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  • Paperback: 136 pages
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (9 Aug 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1463798784
  • ISBN-13: 978-1463798789
  • Product Dimensions: 14 x 0.8 x 21.6 cm
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,823,076 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Vince Stead was born in Pontiac Michigan, and had 4 older brothers and 2 older sisters. Vince's mother passed away from cancer at the age of 37, and Vince was 18 months old at the time. Vince spent a little bit of time with other relatives, then was reunited with his father, who was a life long alcoholic, but was a nice father.

Vince's father owned a string of bakeries, but there was never really any money, his father drank and spent it away most of the time. At a very early age, Vince would go with his father every day to work, where is father and helpers would make all the bakery products at one bakery, and deliver them to the other bakeries every morning, and Vince would ride in the delivery van with his father every day until he was old enough to go to school. Vince learned at an early age, that is father required him to pay for his stuff, like new school clothing and other stuff. Through out Vince's whole childhood life, he worked weekends with his father in the middle of the night at his bakery, to earn money to buy clothes for school.

Vince got his first real job as a paperboy at the age of 11, and kept that job instead his was 13, when he got a better job washing dishes at the local Harvey's Country Kettle Restaurant, where he would ride his bike to and from the restaurant several nights a week after school. Vince kept the dish washing job until he was 15 years old, and got a job a big grocery store in the next town over. Vince did not have a drivers license yet, but he really wanted to keep his job, so he would hitch hike after school to his grocery store job, and sometimes he would be picked up by his teacher, and she would give him a ride to work.

All of Vince's brother's and sisters we required to move out of the house before they turned 16 years old. Vince was able to talk his older friend into renting an apartment with him, that worked at the grocery store also. The manager was nice enough at the grocery store to let Vince work nights shining the grocery store isles with a machine, and working each Sunday, where the other employees were only allowed to work every other Sunday, because the grocery store paid over time, and Ron the manager, had a kind heart.

Vince joined the Navy when he was 18 and liked it very much. He spent 4 years on shore duty at an air squadron, and 4 years at sea duty, where he was stationed on a submarine tender, the USS Proteus, and a destroyer, the USS David R. Ray, and a short stint on the USS Nimitz aircraft carrier. While on the destroyer, the ship would escort Kuwaiti oil tankers full of oil destined for America, out to sea so they would not get attacked. They would put an American flag on their ship, and the destroyer Vince was stationed on would escort them out to sea and safety so everyone back in America could get cheap oil at the time

While Vince was in the Navy and living in San Diego, California, he has always owned, raised, trained, and enjoyed dogs in his life.

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Vince Stead has been raising dogs for over 25 years now.

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
If I could give this book a ZERO I would have 5 Aug 2012
By PandaLover - Published on Amazon.com
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This book had nothing to do with Boston Terriers but just put inputted the words Boston Terrier wherever the author could have put in the breed of any dog. For example - How to give your Boston Terrier A Bath - went something like, make sure your puppy or dog doesn't have matted hair because it is harder to get out when it is wet. The book is supposed to be about Boston Terriers. Has anyone ever had a long-haired Boston Terrier? This book was $4.99 on Kindle - I wasted $4.99 and my time. PLEASE DON'T WASTE YOUR MONEY ON THIS BOOK!
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
horriable 17 Dec 2011
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it was like reading someones facebook posting. full of typos, and run on sentences that did not make sense. i can not believe they can sell this it is such poor quilty!
Tried to give it less than 1/2 of a star. 19 Mar 2013
By michael p blaauw - Published on Amazon.com
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This book was very generic, poorly written, and had too many typos! I would not recommend this book to anyone!
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A Book That Help You Very Much. 9 Feb 2012
By Mic - Published on Amazon.com
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A Boston Terrier puppy grows to be a beautiful little family tree companion dog. They really are a "people" dog who are forever loyal and affectionate, but not necessarily a lapdog - they've got lots of spunk!
Boston Terrier puppies are very trainable dogs who be inflicted with bounty of acumen to back up their natural enthusiasm. Bostons love the corporal and mental stimulation which respect training provides - plus they are skilled by it. Training your Boston is the calculate as you will develop and strengthen the lifetime bond you and your dog will share. Always aid clear, non violent and reward based training methods with your Boston. They don't need one harsh correction, all they require is approximately skilled regular guidance and leadership from you. A Boston Terrier puppy is a relatively low maintenance dog breed - they are a fantastic scale pro generally household situations. When well bred, socialized and qualified they are a dependable and even tempered companion. Understand your Boston Terrier Puppy or Dog is very easy for us if we follow this book. A lot of useful information is discuss in this book.
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