How many puppies do Boston terriers have?
Boston terriers can have up to eight to ten puppies. It also depends on the size of the dog.
No. A Boston Terrier's tail length should be preferably a quarter of the distance from set-on to hock. Answer: Boston terriers have log tails when born, but many have the tail amputated (docked) to a shorter length when they are still puppies. This is done (according to owners) to prevent balls of fecal matter from becoming stuck to the tail hair. Many dogs have appearance standards calling for docked tails.
Due to their large heads, many Boston Terrier puppies do have to be born by caesarian as their heads will not fit through the birth canal. However, not all Boston Terriers need this and some can be born naturally. It is best for you to seek advice from your veterinarian as to whether your Dog will need one or not.
Because pitbulls are terriers, and all terriers are naturally dog-aggressive. Whether it's a Boston Terrier, or a Jack Russell, or a pit, they almost all have issues with other dogs. Obviously this is a spectrum, where some are more tolerant than others. Terriers tend to be less dog-aggressive as puppies, with many becoming less tolerant as they mature (especially if you don't spay/neuter!).