In Memory of Captain Morgan

Boston Terrier
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Home:Grove City PA, a  [I have a diary!]  
Sex: Male

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Morgie, Mooger, Sausage

Doggie Dynamics:
not playfulvery playful

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Quick Bio:

June 8th 1998

Being with his family

He didn't haved any.

Favorite Toy:
His Blankie

Favorite Food:
Sausage, eggs, and bacon

Favorite Walk:
He loved to go every where

Best Tricks:
Shake hands

Arrival Story:
A local had Bts in the paper, when we were on our way to look, she called and said all were gone. When we got there someone had changed their mind and their was one little guy left. We took him home.

There is no other love like that of a Boston Terrier. We will miss him forever. He touched our lives and left so quickly. This is Morgan's page to remember him always. We luv you little guy.

Forums Motto:
Crazy for You

The Last Forum I Posted In:
are bostons good kid dogs?

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October 16th 2008 2:42 pm
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When I was a puppy, I was was the cutest, fatest, active little guy you ever met. The people who were going to take me home changed their mind so I was still there. That is how Mom and Dad got me. They felt very lucky to get me. I sure gave them many problems. Until Miss Clover came along and then I settled down. Mom was so proud of me she loved me very much. I miss her and she misses me. My people sister named Lauren loved me, too. She thought I looked funny when I was a puppy. She once counted all my spots, I had 36.. She liked to take my picture and then she moved away to take pictures.
Well more later.

Captain Morgan

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