boston terrier dog lola

Lola Update Part 3

5:38 PMKathryn Curling



Since she is just too cute I figured it was time for a Lola update. She is now 8 months old. It seems like she grew too fast for me to keep up. Her ears are finally standing completely tall and she is a complete mess!! I know from previous experience that Boston Terriers are very active and hyper dogs, which was one of the main reason I chose her because I figured she would be great for my son. But goodness she is hyper! Most evenings, Conrad and her are chasing each other around the house or outside. They're two peas in a pod and we love her. She is such a clown. I love that she is always so excited to see me more than anyone else in the house. It makes me feel special. She'll jump from the floor to my arms and is doing pretty well with learning tricks. So far she can sit, talk, roll over (sort of) and high five.

Now for the bad news. When we moved to our new house she started having issues with being left alone while we were at work and school and decided that a great idea to pass the time would be to start dragging out trash, ripping up carpet, and chewing on furniture! Basically anything that was left on the floor or out she would get into. She would even jump up onto the kitchen table and tear up the napkins or any food that was there. I've never really been much for kenneling dogs up but I felt I had no choice if I wanted to keep my sanity and house in tact. So we're much better now that we overcame that little messy bump. I'm hoping she'll out grow all of that in the next 6 months haha.

Kat

* My camera is in the shop... I wish I had more photos =(

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8 comments

  1. she's adorable!! My kittens go into destructo mode if they're left alone for too long too... wonder if its possible to crate train cats.... lol

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    1. You could probably crate them, but I'm sure how happy they'd be about it hahaha

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  2. She's a mess. Hubs little dog has started steeling items from the trash and hiding them under his office bed. Argh.

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    1. oh gosh! thankfully she doesn't hide them anywhere... just leaves them in the middle of the floor haha I think we both need to invest in trash cans with lids haha

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  3. OMGGGG, She is sooooooooooooooooooooooo cute!!! My brother just coincidently bought a Boston Terrier a couple of months ago and I can totally relate to her being super hiperactive. I have no idea where she gets all the energy, she never stops!

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    1. Well your brother is in for an adventure! What did he name his? She is hyper but she's perfect for us nonetheless!

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