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I am a dog breeder. I spend a lifetime learning pedigrees, going over dogs, talking, and learning from those in my breed and those outside it. I raise each litter as if I gave birth to them and spend an equal amount of time finding them loving forever homes. I only bring puppies into this world that I think will be the healthiest (mentally and physically) and best examples of their breed. I support each family who chooses one of my puppies and let them know they are now a part of our extended family. I treat them all well. I am there if one needs to come back and will aggressively pursue the return of one of my dogs if it's in the wrong place. I support my breed in rescue and education. I hold them when they arrive and leave this world. I share my knowledge and socialize my dogs so that they will be the advertisement for my dedication. I don't keep track of the money and time I put in to my love of dogs; it would not be a true measure of how I feel. The price I charge for my puppies is never profit, but investment in the next generation. I am not ashamed of who I am... I work hard at being a good dog breeder and encouraging others. I am a breeder and I am proud of it. If we don't support each other - we are doomed

Holly is being scanned on the 22nd March


Betty has been mated if all is well babies due 23rd Jan 2017

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Summer has been mated if all is well puppies due 19th Jan 2017 --------->

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What is happening here at Delaws in 2019

<Our puppy nursery

A puppy scan at 29 days>

Holly has been mated to

When we have babies they are never left unintended 24/7

We have mated Phoebe and her waiting list is full

Boston terriers

Boston terrier

Elsie will be mated 2019

Mazie will be mated 2020



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HistoryThe Boston terrier originates from the United States of America and was bred originally for ratting and companion. As its name implies it was developed in Boston and is often referred to as ‘The American Gentleman among dogs’.Its origins can be dated back to the 1800’s when Robert C Hooper purchased a dog known as Hooper’s Judge, who was Of Bull and Terrier type lineage. Judge’s specific lineage is unknown, however, Hooper’s Judge is either directly related to the original Bull and Terrier breeds of the 1700s and early 1800s, or Judge is the result of modern English bulldog’s being crossed into terriers created in the 1860s for show purposes, like the White English Terrier.The Boston terrier is one of a small amount of dog breeds that are born with a very short tail. The Boston terrier was first registered by the AKC (American Kennel Club) in 1893. The dog’s name is sometimes miss-spelt as terror.CharacteristicsThe Boston terrier has a friendly, very strong, lovable, laid-back, unforgettable personality. Boston’s can range in temperaments from those that are eager to please their master to those that are more stubborn. Both can be easily trained given a patient and assertive owner. The modern Boston terrier can be gentle, alert, expressive, and well-mannered. Some Boston’s enjoy having another one for companionship. Both females and males generally bark only when necessary. Having been bred as a companion dog, they enjoy being around people, and, if properly socialized, get along well with children, the elderly, other canines, and non-canine pets. Boston’s do not like being left for long periods of time, we say you can’t have a Boston and go out to work all day. Some Boston’s are very cuddly, while others are more independent.The Boston’s coat is normally a shade of brindle with white markings, Seal brindle with white markings; the coat is short and smooth. The dog should weigh no less then 10 pounds and no more then 25 pounds,(4.5-11.3kg) but a few weigh between 30 and 40 pounds, and most are considered healthy and not overweight due to their larger –then-average frame, and usually stand 15 – 17 inches (38.1-43cm).HealthHealth issues in the Boston terrier are Hereditary Cataracts both Juvenile and adult type, the Animal health trust have identified the gene that causes the juvenile one, and if both the Dam and Sire are tested clear, then all the litter are genetically clear. So all breeding stock should be tested prior to mating. As of all Small breeds they can have Patella problems.Many Boston’s cannot tolerate excessive heat and extremely cold weather, due to the shortened muzzle, so hot or cold weather combined with demanding exercise can bring harm to a Boston terrier. A sensitive digestive system is also typical of the Boston terrier in the absence of a proper diet; flatulence is associated with the breed.Whelping is often difficult as the pelvis is narrow and the large headed pups are often delivered by caesarean section. Boston’s can live up to 15 years or more, with an average of around 13 years.