Boston Terrier

The Life of Animals | Boston Terrier | Typically Boston Terriers are small, compactly built, well proportioned dogs with erect ears, short tails, and a short muzzle That should be free of wrinkles. The smooth coats of the Boston Terriers are Mainly Brindle, seal or black with white markings event. According to international breed standard, the dog should weigh no less than 10 pounds and no more than 25 pounds. Boston Terriers usually stand 15-17 inches at the withers The Boston Terrier is characteristically marked with white in Proportion to either black, Brindle, seal, or a combination of the three. Black, Brindle, and Seal (all on white) are the only colors Recognized by the AKC. There are also liver, brown, cream or red and white Boston Terriers, however these markings are more rare than the others listed above, and are Able to be AKC registered but not to be shown in dog shows as it is not the normal for Boston Terriers. If all other qualities are identical, Brindle is the preferred color According to most breed standards.

For conformation showing, symmetrical markings are preferred Due to the Boston Terrier's markings resembling formal wear, in Addition to its refined and pleasant personality, the breed is commonly Referred to as the "American Gentleman." The Boston Terrier is a gentle breed has a strong That Typically, happy-go-lucky and friendly personality. While originally Bred for fighting, They were later down Bred for companionship. The modern Boston Terrier can be gentle, alert, expressive, creative, and well-mannered.

Several health issues are of concern in the Boston Terrier cataracts (both juvenile and adult type), cherry eye, luxating patellas, deafness, heart murmur, and allergies. Many Bostons can not tolerate excessive heat and also extremely cold weather, due to the shortened muzzle, so hot or cold weather combined with demanding exercise can bring harm to a Boston Terrier. A sensitive digestive system is also typical of the Boston Terrier. In some cases, even a proper diet can not abate flatulence
Bostons, along with Pug, Shih Tzu and other short-snouted breeds are brachycephalic breeds.

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