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My name is Nala!

Boston Terrier Dog for adoption in Greensboro, North Carolina - Nala
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Boston Terrier Rescue of North Carolina

Facts about Nala

  • Breed: Boston Terrier
  • Color: Black - With White
  • Age: Young
  • Size: Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
  • Sex: Female
This is it ya’ll. This is the one you’ve been waiting for. A young girl who is sweet, well-mannered and housebroken! An even mix of playful and calm. She’ll easily steal someone’s heart if given half a chance, and frankly, I’d give her that chance ASAP! Plus, who can resist that beautiful blue eye? Here’s more:

Age: 3-years old

Weight: 20 pounds

Health: Excellent

Demeanor: Affectionate, sweet, quiet/mellow, playful (at times), couch potato, somewhat curious, submissive

Likes: People, dogs, giving kisses and snuggling, being held and sitting in laps, going for car rides and walks, belly rubs, sleeping in your bed, playing tug-o-war, chewing bones and stuffed toys, eating treats

Dislikes: Being left alone or crated, vacuums, cats

Manners: Housebroken, leash trained, working on verbal commands

Fenced Yard Required: Preferred

Tidbits from foster dad: “Nala is a sweet girl who loves to play but also relax. She is quick to hop on the couch and snuggle with you. She is very well behaved and potty-trained. Nala can entertain herself with a good chew toy (or treat). Though she likes other dogs, Nala can be protective and nip them when disturbed. She’d probably prefer to be an only dog, but would be okay with another submissive dog. She is very loyal and loving, and we think her next mom or dad would be lucky to have this darling girl as their very own.”

About Boston Terrier Rescue of North Carolina

About Our Rescue Group...

BTRNC is a non-profit 501(c)(3) all volunteer North Carolina based animal rescue organization. Since 2003, BTRNC has rescued, rehabilitated, and provided adoption for Boston Terriers in the states of North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, and Virginia.

BTRNC removes Boston Terriers from abuse/neglect situations, owner surrenders, animal shelters, other animal welfare organizations, or otherwise without an owner. BTRNC then places rescued Boston Terriers in qualified foster homes and provides all necessary medical treatment, including heatworm testing and treatment and vaccinations.

BTRNC works diligently to find suitable homes for all of its dogs available for adoption.

BTRNC supports the control of pet overpopulation through the spaying/ neutering of rescued Boston Terriers prior to their placement with adoptive families.

BTRNC solicits and receives donations from the general public and its members.

Come Meet Our Pets...

All of our dogs are fostered in private homes and are not available for viewing. BTRNC occasionally participates in adoption and other events where some of its dogs are present.

Our Adoption Process...

Those interested in adopting from BTRNC must complete an application which is available on its website, www.btrnc.org. If the application meets the specifications stated in the application and if BTRNC has or expects to have a dog that meets the applicant's specifications, its adoption coordinator will contact the applicant to further review and discuss the application. The adoption coordinator will also contact the veterinarian provided as a reference, and one of our volunteers may complete a home visit to meet the applicant and evaluate the applicant's home.

The fee for adoption is:
$400 for puppies 6 months old and younger
$350 for dogs over 6 months and under 8 years old
$150 for dogs 8 years old and older.

The adoption fee includes spaying/neutering, heartworm testing and treatment, if needed, any other needed medical treatment, microchipping, harnesses, leashes and i.d. tags.