How To Avoid Boston Terrier Puppy Scams

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4 thoughts on “How To Avoid Boston Terrier Puppy Scams

  1. I am looking for a Boston Terrier (BT). I found some breeders on AKC’s website and I am in contact with them. I am a tall guy and my questions to them are about the BT sizes. Breeders go by weight and there are three categories: 10-15, 15-20, and 20-25 lbs. However, my question is. What is the height of the average of a BT? How tall is Bella? I see some of BTs look like a chihuahua size, others are more robust. How can I know it before I buy it?

  2. Boston’s are going to be around 15 – 17 inches tall. I’m not sure Bella’s height but I would say around 15 inches. The best way to go about this is to ask the breeder about the height of the parents. If the parents are tall chances are their offspring will be to. And you can ask the breeder what they expect the height of their Boston’s will be, they should have a better insight. I have seen some big chihuahuas but Bostons are taller than them.

  3. Okay. So as a buyer I went through the AKC website, was emailing back and forth with the breeder, everything seemed to be going great then she told me the hold deposit amount and I asked if we could do a meet and greet prior to payment. She NEVER responded and we had been regularly communicating back and forth. Did I send up a red flag to the breeder? Should I call and say hey, I’m new at this. This is my first dog. Did I do something wrong?

  4. My wife is not too happy with me at the moment. She found this cute pup, Ruby, on Facebook, advertised as being in California, for $600, with &150 shipping to anywhere. I told her to ask for references, they got mad because we questioned there “good Christian values”, but sent us to a website. Now hat I had a name, I did my searching and looked them up.
    Things that bothered me:
    Website says they are near Atlanta Ga.
    $600 is awful cheap
    $150 for shipping to my door? I can’t drive to Chicago and back for that in gas, much less an airline ticket from California and delivery to my door.
    Going to another website under that name gas no puppies listed, just reserved.

    I know there is nothing you guys can do about this. My wife practically had her credit card out, and I had my BS meter ringing loudly. I hate to think of how many others took the plunge. I’ll find my my new little girl someday.
    Machesney Park, Illinois

    Sent from my iPad

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