Boston Terrier

Boston Terrier

This irresistibly cute Boston Terrier dog is quite the amusing and clownish pup. He’s not only lovable, but he’s very intelligent and even-tempered. He’s very bright and full of charm and being the sociable creature that he is, he’s full of fun and enthusiasm. He also makes a good companion who enjoys attention.

  • Quite fond of children, the elderly, and other dogs
  • Low-shedding, and doesn’t require much grooming
  • Suited for apartment living and doesn’t bark a lot

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How long does a Boston Terrier live?

The lifespan of a Boston Terrier is somewhere between 13 to 15 years of age.

How big does a Boston Terrier get?

Boston Terrier dogs can grow as tall as 15 to 17 inches tall, and when it comes to their weight, they can vary between 10 to 25 pounds.

When is a Boston Terrier full grown?

On average, a Boston Terrier will stop growing somewhere between 10 to 14 months.

Does a Boston Terrier shed?

Boston Terrier dogs have short and single smooth coats They’re considered a low-shedding breed that sheds more in the spring and fall seasons.

Is a Boston Terrier hypoallergenic?

No, the Boston Terrier breed isn’t considered to be hypoallergenic dogs. This is due to fact that they shed, although not a lot, yet enough to release dander.

How long can a Boston Terrier be left alone?

There have been different schools of thought on how long a Boston Terrier can be alone. The consensus seems to be from 4 hours and no more than 6 to 8 hours long. To help your pup feel more comfortable during your time of absence, it’s best to give them a safe space to rest, bowls of water and food, some toys, and depending on how you have them potty trained, some pet pads. Keep a window open, so they can have a view of the outside, tv or radio playing in the background, and a handy dental chew, are also good suggestions.

Why does my Boston Terrier shake?

If you notice that your Boston Terrier is either shaking or shivering, there are several factors as to why it’s happening. They could shake because of excitement, anxiousness or they sense or feel fear. They can be stressed or because they have a lot of energy, they could be hyper. They could also be ill or have a medical condition, and therefore, you need to visit your veterinarian.

When do Boston Terrier ears stand up?

On average, you’ll notice the ears of your Boston Terrier puppy stand up around the fourth-month mark. It can also happen as early as two, or as late as six.

Why does my Boston Terrier sleep so much?

Typically, a Boston Terrier dog will sleep anywhere between 12 to 14 hours a day. They need a lot of sleep, and this goes for an adult Boston Terrier from 14 months to the age of ten, while Boston Terrier puppies will sleep anywhere from 18 to 20 hours a day.

Are Boston Terrier tails docked?

In short, no. Boston Terrier dogs don’t have their tails docked. In fact, they’re born with a short bobbed tail, which mirrors that of a docked tail.

What size crate does a Boston Terrier need?

For the average-size Boston Terrier dog, it can fit nicely into a 24-inch size crate.

How much should a Boston Terrier eat?

When it comes to food, a Boston Terrier who weighs around 10 pounds, should consume anywhere from ¾ cups to one cup per day. If they weigh around 15 pounds, they should eat anywhere between one cup and 1¼ cups of food daily. If they weigh around 20 pounds, then they should be eating in the range of 1¼ cups to 1¾ cups a day, and for 25 pounds, they should have 1¾ to 2 cups a day.

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