This 2 1/2 year old Boston Terrier and he helped he out of the blackest points in my life! Oct. 1999 my best friend,my mentor,my hero,my buddy,my rock, my loving Mother died suddenly from an infection. And although she had been gone for quite sometime, my son and my husband brought home this tiny little puppy (on march 19 which was my mothers birthday, this happened without being planned)…………from the moment I met him I was in love. Sure people have all kinda of advise about how to raise a puppy,train a dog. Well I raised and am raising him as I have my sons. I never out him create at night(I would hate to sleep in a box) so I had him sleep with me, he would somehow smooth out my hair on the pillow and sleep on it the entire night. I tended to talk to him alot and and do and when I’ve taught him anything I explain it a few time with words and then demonstrate it to him (myself) a few times and “POW” he’s learned whatever I am teaching.I have never used treat training or harsh words just a ton of love, and he’s returned it 10 folds so far…. shortly after he turned 6 months old I found out I had a brain tumor and was terrified and didn’t even I want to get out of bed again and just hide form the world ,,,he found ways to make me smile “he would take a 2 inch high stuffed toy and lay on his back and hold it above his head like a baby would”" he’s amazing and he’s my dog Duke.
he always stays close to me when I am feeling extremely ill, and at night he’ll sleep so close this little 25 lbs has pushed me out of bed in the middle of the night more times that I could count.
Not once has he ever let me down, or do I feel alone since Duke has come in to our family, and I have only told you the mircles he’s preformed in my life, if I added the effect and amazing things he done for all of us this list would be endless………….
“so yes I have a Gardian Angel his name is Duke and dresses up as a Boston Terrier” !!