This week, we relocated a lovely BOSTON TERRIER called MONSIEUR from Montréal to Paris. His owners were so nervous.
We requested the collaboration of our IPATA colleague Colette in Paris and the arrival importation procedures were done efficiently.
Monsieur is now at home in Paris.
We share the message of his relieved owners:
From: Franck E.
Sent: August-31-16 2:14 PM
To: Tim Harris
Subject: “MONSIEUR” our BOSTON TERRIER
Hi Manoir Kanisha,
We are now all reunited in Paris and “MONSIEUR” is super fine and having loads of fun!
He was very cuddly at first but is now playing like crazy as if nothing happened.
Thanks for all your support in the process.
I know we were probably more stressed than he was but it’s only because we care.
Your guidance and support have been really tremendous!
Here is a pic of the family!!
From: Jeff Cantin
Sent: Saturday, September 10, 2016 4:15 AM
To: Nicole MacDuff <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: MONSIEUR is such an urban puppy now!
Dear Mrs. MacDuff,
Sorry for the delay. We are delighted by the little post.
Many thanks again for helping us out with the relocation of Monsieur.
The whole family is reunited in the new home and happy 🙂
Here’s a little picture of MONSIEUR travelling by metro in Paris.
He’s such an urban puppy now 😉 !
Jeff, Frank & MONSIEUR
The BOSTON TERRIER is a very intelligent and lively breed.
“The Boston Terrier is a breed of dog originating in the United States. This “American Gentleman” was accepted in 1893 by the American Kennel Club as a non-sporting breed. Color and markings are important when distinguishing this breed to the AKC standard. They should be either black, brindle or seal with white markings. Bostons are small and compact with a short tail and erect ears. The AKC says they are highly intelligent and very easily trained. They are friendly and can be stubborn at times. The average life span of a Boston is around 11 to 13 years, though some can live well into their teens.
The Boston Terrier is a gentle breed that typically has a strong, happy-go-lucky, and friendly personality with a merry sense of humor. Bostons are generally eager to please their owner and can be easily trained. They can be very protective of their owners, which may result in aggressive and territorial behavior toward other pets and strangers. The breed requires only a minimum amount of grooming.
While originally bred for fighting as well as hunting rats in garment factories, they were later down bred for companionship. They are not considered terriers by the American Kennel Club, however, but are part of the non-sporting group.
Both females and males are generally quiet and bark only when necessary, though early training in this regard is essential. Their usually sensible attitude towards barking makes them excellent choices for apartment dwellers. They enjoy being around people, get along well with children, the elderly, other canines, and non-canine pets if properly socialized.” Wikipedia
To learn more about this wonderful breed of dog, see the following links: