My name is Lil' Blue!

Boston Terrier Dog for adoption in High Point, North Carolina - Lil' Blue
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I'm being cared for by:
Boston Terrier Rescue Team of the Carolinas (BTRTOC)

Facts about Lil' Blue

  • Breed: Boston Terrier
  • Color: Black - With White
  • Age: Young
  • Size: Unknown
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: 10631058
You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.

Lil' Blue  

Age: 1 year old  

Weight: 15.50 pounds  

Health: Lil' Blue is currently undergoing heart worm treatment, but we will pre-approve an adopter for him.

Demeanor: Friendly, affectionate, gentle, loves everyone

Likes: Being with his people!

Bio: Here's what Blue's foster mom has to say about him - "I think Blue is the sweetest dog I've ever fostered. He's a curious mixture of shy and friendly; he literally loves everyone but it's as though he's asking, "Do you really like me?" He's unbelievably affectionate, sometimes to the point of being a pest. He gets frightened at odd times at odd things; he might be afraid to come in through the same door he went out ten minutes earlier, or act afraid of coming out of his crate. He is a sensitive little soul, and there's probably something in his past that triggers his fear. Everything Blue does is quiet and sweet (except he snores like a freight train); he even plays very gently, almost as though he's not sure how. I think his ideal home would involve being almost permanently parked in someone's lap; he HAS to touch, has to feel that person."

The adoption fee for Lil' Blue is $350.00 which includes altering, heartworm testing, vaccines and micro-chipping. We accept applications from Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia. We also require a $20 application fee. Email with questions.  

Can't adopt but want to send some swag Blue's way? No problem! He has his very own Amazon wish list -

Visit this organization's web site to see any additional information available about this pet.

About Boston Terrier Rescue Team of the Carolinas (BTRTOC)

About Our Rescue Group...

We are a Boston Terrier rescue in North Carolina. We were founded December 2, 2012. We have our 501 (c)(3) designation from the IRS so all donations are fully tax deductible. Our members are extremely loving and very dedicated! Our Facebook page and member Google Group are like one big Boston Terrier lover's support group! We share everything and work very, very hard for the dogs we save. There are people with a multitude of talents at BTRTOC from nurses, to attorneys, to retired folk. We can always use volunteers, donations, people who are crafty!!! It takes all kinds and all talents to save these little guys! At BTRTOC, we like to say it takes a village to save the dogs. It is TRUE!!! We would love to have you join us!

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Come Meet Our Pets...

All of our pets are fostered in private foster homes. Meet and greets are available but must be scheduled with the potential adopter and foster family. We do host different adoption events at local stores when fosters and their foster dogs can attend.

Our Adoption Process...

We have a very thorough process. We ask that people fill out our adoption application and submit to both a veterinary reference check where we call their vet to check on the care they give their own personal pets, and a home visit where one of our volunteers does a home inspection. Our adoption coordinator will also call the references that we require a potential adopter to list on the application. These references must not be family members. Our group bases adoption fees on the age and pedigree of the particular dog. We accept small Boston Terrier mixes into our rescue, as well as purebred Boston Terriers. Adopters also sign an adoption contract which is very thorough and requires they give the dog back to us if ever they cannot care for the dog any longer.