Boston terrier puppies: how to choose and not regret it
Before you go pick a Boston Terrier puppy, think again: do you need a dog in general and a Boston Terrier in particular. Do you have enough time and energy for daily grooming, walking, playing, training? Do all family members share your enthusiasm? Who will the dog stay with if you go on a business trip or vacation?
Only if you have answers to these (and other) important questions can you proceed directly to the selection of a puppy of the Boston Terrier.
If you are not planning a show star career for your Boston Terrier, ten champions in the pedigree are optional. However, do not rush to the other extreme and get a puppy in the market or from a dubious breeder: some traits of character (for example, cowardice and aggressiveness) and illness are inherited. It will be a shame to pay a lot of money to be the owner of a not entirely purebred dog, which will have to be constantly treated or seriously corrected.
If you plan to participate in exhibitions, choose a puppy of the appropriate class. Although at the age of 2 months it is impossible to say for sure which of the puppies will be the champion, it is possible to determine the prospects with some degree of probability.
In any case, the puppy of the Boston Terrier must be healthy. A healthy Boston Terrier puppy is active, curious, playful, eager to make contact, eyes and ears are clean, the tummy is not swollen, while the puppy is well-fed, the coat is smooth and shiny.
Feel free to ask the breeder questions. If you get annoyed or evasive answers, it's best to look for another breeder.
In the photo: puppies of the Boston Terrier. Photo: animalkingdomaz.com