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    Quote Originally Posted by Drugsgear View Post
    Dogs need a lot of attention, this is a big responsibility.
    We took Jack Russell from shelter three years ago and since then our lives have changed a lot.
    For the better, of course!
    They definitely are but it's worth it. Also pics?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BybonsonofPhola View Post
    Hahaha that first picture killed me that was my dog 90% of the time. Oh man Boston are characters for sure and great dogs. Your puppy looks amazing id love to see picture updates in the future if you find the time
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    Nice- I have 3 Bostons- 2 black and white males and 1 red and white female- The boys are 14 and 15 now and the girl is 4.
    Here are some pics of Clifford (Bullmastiff) and our newest Boston Wally. Wally was a rescue from the pound. Poor little guy is about 3-4 and his teeth were so rotten that they removed all but 2 of them. Now we soak his kibble in beef or chicken broth to soften it. He is a little funny dude though.

    Lifter Bostons are such great little dogs. So much personality.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mastiff View Post
    Here are some pics of Clifford (Bullmastiff) and our newest Boston Wally. Wally was a rescue from the pound. Poor little guy is about 3-4 and his teeth were so rotten that they removed all but 2 of them. Now we soak his kibble in beef or chicken broth to soften it. He is a little funny dude though.

    Lifter Bostons are such great little dogs. So much personality.
    10 out 10 dogs. Clifford is extremely handsome and looks like he knows how to get comfortable. Wally is handsome too he looks like he'd be a great buddy to sit with and like he'd be a character for sure. That's awful that he had to have his teeth removed I'm glad he has a good home now. I super appreciate the extra dog pictures

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Joe View Post
    My olde English bulldog.. the best dog ever had my buddy

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    Love the olde English breed. My guy's too mad he can't lay on me and lick my face nonstop then chillin with his best bud.

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    My 15 year old needs some teeth extracted. They have to knock him out. They will do blood work first to make sure he can handle it. 15 a tough age to do it because I don't want something to go wrong...and yes, Bostons have awesome personalities. They chill out somewhat as they age but they are pretty energetic, loyal, loving and attached to their owners.

    PS- They fart a lot and snore too.
    Quote Originally Posted by mastiff View Post
    Here are some pics of Clifford (Bullmastiff) and our newest Boston Wally. Wally was a rescue from the pound. Poor little guy is about 3-4 and his teeth were so rotten that they removed all but 2 of them. Now we soak his kibble in beef or chicken broth to soften it. He is a little funny dude though.

    Lifter Bostons are such great little dogs. So much personality.

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    how hard is it to take care of english bulldogs? I hear they can be prone to a lot of issues. We had one for a little bit but couldn't keep it because we already had three dogs. They are in the same line as Frenchies and Bostons with the smushed noses and folded skin.
    Quote Originally Posted by zwhit View Post
    Love the olde English breed. My guy's too mad he can't lay on me and lick my face nonstop then chillin with his best bud.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buki1718 View Post
    2 huskys and a belgian malinois.

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    Amazing looking group you got there! Wish I could have more than 1!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Push50 View Post
    This is my little girl. She has given my family 17 years of joy. She is now blind, deaf and has no teeth but still loves on us and loves to cuddle.


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    Wow 17?!?! Unfortunately all the Golden Retriever's ive had are prone to cancer and dont last that long.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LetsGo4420 View Post
    Amazing looking group you got there! Wish I could have more than 1!
    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by buki1718 View Post
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    Looks like they eat good... lotta land minds in the yard! Does it cost alot to feed them? Just tryin to figure out a ballpark cus i want to get another 1 or 2 myself..

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    Quote Originally Posted by LetsGo4420 View Post
    Looks like they eat good... lotta land minds in the yard! Does it cost alot to feed them? Just tryin to figure out a ballpark cus i want to get another 1 or 2 myself..
    Yeah but not as much as you'd think. Spend plenty on treats tho too lol gotta keep em happy and trained.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buki1718 View Post
    Yeah but not as much as you'd think. Spend plenty on treats tho too lol gotta keep em happy and trained.

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    Thats right.. I bet they destroy any toys in like mins huh? I know my golden takes the squeaker outta any toy in about a day.. but them 3 look like they could in no time! treats and toys probably cost more than food really.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LetsGo4420 View Post
    Thats right.. I bet they destroy any toys in like mins huh? I know my golden takes the squeaker outta any toy in about a day.. but them 3 look like they could in no time! treats and toys probably cost more than food really.
    Yea but I rather them fuck up the toys than the yard

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    Quote Originally Posted by buki1718 View Post
    Yea but I rather them fuck up the toys than the yard

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    LMAO! that checks out!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lifter6973 View Post
    My 15 year old needs some teeth extracted. They have to knock him out. They will do blood work first to make sure he can handle it. 15 a tough age to do it because I don't want something to go wrong...and yes, Bostons have awesome personalities. They chill out somewhat as they age but they are pretty energetic, loyal, loving and attached to their owners.

    PS- They fart a lot and snore too.
    Lifter I agree they have awesome personalities. The snoring and farting are no joke. Can't tell you how many times one of them was laying next to me sleeping and I here a little "pop" from there butt. My other favorite is getting hot boxed from under the covers. The two in my original pictures were amazing. The older one was 14 and I can understand your apprehension with getting yours teeth removed. It's so hard on there system and recovery when they are older. It seemed like the older the one got the sweeter she was. They and my old bully will missed more than I could say. Such loyal and loving companions.

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