’s recommended that he gets at least an hour of exercise a day. This means that you’ll have to take him for a walk more than once a day and sometimes three times if you can swing it!

English Bulldogs are known to be very energetic and active animals, so they need lots of exercise in order to stay healthy and happy. If they don’t get enough exercise, they may develop some health problems such as obesity or joint pain or even heart disease later on down the road! So make sure you get them out there on their leash at least once every 24 hours so they don’t get bored sitting around all day long without anything interesting happening around them (like going outside).

He just wants to go really really bad, so it makes him act crazy.

Your dog may have very specific needs and wants that are not easy to satisfy. Sometimes, your dog will act aggressively in an effort to get what he wants. For example, if your dog is really desperate to go outside and play with his friends, he might bark and whine until you let him out the door. He will be so excited about it that he might pee on the floor in his excitement!

This can be frustrating for you as a dog owner because it seems like your pup just doesn’t understand how important it is for him not to pee indoors. However, this behavior isn’t malicious; rather than being purposefully naughty or ungrateful towards you (as we sometimes assume), there’s actually a biological reason behind why dogs act like this when they need to go outside:

He needs a lot more attention than we can give him right now, so we need to put him in a home where someone will spend a lot of time with him.

We have to be honest, our English bulldog is a bit of a couch potato and he needs someone who will give him the attention he deserves. He loves going on walks and playing with toys but sometimes, when we aren’t around, he can get pretty bored. So if you’re thinking about getting an English bulldog puppy, make sure that you have enough time in your schedule to keep your pet happy and entertained.

It was hard to make this decision but it is what’s best for my dog right now

This is a difficult decision for us. We love our dog very much and have thought long and hard about this, but ultimately we feel it’s what’s best for our dog right now.

He will have lots of attention and exercise with his new family, who will love him as much as we do.


So, if you’re looking for a new dog and want to give my little guy Chibi the home he needs, please reach out! I’m happy to answer any questions or concerns that you may have about adopting him.

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