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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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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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Teach Your Boston Terrier to Sit

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Perhaps the first most basic trick to teach a dog is to sit.

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Teach Your Boston Terrier to Fetch

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You can teach your Boston Terrier to Fetch,

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Why Does Your Boston Terrier Lick You?

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Did you ever wonder why does your Boston Terrier lick you?  I did too, until I found the answer at mydogmagazine.

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Potty Train Your Boston Terrier

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Part of training a puppy is potty training to make them a canine good citizen.  A method to potty train your Boston Terrier is by using a bell.

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Crate Training Your Boston Terrier

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Crate training your Boston Terrier, is is the right thing to do?  When I got my first two Boston Terrier, I used a crate for them.  The younger Boston Terrier was destructive.  She would get into the pantry, chew electric cords, destroy shoes, and get on the kitchen table.  The crate necessary for her safety.  […]

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Which is best for your Boston Terrier – collar or harness?

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Which is best for your Boston Terrier – collar or harness?  It depends on your dog and your preference.

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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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Boston Terrier’s Barking for Attention

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In my experience with Boston Terriers, they have not naturally been big barkers.  Oh, they will bark if they want something, Boston Terrier’s barking for attention,

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