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Last month we lost our almost 14 year old Boston Terroer. It wa so painful, and we knew we wanted to get another one, but were going to wait until Spring, but as fate would have it, this sweet little guy came into our lives. He is 12 weeks old, and we named him Reno. We felt a little guilty, getting him so soon after losing Wylie, but I think Wylie would be happy to see us smile again.
 

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No need to feel guilty. We all feel differently after losing our beloved pets. Some people need a longer break, some need to fill that emptiness quickly.

He is very handsome, but most importantly, he makes you happy.
 

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He's meant to be!

Our beloved German Shorthair Pointer, Crispin, died after losing his long battle with osteosarcoma. We were heartbroken and went to the shelter the following day and brought home our newest addition, Tansy.

Some people need another pup to love on quickly while others need to wait. Nothing wrong with either case.
 

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Well, it's been 2 weeks, and Reno seems to be adjusting to his new home well. He had a little case of kennel cough, but after some antibiotics, is doing much better. House training is going well, but we are having a hard time with nipping and biting when he plays. He has a ton of toys, but it's so much more fun biting ankles and pant legs. He plays hard, but loves to cuddle too. Overall, he is perfect!
 

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