The Boston Terrier is a well loved and one of the few all-American dog breeds though he is, at the moment, not among the most popular dog breeds in America. Originally, he was derived from crossing of the English bulldog with the English Terrier and bred in Boston, which is how he got his name. The Boston Terrier was at one time well known for his aggressiveness though with careful breeding, this trait has been greatly eliminated from the breed.

Nevertheless, if you are sure that you want to breed Boston Terriers, and then at least ensure that you don’t breed until your dogs are at least two years of age because at that age they will have become mentally as well as physically tough enough to be ready to produce healthy and well bred puppies. In fact, to get the best out of your Boston Terrier breeding practices, you may even need to think about breeding dogs that have taken part in dog shows and with success.

Ideally, Boston Terrier breeding is best left to the professional and well known breeders who know how to keep, raise and also provide best Boston Terrier care and who will also ensure that the best Boston Terrier characteristics are passed on to succeeding generations. However, many owners of the Boston Terrier are also excited about indulging in Boston Terrier breeding and for them being able to mate the Boston Terrier holds the main attraction as a means to make some good money. However, Boston Terrier breeding is not easily achieved and they will need to be guided by a professional if they are to have a good chance of succeeding.

It is far better to learn from someone that is well experienced in how to breed the Boston Terrier and who can provide you with relevant Boston Terrier information to ensure that you follow only the best breeding practices. Thus, a breeder of good standing and repute should be asked about how to go about the whole Boston Terrier breeding process, or you may ask an expert on the topic of Boston Terriers what the best means are of breeding the Boston Terrier.

If you are not sure of what proper Boston Terrier breeding requires, it is better that you abstain from this activity because not only is proper breeding difficult, but it should also not be done in the form of trial and error.

There is thus no sure way of determining which type of Boston Terrier offspring will turn out to better.

In addition, you also need to ensure that you have a proper home and the right environment in which to keep your dogs as well as the offspring. You don’t want to end up sending your Boston Terriers to a shelter just because you could not provide them with proper facilities. In addition, you don’t want your love for the Boston Terrier blind you from the truths regarding proper Boston Terrier breeding practices.

Thus when you choose not to cross breed your Boston Terrier you will be able to know in advance how the puppies will look and behave.

    • Friendly, Bright, Amusing
  • AKC Breed Popularity: Ranks 21 of 193
  • Height: 15-17 inches
  • Weight: 12-25 pounds
  • Life Expectancy: 11-13 years
  • Group: Non-Sporting Group
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Boston Terrier Club of America

In 1891, only a few short years after the breed’s inception, the American Kennel Club (AKC) officially recognized the Boston Terrier Club of America (BTCA) in 1893 as one of the first breed clubs, and the only club devoted to a breed that originated in America.

For 117 years, the BTCA has been devoted to the betterment and preservation of America’s breed – the Boston Terrier. The BTCA takes great pride in its accomplishments of encouraging and promoting quality in the breeding of Boston Terriers, doing everything possible to bring their natural qualities to perfection, and preserving the health and temperament of this beloved breed.

To accomplish its goals, the BTCA works with approximately 25 affiliate breed clubs throughout the United States, conducting sanctioned matches, specialty shows and performance trials under the rules and regulations of the AKC.

Under the auspice of the American Kennel Club, the BTCA developed the Standard of the Breed, and encourages members and breeders to adhere to this standard.

Whether you breed, show, participate in performance events, or are a devoted pet owner, this web site has information that you’ll find valuable in furthering your knowledge of the Boston Terrier, including links to education, health, events, and much more.

The Boston Terrier – at home in the show ring and performance events, serving as an incomparable companion, and warming the hearts of thousands of owners throughout the world.

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