A dream come true.
Echo in pj’s with a huge family Christmas gathering!
The BEST families always find me and I couldn’t be happier for her.
Thanks Angela and Casey.
You truly are the best.
This girl was a tough one for me but it would be incredibly selfish for me to keep them all.
I really enjoy raising puppies.
My retired dogs truly deserve the next chapter in their lives with an equally wonderful family.
It appears I've been bitten by the bulldog bug.
I've been watching Cricket while my Mom tends to her Toy Aussie puppies.
Cricket worked me over with her with her bulldog charm.
I decided to add a couple of girls to Phoenix's Frenchton program.
Meet Edna and Blueberry Dozer Girl
Edna is a half sister to Cricket & Macie.
Blueberry comes from my good friend Kassity in Mitchell, SD.
I'm thrilled to have one of her babies as my own as she kicks off the new direction of her breeding program!
Two new members were added to Phoenix's Frenchton family, French Bulldog sisters,
Cricket and Macie.
They will allow us the possibility to produce 50/50 Frenchtons again in the future.
When Molly retired, it was kind of heartbreaking. The 50/50 blend came to an abrupt stop.
I can't explain what these Frenchton puppies mean to their people.
They are so in love with them.
Cricket has been staying with me for the meantime while my Mom tends to her Toy Aussies.
This little bulldog has worked her bulldog magic on me.
Now I will be doing something I said I wouldn't do.
I will be adding a Frenchie of my own for the Frenchton program.
Edna May will be joining my crew in December around Christmas.
Honestly, I can't wait.
Since it’s been about a year, and I don’t utilize Facebook for reviews, I thought I’d post my Google Business profile.
Please leave us a review if you are so inclined about your experience with MZ Bostons, good or bad, what you liked or maybe didn’t like that I could do differently or better.
If there’s things I can change, I’d love to know!
While puppies are here, I utilize the newspaper training method in rabbit trays.
The trays are 24"x24" in size and can be purchased at Tractor Supply Co.
SKIP THIS POST IF YOU HAVE A SQUIMISH STOMACH
Let’s have a Gross Conversation.
Yes, it’s the awful truth, puppies can and do tend to have worms.
Even my puppies.
Shocking, I know.
I do a lot of preventatives prior to your puppy going home.
And I clean up a lot of poop.
That’s why a good deworming schedule needs to continue even after leaving your breeder’s home.
Worms are tricky little things, becoming more and more resistant to medicines.
Our regimen here at MZBostons is biweekly dewormings.
They get Pyrantel (such as NeMex-2) at 2 and 4 weeks. This is a one-day dose and gentler on little newborn puppies tummies.
Then at 6 and 8 weeks we switch things up to Fenbendazole (Safeguard Goat Dewormer is what I use). This is a three-day course of dewormer and boy does that loosen their poop up. Yuck! But it’s a necessary mess to deal with. (Five days if you are having trouble with giardia, a whole different story…).
For example, my current older litter of puppies just went through their 3 day course on Friday the 24th thru Sunday the 26th.
Today is Tuesday, the 28th, and look at what I found. Worms. It’s still working. Cleaning those little systems out.
So if you get a puppy and bring it home and it has worms, first of all, don’t freak out. It happens.
You too can deworm your puppy/adult dog at home (links to products I use will be in the comment section below).
Just remember, dogs are gross.
They eat poop and other nasty stuff.
They just do.
They. Are. Dogs.
It’s what they do.
They are not little human fur babies, they are dogs.
And yes, they will have worms.
But it’s not the end of the world.
*image found online
With the Fourth of July fast approaching, now is the time to REGISTER your pup's microchip.
Fireworks can be very scary to dogs and it is the perfect opportunity for them to slip away.
It happens so fast.
Have you registered your Boston?
If not, I encourage you to please do so.
If your dog is found and taken to the Humane Society or a nearby Veterinarian's Office, they can scan the chip and reunite you!
Often times they'll need to see proof that you are the owner of your dog, and the easiest way to show proof is registering your microchip.
Remember, all puppies go home already chipped, all you have to do is register them online at www.buddyid.com
Can't remember if you already registered, you can look it up online with the "Chip Checker"
Have you misplaced your folder? I can usually go back through my paperwork and find the ID number.