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Viewing all posts found for user Nikita
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Posted on: 12:49:53 AM 7/24/2005

My Boston Terrier REALLY has a problem with heat (and cold for that matter). During the hottest part of the day I don't let him out unless I'm there with him a...

Posted on: 12:04:42 AM 7/20/2005

I've never had a dog do their business in the same spot. If you figure it out please let me know, it'd make my walks alot quicker! Good luck!

Posted on: 9:32:58 PM 7/17/2005

Wow, that's one of the cuttiest little things! Good Luck!

Posted on: 9:30:45 PM 7/17/2005

My 9 month old Boston Terrier is developing a very LOUD and shrill habit. Everytime he's excited and wants attention he barks...and barks...and barks!

Posted on: 6:09:31 AM 7/11/2005

I have a 10 month old Boston Terrier. He's currently on Nutro Natural Choice Puppy food, supplimented with small amounts of fish oil on a weekly basis - no peo...

Posted on: 5:09:12 AM 7/6/2005

Wow, she's stunning and so regal!

Posted on: 8:59:18 PM 7/1/2005

It won't matter which province you cross into Canada through, they all have the same Federal laws. I myself have never had a problem bringing a dog across the border. Technically I 'think' you only need proof of vaccination but I've never been as...

Posted on: 6:10:41 PM 7/1/2005

When my Shiz Tsu was a puppy he just plain got tired after walking a short distance. When he got older it was better but it helped if he knew the route we were going. Also, in my case I'm not convinced he had the best eye sight (ice blue eyes and...

Posted on: 5:52:26 PM 7/1/2005

I wonder how old your dog is? I had a K.Blue Terrier cross and in you senior years she started developing bumps on her head and rump about the size of small peas. The vet said it was just a byproduct of old age. Good Luck!

Posted on: 5:47:49 PM 7/1/2005

I think it's a fun way for your dog to play with you. My only consideration would be with smaller breeds and their teeth. Someone I know has two Boston Terriers

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