If you've read my bio you already know I have a Boston Terrier. I mention him in there because he's a
Two years ago shortly before moving into our new house we had to euthanize our last dog, Oreo. It was a sad day and I couldn't stop crying. He was my first dog and a Boston as well. I didn't think I would want a dog for a long time. Then we moved into the new house and it was too quiet in the evening. There were no nails clicking on hardwood or snuffy noises from a little dog nose. It wasn't a home without a dog.
I researched other breeds thinking if we were going to change now was the time. In the end Boston's were still the best choice for our family. I tried a few shelters that specialized in Boston rescues but the wait for a dog was terribly long. In the end I had to find a breeder.
Mango was supposed to be the kids dog so they got to pick the name. I threw out several suggestions: Hunter, Shadow, Domino it
Mango came home with us when he was 12 weeks old. We met the breeder and most of Mango's brothers and sisters. At first, he didn't want to leave the only home he ever knew. With lots of love and cuddles he was coaxed into thinking it might not be so bad. Two years later he wouldn't have it any other way.
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