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page contains letters from some of the families who have brought a Day
Boston terrier puppy into their lives. We take a great pride in knowing that
only the best families are now awesome new parents of our wonderful
puppies. We have taken the time to know each family in hopes that every
puppy we bring into the world will have the best home possible for
life. We want to send a warm thanks to those who have taken the time to send
us a letters. We think about each and every puppy, each hand that
touches them, each kiss that those amazing little muzzles give and every
ounce of happiness that they bring.. The letters below are just a few
examples of the success we are having in our dedication to bring other
great people awesome, healthy, intelligent Boston terriers. This is what
makes it possible for us to continue raising the wonderful fur people,
and the knowing that they are adored and loved from their new families as
much we love them. Please be sure to take a look at our puppy album to
see pics of these wonderful puppies.
We have started adding
the pics that match the letters below, but please understand that most of
the previous pics are located in our family albums. We hope you enjoy
the letters and pictures as much as we do.
Just wanted to update you on Uncle Bob (Joey/Lucy) who is turning 5 on Cinco de Mayo and Murphy (Elvis/Corvina) who turned 1 yr on March 5, 2010. Murphy gets lots of extra attention from people walking by about his one beautiful blue eye, but Uncle Bob is the one to grab all the attention by his extra outgoing personality and buff body! They are doing great and love each other! They have been healthy with no problems whatsoever which is awesome. Our vet just loves them too! Here is a pic of the two of them- they hang out on the sofa all day waiting for me to come home from work, even when my husband Kevin is home with them. They are the best, and just wanted to let you know. Also, they eat a totally raw diet from Excel K9 which keeps them both in tip top shape. :-))
Uncle Bob and Murphy
I just wanted to THANK YOU for the beautiful puppy we took home just before Christmas 2009. He is everything I wanted in a Boston....super sweet, calm, bursts of energy, and so much fun. He loves everyone and thinks he is as big as any dog we meet. He has no concept of his size. I can't tell you how pleased I am with his personality and disposition. I don't know if you remember that I had visited another breeder with show quality dogs prior to visiting you. Those dogs didn't stop barking and my kids had their hands over their ears the entire visit. They literally asked not to have a puppy. When we visited you I was so struck by how calm and friendly all the dogs were. I love that I was able to meet Bo's mom and grandma! You were so right....he is perfect for young kids....my four and five year old can't get enough of him and he is so good to them. They love to run with him but he is just as good at cuddling on the couch! Alice's line is absolutely brilliant!!!
Thank you also for just being a great person. You have always been so open to talking with us about all puppy related issues. I love that your dogs are raised to be just plain awesome! It felt like you hand picked the puppy that was perfect for us!
I have become such a huge Boston Terrier fan through Bo. He is almost 7 months old and has stolen our hearts. I can't imagine a better dog for our young family!
Take care and thank you for everything!
To anyone interested in Boston Terriers, Look no further. You literally have to go to the top of the mountain
for these little angels but when you get there, You will know you have arrived. We searched long and hard
for many months and came across Day Boston Terriers. More specifically DBT. A very kind and nurturing
woman who really knows her Boston's. As you can see by the pictures we have some pretty good looking Pups.
Super healthy and with amazing personalities. We went to pick up just one puppy and well you know.
Watching them run and play together is like a breath of fresh air. You can't help but forget your troubles
and just smile from ear to ear with pure innocence. These two have really been a joy in our lives and in
such challenging times we all need a little piece of joy to hold onto to. (In this case 2 Pieces.)
We would recommend DBT and Day Boston Terriers to anyone looking to bring this breed of sunshine
into their lives. DBT's ability to breed such superior Boston's is absolutely Genies and we hope
that if a Boston is what you are after then you will make the drive to the top of the mountain where the
Dante Cernobori and Joanne Warren
I'm not sure if Jenna has emailed you anything about Gilbert yet. Things have been amazing so far. The little guy slept almost the whole way home. We stopped to let him eat and drink. He even used his puppy mat to poop on the way home :). He has an AMAZING attitude and Courage beyond recognition! He has been doing very well using puppy pee mats and is getting better each day. He sleeps through the night pretty much. We get up every few hours to let him go potty and to get a drink. He always has kisses for us and (when awake) is always down to wrestle and rough house. I'm sure Jenna will email you soon with her perspective, but so far he has been PERFECT. I could not be happier. A lot of people warned me to stay away from breeders, but I was SO excited to see how personal you were with the puppies and how much you cared for the dogs. It was immediately apparent that you love the breed and our dog. Thank you for everything! ( Pebble's recent Litter)
DBT, I totally understand! I read up about them over the weekend. I can only imagine the challenges. Cosmo is absolutely the sweetest thing I've ever seen. I really gravitated toward him when you wrote that his nose was longer. You know how spoiled Lee and I are with Zoey & Zeke having longer noses. They have no problems going to the park and running like crazy, or long walks over 1.5 miles. I still watch closely, and Zeke, being heavier, gets tired sooner than Zoey, but overall, we know we're lucky with them having longer noses. Zeke sleeps right next to my head, and with the exception of an occasional grunt, he doesn't snore at all. Zoey's under the covers near my legs (until later in the night, when she sticks her head out near my feet).
Oh the absolute joy and wonder of having my kids. When I read about Frenchies, I did see alot that they like to have their people around them and tend to pick out one person. I was going to tell Lee about Cosmo, but then when I read that, I thought, "Oh my baby boy, Zeke .... he's such a mama's boy. It would probably be traumatic for him to share my attention." Zoey's so independent -- as long as I'm throwing a ball for her, she doesn't care what Zeke's doing. She lives for her balls.
And then I saw your little Jolly girl .... how cute is she.
Oh well... 2's enough for now. As always and forever, we are so grateful for our precious little babies and all the good breeding, feeding, care and nurturing you put into your dogs.
Hello DBT & DBT! I’ve wanted to write for a while, but today was a perfect day as today, our little princess Zoey is 5 years old! Lee and I have often wondered how Zoey’s other 10 brothers and sisters are doing, and whether they have the wonderful personalities and skinny, muscular form that Zoey does.
I’ve attached pictures. Look at our beautiful girl! She is our treasure! She still loves to play ball …. Lee takes a tennis racquet to the park on weekends and hits the balls and away Zoey goes. People stop and stare because she’s lightening fast! Not an ounce of fat on her – all muscle! She’s a toughie girl, too, letting Zeke know when he’s out of line. And yet, when we’re at work, she has to go lay down or bring Zeke toys when he’s in his crate.
Zeke is our handsome boy! He is the sweetest baby in the whole world. And a mama’s boy! He loves to give kisses. I can’t come home from work without him running up to mama and telling me, “Kisses, mama.” And at night, when he climbs his stairs to go to bed, he sits by daddy’s head and washes Lee’s face. And daddy loves it (this from a guy who had said no kisses when we were set to get Zoey!!!!) He doesn’t do well on his own (we tried at about 6 months old. He chewed on a coffee table.). He’s lost without some sense of direction and parameters so he stays in his crate during the day and doesn’t mind. When I leave for work, I tell him, “Time for cookies (organic chicken treats)” and Zeke runs into his crate and sits waiting for me.
Zeke is a big boy, DBT. He weighs in at 41 pounds. But he’s strong and no baby fat. Just big. We say that Zoey got the tall-tall combination with Alice and Hoover, and Zeke got the tall-wide combination with Alice and Joey. And he’s a hunter just like his daddy. We go hunting for bunnies every morning. When Zeke wakes up, he goes to the guest bedroom window and looks out for bunnies. If he sees one, he runs to mama and let’s me know, “We have to go NOW, Mom.”
We spoil them both. As a friend visiting recently said, “You’re a little over the top with how you treat your dogs.” That’s just the way it is. Walks every morning and evening, park time on weekends. Organic everything – NO preservatives. Regular baths and manicures. They both sleep with us. And plenty of bones because they love their bones! But more importantly, we constantly interact with them. Talking, kissing, touching … they are our kids! My license plate holder reads: “All my children have paws.”
We have told people about Day Boston Terriers numerous time since none of the Bostons we’ve met even come close to how beautiful and wonderfully dispositioned our babies are. And we have a number of friends who have Bostons. But Day Boston breeds the best! I’ve tried to convince Lee to get another one – there was a cutie girl recently on your site that had a partial white ear – her face and your description of her looked and sounded just like Zeke – a real love bug. But Lee says we’re perfectly matched right now – 2 of us; 2 of them. And I do agree. Plus I would worry that either
Zoey or Zeke would feel jealous, and Lee and I do just about anything necessary to ensure our babies are healthy, happy and well-adjusted.
Well, enough of all that. We hope you are doing well. Do you ever get pics from Zoey’s litter mates? A family reunion in photos would be a kick – given the large litter they came from. And how is Alice? Is she still with you? If yes, tell her that Zoey and Zeke are well taken care of and we are always grateful for her wonderful traits and genes she gave to them.
Blessings to you both,
Pam Witt & Lee St. Pierre
Zoey & Zeke