The Boston Terrier is a really people-friendly dog. He loves his owner, he tries to adapt to him as best as possible. His obedient character is paired with elegance, it is not without reason that he is called the American Gentleman.
His cheerfulness and his temperament do not change with age, the good-humored, playful personality of our puppy remains the same over the years. He adapts well to the life circumstances of his owner: he is an enterprising companion, but he also likes to stretch out on the couch.
The Boston Terrier is an approximately 38-40 cm tall dog with a compact build, a square head and a short nose. We don't find any skin folds on his face. He is an agile family dog, but will also be satisfied with a short walk in the park.
Even at a young age, puppies need high-quality food with a high proportion of meat. His need for food is not that high, he doesn't eat much.
It is important to consider whether you have chosen the right breed before buying or gifting a dog. You can't go wrong with a Boston Terrier, because he can adapt to everyone, he's a really loving, affectionate dog.
In many places in Europe, the Boston Terrier is still a rarity, although it can suit any animal lover in almost any living situation. Because of his size, he's not an athlete who trains daily with a two-legged marathon runner, but he does enjoy going on longer trips. The child-friendly Boston Terrier is suitable for families with children as well as singles and the elderly. Due to its size and its low need for exercise, the Boston Terrier also feels at home in apartments. Since climbing stairs is not recommended for small dogs, it is recommended for apartments on the ground floor. He usually gets along well with other dogs and cats, especially if he has been used to them since puppyhood. Before you bring your pet home, check if there is a history of dog allergies in the family. Although the Boston Terrier can be kept in an apartment, if you are not the apartment owner you should get the landlord's approval. Before your dog moves in, think about how you can take care of him on vacation and when he is ill. Dogs are welcome in many hotels these days, so they can even travel together. Find out in good time about the possibilities of traveling together or organize a familiar and friendly caregiver in your home. Also note that the Boston Terrier does not tolerate heat well.