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Archive for January, 2012

Do All Boston Terriers Shed?

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Do all Boston Terriers shed?  Yes, they do.  While a Boston Terrier does not have a heavy undercoat like a collie or shepherd, they do have hair and it grows and is replaced by new hair from time to time. 

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New Gluten Free Recipes for Dogs Book

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Check out my new book, “Gluten Free Recipes for Dogs” now on Kindle. Its seems like every day our dogs are becoming more like us. They share many of the same diseases, diabetes, asthma, arthritis and now gluten intolerance.

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Shiny Coat Boston Terrier

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Your Boston Terrier’s coat should have a deep almost three dimensional shine that indicates health.  Part of having that shiny coat is good nutrition.

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Prepare Your Boston Terrier For Their Stay In A Kennel

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You have found the right kennel for your Boston Terrier.  Now it is important that you prepare your Boston Terrier for their stay in a kennel.  You will want to make that your dog has the resources that need – special food, medications, leash, carrier, clothing, etc.  To be prepare your Boston Terrier for their stay […]

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Finding a Kennel For Your Boston Terrier

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There may be times when you will want to travel without your beloved Boston Terrier.  So finding a kennel for your Boston Terrier may be necessary.  How can you tell if a kennel will take good care of your dog?  Follow the tips below from canismajor Call now to arrange a visit to see the […]

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BostonTerrierVille Photo Friday – January 27, 2012

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Jack the Boston Terrier – book comes out today on Amazon.com

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A new book by my friend Miss Helen Crump has just came today on Amazon.com Meet Jack the Boston Terrier has he overcomes being homeless to saving the life of the family he finally adopts. You can Buy the book at Amazon

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Obedience training for high energy Boston Terriers

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Some Boston Terriers are very high energy and if not channeled correctly, will become destructive.  My Jack the Boston Terrier is very high energy at times.  It is necessary to play with him for 20-30 minutes with his ball or he will find something to tear up (my husband’s shoes are a favorite target).  So […]

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Choose a Boston Terrier Rescue Dog

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From past experience, I know that rescue dogs are the best.  I have had several and skipping the puppy stage is a definite benefit and so is housebreaking.  Choose a Boston Terrier rescue dog and you will have a loyal companion for life. Rescued dogs are usually more than six months old, are housetrained, are […]

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Help Your Boston Terrier Lose Weight

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Most of America is overweight and it comes as no surprise that our Boston Terriers are becoming that way also.  Fat dogs suffer from many of same ailments that we humans have – diabetes, arthritis, and cardiac disease.  It is

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