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Posted on: 12:33:15 PM 7/22/2010

Hey, guys and gals.

Bella had her puppies last Wednesday. 3 little boys and all are doing well. I've certainly got my hands (and house) full but all is well.

Posted on: 9:58:37 PM 7/21/2010

I know that a male broke my husband's hand once...

(If you are referring to a Shar-Pei, that is.)

Posted on: 6:31:12 PM 7/21/2010

I never let the cucumbers get super huge before I pick them at all. The bigger they get, the harder they get. I usually pickle them at about 4-5 inches long, by the time you cut off the ends, you still have nice-sized pickles. If they are too long...

Posted on: 4:25:48 PM 7/21/2010

Would love to see her pic!

Go to photobucket.com and create a new account. Upload the pics there and then post the link here. We can click on the link to see her.

Posted on: 7:22:02 PM 7/20/2010

I've heard they were smart. I have a good friend who has 2 of them and she loves them. She brings them here when she comes to visit and my BT's love to play with them.

Bostons are also highly intelligent and are known as people pleasers ...

Posted on: 6:05:51 PM 7/20/2010

We have a doggie door that goes down a ramp into a fenced area of the yard that is covered in cedar chips. This works out very well as we can just pick up the yucky chips and put down fresh ones. They also help to repel fleas, too! The dogs just c...

Posted on: 5:01:26 PM 7/20/2010

First of all, the neuter idea is probably the best one I've heard in a long time. In all seriousness, please do this!!! There are no registration papers, which means if you bred the little fella, his pups could never be registered. Shelters and re...

Posted on: 4:16:52 PM 7/20/2010

^^^I envy you, Illusion...

Posted on: 10:16:44 AM 7/20/2010

Clicker trainer here... and for us, there is no other way.

Posted on: 9:07:01 PM 7/19/2010

I think it's simply a matter of what you like. I am more partial to females when it comes to my Bostons, but I love the males, too. Scout makes a very good point about the males with their marking habits, however I have never had that problem. I h...

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