Everything about pretty, red and white Beatrice can be summed up in a single word: delightful. Once an underfed and untrained puppy mill pup, Beatrice has filled out and flourished in the past three months. She’s mastered the art of walking on leash and is now completely house and crate trained despite the many challenges she confronted coming into a new and unfamiliar “normal” world. Her ability to master the art of being free, of having regular meals and a big, comfortable bed (her fosters’, of course) to curl up on when she wants to be cuddled, these will continue to flourish as she comes to know her new world. She likes being dressed, and in her foster mom’s words, “looks very fetching in her fleece hoodies.”
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Brimming with affection, which she’s always eager to show, Beatrice thrives on snuggle time and dances excitedly when her foster mom returns home, whether it’s after three hours or three minutes. After suffering from periodic bouts of diarrhea, Bea is currently on a raw diet and doing well. She appears to be something of an introvert, content with having one or two people to love, without needing to expand that circle. Still fearful of strangers, she’s being slowly desensitized with the help of some canine friends and their human companions. “While she may never be a party animal,” smiles her foster mom, “our hope is that Bea can soon share her cute personality and contagious excitement with others.”
About Boston Terrier Rescue Canada
Boston Terrier Rescue Canada is a not-for-profit group of volunteers who’s mission is to provide safe, temporary refuge leading to a loving, permanent home for Boston Terriers and Boston Terrier mixed breeds through rescue, education, advocacy and compassion. They help people find a Boston Terrier to adopt. In addressing the question, “Why adopt a rescue dog instead of buying one from a pet store or from an online site like Craigslist or Kijiji?” Many dogs online come from puppy mills, just like Beatrice. The only way to stop the proliferation of puppy mills is to stop the consumer demand at the source. Opt to Adopt, and save thousands of dogs suffering and abuse at the hands of puppy mills.
Can’t adopt but addicted to dogs? Consider fostering a Boston Terrier! Apply at Boston Terrier Rescue Canada Rescue’s website!