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In June 30, I had the pleasure of doing an interview on Blog Talk Radio with renowned pet psychic, Laura Stinchfield. Laura also “spoke” with Carson. If you go to this link and forward to the 40 minute mark, you can listen in. It was fun, we got to hear from Carson,  and we hope it introduced more people to our sanctuary. Thank you to Nancy Stone and Laura!

http://thepetpsychic.com/2011/06/30/pet-psychic-radio-63011/

Carson 3/13/11

Two days ago, little Pete took off for the Phoenix area, where Az. Cocker Rescue will find him his forever home. We were happy when they offered to take him, as our remote location and my having to stay here 24/7 makes it hard to find potential adopters. The gals at Cocker Rescue are in love with him and he is a big hit with everyone he meets. Many thanks to them!

Pistol Pete- from Dallas

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Comments

  1. Cathy it was great to have you and Carson on the show. Next time we will have to talk to Wilbur too! Thank you for everything that you do!

  2. Krystal Sawyer says:

    Yay for Pete! Love that little guy!!!

  3. Cathy Ritlaw says:

    Thank you again! Wilbur might use bad words, he’s a bit of a roughneck! But, we still love him.

  4. meg says:

    Pete looks and weighs(lbs) just like my Rat Terrier

  5. Cathy Ritlaw says:

    Wow, I was not aware Rat terriers come in brindle! I just googled, and they do. However, he has classic Boston Terrier markings and his head seems to show some chihuahua, IMO. They are crossbreeding Bostons & chis to create Bochis, another dumb idea at “designer dogs”. Everyone who sees him thinks he is def part Boston. I think he is lighter-boned than most rat terriers, too, but he is very similar.

  6. Cathy Ritlaw says:

    I Googled:
    “Brindle is not an acceptable pattern for UKC registered rat terriers and most breeders avoid it. The gene that causes the brindle pattern is dominant and it is very difficult to get it out of a breeding program once it is introduced..”
    I think Pete must be a Boston mix, but we love all the terriers, they are tough little cookies!

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