This is Yoda (45 lbs) and Chewy(55 lbs). They are littermates although Yoda(black one) is the runt and much smaller. Born 2/14/16. They are not purebred bulldogs they are 3/4 English Bulldogs(their dad) and 1/4 Beagle. They are short and stout and everyone that has met them has fallen in love because they are miniature in size and look like purebreds. The good: Both are huge cuddlers with their owners! Love to chew on their nylabones. Know how to sit and come. Housetrained in a home with hardwood floors(that's what we have on in our house), carpet may need some training as they may think it's grass. Just big love bugs. Have all their shots, do good at getting nails trimmed. The bad: Yoda is the problem of the two. He doesn't like strangers in his yard and likes kids but if they run away he will chase and nip at them. He's very protective of his yard and will try and bite anyone that comes in that is not familiar. His own people he's fine with. At the dog park, in public at PetsMart, or the Vet he's fine. It's just in or around his yard he's a complete jerk! Also every once in awhile usually every 3-4 months he has head tremors, which is a low glucose/bulldog thing, and the way to stop it is easy...Give him a spoon full of honey and he stops within a minute(can look this up on YouTube). It's not seizures. He also has one other issue and because he's so small he get's scared of us big humans and if you hover over him or scare him on accident he will pee on the floor a little bit. If you let him come to you and speak in a happy voice this doesn't happen. It's just when he's surprised or scared. Our son has tripped on him a couple times and this is what triggered it. He's a good boy but does need some training. Chewy is just awesome! He's our big goof and has no issues. They are part Beagle and will need a fenced in yard that is escape proof. They've never been around cats so I don't know how they'd be. And a place with no chickens as they will chase and kill them if given the chance(happened to our neighbors chickens). We are rehoming them together as they inseparable. They love each other so much and it would be cruel to find them each a different home. We would like to find a home that has experience with this breed. We have a neighborhood full of kids and we are worried that in time Yoda will hurt one of them. They do have a rehoming fee.