BOSTON TERRIER ❤️

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History The Boston Terrier originated in the city of Boston, as the name suggests. The first specimens were selected as fighting dogs by crossing the Bulldog with small Terrier-type dogs, creating the ancestors of the breeds that we know today as the Bull Terrier and Pit Bull Terrier. In 1865 Mr. Robert C. Cooper of Boston purchased a dog named Judge, of well-proportioned appearance, with black spots and a white neck, hooked tail and erect ears. Its appearance was very similar to a Bulldog, but with the small size of a Terrier. Judge was crossed with a White English Terrier bitch (now extinct) named Gyp, compact, with a square and short head. Their offspring Eph possessed the morphological characteristics of its father and the weight of its mother. Subsequently, Eph was mated and Tom was born, about 10 kg, white spot on the muzzle, as well as feet and chest, short "hooked" tail, dark brindle-colored coat. This, according to experts, was the first true example of a Boston Terrier. General Appearance The Boston Terrier is a lively, very intelligent, compact, smooth-coated dog with a short head and tail. The body is well proportioned, with strong and flexed limbs. DATA SHEET 140 9 - COMPANION DOGS 11 - SMALL MOLOSSOIDS United States Small 12-15 years 3-5 puppies Affectionate, aggressive, friendly, intelligent, lively, playful 38-43 cm / 15-17 inches 6-11 kg / 12-25 pounds Black and white, black brindle and white, white and brindle, dark brown and white It gets used to apartment life easily because it has a very calm character. Occasional. It loves children and it can be very patient and protective towards them especially if it gets trained from an early age. It is reserved with strangers, sometimes aggressive. Moderately Easy Training: The Boston Terrier is very intelligent and will learn quickly from a consistent pack leader. A firm but affectionate approach is recommended. Having a very short coat, it does not require particular care. It sheds moderately so a brush every now and then is enough. Hypoallergenic: No. PRODUCTS MAINTENANCE SEASON CHANGE TREATMENT

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