8 Weird Things Boston Terriers Do!

Boston Terriers are great companions and entertainers. The breed loves to show its owners just how quirky they can be. 

Owners from all around the world have noticed that Boston Terrier’s in particular, tend to have weird little habits. 

8 Weird Things Boston Terriers Do!

The habits can pop up at any age, and many dogs will engage in them from day one. Below are eight weird things that owners have commonly noticed their Boston Terriers doing.

Weird Things Boston Terriers Do

Check out this video on YouTube covering the eight weird things Boston Terriers do!

YouTube Video – Weird Things Bostons Do!

#8 Cramming Into Tight Spaces

Boston Terriers love to find the tiniest crevices and squeeze their little bodies right inside. You may see your Boston Terrier squeezing between furniture, cushions, or even people. They just seem to like being in small spaces, especially when it involves cuddling between their owners.

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You can rest assured that if you and your partner are snuggled up on the couch, that your Boston will soon be joining you. Your Boston will want to be as close as possible to its humans, even if it means there is no wiggle room. 

Some of this may be linked to their ancestors sleeping in dens, meaning that tiny spaces make them feel comfortable.

Your Boston Terrier is sure to love these dog beds, Best Friends Calming Donut Dog Bed, Best Friends Cozy Cuddler Luxury, Best Friends Cozy Cuddler Luxury Orthopedic, and Best Friends Deep Dish Cuddler.

#7 Human Tendencies

Be sure to watch out before you lay down in bed or sit down on a blanket. Boston Terriers love to crawl under blankets they find and will sleep there for hours. Don’t be surprised to come home to find your beloved friend hogging your comforter or taking a blissfully warm nap on the couch.

Bella sleeping like a human!

#6 They Tend Burp Out The Wrong End

One of the more surprising things the breed is known for is little toots. Boston Terriers are a gassy breed that loves to let out farts at some of the best times. They aren’t ashamed of tooting around the house when you have friends over and will even give you a guilty look from time to time after they do it.

While this may sound like a downside to some, it’s just plain funny how they go about it. Some will even look you right in the eyes as they let out a mighty fart. This gets even better when they are sound asleep and start tooting away.

Learn how to stop your Boston from passing stinky gas in this article on Boston Terrier Society, click here for the Boston Terrier Gas Article.

Check out Bella’s Toot Video Here…

Bella Burping Out The Wrong End LOL

Want to learn what you can do about Boston Terrier gas? Check out this YouTube video…

In this YouTube video, I talk about why Bostons are gassy and what you can do.

#5 Licking Fetish

Uncontrollable licking tends to occur when Boston Terriers are a bit younger and still learning the world around them. You will find everything from your throw pillows to spots on the floor soaked. Boston Terriers tend to love to sit around and just lick certain areas for minutes on end.

Many will grow out of the licking phase as they age, but it’s plain cute to watch while it’s going on.

If you let your Boston lick you in the face, check out this video below…

YouTube Video – Boston Face Licks

#4 They Comfortablize Any Situation

We can all relate to just not being able to get comfortable when it’s time to lay down. Just like us, Boston Terriers seem to have an issue getting comfortable sometimes. Instead of tossing and turning, though, they will literally pick their bed up and move it around your house to find the perfect spot to snooze.

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If they want to bask in the sun, then you will find the bed in the sunniest spot in the room. On the other hand, if they want a bit more darkness, they will move the bed far away from the room’s window. Sometimes, they will even move their bed just to be closer to you.

#3 They Will Let You Know Where They Are While They Sleep

Boston Terriers like to sleep, and they like to sleep hard. This means that you will often hear a lot of snoring coming from your companion. Many owners will be able to locate their pets just by following the sound of their snores.

Bella snoring like an angel in this video below…

Bella Snores!

#2 Comfort Doesn’t Look The Same For Everyone

Boston Terriers really love their comfort and their sleep, so it should be no surprise they love to find just the right angle. Boston Terrier owners are used to finding their dogs in some of the strangest sleeping positions. This includes half-hanging off their beds or even sleeping with all four paws in the air.

When your Boston Terrier is sleeping, there is a high chance you will get a social media-worthy pose from them. Just remember to turn off the flash, so you don’t wake them up.

#1 Built For Speed!

Boston Terriers have one quirk that is very common among this lovable breed, zoomies. It’s no surprise for a younger dog to hop up and start zipping all over your home at full speed. This can occur at any time of day and even in the middle of the night.

Watching Boston’s run around at full speed is just as cute as it sounds. They don’t even need a toy to keep them entertained; they are just happy to dart around the room. Keep in mind that this is another trait that does seem to calm down as the breed ages.

See Boston Terrier Zoomies in action! And learn why they happen in this video on the Boston Terrier Society YouTube Channel.

Learn all about Boston Terrier Zoomies in this video!

Final Thoughts…

Boston Terriers are cute, cuddly, and weird! This is why the breed is so popular. If you want to learn more about Boston Terriers, check out the videos and articles below on the Boston Terrier Society.

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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