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Boston Malterrier Breed Information

Boston Malterrier

Recognized By: DBR , IDCR
   
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Living with a Boston Malterrier

Personality: The Boston Malterrier is gentle and full of live.

Family Dog: The Boston Malterrier is definitely a wonderful family dog. They are very good with children.

Shedding: The Boston Malterrier seems to be a very low shedder.

Grooming: The coat of the Boston Malterrier requires minimal grooming.

Training: The Boston Malterrier is typically easy to train using positive reinforcement techniques.

Behavior: The Boston Malterrier like any puppy loves to chew and can get a little rambunctious and boisterous at times but is overall very gentle-natured.

Barking: The Boston Malterrier does not bark much.

Exercise: The Boston Malterrier needs a moderate amount of exercise daily including a long daily walk.

Boston Malterrier Appearance

Appearance: The Boston Malterrier is an extremely cute little dog with a coat that is longer than the Boston Terrier's. They have the Boston skull with eyes that are not protruding but spaced far apart.

Companionship: The Boston Malterrier makes a wonderful companion dog.

Eyes: The eyes of the Boston Malterrier can be wide-set like the Boston Terrier's but not protruding.

Muzzle: The muzzle of the Boston Malterrier is typically shorter like the Boston Terrier's.

Body: The Boston Malterrier has a long body with shorter legs like the Maltese.

Color: The coat of the Boston Malterrier is black and white.

Coat: The Boston Malterrier can have a short wiry or longer coat.

Boston Malterrier Health

Skin Health: The Boston Malterrier may have sensitive skin.


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** Not all dogs being represented by this name consist of the exact percentages listed above.
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