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RIDING IN AN AUTO Part 2 of 2  REDUCING THE RISKHere we go again.  Just riding in my car, my Boston and me.

Reducing the risk

Back in our vehicle again, now we remember our previous discussion. The joy of taking our Bostons with us, and some of the risks we may not want to think about when we have them in vehicles. We have put together some ideas that might help us not become a distracted driver when our Bosto…

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RIDING IN AN AUTO, Part 1 of 2

Here we go, riding in my car just my Boston and me.     

Whew! is this not Always any fun!?

We all do it. Our Bostons demand it… We grab the keys and head for the door, and come to a dead stop. Our path to the door blocked by one or more jumping, barking, rear end wagging excited Bostons.

If you make eye contact you can see it loud and clear;…

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Introducing your Boston terrier  to water: Part  2 of 2

 Teaching a dog to swim is similar to giving swimming lessons to a child.Teaching a dog to swim is similar to giving swimming lessons to a child. Swimming is an excellent exercise for your dog. It works the heart and the lungs as well as stimulates the entire musculature system. Unlike heavy running and darting through hard ground, swimming will not be hard on the hips and  shoulders. This makes swimming perfect for puppies whom are just developing and adult dogs that have any sort of structural defects.

Introducing a young, inexperienced dog to water, is a matter of desensitization. We accomplish it just as we would any new situation progressively.…

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