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Facts about me

Breed
Boston Terrier
Color
Black - with White
Age
Senior
Size
Weight
Sex
Female
Pet ID
18043502

My info

Small blue checkmark Purebred
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered
Small blue checkmark Housetrained

My story

Hello there! My name is Miss Priss and I am a sweet 10-year-old gal who weights 35 pounds. I do need to lose a bit of weight according to my foster Dad and I think he is probably right, but I don't want to talk about that.  My foster Dad has actually put me on this thing called a diet (I thought that was only for humans!) and I have actually started losing weight.  I am now a slimmer girl at 29 lbs., but he says I still need to lose a little more.  I am a sweet girl who is calm and low key but can also be quite peppy and even a little feisty now that I have lost a few pounds.   Priss likes to play tug of war with her foster Dad but hasn't quite learned the rule of engagement with other dogs.  She currently has two foster siblings in her foster home and has taken to the bow and hop invitation to play or indulge in tug of war but is still learning how to play well with others.  I love going for walks and am a great cuddler.  I will curl up next to you on the sofa or in bed and I have a very soft snore that is very endearing according to my foster Dad. I am crate trained, house trained and love to nom-nom on certain stuffies that have grunts and squeaks in them.  Priss is also fascinated with squirrels and birds! I am a great companion and would probably do best with a more mature person or couple, though I love meeting people of any age. I am a gentle and polite lady who would love to be part of your family. 

Miss Priss has a growth on her rear leg that will require surgery once she reaches her goal weight, just a few more pounds to go. If you are interested in Miss Priss, more information will be provided.

My adoption fee is $75.00 but if you are over 65 my adoption fee is waived due to our senior for senior program.

Thank you for your continued support in our rescue efforts!

 


If you are interested in any of our Boston Terriers or would like to be eligible to adopt a Boston Terrier through our rescue in the future, please fill out an application. It can be found at www.texasbostons.com. Click on the Rescue tab and then on the Adopt Now! tab. Here you will find our adoption requirements along with a link for an online adoption application. This will allow you to get on our list of approved homes so you can immediately adopt a Boston Terrier when it becomes available through Boston Terrier Rescue of North Texas.

We are always looking for good foster homes. These homes allow us to rescue more Boston Terriers in need because we have a place for them to go until they are adopted. Please consider becoming a foster home for Boston Terrier Rescue of North Texas. You can fill out a foster application at www.texasbostons.com. Click on the Rescue tab and then on the Foster Program tab. Here you will find our requirements for becoming a foster parent along with a link for an online foster application. This will allow you to possibly become a foster home for one of our little Boston Terriers in need. Thank you for considering the possibility of fostering for Boston Terrier Rescue of North Texas!

Any and all Donations are always needed and welcome. Because BTRNT is a 501(c) 3, all donations are tax deductible. If you wish to donate to Boston Terrier Rescue of North Texas, please go to www.texasbostons.com and click on the red "Donate Now" tab at the top left of the page. If you wish to donate dog food or any other item, please mail to:

Boston Terrier Rescue of North Texas
PO Box 867376
Plano, TX 75086

If you have any questions regarding Boston Terrier Rescue of North Texas please call 844-428-7776 and leave a message. Your call will be returned as soon as possible.

Thank you for your continued support in our rescue efforts! Help us Rescue The Bostons!



August 10, 2022, 4:11 pm

Hello there! My name is Miss Priss and I am a sweet 10-year-old gal who weights 35 pounds. I do need to lose a bit of weight according to my foster Dad and I think he is probably right, but I don't want to talk about that.  My foster Dad has actually put me on this thing called a diet (I thought that was only for humans!) and I have actually started losing weight.  I am now a slimmer girl at 29 lbs., but he says I still need to lose a little more.  I am a sweet girl who is calm and low key but can also be quite peppy and even a little feisty now that I have lost a few pounds.   Priss likes to play tug of war with her foster Dad but hasn't quite learned the rule of engagement with other dogs.  She currently has two foster siblings in her foster home and has taken to the bow and hop invitation to play or indulge in tug of war but is still learning how to play well with others.  I love going for walks and am a great cuddler.  I will curl up next to you on the sofa or in bed and I have a very soft snore that is very endearing according to my foster Dad. I am crate trained, house trained and love to nom-nom on certain stuffies that have grunts and squeaks in them.  Priss is also fascinated with squirrels and birds! I am a great companion and would probably do best with a more mature person or couple, though I love meeting people of any age. I am a gentle and polite lady who would love to be part of your family. 

Miss Priss has a growth on her rear leg that will require surgery once she reaches her goal weight, just a few more pounds to go. If you are interested in Miss Priss, more information will be provided.

My adoption fee is $75.00 but if you are over 65 my adoption fee is waived due to our senior for senior program.

Thank you for your continued support in our rescue efforts!

 


If you are interested in any of our Boston Terriers or would like to be eligible to adopt a Boston Terrier through our rescue in the future, please fill out an application. It can be found at www.texasbostons.com. Click on the Rescue tab and then on the Adopt Now! tab. Here you will find our adoption requirements along with a link for an online adoption application. This will allow you to get on our list of approved homes so you can immediately adopt a Boston Terrier when it becomes available through Boston Terrier Rescue of North Texas.

We are always looking for good foster homes. These homes allow us to rescue more Boston Terriers in need because we have a place for them to go until they are adopted. Please consider becoming a foster home for Boston Terrier Rescue of North Texas. You can fill out a foster application at www.texasbostons.com. Click on the Rescue tab and then on the Foster Program tab. Here you will find our requirements for becoming a foster parent along with a link for an online foster application. This will allow you to possibly become a foster home for one of our little Boston Terriers in need. Thank you for considering the possibility of fostering for Boston Terrier Rescue of North Texas!

Any and all Donations are always needed and welcome. Because BTRNT is a 501(c) 3, all donations are tax deductible. If you wish to donate to Boston Terrier Rescue of North Texas, please go to www.texasbostons.com and click on the red "Donate Now" tab at the top left of the page. If you wish to donate dog food or any other item, please mail to:

Boston Terrier Rescue of North Texas
PO Box 867376
Plano, TX 75086

If you have any questions regarding Boston Terrier Rescue of North Texas please call 844-428-7776 and leave a message. Your call will be returned as soon as possible.

Thank you for your continued support in our rescue efforts! Help us Rescue The Bostons!



August 10, 2022, 4:11 pm
Rescue

Boston Terrier Rescue of North Texas

Contact info
Pet ID
18043502
Contact
Lisa Nelson
Address
Plano, TX 75086

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

Upon approval of your adoption application, an Adoption Coordinator will contact you via email or telephone to match you/your family with one of our available Boston Terriers. Once a dog has been identified as a good match for the home, the foster home will contact you to schedule a time to meet the dog as well as conduct the home visit. If you pass the home visit and the meet and greet goes well (the dog is a good match for your home/family and any existing pets in the home) a 72-hour trial period will begin at that time. The foster will collect the signed adoption contract as well as the adoption fee prior to leaving. Once the 72-hour trial period has expired, the adoption will be finalized.
Upon approval of your adoption application, an Adoption Coordinator will contact you via email or telephone to match you/your family with one of our available Boston Terriers. Once a dog has been identified as a good match for the home, the foster home will contact you to schedule a time to meet the dog as well as conduct the home visit. If you pass the home visit and the meet and greet goes well (the dog is a good match for your home/family and any existing pets in the home) a 72-hour trial period will begin at that time. The foster will collect the signed adoption contract as well as the adoption fee prior to leaving. Once the 72-hour trial period has expired, the adoption will be finalized.

Go meet their pets

All of our Bostons are in foster homes. An application must be filled out and approved prior to meeting any of our dogs.
All of our Bostons are in foster homes. An application must be filled out and approved prior to meeting any of our dogs.

More about this rescue

The Boston Terrier Rescue of North Texas began in the late 1980's when it became evident that there was a need to help Bostons in need. Thus, the humble beginnings of the Boston Terrier Rescue of North Texas. Calls poured in weekly from pounds and individuals about Bostons of all sizes, ages, shapes and colors needing homes. Rescue of today is one that is dedicated to educating the general public about making good choices when selecting a breed and, secondly, the right Boston for their situation. Over 1,000 Boston Terriers have been successfully adopted to loving homes since we began. It is through hard work and dedication to this very active and amusing breed that this organization can contribute its successes. "Thank you" to all of you who believe in recycling love. We help dogs with serious medical problems because we believe, whenever possible, that every dog should have a chance for a happy, healthy life. Unfortunately, our veterinary expenses often far exceed the amount of the adoption donation, and we must rely on dog lovers like you to provide financial assistance.
The Boston Terrier Rescue of North Texas began in the late 1980's when it became evident that there was a need to help Bostons in need. Thus, the humble beginnings of the Boston Terrier Rescue of North Texas. Calls poured in weekly from pounds and individuals about Bostons of all sizes, ages, shapes and colors needing homes. Rescue of today is one that is dedicated to educating the general public about making good choices when selecting a breed and, secondly, the right Boston for their situation. Over 1,000 Boston Terriers have been successfully adopted to loving homes since we began. It is through hard work and dedication to this very active and amusing breed that this organization can contribute its successes. "Thank you" to all of you who believe in recycling love. We help dogs with serious medical problems because we believe, whenever possible, that every dog should have a chance for a happy, healthy life. Unfortunately, our veterinary expenses often far exceed the amount of the adoption donation, and we must rely on dog lovers like you to provide financial assistance.