Boston terrier

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Boston terrier

a small, shorthaired lively dog with a short nose, prominent eyes, erect ears and a short tapered or screw tail. It has a very short, smooth coat in brindle or black, with white markings. The breed originated in the United States late in the 19th century. Predisposed to hyperadrenocorticism, mast cell tumors, heart base tumors, persistent right aortic arch, hemivertebrae, cataracts and sebaceous gland tumors.
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Liz had left her Boston Terrier puppy, Gus, who is the top winning pup in the country, with ours in the kennel," says Margaret.
Frank and Margaret Wildman with Liz Rankin and her Boston Terrier, Gus, who was hurt during the break-in.
Andy Scourfield, Shilton Lane, with his rescued valuable Boston Terrier Squirt after he was snatched on Thursday night.
Due to the article, people are under the impression that Boston Terriers are worth around pounds 10,000 each; it is important that it is clarified to members of the public that they are not and they certainly are not the most expensive dogs around.
He leaves his family and friends better for having known him and he leaves his adoring Boston Terriers, Lucy, Mollie, and Nellie sad and looking out the window for him to come home to the Natick home he lived in for sixty-one years.
NORTHBRIDGE - Kelly O'Brien volunteered for years rescuing Boston terriers and large-breed dogs, finding them new homes with appreciative dog lovers.
Brown loved animals and leaves behind his two Boston terriers, Marilyn and Amelia, and his cat, Monkey.

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