Boston Terriers: Most Troublesome Dogs? Common Criticisms 

A fun-loving, silly Boston Terrier has many charms.  

These tiny dogs are affectionate and active, making great family pets.  

Not everyone should own a Boston Terrier.  

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Having trouble breathing is a common complaint regarding Boston Terriers.  

Because of their flat skulls, they are classified as a brachycephalic breed. 

The squished, wrinkled faces may be cute, but they're not good for the dog's health.  

Pugs, bulldogs, and boxers are some more examples of brachycephalic canines.  

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