The Boston Terrier, also known as the ‘American Gentleman’, was created in the 1860s. Yes, the Boston Terrier is by no means a purebred dog but has since become a unique breed of its own.
Boston Terriers are loving, loyal, and lively, not the fierce fighters that breeders have come to expect. They can thrive in small areas, have smooth coats, and make excellent K-9 service dogs. Unfortunately, they have a variety of health problems that can make this breed short-lived. Mixing the Boston Terrier with most of the following breeds on this list can make them healthier.