Boston Terrier Rescues In Massachusetts – Cost & Adoption Process


Boston Terrier Rescues In Massachusetts - Cost & Adoption Process

Are you looking to adopt a Boston Terrier from a rescue in Massachusetts? Here are the rescues operating in Massachusetts, as well as their process for adoption and cost.

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Boston Terrier Rescues In Massachusetts

Want to see all the Boston Terrier Rescues in the United States? Here is the complete list of Boston Rescues in the U.S. & Canada.

Boston Terrier Tea Party Rescue

The Boston Terrier Tea Party Rescue works to rescue and adopt Boston Terriers throughout the state of Massachusetts. They also work with Boston Terrier rescues throughout the United States, especially Eastern New England. 

They treat all known medical problems, spay or neuters, vaccinate them, and place them on heartworm preventative medications.

Cost Of Adoption

The cost varies per dog and will be on the Petfinder application for the specific dog.

Boston Terrier Rescues In Massachusetts - Cost & Adoption Process

How To Adopt From This Rescue

To adopt from the Boston Terrier Tea Party Rescue, fill out their adoption form here

After submitting an application, you will need to submit both veterinarian and personal references to have your pet history checked out. If you make it to the next application step, a home visit will be made before you’re matched with an available Boston Terrier. 

An adoption donation is required and varies per dog.

Where Is This Rescue Located

Hanson, Massachusetts

Address

Boston Terrier Tea Party

c/o Doris Baker

59 W. Washington St.

Hanson, MA 02341-1048

Contact Information For This Rescue

Email: BOSTONTERRIERTEAPARTY@YAHOO.COM

Phone: 781-447-5193

Website: http://members.petfinder.com/~MA43/

Minuteman Boston Terrier Club Rescue

Made up of a group of “Boston Terrier fanciers,” the Minuteman Boston Terrier Club Rescue works diligently to rescue Boston Terriers and match them with an ideal family or pet parent. 

They believe that all Boston Terriers are unique, and they work to take care of unwanted or discarded Boston Terriers, including taking care of any addressable medical problems. 

The Minuteman Boston Terrier Club Rescue also works hard to educate others on the Boston Terrier breed and their specific needs. 

Boston Terrier Rescues In Massachusetts - Cost & Adoption Process

Cost Of Adoption

The cost varies per dog and will be on the Petfinder application for the specific dog.

Watch this playlist on YouTube to learn more about rescuing a Boston Terrier! This 6 video series will help you learn what you need to know, Boston Terrier Rescues 101.

How To Adopt From This Rescue

Rather than an adoption application, the Minuteman Boston Terrier Club Rescue works through Petfinder to place Boston Terriers. Each Boston Terrier listed through them will have a unique list of parameters, price, and needs in their new home. 

All of their dogs are adopted to the New England area and are medically assessed and vetted before placement. They are a smaller rescue and put a lot of detailed, one on one effort into every adoption.

Where Is This Rescue Located

New England

Address

Unlisted

Contact Information For This Rescue

The Minuteman Rescue Chairman: Shelley Sears

Email: Ssears@aol.com

Complete list of club officers and phone numbers here: http://minuteman-bt.org/info.php

Website: http://minuteman-bt.org/rescue.php

Learn More About Adopting From A Boston Terrier Rescue

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

I enjoyed talking 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, answering any questions you may have.

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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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