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Old February 5th 07, 09:51 PM posted to rec.pets.dogs.misc
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Default Boston Terrier

I have a 3 year old Boston Terrier dog and I have noticed him falling
asleep either standing up or sitting. You can't help but laugh at him,
he looks like he is drunk. Should I be concerned. Has anyone else seen
this. He also likes to pee on pillows or beds. He is house broke. It
seems like he does this if you leave him at home and he wanted to go
with you. Like he is mad and he will show you who's boss. Please
advise.

 




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