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    Nov 12, 2003, 09:08 PM
    Re: Boston Terriers
    I hate to give an answer that may not be much help, but I must tell you how glad I am that you are giving a rescue dog a second chance. I hope you are working with a good rescue that will be sure to make a successful placement. Maybe your rescue would be the best place to find out about a good book. Pet stores are terrible place to buy a dog, but maybe a good place to buy a book. I frequently see displays of books covering many different breeds. If all else fails, there is Amazon.
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    Nov 13, 2003, 04:19 AM
    Boston Terriers
    Hi labman, they seem to be a good rescue organization. Right now I'm waiting for my application to be approved, which includes talking to my vet and a home visit. The lady I'm working with is asking all kinds of questions as to what I'm looking for in a BT. I've used Amazon for a book, which is very general, although it has great pics of the Bostons. I will ask the rescue lady if she can recommend a good book on BT's. Thanks for the suggestion. Susan

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