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Boston Terriers are outgoing dogs, known for their sunny, cheerful dispositions. They are generally well-behaved, lively, alert, and curious. Learn more about this companion here.
Boston Terriers are wonderful life long companions. Learn more about how to deal with this dog's sensitive stomach, breathing problems, and other health issues.
The Boston Terrier is incredibly intelligent and highly trainable. Learn how to make the most of your little learner here.
Boston Terriers with any type of allergy typically experience atopic dermatitis. Learn more here.
If you're not looking for a high maintenance dog that needs constant brushing and clipping, the Boston Terrier might be the right breed for you. Learn how to groom your terrier here.
If you thought that the terrier was a single dog breed, you're in for a pleasant surprise -- there are many types! Learn about the different terriers and how each breed is unique.
Everyone loves a big soft dog they can nuzzle into. However, will all of that hair comes a lot of shedding. Find out here which dogs shed the most compared to other breeds.
If you're after a dog that won't yank you over with their sheer strength on a walk, and a dog too big to be literally underfoot, take a look at this list of great medium dog breeds.
While looking for dogs who don't shed may having you barking up the wrong tree (since all dogs with fur shed at least a little), you might try your luck with a short haired dog that requires minimal grooming. These dogs are all low maintenance when it comes to brushing.
Dogs of all ages may be developing Cushing’s disease. Here are five facts you should know about the disease.
The Boxer is a happy go lucky breed that makes excellent companions with a great sense of loyalty. They can suffer from stomach and breathing problems, among others. Learn more about Boxers here.
Periodontal disease is the number one oral disease affecting dogs and cats. It's easily preventable however. Learn more here to keep your pet smiling.
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