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Nicknamed the “American Gentleman”, the Boston Terrier is an intelligent and lively breed. They are a great family pet thanks to their affectionate demeanor. They love children and have a wonderful sense of humor. Though intelligent, they can have a spunky attitude and can sometimes act stubborn so early and consistent training is necessary. They are not known to be aggressive towards other dogs and tend to be on the quieter, gentler side. They can have bouts of hyperactivity, which can be bothersome to some owners but their big, round eyes and cute, large ears certainly make up for it. The Boston Terrier is an amazing breed that’s sure to bring joy to any family.
If you can't find the right Boston Terrier Rescue that you’re searching for in your state, check below the listings for links to other Rescues in nearby states who may have exactly what you are looking for.
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Boston Terrier Rescues in the USA
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