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Boston Terrier Dog For Adoption in HOLLYWOOD, FL, USA

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Seller Name: S
Location: HOLLYWOOD, FL 33024
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Breed: Boston Terrier
Gender: Male Male
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Age: Young
Availability Date: 11/02/2017
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Boston Terrier Dog For Adoption in HOLLYWOOD, FL, USA

August(the dog) is a 2yr old Boston Terrier very loving and energetic has no medical issues, neutered and caught up on all shots. I will be deploying in a few months and don’t have anyone willing to take on the responsibility. Hopefully I can find a wonderful home for my four legged baby

Boston Terrier

A.K.A. : Boston Bull, Boston Bull Terrier, Boxwood
Overview: The Boston Terrier has a great personality. He's suitable for both city and country living, as long as he is well-loved and well cared for. This breed is very intelligent and makes quite a good watchdog.
Breed Group: Non-Sporting
Weight (lbs): 10-25
Height (in): 15-17
Colors: Brindle, seal, or black with white markings on muzzle, between eyes, and fore chest, and possibly white collar and lower legs.
Coat: Short, smooth, bright and fine.
Character: Boston Terriers are intelligent, enthusiastic, affectionate, and playful.
Temperament: This breed gets along well with children and also with other pets (including dogs).
Care: The Boston Terrier requires minimal grooming. Occasional brushing should be enough.
Training: This breed learns very fast and is sensitive to its owner's voice.
Activity: Boston Terriers love to run and play, whether inside or outside. He doesn't really need long walks.
Country of Origin: USA
Health Issue: This breed may have breathing problems. Their pelvis is narrow, so whelping can be difficult. They commonly have heart and skin tumors and their prominent eyes are prone to injury.
Life Expectancy: 10-14

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