Boston Terrier Rescues In New York – Cost & Adoption Process

Are you looking to adopt a Boston Terrier from a rescue in New York? Here are the rescues operating in New York. 

In addition, you’ll find the process for adoption and the cost associated with adopting a Boston Terrier from one of these rescues.

Boston Terrier Rescues In New York

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Rescues In New York

Boston Terrier Rescues In New York

There are many rescues all over the United States and the world. Here is the only one I could find operating in New York. 

If you want a list of other rescues, check out this article I put together by clicking here, Boston Rescues in the U.S. & Canada

Do you know of another Boston Terrier rescue operating in New York? Please let me know by reaching out to me via my website’s contact form here. This will help make this article better. Thank you!

New York Boston Terrier Rescues

Northeast Boston Terrier Rescue

This rescue is especially passionate about giving their Boston Terriers meticulous medical attention and is continually working hard to spread the word about dogs in need. 

They do not adopt out to families with children under the age of ten or to anyone planning to have children within the next five years. 

This is because many of their dogs are more fragile, and they are determined to find the best fit for their Boston’s.

Cost of Adoption

Age of Boston Cost of Adoption
6 months or youngerTBD
6 months – <2 years old$600
2 years – 4 years old$500
5 years – 7 years old$450
8 years +TBD

Like most Boston Terrier rescues, the Northeast Boston Terrier Rescue bases its Boston cost on the age of their dog.

How To Adopt From This Rescue

Most of the Northeast Boston Terrier Rescue’s dogs are adolescents to adult aged, so they rarely have puppies or senior dogs available. 

This rescue fosters and evaluates all their dogs for a minimum of two weeks and provides basic training, such as house/crate training, as well as basic manners to help them transition into a loving home. 

See Northeast Boston Terrier Rescue’s adoption form here

This Rescue Does Not Adopt Out Their Boston’s To Families With Small Children

They do not adopt their dogs out to families with children under the age of 10 or people planning to have children within the next five years. 

States The Northeast Boston Terrier Rescue Operates In

The Northeast Boston Terrier Rescue adopts Boston Terriers out to;

  • New York 
  • New Jersey 
  • Pennsylvania
  • Delaware 
  • Connecticut

Where Is This Rescue Located

No rescue address listed.

Contact Information For This Rescue

For adoption inquiries and existing application questions

Please send emails to the person with the letter matching your last name: 

A through L: Tammy Trivelpiece at

M though Z: Vicki Cuneo at

For emails about surrendering a dog

Contact Tammy (see above) or Suzanne Bollinger at

For general questions

Email Jerrilyn Walter at


Learn More About Adopting From A Boston Terrier Rescue

If you are curious about the process of adopting a Boston Terrier from a rescue, listen to this podcast episode from the Boston Terrier Society.

I had the pleasure to talk with Tara, the Vice President of the Southern Cross Boston Terrier Rescue out of Jackson, Tennessee.

In this episode of the podcast, Tara talks about the steps you will need to take when adopting a Boston Terrier from her rescue. 

Even if you are not getting a Boston from her rescue, the steps will be similar across the country.

Final Thoughts…

Adopting a Boston Terrier in need of a home is one of the most amazing things you could do for an animal. While the process may seem tedious at first, it is well worth the wait. 

The rescues are going to be with you every step of the way in this process. And the rescues are there to help you after the adoption as well if you ever have any questions.

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Donnie Gardner

Donnie Gardner is the owner of the Boston Terrier Society. He has been raising Bella the Boston since 2010. He resides in Kansas with his wife, daughter, and Bella. His favorite activities are hanging out with family, traveling, running (but has bad knees), and reading non-fiction books.

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