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Who We Are

My experience with breeding started in 2005 when I became a co owner in my friend's boston terrier pethouse. I had a few litters of the breed Miniature pinscher. I became her friend in 2003 when I got my first miniature pinscher Cita from her breeding. Cita was 3,5 years when she came to me, and she gave me three litters and Bella is her daughter that I kept and she gave me 3 litters too.
I love them both with all my heart. They are now retired from breading and live only as Friendly dogs at my home. They are enjoying life. Every Boston deserves the best... We love Boston Terriers! They're a cute, comical, caring breed who, when matched with the right owner, will provide many happy years of companionship.

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Our Core Value

Welcome to Cute Boston Terriers! It is our desire to make a difference in the communities we serve. For more than 17 years, we have been the retail pet industry leader in the area of animal care with ongoing staff training programs, in-store animal husbandry systems and community service programs aimed at placing homeless pets and curbing pet overpopulation in the community.
Our pet counselors are dedicated to matching the right pet with the right customer and meeting the needs of both. To our customers who already have pets, we are dedicated to enhancing their knowledge and enjoyment of the human-animal bond.

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We take pride in the fact that our relationship with you does not end when take home a puppy from us. As a conscientious breeder, experienced puppy counselors, and die-hard puppy lovers, we’d like to believe nothing can ever go wrong with our puppies. However, certain things are never in our control. A puppy’s health is dependent on a lot of factors like genetics, exercise, food & nourishment and overall care. If something does go wrong, we always strive to help, oftentimes even when our guarantee doesn’t cover it. While we may not be able to guarantee that your puppy will never have a health problem, we guarantee that we will do our best to ensure your new Friendly member is a healthy one!

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We cannot guarantee the disposition or temperament, conformation, size, weight, color, markings or breeding ability of your new puppy.No replacements will be given if the breeds that are known to be prone to hip dysplasia, are over-weight.Failure to provide your puppy with timely inoculations or regular veterinary care will void this guarantee.This guarantee does not cover any costs associated with spaying or neutering, including undecided testes.


It is very important to groom your dog and get him used to being touched and handled all over in a pleasant way. As well as removing dirt, grooming helps you to bond with your dog and establish a good relationship with him. It is also very important as a way of monitoring your dog’s health; close contact during grooming will allow you to find new lumps/tumours, skin complaints and parasites such as fleas and ticks.
The sleek, smooth single coat of the Boston Terrier makes grooming very quick and easy. Brushing a couple of times a week will keep his sleek coat in tip top condition.
The face, eyes and ears are the most important parts to keep clean and injury free.
Check Eyes daily for any discolouring or discharge if in doubt check with your vet, Boston’s eyes are very delicate and sensitive and if a scratch is left unattended this can cause permanent eye damage and even loss of sight.
Clean facial wrinkles daily with moist cotton wool, dry thoroughly.
Check ears two to three times a week for dirt, wax, ear mites can be a problem. If there is a strange smell from the ears a visit to the Vet may be needed. Boston Terriers have sensitive ears, which are prone to infection.
Clip nails regularly and always clip dew claws, if left unattended these can curl round and imbed into the soft skin and will require Veterinary attention. Generally being white Boston’s nails are quite easy to trim as you can see the ‘quick’. If you cut this it is very painful for the dog and will bleed quite heavily. Your Boston will then not like you trimming his nails and will cause a problem. If you are unsure ask your Veterinary Nurse or Groomer for help and advice.
Bathing your Boston when required using a mild shampoo formulated for dogs. Some Boston’s can suffer from itchy skin so make sure the shampoo is complete washed out and he is dried thoroughly. One thing a Boston doesn’t like is to be wet and cold, he only has a single coat and will get a chill easily.
Boston’s do moult, but having a single coat they are not heavy moulters.
Check your Boston’s teeth regularly especially if you feed soft wet food only. Give them something hard to chew and this will help to keep teeth clean. Brushing with a soft tooth brush and doggy toothpaste (human toothpaste can cause upset tummies) once a week will help prevent gum disease and tooth decay.

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