April 5th, 2006

Danger kisses

Danger The Great

Hi everyone! I am new to this community and VERy excited to be here. I have a 3 year old male boston terrier that I LOVE SOOOOO MUCH!!

Does anyone have any advice on how to make it easier to leave my dog when I go to work? It literally breaks my heart when I leave in the morning. I need to know a way to make it easier. I doubt there is anything that can help me out...its so sad!

Anyway....my dogs name is Danger  AKA Buddha Belly (I call him that because of his belly) and he is 3 years old. I LOVE LOVE LOVE him so much. We got him in January and I have never been as attached to an animal as I am to Danger.

Here is a picture of Danger. Enjoy!

Lacey and Petey

There are two nine week old puppies, a girl (Lacey) and a boy (Petey) that my future in-laws have for sale.

I've posted pictures of them over the past few weeks - and I'll take more tonight so that you can see just how freaking cute they are.

Petey is very energetic and mischevious. Lacey is a bit more reserved, but has a very playful side.

I would love to take either one of these dogs - but my work schedule does not allow for a puppy to be properly cared for...
Ruby is an adult and doesn't mind the crate time she has during the day while I'm at work.

If you or anybody you know is interested in getting a Boston - leave me a message or go to www.biggness.net and look at the dog sections.

Both of these dogs have some hearing problems. Petey is deaf in one ear and Lacey has partial hearing loss in one ear. Their other ears work just great and it doesn't seem to affect them at all. However, these dogs shouldn't be bred because the chances of their offspring being deaf is greater than normal.

These puppies deserve awesome loving homes and I know that all of you on this board would provide just that!

P.S. We are located on Long Island in New York.