Breed Specific Training Boston Terrier


Boston Terrier, also known as the Boston Bull Terrier, is a very lively and intelligent breed of dog that has a wonderful personality. They are very determined and active and have a strong appearance, despite their small size. He has a very compact body.

When Boston Terrier are trained it should be a positive experience for both you and the dogs. Many people make the mistake of not training their pets or make it out to be a chore. Not providing your pet with the necessary obedience actually does him more harm than good. Your companion looks to you for direction and guidance and teaching him rules helps him to learn his place in your pack and he learns what is and is not acceptable.

Although training certainly is important, the type of lessons you provide your dog and how you teach them are equally significant to their learning. Since this is the case, you need to make sure that you avoid certain mishaps when training boston terriers, so that things flow as smoothly as possible and the goal you are working towards can be achieved successfully. One of the things to avoid is long training sessions.

Keep them simple and short, if you would like you can work with them a couple times during the day. Make sure you ignore the behavior if your dog is offering you the wrong behavior, rewarding and praising when they "DO" get it correct. Don't rush through your commands. Take each one slow. You want to make sure your terrier understands what you are asking so they know what to offer you. Patience is the key for any training.

When you approach boston terrier training with a positive attitude you will find that both you and your companion will enjoy the time you have spent together.