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Boston Terrier Dry Skin

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Summer is right around the corner and with comes Boston Terrier

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Bathing Your Dog – Revisited

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Bathing need not be a difficult situation for either you or your dog. In fact my pair

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Introducing Boston Terriers to Children

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Dogs are animals and can be unpredictable at times.  How can you safely introduce Boston Terriers to Children? 

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Are Boston Terriers Good With Kids?

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Yes, they are.  I have had my Boston Terriers around kids many times. 

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Boston Terrier Allergies

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Boston Terriers allergies can make them miserable.  They will dig, scratch, and chew on their skin till it becomes raw and infected.  Your Boston Terrier allergies may be easily treated at home. If he’s itchy, smelly, flaky, or constantly trying to scratch or bite at his fur, you have a problem. These symptoms are signs […]

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Salmonella in Boston Terriers

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I have had dogs that have had diarrhea, but have never had it tested for salmonella.  The dogs recovered quickly.  I will never know whether my Boston Terriers had salmonella.  In the future I will test for salmonella in Boston Terriers to prevent further problems of dehydration and complications later.  Salmonella is not common in […]

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Insect Bites in Boston Terriers

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It seems like every year, my dogs get a tick or two.  They are common in my area.  Prompt treatment of insect bites in Boston Terrier is important.  Reaction to an insect bite varies between simple irritation to death of your pet and everything in between. Insect bites on pets is a common problem faced […]

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Salmon Poisoning in Boston Terriers

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Salmon fishing is a common hobby in many areas of the country.  If you go fishing you must prevent your dog from eating of your raw salmon.  Salmon poisoning in Boston Terriers can be deadly, but can prevented with prompt treatment.  Fishing can be wonderful recreation, but sharing the catch with your dog can be […]

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Reduce Snoring in Boston Terriers

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Boston Terriers and other flat nosed dogs snore.  That is not really news to you, but do you know why or how to reduce snoring in Boston Terriers? Again, as with humans, dogs snore for the same reasons people do. Here are the most common culprits: Being Overweight: If you can’t detect any waist on […]

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Reduce Flatulence in Boston Terriers

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Anyone who has ever owned a Boston Terrier, knows that they are famous for their flatulence.  And it sure is smelly.  How can you

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