The Boston terrier first appeared in the late 19th century when Bull and Terrier and French Bulldogs were crossed and bred down in size. They became popular in the US around the 1920’s.
Boston Terriers are small, weighing in at between about 5 and 11 kg and have a smooth coat. Typical lifespan is around 13 years.
They may be susceptible to some health issues in including eye problems, deafness, heart murmur, and allergies. Due to their short muzzles, they may not tolerate particularly hot or cold weather well, and may snore. They can also have a sensitive digestive system.
Here’s some more detailed Boston Terrier info:
…or you could try contacting The Non Sporting Dog Club Of Victoria. Contact: Joanne Atkins – phone (03) 5796 2789.
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