Adventures with my Boston
Too Cute! Now Freddy needs to learn to skateboard! That is your new job in life-teaching him!!!!!!!xo, misha
*Giggles*Such fashion statements!!! Chia Boston made me laugh out loud!Make sure Freddy wears a helmet!
Oh my goodness! Mom had 2 Nostons awhile agoBenny & Lily
OMG that’s awesome! They are so funny, brilliant post.RegardsEdward
LMAO! The first time Pie heard this song he turned to me and said "THIS is Tucker's song!"
OMG! DYING! This made my week! especially the "Wiggle" part. After watching this I am glad to see that my Tucker-pants isn't the only weird Boston out there!
He's certainly well dressed and proud of it. Love the attitude.
To Funny!! Did I really see a Chia Boston?? LOL LOL
That was so cute and funny. So when is Fred going to try skateboarding, surfing, swimming and don't forget the trampoline! Except he looks pretty content on his monkey bed in the last post, so maybe not for him.
That is so cute!! I love the Boston on the trampoline. Too cute!In response to your comments on Chrome's blog: I love dappled gray too! I'm hoping he will dapple out. I've seen faint signs of dappling (hubby thinks I'm imagining it lol) so hopefully he will. Some horses skip the dappling stage, but I hope he won't.It takes approximately a month for all of the testosterone to leave his body, but up to six months for him to forget he was a stallion. Some horses retain the studdy behaviors for the rest of their lives because it's a habit, but he didn't have a ton of them to begin with. Well not ones that bothered me anyway. The ones I'm hoping this helps with is pushing the fences with his chest and the way he reacts to other horses.Thanks for catching up with us and commenting. I've missed reading your comments and your blog. :)
That was priceless....I did more than giggle. I don't know which one I liked best cause they were all pretty much hilarius....but the dog on the trampoline was pretty good.
Okay, I'll confess, I laughed out loud a few times. Looks like Boston's have way too much personality.
I'm really glad you're back. I missed getting comments from you. :DFriesian are awesome horses, aren't they? That's why I fell in love with the breed. To me, they are perfect. :)I really appreciate your comment. It made me feel really good about our progress so far. I actually got Chrome as a weanling specifically for the reason you mentioned. I've never had a horse that I got to train my way before and I always enjoyed training puppies for the same reason, so I'm happy I tried it because Chrome is turning out to be the best horse I've ever worked with. :D
Oh and I will definitely check out that blog! Thanks for telling me about it. :)
Hehehe you're too funny. :) A flea-bitten gray is when they turn solid white and then develop hundreds of tiny specks of color back in their coat. Did you see pictures of Chrome's mom? She's a flea-bitten gray. If you didn't there are pictures of her on Chrome's page. There is info and one picture of a flea-bitten gray here http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fleabitten_gray You can also do a Google search to see a ton of pictures. :) Thanks for the link about the gray gene. I'll check it out. I LOVE reading about color genetics. Thank you also for your comment. I love my boys. They are all so adorable. :)
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