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    Meet our #1 Star Bully Herschel Merrill Herschel's Page Visit Herschel on YouTube Here

Herschel is up for Stud to approved AKC Girls
    Meet another Rare Bulldogs Star Bully-Tonka Tonka's Page
Hey Alesia!! Just wanted to send more updated pictures of our number 1 son. He has gotten so big and handsome we are unbelievably ecstatic!! He is definitely champion material! We also wanted to tell u that he got chosen to be in the Pensacola News Journal and I am sending u the link so u can check it out! We are very, very proud of him and get compliments and stopped EVERYWHERE we go. A PetSmart trip literally takes 30 extra minutes with all the people wanting to pet him and ask about him. Truly one good looking baby bulldog!!!
Star Bullys

Rare Bulldogs did not actually produce Sapphire, but she is our GrandPuppy from our Star Stud Armani! She has started her Show Career with a Bang, and wanted to showcase her here so we could brag a little! Thanks to
Diamond Cut Bulldogs in Hawaii for sharing her with us!

Visit Sapphire's Page HERE!
Star Parent
We have a STAR PARENT!
I have had Parents tell me that their bully can swim fine, and some can, up to between 1 and 2 years of age. Sad to say, those parents lost their bullys to drowning. You may wonder...what happened? Bullys, as they grow, tend to get more dense, thicker bones and dense muscles, and start to be what I call "Heavy Boned". A lot of times this does not occur until after 1 year of age, thus the sad scenario above....the bully could swim fine until one day it sank and drowned. NEVER take a chance!! It is definitely NOT worth it.
This is the ONLY SAFE way to have your Bully around or in the water!!! Even if they can swim, don't EVER take a chance.
Thank you Andria for doing it right!! Meet Lana Greene