DOLLY THE BOSTON BUDDHA
The Pawsitively Zen Pooch!
Heartbroken over the loss of two beloved elderly dogs, Suzanne’s family encouraged her to search for a Boston Terrier (aka Boston Bulldog) puppy. With her supportive mother and sister-in-law helping with the search, she saw hundreds of adorable puppies and wanted to take them all home. Until she stumbled upon Dolly. It was love at first sight.
Playful, affectionate and exceptionally intelligent, Dolly was so easy to train that people felt there was something otherworldly and mystical about her.
This is Dolly four days after she arrived. She had already learned to sit and give her paw. Cute, n’est ce paw?
Dolly was 13 weeks old in this photo. She had also learned to ‘stay’, fetch toys, and ask for the door.
Today, Dolly the Boston Buddha dazzles children and the young at heart with amusing stunts, including her ‘Dolly Diva’ routine, closing kitchen drawers and locating ‘Dolly’s Bench’ in her favourite park. She also loves to play soccer with the kids.
Dolly for Kids celebrates the child-animal bond and artwork by children and the young at heart! If you tap into your inner Salvador Dolly to draw, colour or paint Dolly, your masterpiece will be posted in the Dolly Art Gallery for the world to see!
Dolly for Kids also features animal videos, Dear Dolly for special needs children and Skype visits.
You can also visit Dolly the Boston Buddha on social media. She has her own Google+, Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram, Vine and YouTube accounts. Pug nose and cute paws to the ground, the newshound likes to sniff and dig for a compelling story. In fact, she has an excellent reputation for unearthing ‘Scoops’.