My Friend's Boston Terrier. . . Fernway

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    Here she is made up for Christmas .How about that face .
     
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    Here she is again , I think she was disappointed with what she got from Santa or she had gas .
     
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    LMAO!!

    Very cute!!
     
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    Awwwwww How cute!! We have a Boston Terrier at work named Yaz-he is adorable and they are very lively dogs!!!!!
     
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    I was amazed at how much tugging strength this little monster had . She was very funny with her toys . She would get pretty rabid when playing with her squirrel , she snapped like a mini pitt bull. Her legs were also interesting , kind of a side to side action .
     
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    weve had one ever since i can remember, probably 5 or 6 of them in my life anyway.
    very strong pullers when it comes to rope or leashes or something they can get their teeth into. the one we have now was so hyper that we had to get his thingys cut off!! now he jsut sleeps alot, or until someone shows him his leash anyway :teeth:
     
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    **sigh** I want a doggie...
     
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    Why don't you get one? Are you allergic?
     
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    Because the dog would be miserable.. I don't have time to devote to playing, walking, etc. (Yes, I'm allergic, but that doesn't stop me from having two cats...)
     
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    They are a lot of work and time. My 2 dogs are like kids-follow me everywhere I go in the house,especially the Australian Shepard mix. Maybe you could get a little dog and the cats could keep him company when your not home :D
     

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