Discussion in 'Pets' started by 867k, Jan 30, 2019.
I tend to agree
I got pretty lucky with mine, no noticeable health issues, she breathes well, her wrinkles are minimal. I’d never buy another that wasn’t a rescue, but she’s an absolute doll
The health issues are the big thing - they breed them for cosmetic features that actually put their health at a greater risk - great documentary on CBC right now that touches on that.
It’s the personalities I love; they’re incredibly sweet - they also have a much longer average lifespan than similar breeds, a Boston Terrier is a 9-11 year average life, as opposed to pugs in the 14-17 year range. Can’t believe mine is 7 already, if she was a Boston I’d be making end of life plans already
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