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Albino Boston Terrier-(lack of color) - sometimes mistakenly referred to as White because of the cream coloring in the usually pigmented coat areas.The nose, rims of the eyes and paw pads are pink. Eyes are usually a very pale blue, although some albino Bostons have had light green eyes. The easiest way to identify a true albino Boston is the lack of pigmentation (specifically on the nose). Due to their light eyes, albinos will often have trouble seeing outdoors in sunny conditions.

Albino Boston Terrier-(lack of color) - sometimes mistakenly referred to as White because of the cream coloring in the usually pigmented coat areas.The nose, rims of the eyes and paw pads are pink. Eyes are usually a very pale blue, although some albino Bostons have had light green eyes. The easiest way to identify a true albino Boston is the lack of pigmentation (specifically on the nose). Due to their light eyes, albinos will often have trouble seeing outdoors in sunny conditions.

Leo a few years back :)  Leo was only about 4 or so in this photo...he is nearly 12 now, a lot more grey and down an eye.

Leo a few years back :) Leo was only about 4 or so in this photo.he is nearly 12 now, a lot more grey and down an eye.

boston terrier-Looks like Little Dog!!

Originally bred as a hunting dog but then later bred as companions. The first truly breed of America--sometimes called the American gentleman

Soooo true.  I iz your personal space.

My Boston definitely doesn't know the meaning of “personal space.” haha so true but thats why we love em!

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