Y'all are about to see the most adorable little pup. My friend, Alex, is here to introduce you to her precious little Boston! For me, it was love at first sight. I dare you not to fall in love with this little face!
I'd love to thank Julie for letting us come over to her little place in the blog world today! I'm Alex, from the saga of a twenty-something, and this is Dolly:
Dolly is 11 years young. She's actually the boyfriend's dog; he got her when she was just a little puppy, and (according to him) she could just fit in the palm of his hand. Now, she's a bit bigger, a bit older and wee bit slower, but she's still the best dog in the whole wide world. I've been lucky enough to know her for the past three years. When we started dating, I had to get Dolly-approved. Thankfully, I passed the test. And now she lets me love her and take pictures of her whenever I want.
I grew up without pets, so any dog was good in my book. It just so happens that Dolly is well-trained and one of the nicest dogs out there. Unless you're another dog. She actually doesn't play very nicely with other dogs.
Oh, you want to see more goofy pictures of her? Here you go...
She, unlike most Boston Terriers, has a longer tail, which forces her to sit like a human, with her back legs sticking out. She also hates to have her tail and her front paws touched. Consider yourself warned.
Dolly has a very special talent: she snores. A LOT. You'd think that as a smaller dog, she'd make less noise. But nope. She's a champion snorer. Sometimes we have to kick her out of our bedroom at night because she's snoring so loud.
At the end of the day, she's a cuddly little baby who loves to be touched. And she's the best dog ever :)
|pardon her demon eyes.|