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Volume 4 No. 6

Bentley Photo by Vera Crane

December 2013


BISS GCH Campbell Clan’s Defying Gravity ( Multi BISS CH Sunwoods Lamburgini X CH Constellation’s Twinklin Stargazer @ Campbell Clan )


Announcing the newest BISS winner of the Southbury Connecticut Boston Terrier Specialty 2013. Thank you Judge Mr. Phil Cappozzolo.

Breeders: Danielle & Gillian Campbell and Valerie Kaesemacher Owner / Handler Grace Quinlan

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Available to Approved Bitches with Health Clearances.

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In This Edition Cover/ Inside- Quinlan/ Campbell Clan (Quinlan) Index Kennedy (Hill) Deja -Vu (Pine) Kennedy/ Noble (Kennedy/ Noble) Brindlle Hill’s / Noble (Noble/ Orgren) Kanis (Gates) Pressingham Farm (Stewart) Chrimaso (Preston) Kennedy/ Ivylane (Starr) Stirling ( Kurts) Ragtyme (Halbardier) Grandview (McFarland) Cocolamus/ Talavera Cottage (Freni) Gilja (Cole) Hilltop/ Bringemo (Kinnard) Monty’s Pet Foods (Tharp) Asurebet/ Mtnview (Procaccini) Oui (Uzoff) Abba (Enright) Charm School (Pollack) Juniors Article- Designer Dogs HBTC Specialty Coverage BTCSD Specialty BTCC Specialty Club Specialty Advertising Article- Mirabelle BTCA Video DVD Xmas Cookies Next Edition info Advertising Specs Monthly Stats Photo Prints Magazine in Print Breeders listing/ Classifieds Back

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Winners Dog(

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Winners Dog

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Cerf - Patella - BAER tested

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Owner Handled by Daniel Pine

V 2012 Eukanuba BOB V Multi Group Winner BIS/BISS Bronze GCH

CH Deja-Vu I’m The Prince

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Owners:         Richard Binder, Doreen Brunning & Daniel Pine

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Baaaaaack! BISS GCH CH Kennedy’s Noble Reign Of Good Will Never one to rest on his laurels, Will made the most of his very limited show schedule this year!

* 5 Best of Breed wins * 2 Group placements * 3 Specialty Selects, & tons of GCH points All in just a handful of shows!

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Bred by Vicki & Sarah Kennedy Owned and Adored by Thomas & Margaret Noble and Sarah Kennedy Presented with love by Margaret Noble

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Noble Bostons and Brindle Hill’s Elite Bostons proudly present our


New Champion.



Jane is the product of 40 years of breeding by Wendy Orgren of Brindle Hill’s Elite Bostons out of her “Brady” CH Elite’s Win-Win Situation and “Bindi” Elite’s Golden Opportunity From Anchors.

CH Elite’s Noble Ties That Bind CGC

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Jane finished her Championship with 3 majors and 3 BOS over specials. Her enthusiasm and innate showmanship will now be on display in the Performance ring as she begins her Obedience and Agility career!

Owned and Loved by Thomas & Margaret Noble Presented by Margaret Noble

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to all the new Champions of this year! &

Jeanne Stewart & Terence Pow Duxbury, Massachusetts

Merry Christmas

from the Pressingham Farm Team!   As always......

“Walter” BISS GCH. Sunwoods Splendid Spl int

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FEMME FATALE (CH Mar-Crest’s Oblivious Mr. Magoo x Topper’s Topnotch Shela)

Happy Holiday s!





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Ch. Crane’s Elizabeth Browning Lizzy Lizzy is full sister to Ch. Cottage’s by Crane Live Long and Prosper.

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We are expecting puppies this Thanksgiving by BISS GRCH Ch Campbell Clan’ Defying Gravity.


Owned by: Jessica Freni at Cottage Boston Terriers Co-Owned /Bred by: Vera Ann Crane

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Seasons Greetings from

Jerry Lee

Multiple Group Placements BISS GCh. Ch. Gilja’s Lonestar Great Balls O’Fire (Ch. Renea’s Beetle Bailey x Ch. Cibolo-Lonestar Express News)

Jerry Lee was BISS at the Greater Atlanta Boston Terrier Club Specialty under Judge Jon Cole.

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Gilja Bostons Breeders/Owners: Jane F. Cole & Gilbert W. Cole Breeder/Owner/Handler:  Jane F. Cole AKC Breeder of Merit Gilja Bostons since 1973

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Wishes Everyone a

Merry Christmas

and Happy New Year

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ABBA’s Dapper Lucky Charm and the rest of the

ABBA Bostons

wish all of their Boston Terrier friends the very

MERRIEST of Christmas’ and a Blessed New Year.

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We had a wonderful year here at ABBA’s Bostons and are looking forward to visiting lots of friends in 2014. Happy Holidays from Carol Enright (caregiver), CH. ABBA’s Belle of the Ball, Ch. ABBA’s Magic Plymouth Rock, ABBA’s Magic Pilgrims Promise, ABBA’s Proud to be a Shady Lady, ABBA’s Lady Liberty, ABBA and Magic’s Final Pride and Glory, and ABBA’s Bombs Bursting in Air

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What type of temperament was important? Gentle or aggressive? Did they want a companion or a protector? How big? Should it be a heavy weight or a light weight? What about the head? Do we want a round, square or elongated head? Now what are going to do about the muzzle? Do we want an undershot bulldog type or do we want the typical terrier muzzle? The ears – hmmm – how should they be carried and should they be prick, rose, folded or flop? Oh, and if they were prick should they be cropped?

designer dogs Virginia McEvoy O’Connell | Menotomy Bostons All breeds are ‘designer dogs’. How they would look and what attributes they would need were deliniated by the type of work they were bred to perform. Many years of hard work, defeats and triumphs went into the development of every breed we know today.

our breed using what they owned and wanted to improve. The first litters were probably born in stables on Beacon Hill and Joy Street. Eventually their employers came to see what these men were trying to accomplish and became interested in fostering the breed.

Let’s look at our wonderful breed, the Boston Terrier and just think about where they came from.

We know that the English Bulldog was used. Assuredly not the dog we see today but a totally different looking animal with a completely different temperament. The Old English White Terrier ,which none of us have ever seen, was also at the beginning of our breed. If you

The original breeders were not wealthy men. They were the carriage drivers and stablemen of the city of Boston, Massachusetts elite. They began

are a student of our breed and have read any of the old books you realize that these were not the only breeds incorporated to develop the Boston. There were many a dog of uncertain ancestry tossed into the mix to contribute this or that quality. Wouldn’t you love to have been there when the gentlemen who developed the Boston Terrier were trying to decide what the newest ‘designer dog’ was going to look like? The arguments must have been epic!!!! Some men wanted to create a fighting dog, others a ratter.

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Do we want an round or an almond shaped eye? Dark or light? What color should the dog be? Black, brown, brindle, grey or red? Should he have distinctive markings or should he be solid colored? Wait a minute – we haven’t even talked about the body of the dog. What are we looking for? Square, rectangular? Long legged, short legged? Deep chested or narrow? A level topline or a roach? Over extended angulation or moderate? Should the dog have a long tail, a short tail, a screw tail or no tail? These men went round and round – each one sure their ideas were the best for this new breed that their particular idea was right and everyone else was wrong. I am sure there were more than just battles of words. As you know most

of these men were of Irish extraction and fisticuffs are often the Irish way of settling an argument! Eventually, somehow or another, the ideas began to gel and bit by bit agreement was reached. Putting together a concise and readable standard for this new breed had to be tackled and again there were many an ‘irish meeting of the minds’ before that was accomplished. Once they figured out what the dog was going to look like, the kind of temperament that was preferred the hard work of breeding this new dog began in ernest. Trial and error and much heartache went into the formative years. Eventually they had a recognizable breed that bred true to type !!!! Naming the breed was another stumbling block. Bulldog breeders would not countenance the breed being called the round-headed Bulldog or the Boston Bull. The Bulldog breeders call the dog a mongrel and fought long and hard to discourage the use of the Bulldog as part of the name. Many names were thought up and discarded until finally, an American Kennel Club director, dubbed it the Boston Terrier in honor of the city where it all began! The akc dragged their feet for years but finally allowed the dog into the studbook in 1893.

appearance, size and general demeanor. Our breed has never gone below 25th in the popular breeds and has deservedly earned it’s nickname ‘The American Gentleman’. For many years the ‘Boston’ was the top entry in dog shows across the United States. We have always had folks who mix various breeds to come up with a new ‘designer dog’. The breeders who attempt this task have no idea of the time, energy and work that goes into making a new breed. I wish them luck and perhaps, in years to come, the cockerpoo, goldendoodle, etc. May be welcomed into the breeds shown at American kennel club all-breed shows. The Boston Terrier is the first breed accepted into the American Kennel Club studbook that began it’s existence here in the United States. So it is with undeniable pride that I state: the Boston Terrier is the original American ‘Designer Dog’ .

Truly, the Boston Terrier is the ‘American Designer Dog.’

Climbing very quickly into favor with the general public the Boston Terrier became the breed of choice for city dwellers because of it’s jaunty

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Friday, October 11, 2013

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Best of Breed - GCH Deja-Vu I’m The Prince Winners Dog – Victory Royal Windsor Reserve Winners Dog – Royal Chaos’s Because I’m Big Jake Best of Winners – Deja-Vu Simply Irresistible Starr Reserve Winners Bitch – DJ’s Morning Mist Best of Opp Sex – CH KC’s Just Out of Reach Select Dog – GCH Knolland King of the Road Select Bitch – GCH Sunwood Cosmic Wind to Victory Best Veteran – GCH Sunwood Cosmic Wind to Victory Best Bred By Exhibitor – Hi-Lu’s Nu Jim Dandy Best in Sweepstakes – Bosart’s Reigning Heir to the Throne

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The Boston Terrier Club of San Diego invites you to celebrate the New Year in Indio, CA  Empire Equestrian Park and Polo Field Ave. 51 and Monroe Street, Indio, Ca.

Thu 1/2/14  Sand to Sea Non Sporting Association         Dr. Gary Sparschu                      Supported Entry BTCSD  -Sweepstakes         Mrs. Janet Jackson

The center of this one of a kind quilt by Susie Field  is a custom embroidery of a Boston by Clarice Dean. The rest are photos of Bostons  past and present. So if you can, come and join us at the show for old fashion hospitality,  free food, great company and a really good raffle we will see you there.  If you can’t come buy some raffle tickets. It helps the rescue and you might win!

Fri 1/3/14       Boston Terrier Club of San Diego                Mrs Joanne N. Pailk                        Designated Specialty     - Sweepstakes         Mr. David Bolus                        with Sand to Sea Non Sporting Association 

Contact Terry Pratt for raffle tickets at: or (619) 561-0652

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Sun 1/5/14      Kennel Club of Palm Springs                        Mr Robert Ennis

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Saturday March 15th 2014

Thanks to the input from our exhibitors last year we will be holding two great shows on the same day. AM Conformation Judge:

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Artist Michael Muller’s dog is his muse. The former teacher and galleryowner fashioned a whole new career built around Mirabelle, his adorable Boston Terrier Tom Boeke, gave Mirabelle, a Boston Terrier, to Michael Muller who says she has changed his life. Muller’s written three books about her and has designed cards and gifts featuring his beloved Mirabelle. “You know how you just know sometimes?” says Boeke who a few days later fixed a red bow onto the pup’s collar thinking he was giving his friend Michael Muller a dog for Christmas.

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Little did he know, he gave him a furry muse. This fall, nearly six years after Muller met the dog he would name Mirabelle, Muller is no longer a first grade teacher. He’s a Baltimore artist who’s particularly known for fine art photographs of a certain black and white dog. He and Boeke are partners in a venture that sells everything from Mirabelle shirts to skateboards. And Workman Publishing just released a trio of children’s picture books -- written by Muller -- about a terrier named Mirabelle. They are such people dogs,” he says, “so inquisitive and interested in the world around them. Certain people see beauty in certain ways and I see a pushed-in little nose as beauty.”

Muller will tell anyone that like Boeke, he sensed something different about Mirabelle even as a puppy. A certain worldliness, a way of knowing just what he wanted from her that had nothing to do with training. Mirabelle came to work every day to the Rehoboth Beach gallery Muller and Boeke had opened together. The other dogs did not. She’d snooze in her bed behind the counter and when a customer would come in, she’d greet them gently. If folks wanted to take her picture, she was always willing. Sometimes she’d show uncanny salesmanship, standing gamely by the rack of cards with her picture on them. “She was meant to be our shop girl,” Muller says. He named her, in fact, after the title character in the Steve Martin novella, “Shop Girl.” Because of the faltering economy and a difficult location, gallery business was slow. So Muller and Boeke decided to advertise. On a whim, Muller put one of his photos of Mirabelle in the ad -- a shot of her sitting on a leather chair, staring down the camera, ears up. “People came in saying, ‘Who’s that little dog in the ad?’” Muller remembers, adding Mirabelle not only got traffic to the shop, she got people to open their

wallets. “The economy was such that nobody was buying thousanddollar pieces but they bought a Mirabelle card for $3.50 and a $20 Mirabelle T-shirt.” At some point Muller and Boeke decided Mirabelle was working but the gallery was not. On a buying trip to New York, Muller recalls a soul-searching conversation the two had over dinner. Was this interest in Mirabelle something that could last? Did they have the courage and tenacity to see it through? “The universe seems to be pushing us in this direction,” Muller said they decided. “Let’s listen.” Boeke returned to being a full-time physical therapist while he and Muller started a wholesale art card business with everything designed by Muller. They were pushing their wares at the National Stationery Show at Manhattan’s Jacob K. Javits

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Lovable Mirabelle and her bow-tied, bespectacled owner are endlessly inspiring, fun and most importantly, they love going on adventures together.

Mirabelle is a symbol of believing in the power of doing what you love and the adventure it can take you on.

Convention Center when they caught the eye of talent scouts from Workman Publishing. Raquel Jaramillo, Workman’s children’s book director, said what turned her head was Muller’s fresh, minimalist style — “sophisticated yet adorable.” A book deal was born. Workman released three Mirabelle titles last fall -- “Mirabelle and the Bouncy Red Ball,” “Mirabelle and the Butterfly” and “Mirabelle Goes for a Walk,” which Muller says was entirely inspired by his daily walks with her around his Union Square neighborhood.

with the dog was the story. And so he became Mr. Muller, Mirabelle’s be-spectacled, bowtied sidekick. “I thought that the real uniqueness was her relationship with Mr. Muller, that sweet rapport they have between them,” Jaramillo says, adding it’s very parentand-child. “Just walking down the block is magical when you’re the parent of a child, nothing is taken for granted. That’s what Mirabelle brings to play for the reader -- every small tiny moment. Jumping over a puddle becomes an adventure.”

Releasing three at once is unusual, Jaramillo says, done to establish Mirabelle as a character right out of the box. In the books, Mirabelle is rendered with an oversize head and huge, upright ears. The eyes are wide and alert. Muller wasn’t originally going to put himself in the storyline but Workman insisted, saying his relationship

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Christmas Treats for Fido Carob Dog Biscuits 3C. Whole wheat flour ½ C wheat germ 2 ½ C Oatmeal 1/8 C peanut oil 1/8 C Corn oil 1TBSP Brown Sugar 2 OZ Carob Chips ¼ C Molasses 1C Water ½ C powder3ed Milk Mix dry ingredients, add remaining ingredients til blended. Dough will be stiff. Roll out to1/2 inch thickness, cut into shapes and bake at 300 degrees fro 1 hour. Makes 2-3 dozen.

Whole Wheat Dog Biscuits 2 1/2C Whole wheat flour ¼ C whaet germ ¼ C milk 1 Clove of Garlic 4tbsp margarine 1 egg beaten 1TBSP Molasses

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Carrot Crunchies ½ C high quality dog kibble 2 C grated carrots ½ C applesauce ½ plain yogurt 2 C all purpose flour 1 TSP baking powder Preheat oven to 400 degrees Put the dog kibble into a food processor and grind to a course flour Should measure ½ after grinding Use a food processor to pure the grated carrots Add the applesauce and yogurt to the pureed carrots and mix again until the mixture is a smooth, thick pale orange cream. Spoon the mixture into a large bowl, add the flour, ground dog food and baking powder. Mix until a dough forms knead well with your hands. Drop the ball of dough onto a floured board and roll out to a little more than a ¼ inch thickness. Use a 3” dog bone shaped cutter to make the shapes. Place the cookies on a greased cookie sheet and bake for 10 minutes, flip the cookies and bake another 10 minutes until golden brown. Remove from the oven.

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Microwave Oatmeal Balls ¾ C non fat dry milk ½ C Flour, anykind works. 1 C quick Oats ¼ C flax Seed ¼ C Cornmeal 2 TBSP beef bullion powder 1/3 C melted butter 1 Large egg ½ C warm water 1 C of quick oats for coating the treats Mix the first 6 ingredients well. Add butter,egg and water and mix until it forms a ball of dough. Spread the second cup of quick oats on a board. Form marble size pieces of dough into balls rolling in the oats Place 12 balls on a plate and microwave the plate of treats at 50% power for 4-5 minutes. Remove from the microwave, let cool and store in airtight containers.

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Suzanne “MAXINE” Uzoff Houston, Texas 713 569 9190 WWW.OUIBOSTONS.COM

Breeder of Top 10 bostons Naturally reared & raw fed. CERF, OFA, Hemi, Hip & JC DNA tested

Beth Griner Dolores (Dee) Morton 3114 Woodhams Ave., Portage, Mi 49002 (269) 352-7660

CampbellClanBostons Danielle Campbell Ch. Stud service, puppies. OFA BAER, Cerf, Patella, Cardiac, JC. DNA, Thyorid, spine and hips

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Nicole Pollack Portsmouth, New Hampshire 603.431.6151

Hilltop Boxers & Bostons

Touch of Magic Bostons

Diana Terry / Merrilee Burgess 253-445-0876

Stacie Kinnaird 903-530-8371 Located in East Texas Breeding for Correct - Type.Temperament.Health

Martini Bostons

Linda Martin 502 Terrault Drive, Greensboro, NC 27410 336-324-9573

Carol Enright ABBA’s Bostons QUALITY not QUANTITY - since 1968

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