Truly an “All-American” dog, the Boston Terrier is a lively and highly intelligent breed with an excellent disposition. Conveying an impression of determination, strength, and activity, he is short-headed and compactly built and must be black, brindle, or seal with white markings.
The Boston Terrier has been nicknamed “the American Gentleman” because of his dapper appearance, characteristically gentle disposition, and suitability as a companion and house pet. They require only a moderate amount of exercise and a minimum amount of grooming. The breed is easy to train and they are easy keepers, preferring to remain by their owner’s sides.
Following the Civil War, the Boston Terrier breed was developed in the stables of Boston, Massachusetts, as a fighting dog. An imported dog known as “Hooper’s Judge” (sold to a Boston man in 1870) became the ancestor of almost all true modern Boston Terriers.
The breed is an American creation, resulting from a cross between an English Bulldog and a white English Terrier. In 1891, the breed became known as Boston Terriers, taking the name of the city where they originated.
• Apartment is fine because of the small size
• Low activity indoors.
• Thrive in moderate climates because of the short snout
• Moderate daily exercise.
• Love vigorous play because of terrier disposition
• Easy care.
• Occasional brushing because of short hair coat
• Average shedding.
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