Your dog was stunning! She's in such amazing shape in those pictures I have to ask, was she raw fed too? Just curious. I thought about getting my bulldog mix into agility when she was young. She LOVED to run. Heck, she still loves to run, when her body will let her. Unfortunately, she's the result of Backyard breeding and has so many issues. They weren't obvious then but now, at only 4 years old, there are days where she can't walk because her joints hurt so bad. She can't hear well because of the constant ear infections she gets from all her allergies, and she can't see well anymore since she had to have the glands removed from her eyes (cherry eye) and now gets dry eye issues every winter. But when she's feeling good (like today) there's absolutely no stopping her! She will run full speed around the yard, crashing through anything in her way. If you're not watching her, she may plow right through your legs, and you doing to the ground HARD and keep on going like nothing even happened lol. She's mixed with rottie btw. Apparently a few generations ago.
I took Mia to re-home at a year old and ended up keeping her. She was NOT a pet, she was a working dog. She'd chase a ball for hours. She was never a lap dog. I had actually met her as a puppy because I was working at a vet clinic. Her owner passed away and his daughter kept her tied in the yard for 6 months before calling me. She came from a BYB, too. If you look up faults in the Boston standard, she had most of them, lol! She was raw fed as soon as she came to me. She had bilateral knee surgery when she was 5 to fix her luxating patellas. She was an amazing dog. My only regret is not having her now, when I'm a better trainer and training has advanced so much.
Your dogs are lovely. Your bully x looks like a blast.