Josie’s Boston Terrier Memorial


Josie’s Boston Terrier Memorial

Losing a Boston Terrier is like losing a member of the family. The sorrow you feel is a natural process of grieving.

This space has been created as a safe place for Boston owners to share stories about their Boston and memorialize them since going to doggy heaven.

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The resources for grief page includes three helpful videos as well as links to great articles outside of this website covering pet loss.


Josie’s Boston Terrier Memorial
Josephine “Josie” Kochen’s

Josephine “Josie” Kochen’s Memorial

(05/11/2011 – 09/10/2020)

By: Samantha from Connecticut

I adopted Josie with epilepsy at a year and a half years old.  She was a sweet girl who loved people and enjoyed her Kitty friends she met over the years and a bunny friend. 

Watching Josie and her friends interact and play was so much fun. 

Josie also had a parrot friend she wasn’t quite sure of but she would try to play with.  

Josie loved doing anything. She was good to go from hanging with a live band to riding on a bike. She was my Co-Pilot and shadow.  

I miss her dearly. 

Rest peacefully my little 

“Cha-Cha”.

Learn more about epilepsy in Boston Terriers here, Epilepsy In Boston Terriers: What You Need To Know.

The Loss Of A Boston Terrier

Losing a Boston Terrier is like losing a member of the family. The sorrow you feel is a natural process of grieving.

This space has been created as a safe place for Boston owners to share stories about their Boston and memorialize them since going to doggy heaven.

Create your own memorial to celebrate the life of your Boston Terrier.

The resources for grief page includes three helpful videos as well as links to great articles outside of this website covering pet loss.

Donnie Gardner

Donnie Gardner is the owner of the Boston Terrier Society. He has been raising Bella the Boston since 2010. He resides in Kansas with his wife, daughter, and Bella. His favorite activities are hanging out with family, traveling, running (but has bad knees), and reading non-fiction books.

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