Red eyes in Boston terriers are often signs of dry eyes or corneal ulcers. According to Boston Terrier Rescue of North Texas, dry eyes, or keratoconjunctivitis sicca, are common in the breed. This condition is characteri... More »

Adult miniature Boston terriers typically weigh 10 pounds or less and stand no taller than 15 inches. They have short, smooth hair that doesn’t shed and is easy to groom. The mini Boston terrier usually has brown eyes, a... More »

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Teacup or mini Boston terriers are not recognized as a dog breed. So-called "teacup" Boston terriers are often runts that can develop multiple health issues.The average size for a fully grown Boston terrier typically ran... More »

The best place to buy a healthy Boston Terrier puppy is through a reputable breeder; visit the Boston Terrier Club of America website's breeder search tool to find a reputable breeder near you. Reputable breeders are int... More »

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A seal Boston terrier is a terrier with seal-colored markings. These markings are in addition to white markings that fill out the standard pattern for the breed. Seal brindle and white is an alternate color that is not i... More »

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Adopt a Boston terrier puppy by scouring pet listing sites such as Adopt-a-Pet and PetFinder. Both sites feature photos of pets available for adoption and their profiles to help you select a puppy you prefer, while filte... More »

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Boston terriers are intelligent, outgoing and energetic with a good disposition. They can be stubborn at times but are typically eager to please their owners, which makes them very trainable. More »

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