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Tuesday, March 4, 2014

Visiting Bull Terrier: Winston Bogsley



I love it when readers take the time to share their pups with us. Today's visit had been facilitate by Rebecca, who reports that she always wanted a Bull Terrier - but had to wait until she was all grown up to get one :-)












This handsome gentleman is Winston Bogsley.












He is a one year old, Miniature Bull Terrier. He is a solid 30 pounds of dynamic love, as his pictures indicate.










Along with his four legged friends, Winston if very good buddies with a five year old boy. I can only imagine what those two get into!







This is Winston and his boy playing hide and seek with Rebecca - she said they're both missing some of the finer points of the game - as long as they can't see her, she isn't supposed to see them :-)







Thanks Rebecca for sharing your cheerful fellow with us!







(Remember readers, your pics are welcome at cmoslund@gmail[dot]com)












15 comments:

  1. He is super gorgeous!!!! Love those photos!!!! Beautiful! Thanks for coming by my blog today!
    ((husky hugz))
    frum our pack at love is being owned by a husky

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    1. He is a very handsome boy, isn't he :-) Thanks for stopping in!

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  2. Hi Y'all!

    Oh, what a cutie!

    Y'all come by now,
    Hawk aka BrownDog

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  3. What a cutie. I bet him and his boy have a blast.

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    1. I'm sure the play hard and sleep soundly!

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  4. That under the bed photo just is too cute.

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    1. That picture really tickles me - "Mom will never find us here!"

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  5. I love the photograph of them hiding!

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    1. Decidedly one of my favorite pics :-)

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  6. Even though we live hundreds of miles apart, I bet you can hear me squealing. What a cutie patootie and I just love that name :-) The hiding photo is hilarious.

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    1. That's what that sound was! Another mystery solved :-)

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    1. I think that first picture could be used to make the most adorable cartoon character - and he's grown into such a handsome boy, hasn't he!

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  8. With Its pear formed head, its wavy coat firmly trimmed like poodles, and its odd yet not rich lines, this pooch looks to some extent like a sheep. The Bedlington's delicate appearance is however beguiling. In early days, when it was known as the Rothberry terrier, this emphatically assembled canine had shorter legs and was utilized to chase not just such vermin as mice and rats and badgers additionally foxes and maybe even wolves. Terrier of mystery

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