Boston Terrier Rescues In Missouri – Cost & Adoption Process

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

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Boston Terrier Rescues In Missouri - Cost & Adoption Process

Boston Terrier Rescues In Missouri

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.

MidAmerica Boston Terrier Rescue

The MidAmerica Boston Terrier Rescue has rescued and adopted over four thousand Boston Terriers since November 2005 to many midwestern and southern states. They work diligently to rescue Boston Terriers from puppy mills and match them to loving homes. 

The MidAmerica Boston Terrier Rescue places a large emphasis on educating others about puppy mills and the Boston Terrier breed. 

Boston Terrier Rescues In Missouri - Cost & Adoption Process

Cost Of Adoption

There is no cost to apply, but a transport fee may apply depending on the distance between you and your new pup. Adoption fees are based on age. Boston Terriers over the age of 7 years old may qualify for their Golden Paws for Golden Years program. 

Their adoption fees are not negotiable.

Age of Purebred Boston TerrierCost of Adoption
0 – 5 months old$400
6 – 7 months old$375
8 – 10 months old$350
10 – 11 months old$325
1 – 2 years old$300
3 – 4 years old$275
5 – 6 years old$250
7 years old$225
8 years old$200
9 years old$175
10 years or older$150
Age of Boston Terrier MixCost of Adoption
4 years or younger$175
4 years or older$150

Interview With The MidAmerica Boston Terrier Rescue

Donnie with the Boston Terrier Society sits down with Jennifer the founder of MidAmerica Boston Terrier Rescue to discuss how to adopt a Boston from a rescue, how to foster a Boston, and much more.

MidAmerica Boston Terrier Rescue

How To Adopt From This Rescue

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

The MidAmerica Boston Terrier Rescue requires a fenced-in area for adoption. Still, it makes an exception if you live in an apartment complex as long as you agree to keep your Boston Terrier leashed outdoors. It can take up to four days for your application to be reviewed – please only fill out one application at a time. 

Most of their adoptions are out of state, and there is a $25 transport free. You may still be required to do some driving based on the distance.

Where Is This Rescue Located



14826 Spaulding St

Omaha, NE 68116

Contact Information For This Rescue



Phone: 402-510-1346

Contact form here

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.

Interview with Vice President of Southern Cross Boston Terrier Rescue

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.

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.

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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