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I nearly spilled my coffee I laughed so hard!
We had a Frenchie long before all the cool celebrities got them.
We had no idea at the time, but the more we learnt about the breed, the less sense it made that they should even exist.
Their body weight is so out of proportion that most cannot physically swim.
Their head size is so large that many pups have to be delivered by caesarian.
They cannot be put under for operations without severe danger.
And they are completely unsuitable for the Australian climate.
But, my God I loved that dog. His personality was just brilliant.
It took us 18 months to get another dog after he died, we will never stop mourning him.
And as wonderful as they are, we will never get another bulldog.
Oh yeah, Tomas used to eat the living room rug, too.
A video shows the adorable moment when a giant Mastiff named Gordon patiently stands guard over his human sisters as they wait for the school bus to arrive!Read more from Wamiz.co.uk
Did you see the video after that about the dog who treats his human when she has seizures?