top

My name is Nahi!

Boston Terrier Dog for adoption in Greensboro, North Carolina - Nahi
Photo 1 - Boston Terrier Dog for adoption in Greensboro, North Carolina - Nahi
Photo 2 - Boston Terrier Dog for adoption in Greensboro, North Carolina - Nahi
Photo 3 - Boston Terrier Dog for adoption in Greensboro, North Carolina - Nahi
Photo 4 - Boston Terrier Dog for adoption in Greensboro, North Carolina - Nahi
Add me to your favorites

I'm being cared for by:
Boston Terrier Rescue of North Carolina

Facts about Nahi

  • Breed: Boston Terrier
  • Color: Black - With White
  • Age: Senior
  • Size: Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
  • Sex: Female
She’s spent her life birthing babies and not given much else. She’s named Nahi and from this point forward she will receive all the food, medication, attention and love her little heart desires. Sadly, she has an uphill climb but in a mere 2 weeks has shown her will to improve (no small thanks to her foster parents). Let’s get to know this darling little girl who deserves more than to breed puppies for profit:

Age: Approximately 9.5 years old

Weight: 13 pounds but working on gaining

Gender: Female

Health: A myriad of ailments all of which are being treated now. Once she has gained weight, she will be spayed and have a dental cleaning

Demeanor: Sweet, affectionate (at times), quiet/mellow, shy/timid, submissive (at times), couch potato, social, loner (at times), curious

Likes: People (seems to prefer women), dogs, being held, snuggling, sitting in laps, going for car rides

Dislikes: Being picked up, quick hands, thunderstorms and mini-pigs (yes, mini-pigs. Foster family has one and she isn’t very fond. Perhaps she thinks it’s bacon?)

Manners: Crate trained, working on housebreaking

Fenced Yard Required: Yes

Tidbits: Nahi has had a hard life. It’s obvious she hasn’t been given much affection or basic care, but she is quickly learning that being in a home with all the comforts that go with it is out of this world! Her loving foster family is pulling out all the stops for this girl. Amid all her health issues, she’s a trooper! Fleas, ear infection, UTI, dry eyes, tummy trouble, dental disease and dry spots to name a few. Many of these problems have already been treated and are long gone. The rest are being addressed and they too shall be a thing in her past in due time.

At this stage, we think she’d thrive in a home with another dog. Children may be an issue because of her fear of sudden movements and quick hands. As time goes, we’ll learn more but hope someone will see how desperately she needs a kind, comforting home ready to spoil her for the rest of her life.

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 up to 9 months
$350 for dogs over 9 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.