I think in a lot of ways they are very similar to Bostons, but very different at the same time. They have a tendency to have more health problems, but getting one from a reputable breeder (one that shows and health tests) will drastically reduce the chances of having a health problem occur. They overheat more easily than a Boston, and have a low trainability, that doesn't mean they can't be trained, it just means its a lot harder to train them. Typically they are much more laid back than a Boston, and are couch potatoes, but they get the zoomies just like Bostons too! Some Frenchies are more high energy than others, typically the ill-bred European imports, that have a lanky build, and small head. They were bred to be companion dogs, so their favorite thing to do is to be with their person!
Hey there. I just wanted to say Good-Bye. We will miss you and Uma. I hope to see more photos. Cheers.
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Great news...I changed our plans and we are coming to the meet next weekend!
Have you met or looked into this group? They are meeting in Mississauga in Oct. We are going to go to the Bowmanville Bosterfest Oct 4th. http://bostonterrier.meetup.com/1/
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I was just wondering why there is a ? where Xena's picture is supposed to be, I thought I added one there, Do you think you can help me with this? Thank you,
thank you for the input, I am sure my vet will know more and she is looking for a husband for my Xena, we are planning on waiting until at least the 3rd. cycle. We plan on letting her have one litter, keeping one male puppy and have them both fixed. Xena weighs about 25 pounds and just over 10 months old. We live neat Columbia SC.
If it's Canadian Kennel then it means that the puppy's parents are also registered and should have a good family line, aka a good breed that shouldn't have many health issues. I just read on here that there's another CKC registry that's not as strict as to mixed breeds but I think it's American. Continental Kennel Club I think it is, but I don't know anything about them as I'm Canadian. lol!