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Furry friendships

Lantern Hill’s first four-legged residents

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June 1st, 2017
Sister and brother Nancy Boucher and John Bauer share Laddie while living in separate apartment homes at Lantern Hill.

Sister and brother Nancy Boucher and John Bauer share Laddie while living in separate apartment homes at Lantern Hill.

People aren’t the only ones moving to Lantern Hill. The community has welcomed a few four-legged friends in the past year as well. 

Laddie, the ten-year-old sheltie the Tribune featured in 2015, is settling into life at the New Providence community. He loves living on the first floor so he can easily go outside for walks and bathroom breaks. And he’s met a few friends as well, including two greyhounds.

Laddie’s parents, brother-sister duo Nancy Boucher and John Bauer, share him while living in separate one-bedroom, one-and-a-half-bath apartment homes. Nancy chose a Burlington model, which she says has “lots of nice storage and a big pantry.”

“Everybody here seems to like Laddie,” Nancy says. 

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