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Saturday, April 01, 2006

A New Boston Terrier Blog

If you are a typical Boston Terrier crazy person, you love to look at pictures and read stories about Boston Terriers. You just can not get enough of these wonderful creatures! Right? Well, now there is another place to go to not only look at pictures of Boston Terriers but to have your own Boston's picture posted!

Here is how it all started:

Two years ago, Andrew didn't even know what a Boston Terrier was. "At that time I
was in college, living in a duplex with no yard at all. I'm a major animal lover and I wanted a dog. So, after a little internet research I knew bostons were for me. I loved the mini boxer look, they handle apartment life pretty well, hardly bark (don't believe everything you read online), and they met the 25 lb weight limit. Two years and two boston terriers later I wouldn't trade them for anything. They both have very different personalities. The puppy is definatly the alpha dog. The older one is pretty skiddish of everything, but they're both sweet, loyal, and cute. What more can you ask for?

Bandit, is 9 months and Bo's 2 1/2 years old. For being two dogs of the same breed they have very different personalities. Bandit has been the alpha dog since we brought him home at 9 weeks old. It was funny to see a 2 pound puppy stealing treats and toys from a full grown dog. Bandit is is one of the most playful dogs
I've ever met. His favorite game is fetch. He'll play as long as you'll throw the ball. We played for 2 hours straight last night, and our record must be over four hours.

Bo, is quite a bit more mellow. Bandit has taken over all of the toys except one Frisbee, so Bo doesn't have much to choose from. He mostly likes to sit on the couch and look out the window for people and dogs walking by to bark at. When Bandit finally wears himself out he curls up on your lap to sleep. Bo isn't
really much of a lap dog. He prefers to lay about arms length away so he can have his own space. When Bandit meets new people, he brings them a toy right away. He instantly befriends anybody will throw a ball for him. Bo is little more cautious and it takes him a few minutes to warm up to strangers. The only thing my dogs have in common is that their favorite dog treats are ice cubes. I know it isn't good for their teeth, but they really love them and they're cheap.

My two Bostons are one of the biggest part of my life (after my wife), they make everything more interesting! I know I am not alone in my love for Boston Terriers and that there are a lot of people out there that feel the same way I do about the breed. I decided to start a blog devoted to sharing Boston Terrier pictures and stories. I hope the rest of you Boston lovers out there will stop by and take the time to submit your best photos. Come on over to:

Andrew Guillotte

Tag Update!

Remember Tag? His story is below, titled "Send a Valentine to the one you love and help a puppy in need!" Tag had been surrenderd to BTCC Resuce requiring surgery for the abuse he had suffered.

Since then, he had his surgery and recoverd beautifully! He is now in his new "forever" home and wants to thank everyone for thier financial support and prayers.

Thanks everyone!

Thursday, March 30, 2006

Support Boston Terrier Rescue/Win A BT Quilt!

After a long hiatus, Wisconsin Boston Terrier would like to welcome you back to it's Sixth Annual Wisconsin Boston Terrier Quilt Raffle!

This year's prizes consist of not ONE but TWO beautiful handmade heirloom Boston Terrier Queen Sized Quilts!! Quilt squares were made by dozens of volunteers all over the world. These quilts are truely a once in a lifetime opportunity to own or to give as a gift.

Wisconsin Boston Terrier Rescue has had a tough year with some tough cases and we are approximately $2,500.00 negative in veternarian bills. This raffle is our once a year chance to try and reduce that deficit.

Here is how the raffle will work.

1. Raffle tickets will be sold from March 25th, 2006 until May 20th, 2006. Two winners will be selected, the first winning ticket will get to select which queen sized quilt he or she would like and the second winner will receive the other queen sized quilt.

2 Ticket Prices:


3. Tickets can be purchased by paypal by going to and sending the donation to:

or by mail. Please send your check (made out to WBTR), along with a self addressed stamped envelope to:

Jodi LeMoine
651 DePere Street
Menasha, Wisconsin 54952

4. I have double-sided raffle tickets. One half will be mailed back to you and the other thrown in the raffle jar. I will keep a log of all names/ticket numbers. The raffle will start March 25th, 2006 and go until May 20th, 2006. All entries must be received by May 20th.

5. The raffle drawing will take place May 21st, 2006. Winners will be posted on all the lists as well as receiving a very happy phone call if you include your phone number.

Best of luck to one and all, and please feel free to cross post and share with all your friends and family!

Jodi and Wisconsin Boston Terrier Rescue