Boston Terriers: Standard and Colored
Boston Terriers are great pets for individuals or families looking for a long time companion to join their family. Depending how well your Boston is cared for, a Boston Terrier can live to be 12 to 14 years old. They love children and require time everyday for physical activity.
Boston Terriers are a lively, intelligent breed. They are friendly and make a great companion dog for any family. Because of their markings, it is easy for the Boston to be recognized. Standard Bostons have a short coat that is black, brindle, or seal with white markings. The white markings consist of a white blaze between the eyes, and a white chest, giving the Boston the “tuxedo” look.
A Colored, Splash, or Tri-Color Boston is a Boston Terrier whose coat is any color other than the standard black & white, brindle & white or seal & white. Non-Standard Boston Terriers include: liver & white (red), chocolate & white (brown), fawn & white, blue & white (silver or grey), honey & white (gold or tan), cream & white (blonde), cream, white, champagne & white (blue fawn). Colored Boston Terriers also include Splash or Tri-Colors which include patterns other than brindle and a variation. They are sometime referred to as piebald. Adoption fees on them depend upon color and parents but they range from $800-$900
At Puppy Love Kennels we specializing in bringing families together. One of the ways we do this is by knowing the breeds and getting to know the family. Below is just a little information about the canine breeds we bring together with our loving Dog Moms, Dog Dads, and families.
Frugs are the offspring of a registered Pug (mother) and a registered French Bulldog (father). Frugs will have fewer chances of health issues. They are a 50/50 blend of both parents and sometimes favor one parent more than the other. They tend to have a slightly more bulky build than a Pug adding a bit more weight but often are not as heavy as a French Bulldog. The puppy’s coats can range in a variety of colors from those found on standard and colored Pugs to the variety of colors found in French Bulldogs. The adoption fees are $800 Ears can either be up or down depending on the puppy. However I have found my ears to be up on my puppies. We only do a couple litters each year of these.
Frenchtons the offspring of a registered Boston Terrier (mother) and a registered French Bulldog (father). Standard Frenchtons will have fewer chances of health issues. They are a 50/50 blend of both parents and sometimes favor one parent more than the other. They tend to have a slightly more bulky build than a Boston Terrier adding a bit more weight but often are not as heavy as a French Bulldog. The puppy’s coats can range in a variety of colors from those found on standard and colored Boston Terriers to the variety of colors found in French Bulldogs. The adoption fees is $1150-1350
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Faux Frenchies are ¾ French bulldog and ¼ Boston terrier giving them even more of a French bulldog look. They are often mistaken as a pure French Bulldog. The adoption fees are a little higher than a standard Frenchton but a better match for someone wanting a French bulldog Characteristics. This is for some one who really want the Frenchie looks and attitude. There is a greater chance of a c-sections for the mother and a need for artificial insemination.
Most people will not be able to tell it is a designer breed there for the name “False” or Faux French bulldog. The adoption fees for Faux Frenchies are $1350-$1550
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