are definitely indoor dogs.
They should not be kept outside
for long periods in the summer,
and should have a jacket or
sweater when outside in the
Bostons tend to be very healthy,
and require little grooming.
Bostons have naturally short,
smooth, shiny coats.
Boston's neatness, good manners,
and tuxedo-like markings earned
him the nickname of "American
Gentleman." American ingenuity
may have created him, but the
Gentleman's good nature helped
him-and his female
counterparts-earn a place as one
of the most beloved house pets
in this country and around the
The Boston Terrier is easy to train and
loves everybody, including
children and other animals.
Often happy to simply lie by its
owner's side with a chew toy,
the Boston can adapt to city,
suburban, or country life.
The Boston terrier's coat is
short, smooth, bright, and fine.
Coat color is brindle, seal, or
black, all with white markings
on the muzzle between the eyes
and on the forechest.
This dog's exercise needs are
minimal; short walks will
Developed in the 19th century by
crossing an English & French bulldog with
a white English terrier, the
Boston terrier was the first
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