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Prevent Bladder Stones in Boston Terriers

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If your Boston Terrier has had bladder stones before, it is important

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Bladder Stones in Boston Terriers

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My friend’s little dog recently had bladder stones and she said her little dog was miserable.  She tried to pee and dribbled out a little bit and then tried again and again.  The poor little dog struggled. 

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Bladder Infections in Boston Terriers

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You may have had a bladder infection yourself, but did you know that bladder infections in Boston Terriers are also common?  The symptoms are similiar but how can you really tell?  Your Boston Terrier cannot tell you if they are uncomfortable or hurt, let alone where it hurts. Sometimes underlying medical conditions interfere with urine’s […]

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Manage Stress in Boston Terriers

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Did you ever wonder if your dog is stressed?  Do you know the symptoms of stress in a Boston Terrier?  Do you know how to manage stress in Boston Terriers? Stress in dogs can come from a variety of sources, including trauma, physical restraint, change of routine, boredom and separation, to name a few. Being […]

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How to Spoil Your Boston Terrier

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You love your dog and want to learn how to spoil your Boston Terrier.  Perhaps you want to give your dog that special treat for being such a great dog. Your pet doesn’t need to be a superstar to get spoiled. Just like celebrity pets your superstar deserves the best! However, unlike the stars there […]

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Abortion in Boston Terriers

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You keep a close eye on your Boston Terrier while she is in heat, but she manages to escape.  You may now have a pregnant dog and this isn’t what you wanted.  Have you considered an abortion in Boston Terriers? Accidents happen, and a large number of pets become pregnant despite their owner’s wishes. In […]

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Indoor Safety for Boston Terriers

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It seems like my Boston Terrier, Jack is always sniffing the floor and eating what he can find on the carpet.  I have to be extra careful not to drop anything that is not edible.  I have taken pieces of packaging, vegetable peelings, and a variety of things from him to keep him from eating […]

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Drooling in Boston Terriers

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Boston Terriers are not usually big droolers like Boxers and other breeds of dogs so when they drool it is usually caused by something unusual.  Drooling in Boston Terriers can be caused by infection. The dog has four pairs of salivary glands that drain into the mouth. Only the parotid gland, located below the dog’s […]

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Botulism in Boston Terriers

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Botulism in Boston Terriers can kill them.  It is usually caused by eating raw or spoiled meat, though botulism can also be caused by eating improperly canned foods.  A few years back there was an outbreak of botulism in canned green beans.  Numerous people got sick and it is not known how many animals also […]

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Causes of Food Poisoning in Boston Terriers

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Every day dogs eat or drink something that they shouldn’t.  Some of these Boston Terriers will die if prompt and correct action is not taken.  The causes of food poisoning in Boston Terriers varies from weeds and flowers in your yard to household chemicals.  Do you know what to do if you suspect food poisoning.  […]

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