Boston Terrier Puppies

I'm assuming that if you've made it this far, you've done some research on the characteristics of Boston Terriers so I won't go into too much detail on that.  If not, here are a couple of links to get you started with more in depth information.  While I find them to be amazing little companions, it's very important to make sure that this breed is a good match for YOU and YOUR lifestyle.  AKC.org and DogBreedInfo.com

Pros:

  • Friendly, amusing, loyal & loves to cuddle - amazing family dogs

  • Small & compact

  • Moderate energy level 

  • Intelligent and easily trained

  • Good for city or county living

  • Require light grooming, shed minimally & don't have a strong dog odor  

  • Relatively quiet - they aren't yappy or prone to excessive barking

Cons:

  • Can be stubborn and take longer to housetrain

  • Can be sensitive

  • Can be prone to obesity, eye and respiratory issues

  • Flatulence, snoring and/or occasional drooling 

  • Due to their short muzzles they don't respond well to long workouts or extreme heat

  • They are in-door dogs and they don't have the proper coat to protect them against the elements

  • Terrible guard dogs - they may alert you that someone is visiting but that's it.

  • Often suffer from allergies requiring a diet that aids in digestion & skin/coat care

Require:

  • A gentle but stern handling/training

  • Stimulation and proper exercise to keep them from being too high strung, about 30-60 minutes a day

  • Proper nutrition and immunizations 

  • Socialization with people and other animals

  • Due to their thin coats, they like a warm coat or sweater in cold winter temperatures

  • Lots of love, security and snuggles!

  

Shown below is the most recent litter(s) with the availability of each pup.  Please make sure to visit our Puppy Purchasing page.

Lucy

Lucy x 

Born:

Available:  1 Girls / 1 Boys