Welcome to our site, we're glad you stopped by...hope you enjoy our Bostons! If you know of someone who would like to be owned by one, we often have puppies available. We are located in the beautiful Shenandoah Valley of Virginia, with the Shenandoah National Park for our back yard. It's worth the visit just to see the view! Our babies love to have visitors, so come on by and play with our crew. They will cover you with kisses and beg you to stay.
We have been breeding quality Boston terriers since 1997, and we raise our babies in our home. As a former vet tech, their health is of primary importance to Linda. All puppies are dewormed at regular intervals, dewclaws are removed and puppies are microchipped for their safety. They also get their first distemper/parvo shot before they go to their new homes. We keep our mamas and babies on NuVet Plus, so that when our new little ones go out on their own, they start with a strong immune system, as ready as they can possibly be to handle the challenges they will face.
It has come to our attention that the flash videos can't be seen on apple products. We're working to fix that problem, but in the meantime, please check them out on an alternate computer. We have also started a Linda's Boston Babies Facebook page, so if you can't see the slideshows, at least you'll be able to see the pictures there.
Check out our Available Pups page...that's where you will find the latest information. We do not currently have any puppies, but are expecting litters soon sired by our Blackberry. Keep checking back to see pictures when they arrive.
Things have settled down a bit here, after our crazy start to the year...between Mom & Dad, we had numerous hospital trips; thankfully, all is better now! If you have tried to email or call and did not hear back, please try again - we have a new phone number listed as well.
Please enjoy our pictures of the Mamas and the Papas and the Overseers. We do not have any Retirees posted now, but should have one retiring one girl soon. If you're interested, please let us know..
We continue to deal with my dad's illness. We have settled in to our home in my parents' basement, and the doggie world couldn't care less. We thank all of you for your infinite patience with us, and would love to see you - the dogs always love a new toy!
Hope to See You Soon
February 1, 2014