Can Boston Terriers Swim? [Guide]
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Can Boston Terriers Swim? [Guide]

When summertime rolls around, it’s natural to want to take your Boston Terrier to the lake, beach, or pool with you. So, it might get you wondering—can Boston Terriers swim? Most Boston Terriers enjoy the water and are excellent swimmers. However, various factors come into play with their swimming abilities, including their health and any…

Do Boston Terriers Drool? Can It Be Stopped?
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Do Boston Terriers Drool? Can It Be Stopped?

In a perfect world, our Boston Terriers would live forever and never drool. While the former is impossible, the latter might be mostly possible, depending on your luck.  So, do Boston Terriers drool? Most Boston Terriers drool less than many other dog breeds. However, there are always exceptions to the rules, and sudden drooling can…

Why Do Boston Terriers Shake? [7 reasons]
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Why Do Boston Terriers Shake? [7 reasons]

As a loving and proud owner of a Boston Terrier, you undoubtedly want your best four-footed friend to be comfortable all the time. So, if you notice them shaking, you’re understandably concerned and wondering, “Why do Boston Terriers shake?” I’ll help you understand the many reasons why Boston Terriers shake. Some of them are harmless,…

Boston Terrier Exercise Guide
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Boston Terrier Exercise Guide

Whether you’re contemplating bringing home a Boston Terrier or you notice your dog’s formerly slim waistline starting to expand, you might be wondering—how much exercise do Boston Terriers need? Give your Boston Terrier exercise is crucial for all stages of their life. However, the amount varies according to their age and health conditions. I’ll help…

How Long Do Boston Terriers Live? [Boston Terrier Lifespan]
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How Long Do Boston Terriers Live? [Boston Terrier Lifespan]

If you’re thinking about bringing home a Boston Terrier or looking at your greying best friend, it might get you thinking—how long do Boston Terriers live? The average lifespan of a Boston Terrier is 11 – 13 years. However, the reality is that this number can be significantly less or more, depending on genetics, breeding…