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They are playful, often adore games, and will consider themselves an equal member of the family. Individually, some Boston Terriers can be extremely sensitive to their owner’s moods. This archetype can make them a one-person dog, but that’s why—like most dogs—early socialization is important.
They are calm, quiet dogs. Rottweilers are not a vocal breed; indeed, many owners rarely hear their Rottweiler bark. They bark if there’s a reason to bark, but generally respond quietly to their environment.
The Boston Terrier loves children and makes a good playmate for them. He’s small enough that he won’t knock them down but large enough that he’s not easily injured. In general, he gets along well with other dogs and cats, especially if he’s socialized to them at an early age.
Usually, no. The Boston terrier is not naturally aggressive. One of the reasons the Boston terrier is so beloved by pet owners—coming in 23rd in popularity in 2021, according to the American Kennel Club’s ranking of 197 breeds—is because of the breed’s even-keeled temperament.
Boston Terriers are genuinely great dogs for first-time owners! We may be a bit biased. However, with their top-notch rating with VetStreet and the American Kennel Club, their low maintenance grooming, and social nature, these are fantastic dogs for many first-time dog owners!
Boston Terriers are known for being very intelligent — sometimes too much so. Their lively, affectionate nature makes them extremely loveable, though their sometimes stubborn nature or spurts of hyperactivity can land them in hot water with their owners.
Boston Terriers live an average of 13-15 years. This is a statistical average based on data from the American Kennel Club. However, there have been incidences of Boston terriers living up to 15 years old. The life expectancy of a Boston terrier will really depend on genetics, lifestyle, and diet.
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Dubbed “the American Gentleman” for its quirky yet dapper looks and docile nature, the Boston Terrier makes a good house pet for town or country. This mix of bulldog and several terrier types has lost its ratting instincts and enjoys human company. It has a boisterous streak and needs regular exercise.
The Boston terrier arose from crosses between white English terriers and English bulldogs; first offspring trace back to the year 1870. Hooper’s Judge was the foundation stud. The original crosses were considerably larger than today’s standard. Since the breed originated in Boston, this name was chosen to identify this terrier breed. The first AKC registry entries occurred in 1893.
This dog was bred as a companion dog, though his origins provide him with capacity for a plucky terrier’s courage and defense.
Height at Withers: 15-17” (38-43 cm)
Weight: 3 size types within the breed:
Up to 15 lb (< 7 kg), 15-19 lb (7-8.5 kg), 20-25 lb (9-11 kg)
Coat: Short, fine, flat glossy coat is black, brindle or seal with well demarcated and specifically distributed striking white markings. Seal is a black appearance with a red tone in bright light. Brindle is preferred as the base color.
Longevity: 13-14 years.
Points of Conformation: The compact, sturdy, squarely built body is broad in front across the chest. Boston terriers possess a short body and brachycephalic head with a pronounced stop. The expression is gentle but alert, skull is broad between the ears and without wrinkles, eyes are very wide set with a dark brown color, and the small erect ears are sometimes cropped. Ear leather is fine and hair covering is minimal. The short blocky muzzle is wider than long, the nose is black. Bite is square to mildly undershot. Nictitans should not be visible, and palpebral margins should be dark, the neck is slightly arched, head carriage is high. The topline is level, thorax moderately deep with ribs well sprung, and the tail is short (less than 1/4 of the distance to the tarsus) and tapers with straight or screw ending, and is carried low. The limbs are straight, dewclaws may be taken off, and feet have well knuckled toes, are compact and are small. Gait is agile and straight with good rear driving power.
Boston terriers are described as being of high intelligence with a stubborn streak, alert, very active, playful, and having a very gentle disposition. Moderate exercise requirements, low grooming needs, ability to get along with gentle children and other pets are hallmarks of the breed. Will alarm bark, but they are not considered protectors. Boston terriers are suitable for home and apartment living, and they do not tolerate temperature extremes. They may snore and snort. Some may be picky eaters. They are minimal shedders.
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