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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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Boston Terrier First Aid Kit

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An emergency can happen at any time.  Last month the area I live in had a tornado.  Certainly unexpected this early in the year.  Luckily it did not hit our house, but if it had I was not as prepared as I should have been.  I should have had a Boston Terrier First Aid Kit […]

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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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