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Vol. 4

Ser. I

Nov. 19, 2001

Welcome To The Boston Board Newsletter


Dog Recipe's

Kool Treats


Dental Care



Picture Page

Boston Pics

Meet & Greet

Karen & Binx

In The Ring

Introduction to Showing


Boston's Available  

Rescue Available

Misc. Dog Items For Sale

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 Welcome to  the forth  issue of 

The Boston Board Newsletter.

 We have created this newsletter to be a informative publication for all Boston Terrier owners. Every week we will have articles on Health,  Showing, Rescue and even a Classified section.

If you have cute pictures or just pictures you want the world to see send them in for the Picture Page.

We also will have a Meet and Greet section for all new Boston owners.

Thank you,

       Thomas & Pam Lowe


History of the Breed

Boston Terrier or Boston Bull, breed of non-sporting dog, originated by crossing an English bulldog with a white English terrier. The Boston terriers, recognized by the American Kennel Club as a distinct breed in 1893, are descended from a dog owned about 1884 by a native of Boston. The Boston terrier is a small dog, weighing about 7 to 11 kg (about 15 to 25 lb). It has a square, flat skull; large, round, dark eyes that are alert and intelligent; a smooth coat, usually brindle in color with white markings, or black with white markings; a short, square muzzle; small, thin ears; a wide chest; and a short, tapering tail. The Boston terrier is lively, strong, intelligent and gentle—an ideal pet.

Taken from the Encarta Encyclopedia 2000