About the Bospin
The Bospin is a hybrid dog that is made up of a combination of two different purebreeds. It's a cross between the Boston Terrier and the Miniature Pinscher. We've found the best method for understanding the characteristics of the Bospin is to read both of its ancestors descriptions taking note of their temperaments, size and general look.
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The look of your Bospin will depend on which breed is more dominant in your dog. The Miniature Pinscher dominant dog will be a muscular little dog, with long, lean legs that make it a very fast little dog. They have large triangular ears, and they are very comparable in appearance to the American Hairless Terrier, only with hair.
The Bospin is known to be playful and loving to family members. Once properly socialized, the Bospin will welcome newcomers. The Bospin may develop domination characteristics that will cause it to try to dominate larger dogs. This can be corrected with training. Proper socialization the key to a well behaved Bospin. The Bospin is also highly intelligent and quick learners. Obedience training is a must to raise a well rounded dog.
Some may be susceptible to skin allergies.
This breed has a low maintenance coat. Their short coat only needs occasional bathing and they are known to be light shedders.
The Bospin loves being a part of the family and makes a great indoor pet. Again, training is necessary or this breed might get a mind of its own. Sometimes easily excitable, the Bospin will require sufficient daily exercise. Toys are always appreciated and will keep this breed entertained for hours. A bored Bospin is one that is likely to be mischievous and get into trouble.
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