Orange Tic Tac - Boston Terrier (short coat) Dog For Adoption
Boston Terrier Dog For Adoption in Little Elm, TX

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Organization Name: American Boston Terrier Rescue
Location: Little Elm, TX 75038


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Breed: Boston Terrier
Gender: Male Male
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Orange Tic Tac

Age: Senior
Color/Markings: Black with White
Size at Maturity: Medium
Availability Date: 07/09/2016
Location: Little Elm, TX 75038
Tags: Boston Terrier Dog For Adoption in Little Elm, TX
Physical Attributes
Eye Color Black
Ear Type Erect
Tail Type Bare
Coat Length Short
Grooming Needs Low
Shedding Amount Moderate
Altered Yes
Behavioral Characteristics
OK with Kids Yes
OK with Dogs Yes
Energy Level Moderate
Activity Level Moderately Active
Exercise Needs Moderate
Fence Required Not Required
Other
  • Crate Trained
  • Housetrained
Additional Information
Was the Dog Found No
Other
  • Heat Sensitive
  • Cold Sensitive
  • Up-to-date on Vaccinations

Posted Breed: Boston Terrier (short coat). Orange Tic Tac has been with ABTR for quite awhile, he has been under our care and in a foster home for 4 or 5 years. He's a quirky gentleman, but would make a loving member of the family just the same!

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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    • Nick - Boston Terrier Dog For Adoption

      Date listed: 05/13/2017

      Boston Terrier Dog For Adoption in Little Elm, TX

      Nick

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      Breed: Boston Terrier
      Sex: Male Male
      Location: Little Elm, TX
      Posted Breed: Boston Terrier. ***Update 2.17.17*** **ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS** Hi! It's me Nick! Well I'm out of surgery and they said I did really well. Turns out I had to have 3 teeth extracted. Foster Mom Lady says that would explain my funky breath! I had that mass removed off my back. It's nothing to be worried about but it sure looks rough. I heard Foster Mom Lady call me FrankenNick. Oh and I got the big Neuter today. Such a big day. I'm still feeling loopy! Foster Mom Lady had to put the cone on me and my harness came off once we were in the car since it's so close to my incision. I have some good pain pills, plus topical arnica to help with pain and swelling, and cold laser treatments to help my incision heal. *yawn* I'm so sleepy still. Time for another nap! ❤️ Nick Nick's vet bill today was $270.00. If you would like to help with Nick's vet bill, please send your PayPal donation to donation@americanbostonterrierrescue.org or you can mail it to ABTR PO Box 1286 Little Elm, TX 75068. Thank you for supporting our foster pups! ******************************************************************** **UPDATE 1.17.17**VET HOLD**ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS** (Bonded with Nora and must be adopted together.) Nick: He is aged at 10 years old. He weighs 16.2 pounds. He is heartworm negative. He needs to be neutered and the growth on his back removed at that time. The pupil in one of his eyes dilates and retracts sluggishly. This suggests a neurological issue and we are working with animal chiropractic vets on this. Once this has been rehabbed, then he will cleared to be neutered and have that growth removed. The vets all agree that the growth is not cancerous. Nick also needs a dental. So he has a surgery in his future. Today's bill for Nick was $271.92. If you would like to contribute to his care you can send a PayPal donation to donation@americanbostonterrierrescue.org or mail your donation to ABTRR PO Box 1286, Little Elm, TX 75068 *************************************************************************************************************************** Introducing Nick! Nick was rescued from a very abusive and neglectful situation. Nick was locked in a linen closet where he was made to do his business where he slept. He was not provided adequate food or water. Nick is very outgoing and has a big need to be near his person or where he can see his person. His being locked in the closet all the time has made him nervous about being separated. We are working on this. His tail has its own personality and wags a mile a minute! It's like it's part hummingbird! Nick has some lumps and bumps that we will have checked out this coming week. Nick and Nora are a bonded pair and will have to be adopted together once they are ready to be adopted. We guesstimate them to be about 10-11 years old.
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    • Boston Huahua Dog For Adoption in Little Elm, TX

      Valentine

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      Breed: Boston Huahua
      Sex: Female Female
      Location: Little Elm, TX
      Posted Breed: Boston Terrier / Chihuahua / Mixed. ***VET HOLD UNTIL MID-JUNE; ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS*** Valentine is a 15 lbs Boston Terrier/Chihuahua mix that came to us with Ginny as part of a cruelty seizure in early February. Her age is estimated at 4 years. Val was an absolute mess when she arrived – sparse, patchy fur, raging infections, extremely itchy, leathery skin, cloudy eyes, etc. And though her body told us she had given birth recently, we weren’t privy to the details of the ongoing cruelty investigation. Fast forward three months, one hospitalization, loads of specialized care, and a biologically appropriate diet filled with all the important nutrients she needed to heal… and VOILA, she has blossomed into a spunky little spitfire who is pretty full of herself. And why wouldn’t she be? Her coat is absolutely dreamy - extraordinarily soft and so lush! She has filled out a bit and looks absolutely adorable. She struts a Chi-like attitude and she can be pretty bossy with other dogs (especially females) so a home with a laidback male or an only-dog home would be best for her.
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    • Ginny - Boston Terrier Dog For Adoption

      Date listed: 05/06/2017

      Boston Terrier Dog For Adoption in Little Elm, TX

      Ginny

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      Breed: Boston Terrier
      Sex: Female Female
      Location: Little Elm, TX
      Posted Breed: Boston Terrier. ***VET HOLD UNTIL MID-JUNE; ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS*** Ginny is a 14 lbs Boston Terrier that came to us with Valentine as part of a cruelty seizure in early February. Her age is estimated at 7 years. Like Valentine, Gin was an absolute mess when she arrived. Unfortunately, she was in even worse shape than Val – she had virtually no fur, open bloody sores all over her body, raging infections in her ears and eyes, extremely itchy skin, etc. And though her body told us she had given birth recently, we weren’t privy to the details of the ongoing cruelty investigation. Fast forward three months, one extended hospitalization, loads of specialized care, and a biologically appropriate diet filled with all the important nutrients she needed to heal… and VOILA, she has blossomed into a curious, laid back little Boston who is learning that people aren’t all bad, and that other dogs are actually pretty fun to have around. Her ears continue to give her trouble - likely the result of chronic, untreated ear infections and hematomas. Her ears will require special care for the rest of her life so interested applicants should be aware of that. Ginny can be a little standoffish with other dogs at first, but as long as they are gentle with her, she warms up to them. She is no longer dependent on Valentine to stick up for her – she handles herself quite confidently these days.
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    • Boston Terrier Dog For Adoption in Little Elm, TX

      Daisy

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      Breed: Boston Terrier
      Sex: Female Female
      Location: Little Elm, TX
      Posted Breed: Boston Terrier (short coat). **Vet Hold ** Update 5.4.17 Daisy’s skin condition continues to confound the experts. She has been under the care of multiple veterinarians and two dermatology specialists over the past three years, and all they have been able to tell us is that she suffers from “seasonal allergies”. Translation – she’s allergic to different grasses, pollens, dust mites, and that applies to all seasons. The most success we’ve had to date is a result of homeopathic care, a raw diet, and several natural remedies. To answer some of the most-often asked questions: *Yes, she has undergone extensive allergy testing. She is sensitive to all sorts of grasses, pollens, dust mites, and a host of additional offenders. *Yes, she has been on Apoquel (and other immunosuppressive drugs) – that did not help. *Yes, she is on a limited ingredient, grain-free diet. All of ABTRR’s dogs are fed a species-appropriate diet which is 100% grain-free. *Yes, she has been through multiple feeding trials with novel proteins – to no avail. Her allergy testing showed no sensitivities to beef or chicken – the two proteins we feed regularly. Daisy’s foster mom is working diligently with our veterinary team to sort out her issues and heal her little body. We will update her bio as new discoveries are made and as she gets closer to being ready for adoption. Thanks! *************************************************************************************** Update 1.22.17 Daisy is back with us. She was adopted out to her new family with all her medical history. Her new family was very aware of her severe allergies. They still wanted her knowing that she had this medical need. They promised to provide her with her prescribed medications to manage her allergies. Sadly they did not and returned her to us. She's a hot mess of allergies and inflamed skin. We are starting back at square one with her. Our focus is on healing her from the inside out! This starts with biologically appropriate and nutrient dense food. She is eating BARF (www.barfworld.com to learn more). Healing and rehabbing dogs starts with getting them appropriate nutrition. All of this care and nutrition is not cheap! We are only able to provide this level care with your support. If you would like to donate to Daisy's care please send your PayPal donation to donation@americanbostonterrierrescue.org or you can mail your donation to ABTRR PO Box 1286, Little Elm, TX 75068. We are a 501c3 and your donation is tax deductible. ************************************************************************************************************************** How do you do? My name is Daisy! I am a 4 yr old beautiful Southern Belle who will soon be in search of my forever home. I am currently being fostered in the DFW (Texas) area. Let me tell you a bit about myself: I am crate trained, potty trained, no anxiety, non-destructive, expert snuggler and I know how to "sit" and "come" on command. I love all the dogs here in my foster home and I am also good with dog-respectful children. My foster home describes me as a lovely, mannerly girl who is a true joy to have in their home. I have skin allergies and I have seen a Dermatology Specialist who has let my rescue know that these are seasonal allergies. I would benefit from a home that has experience with allergies and can help manage through my seasonal allergies. I do enjoy my weekly medicated baths and I do not fuss one bit.
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    • Bullboxer Pit Dog For Adoption in Little Elm, TX

      Marlee

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      Breed: Bullboxer Pit
      Sex: Female Female
      Location: Little Elm, TX
      Posted Breed: American Pit Bull Terrier / Boxer / Mixed. **Update 3.7.17** As you might recall, Marlee is a small bully breed mix from the Caddo Parish shelter in Shreveport, LA. We were contacted to help her as a last resort. You see, Marlee was extremely emaciated and pregnant, and she was due to be killed later that same day. Upon seeing her sweet, sad face and deplorable condition, we sprung to action. Her eyes spoke to us and we knew we had to help. The day after we got her, we confirmed with a sonogram that Marlee was indeed pregnant – only a couple weeks along - with 5-6 pups. Because of her incredibly emaciated state, it was determined that she was not healthy enough to safely undergo surgery so she was put on a nutritionally dense feeding plan to help her gain weight, and a number of nutritional supplements were added to her diet to give her pups the best possible chance at survival. Initially, she began to gain weight at the pups appeared to be growing, too. Marlee’s little pregnant belly was growing, and she was filling out nicely. Not long after, her belly stopped growing. Apparently nature had other plans for sweet Marlee, and being a momma dog was not in the cards this time. Given the state she was in when we got her, the odds weren’t in the babies’ favor so we weren’t too surprised by the outcome. Fast forward a few more weeks and Miss Marlee is just as sweet, happy and healthy as she can be. She will be spayed soon and then she will be available for adoption. She is a bit larger than a Boston at about 33 lbs, but she’s got all the silly sweetness of a BT – plus a wonderful tail that wags almost constantly! She’s extremely obedient and she wants nothing more than to please you. She loves to go for walks, runs, and car rides, and she adores chewing cow hooves, but more than anything else, she loves belly rubs and attention. She also gives great hugs! If you’re interested in a young, sweet dog who will be completely devoted to you, and you're in the DFW (TX) area, Marlee might just be your soulmate.  ****************************************************************************** **Vet HOLD** Pregnant** **Update 1.27.17** Sweet Marlee is eating us out of house and home. Her little pregnant belly is growing daily. In 3 weeks, we will take her back to our veterinarian team to stay until she delivers her puppies. She will be hospitalized with them for approximately two weeks. The reason she will be there for two weeks prior to delivery is because we aren't completely sure of her due date and the fact that she is so emaciated, we want to ensure she goes through the delivery process with professsionals on hand to assist her should complications arise. Her puppies, if born alive, may require immediate medical attention given their compromised beginning with lack of nutrition. We can use all the support we can get to help us provide the medical care Marlee and her Miracles will need. *************************************************************************************************************************** Update 1.22.17 Today we drove 3 hours south to All Creatures Every Spine in Meridian, TX to our veterinary chiropractic team. Marlee was evaluated and is estimated to be around a year old . She's very young. Her neck was way out of alignment and this was corrected. We suspected that she might be pregnant. X-rays were done last week while at the vet and they didn't show anything. For puppies to show up on an X-Ray they have to be at least 36-40 days gestation before their spines will be visible by X-ray. Dr. O and Dr. Amy performed a sonogram and confirmed her pregnancy. The Vets discussed with us the healthiest and safest route for Marlee in regards to keeping her puppies or terminating her pregnancy. The Vets recommendation was to let her go through with the pregnancy as her body at this time could not handle a major surgery. Our job as Marlee's caregivers is to make the best possible medical decisions for her as we can based on her current health and what we know at this time. All of this care and nutrition is not cheap! We are only able to provide this level care with your support. If you would like to donate to Marlee's care please send your PayPal donation to donation@americanbostonterrierrescue.org or you can mail your donation to ABTRR PO Box 1286, Little Elm, TX 75068. We are a 501c3 and your donation is tax deductible. *************************************************************************************************************************** **Introducing Marlee**1.12.17 We were notified of a female Boxer mix in the Caddo Parish Animal Shelter who appears to be pregnant. None of the Boxer Rescues were able to take her and she was scheduled to be killed today. Our Board of Directors were absolutely heartbroken when we saw the photos and the condition that this girl is in. She had been at the shelter one week and she looks horrific. She did not get this way overnight or in a weeks time but she was in a kennel with other dogs where they only get one bowl of food one time a day for all dogs in the kennel. The likelihood that she got all the nutrition that she needed for herself and the pups she is carrying, is very slim to none. We could not leave her there to die. So we made the decision to rescue her. We would like you to meet Marlee. She is our honorary Boston Terrier. She was picked up today by a rescue partner in Shreveport and immediately taken to the vet for care. She will be transported to Dallas next weekend once she is stable enough to travel. If she is pregnant, there is a high chance her puppies won’t survive given her current condition. Her body can’t support them. This can pose many health complications for her and her babies. So we are preparing ourselves for her complex medical needs.
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    • Gage - Boston Terrier Dog For Adoption

      Date listed: 02/03/2017

      Boston Terrier Dog For Adoption in Little Elm, TX

      Gage

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      Breed: Boston Terrier
      Sex: Male Male
      Location: Little Elm, TX
      Posted Breed: Boston Terrier. ***VET HOLD*** **Update 1.30.17** Hello! It's me Gage! I'm feeling a bit whoozie after my surgery today! Foster Mom got a call this morning while I was under and the Doc said I had a rotten molar that needed to come out. So I'm minus a tooth today as well as my wallies. Foster Mom says I don't need those wallies! So we are headed home now so I can sleep off this anesthesia. My vet bill today was $77.40 for my neuter and tooth extraction! If you would like to donate towards my vet bill, you can PayPal your donation to donation@americanbostonterrierresescue.org or mail it to ABTRR PO Box 1286, Little Elm, TX 75068. Gage ******************************************************************** ***Update 1.17.17*** Gage: we got a quite a shock today when the vet told us she would surprised if he was 1.5 years old. The shelter told us he was 10+ years old. They were quite wrong. However Gage has some special needs. He some needs some extra groceries that he is getting and he has some neurological issues that we are rehabbing with animal chiropractic veterinarians. Gage needs to be neutered and is scheduled for surgery on January 30th. Today's bill for Gage was $251.92. If you would like to contribute to his care you can send in a PayPal donation to donation@americanbostonterrierrescue.org or mail your donation to ABTRR PO Box 1286, Little Elm, TX 75068 Introducing Gage! He came from a kill shelter out in far West Texas! Thank you to BTRNT for pulling and assisting with transport! The shelter estimated he was 10+ years old but he's much younger than that. He is very playful with nice white teeth. He's gray in the face but I'd guess him between 3-5 years old. He's very malnourished and underweight! He also has something going on with his front feet when he walks and changes direction. He stumbles as if he is drunk. Very odd. He has some scarring on both eyes the can be due to scar tissue from and ulcer or his eye was scratched at some point. We are unsure at this point how much of his vision is impacted. This boy needs some biologically appropriate nutrition STAT! He is now on the BARF Diet and eating 24oz a day! He has to eat at least this much to put weight back on. This means he will be eating 2 cases of BARF a month. Each case costs $124 so two cases would be $248 for a month. We are huge proponents of healing a dog from the inside out starting with biologically appropriate and nutrient dense food! If you would like to donate to Gage's food fund you can send your PayPal donation to donation@americanbostonterrierrescue.org . We sure appreciate your support and helping us rehab Gage from the inside out! If you would like to learn more about this diet, please visit www.barfworld.com . If you choose to purchase this food for your dog, please use our affiliate code 1109 at check out! BARF World donates a portion of your purchase to our rescue further helping us help dogs in need!
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    • Boston Terrier-Unknown Mix Dog For Adoption in Little Elm, TX

      Darwin

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      Breed: Boston Terrier-Unknown Mix
      Sex: Male Male
      Location: Little Elm, TX
      Posted Breed: Boston Terrier / Mixed. ~~Meet Darwin! Darwin, aka Darwin G. Knickerbocker, is a 5-6 year old Boston Terrier mix. We’re not sure what he is mixed with, but he has floppy ears, a full tail, and he’s got a good bit of gold in his coat that makes him appear brindle in the sunlight. He exhibits herding and pointing behaviors so there’s a good chance he’s mixed with a herding dog (like a Border Collie or Aussie), and probably a hunting-type dog (like a Lab). There’s really no telling what his heritage is without a genetic test, but we do know that he’s a fun-loving, relatively active dog who loves to go for long walks, an occasional jog, and he loves to chew on cow hooves. Darwin’s History… Darwin’s right eye was ruptured when we found him in a shelter. Judging from the scrapes and other wounds on his face and body, it appeared he had been in a tussle with another animal. We pulled him from the shelter, had him neutered and his ruptured eye removed ASAP, and he went to a foster home to recuperate. It wasn’t long before we realized that Darwin was quite protective of his right side – and his right rear leg, in particular. That’s not surprising since he had just lost sight on that side, and we imagine his right knee was also injured somewhere along the way. Fast forward almost a year… Darwin was adopted, but he was returned last summer because he ended up fighting with the resident dog. Due to the nature of the fights, we opted to enroll Darwin in an immersive board and train program with a certified dog trainer where he earned high marks during the eight week program. The trainer identified a couple triggers for Darwin and worked diligently to begin desensitizing him. Darwin has been in his current foster home (DFW area, TX) since late last summer and his foster mom continues to work on desensitizing him to his triggers, while socializing him with other dogs. He has even been “interviewed” and approved to join a doggie play group at a local doggie daycare facility. He visits his friends and favorite camp counselors a few times a month to reinforce his socialization and burn some energy in the play yards. Darwin is a smart boy who loves to play. He can be a little rambunctious and he’s larger than a normal Boston Terrier so a dog-savvy, active home with older children (10+) would be ideal. Resident dog(s) should be relatively easy-going to ensure a good match.
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    • Henry - Boston Terrier Dog For Adoption

      Date listed: 01/20/2017

      Boston Terrier Dog For Adoption in Little Elm, TX

      Henry

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      Breed: Boston Terrier
      Sex: Male Male
      Location: Little Elm, TX
      Posted Breed: Boston Terrier. **Permanent Foster Dog**Not for Adoption**Retired Henry came to us from a local shelter. He is deaf and blind and we estimate his age to be around 15 years old. Due to his advanced age and special needs, he will remain with ABTRR for the rest of his life. We do need your support to help us cover the cost of his care. Please consider donating to Henry's Retirement Fund. You can send your donations via PayPal to donation@americanbostonterrierrescue.org
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    • Boston Terrier Dog For Adoption in Little Elm, TX

      Bryant

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      Breed: Boston Terrier
      Sex: Male Male
      Location: Little Elm, TX
      Posted Breed: Boston Terrier. ***Medical Hold*** Bryant was hit by a car and does not have use of his back legs. He is currently still healing from the injuries he sustained and undergoing chiropractic care to help him gain as much function as possible. He is not up for adoption at this time but can use your love and support while he heals.
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    • Boston Terrier Dog For Adoption in Little Elm, TX

      Mathilda

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      Breed: Boston Terrier
      Sex: Female Female
      Age: Adult
      Location: Little Elm, TX
      Posted Breed: Boston Terrier (short coat). Mathilda came to us with a host of medical conditions, all of which have been addressed, and now she's ready to find her forever home! Mathilda is an incredibly sweet older Boston Terrier girl who loves to cuddle and wants nothing more than to be with her person. She gets along well with other dogs and with children (6+ years old).
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