Should we Get him a Little Brother or Sister? Need Advise!

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    Here is a Question from Marcin Zielinski : Should we Get him a Little Brother or Sister? Need Advise!

    “Please advise! We have a 3.5 year old BT – he is absolutely wonderful in every way. VERY high energy and wants to be constantly entertained, though.

    We’ve been thinking of getting him a little brother or a sister. Not sure if we should get another BT or a different breed? Boy or girl? Puppy or adult (rescue)? Will he not be jealous?

    If you could share your experiences and recommendations, that would be great! Thank you in advance!”

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    DeeDee McCall
    DeeDee McCall

    A rescue will give your Boston a playmate and will give the rescue a life. You wonderful 3 year ols have a lot of love and traing to a new one.

    DeeDee McCall
    DeeDee McCall

    My spelling is aweful. The jest is the older Boston has a lot of positive things to share with a new dog.

    Craig Duckett
    Craig Duckett

    We have two Boston girls, five years apart, and they get along great. They do everything together, and tag team us whenever they want something, like go for a walk or a doggy treat. They are the best of friends, and almost inseparable 🙂

    Bill Milam

    Our Boston’s and Frenchie dig each other too! You can’t go wrong with a Boston. HOWEVER, if you have a yard and you really like your lawn, you might consider another male (don’t hate me!). It’s just that when we got our second Boston, a female, we started noticing burn marks in the lawn where she pees. Other than that, it’s ALL GOOD!

    Will Maxwell

    Our BT and Frenchie are best buds.