Boston Breeds Its Own Dog and Can Help Rescue Animals
Posted On July 16, 2021
Boston has its own breed of dog, and it’s the one we’re all rooting for.
The Boston Bully, named after the city’s beloved breed of German shepherd, is the city of Boston’s own rescue dog.
It has been named after its beloved breed, Boston Bitter, after its owner, who was bitten by a stray dog during a snowstorm in 2016.
Boston Bully is a rescue dog and is a wonderful companion.
The city of Massachusetts and Boston Batteries are looking to adopt the Boston Bittle.
Bitter is a breed of golden retriever with a long, dark coat and a soft muzzle.
He has a strong will and is often called the “bully of the neighborhood,” and he is also known for his “doggy-style” behavior.
He was adopted by Boston Baters in 2015, after a Bitter-led rescue group rescued the dog from a homeless shelter.
Bitters have been around for more than 150 years.
In 1692, they were considered pets.
In 1851, the Massachusetts Legislature passed a law giving dogs a right to hunt, and in the 1860s, the state passed an ordinance granting dogs the right to work as “hounds” and “hunting dogs.”
The Boston-area Bitter breed has a reputation for being a “hardy and courageous” breed.
In a statement to ABC News, Boston-based Bitter’s owners said they hope to reunite with Bitter after a few months.
We are just excited to be reunited with him, said a statement on Bitter Batter’s website.
Bitties are typically trained to hunt wild dogs and will work with their handlers to capture and return the dogs to the community.