We paid £1,000 for pedigree mini English bulldog – but she won’t stop growing & now she is destroying the house

A WOMAN has told of her shock after spending a hefty £1,000 on a pedigree dog which won’t stop growing – it even destroyed her house.

TikToker beyondthemane_ bought an adorable mini English bulldog which she was told wouldn’t grown heavier than 9kg.

The little puppy looked like a real mini English Bulldog when the TikToker first bought itTikTok/beyondthemane

Now at 22kg, the woman has shared with her 700 followers how the dog has been turning her entire house upside down.

In a recent video captioned “scammed”, the New Jersey dog-mum showed a clip of her little puppy looking up into the camera from a sofa.

The caption read: “Breeder: she’s a mini English bulldog, she won’t be bigger than 20lbs”.

The shot of the innocent looking black, brown and white pup could not prepare viewers for what was about to come next.

The video then cuts to a shocking video of the dog, now much larger, with a chunk of the wall between her jaws.

“50lbs later destroying my entire house,” the caption read.

The content creator confirmed in her video that she was scammed by the breeder but doesn’t say how much she paid for the “pedigree” dog.

The breeds usually sell for around £1,000 to £4,000, but beyondthemane_ didn’t comment on exactly how much she spent on her mini English Bulldog.

Miniature English Bulldogs, also known as Teacup Bulldogs, usually weigh up to 18kg when fully grown.

This pup is a whopping 4kg over that and is still growing.

The video creator has continued to post videos with her dog and has said: “Watching you grow has been nothing short of amazing… you were not even touching 3lbs when I got you, and here you are today. The sweetest pup, my little Sagey”.

This follows the story of a man who took in an adorable “kitten” before realising that it was actually a deadly endangered species.

After stumbling across the cute stray, he decided to take it home with him.

Only three days later, he discovered it was in fact a leopard cat.

A Brit also realised that her £2,000 purebred Wheaten terrier was something totally different when it started changing colour.

The fluffy black and brown puppy began turning white two years after the owner purchased it, and she suspected that it may have been dyed by the breeder.

Another woman also forked out £2,000 on what she thought was a purebred silver lab but it grew up to be something completely different.

The dog owner was convinced she had been scammed but says she and her family love him no matter what. 

A £4,000 purebred goldendoodle puppy also grew up to look unrecognisable, as it went from a dark haired fluff ball to a pale and haggard mutt.

The dog slowly changed colour and left his owner speechless as he continued to change as he grew.

She then grew into a 22k beast, shocking it’s owner who expected her to remain smallTikTok/beyondthemaneThe dog, Sage, can be seen with chuck of wall in her mouthTikTok/beyondthemaneShe is still growing an is already 4kg above the average weight of a mini BulldogTikTok/beyondthemane