Harriet (aka Angel) – Female Boston Terrier Mix
CONGRATULATIONS TO HARRIET! 🙂
Angel is an adorable female Boston Terrier mix with a brindle coat. She is about 2 years old and has the cutest underbite.
Angel is a no-maintenance dog. She is crate trained and you can brush her teeth, cut her nails, clean her ears and take her right into the shower for a bath.
When it comes to priorities, you are number one on her list. She will be as active as you are – following you all around the house – or will be as mellow and melt into the couch with you. This girl really knows how to relax and, in her mind, it’s not possible to get too close when snuggling. If you want the cuddling champion, Angel is your gal.
Angel is perfect for families with young children and she’s also the perfect dog for much older people who live alone and could use a companion to remind them they are special.
Angel is so amazing, you will have to be pretty special yourself to adopt this little girl as she is much beloved by everyone at Pammy’s. If you think you are qualified to give this amazing girl some non-stop love, use the form below to contact Pammy’s 2nd Chance Rescue today.
Read on to learn more about the Boston Terrier courtesy of the Dog Breed Info Center®.
The Boston Terrier is gentle, alert, very intelligent, well-mannered and enthusiastic. Without the proper amount of mental and physical exercise it can become rambunctious and a bit high strung. They are very sensitive to the tone of one’s voice.
Boston’s like to learn and therefore are not difficult to train. Their intelligence ensures they pick things up quickly. Some owners have reported that their dogs are good watchdogs, barking only when necessary, while other owners have reported their female Boston Terriers do not bark at the door at all.
Most reliable with children, especially good with elderly people and very friendly with strangers, the Boston Terrier is playful, very affectionate and likes to be part of the family. Very popular in the United States, due above all to its excellent character, they generally get along well with non-canine pets.
The smooth, shorthaired coat is easy to groom. Comb and brush with a firm bristle brush and bathe only when necessary. Wipe the face with a damp cloth every day and clean the prominent eyes carefully. Check both the ears and eyes for grass seeds. Ticks may also lurk in the ears. The nails should be clipped from time to time. This breed is an average shedder and does not have a strong doggie odor.