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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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Pros and Cons of Rawhide Bones for Your Boston Terrier

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I have never given my dog anything rawhide.

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Is My Boston Terrier Fat?

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Just like the rest of American our Boston Terriers are becoming fat.  If you truly love your dog, you will read this article and take the measures to help her lose weight.  So, is your Boston Terrier Fat? As we get in shape, our dogs can too. Obesity is one of the most common disorders […]

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Are Vitamins Necessary For Boston Terriers?

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I have supplemented my Boston Terriers with vitamins for years.  Over three years ago, Rose my oldest Boston Terrier nearly

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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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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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Help Your Boston Terrier Get Over Anemia

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Anemia can kill up to 40% of Boston Terriers (diagnosed with the disease) depending on the cause. A Boston Terrier diagnosed with anemia may need a lifetime treatment regime. Follow these steps to help your Boston Terrier survive.

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How to Feed Your Anemic Boston Terrier

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My Boston Terrier Rose (a rescue Boston Terrier), became seriously anemic in January of 2008. We do not know the cause, but suspected it may have been her commercial dog food. So at least for a short period of time we would not be feeding her any. There are many foods high in iron that […]

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