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Should You Make Your Own Food for Your Boston Terriers?

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Those of you who have been reading this blog for awhile, know that I cooked for

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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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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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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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Dog Years for Boston Terriers

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We have all heard of dog years, but did you really try to figure them out.  Below is a table for dog years for Boston Terriers. View the source Some people are for the whales. Some are for the trees. We’re for dogs. Boy dogs and girl dogs. The big ones and the little ones. […]

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Blood Donor for Boston Terriers

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My Rose the Boston Terrier became very sick with hemolytic anemia several years ago and

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Deaf Boston Terriers

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My Boston Terriers have the perkiest ears. Sticking up and

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