Sara is our little foster, who has had a number of health issues over the past few months that have delayed her spay and availability for adoption.
Sara is the little one in the dog bed.
In the group photo, Sara is the littlest one. Papi, who we adopted from NEBTR in October 2011 is the biggest. Tara, our first BT, is the medium one (more black than the others). She's also my agility girl.
Papi is the one in bed with Bill. Bill originally didn't want an older dog, and wasn't really interested in Papi, but I really wanted him. Now they are inseparable. I should get so much love and attention!!!
I've also attached a photo of Shiloh. I bet you think he isn't a Boston Terrier. He's in disguise.
Actually, he is the Jack Russell mix that a NEBTR volunteer picked up when she picked up a Boston from an elderly person who either died or was entering a nursing home because she (the volunteer) was concerned about what would happen to him. I was always worried about him, thinking that he would never get adopted from a Boston Terrier site. My 26-year-old daughter was ready to get a dog, but isn't really into short-noses (except ours of course!), so i sent her the link to Shiloh and she adopted him. Megan Sanchez was his foster mom. He is doing great and is a really fun little guy. Ally and her boyfriend Chris love him and so do we.
Thank you for all you have done for these pups Deb! You are an amazing volunteer and all of these dogs are so fortunate to have found you! What a difference you have made in their lives!!
When volunteer Sara Liberte went to pick up Boston Terrier Gus, she couldn't leave Shiloh behind and took him too! Then Megan fostered him. It was a great story and look at the lucky Shiloh now!
Sara your BT is also very lucky! You ran right into NYC as soon as we told you about her and pulled her out of the shelter and have nursed her though kennel cough and pneomonia.