A small, family farm in Wisconsin

A New Addition

After our Boston Terrier Charlie died in July, Lee and I missed him so much. The house wasn’t the same without that little clown around. We agreed that we needed to find another pup to fill our home and hearts. It didn’t take long to find a few Bosties fairly close to us. We chose Frankie.
Frankie is a fawn colored Boston Terrier. He’s beautiful. He has dark lining around his eyes, and he looks like he’s smiling. His ears are magnificent, and he may or may not grow into them.
We’re still learning about his personality, and I think it’s evolving. He’s a snuggler, a little shy and nervous in new situations. He’s stubborn and sassy and challenging. House breaking is mostly done. He has had the occasional accident, but they’re getting rare.
I had forgotten how time consuming puppies can be!
Our memories of Charlie will always be with us. We talk about him so often. Frankie isn’t a replacement. He’s an addition to our family.frankie 8-21-14 Frankie 9-27-2 Frankie2 8-24-14

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Comments on: "A New Addition" (2)

  1. Donna Throgmorton said:

    Looked at the pics. Snuggle my foot. Lordy, Lee’s a gonner already. Frankie has already got him wrapped around his little finger. I shudder to think how you treat him. You know I’m just kidding. We lost our lab 7 years ago and we hardly miss a day without thinking about him and the things he did. He was spoiled rotten and just like a child to us and didn’t know he was a dog for sure.

    Frankie is so pretty and cute. Thanks for the pics.

  2. Joyce LaMarche said:

    I’m so glad that you got another dog. Good for you both and for the new dog too !!! Joyce

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