Being a successful Boston Terrier breeder of color in today’s marketplace requires a special vision, it requires dedication and knowledge, it requires forethought and the ability to make breeding program decisions, at the spur of the moment. Many of these very important attributes cannot be obtained solely with money or with a couple litters out of dogs produced by someone else. We have been working with our Blue Water Boston Terrier program for a number of years. We got our first Boston Bull in 2005. We continue to learn new things, every litter that we have. We have done many different types of breeding’s with many different bloodlines out there today. We have experienced a lot, much of which most kennels have only read about. Some of these things involve in-breeding, line-breeding’s and out-crosses. Much of what we have learned, we have learned by physically doing it and finding out ourselves. This has given us the unique position to gain knowledge about many breeding practices, through first hand experience. We have, over the years, selectively bred, held back and plated of specific dogs that did not meet or did meet our qualifications.

Before using a Blue Water Boston Terrier in our breeding program, we closely evaluate them and make sure that they meet and exceed the Blue Water Boston Terrier breed standard. You will never see us breeding a Blue Water Boston Terrier based on the color of it’s coat. Today there are many breeders out there that will focus their breeding goals on color and producing rare or uncommon colors. But here we feel that to produce a healthy BWBT that is correct in conformation and functionally healthy, you cannot focus on coat color. Thus we do not put together breeding’s to try and achieve a rare color, but rather we focus on the health and structure of the Boston terrier. Not to say that Boston terriers with “rare colors “are not breeding quality, many have good conformation however color should never be the top priority when producing a litter. We do breed colored Boston terrier only because they meet our requirements in temperament, health and conformation. If a dog does not meet our standards/criteria, we will have it spayed or neutered & it will be eliminated from the Blue Water Boston Terrier breeding program and thus preventing that dog from reproducing undesirable traits to future generations. 

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Blue water Boston terrier breeding are shown here as possible penitential breeding that we may or may not do. we put a great deal of forethought, study and research into planning all possible Blue Water Boston Terrier breeding before we do them. Our in-house breeding’s are often planned 3 years in advance. If you are interested in our breeding’s, Click here to Those who sign up for the mailing list, will receive information on breeding’s that take place. Plus when puppies are born you will get to see them before they become available to the public. Process for adopting a puppy from Blue Water Boston Terrier

We  currently have 10 month old, female
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Contact us via phone or email and tell us more about who you are and what kind of life our BwBt puppy will have. We will also be glad to answer any questions and concerns you might have. We also have a online application that is required be completed before adoption is considered.
If your approved to purchase a bwbt puppy from us we then accept a non-refundable deposit. The deposit amount is $300 that can be paid through our website. This non-refundable deposit will hold your puppy for 7 weeks prior to shipping. We also need a signed and notarized contract from you. A puppy will not leave Blue Water Boston Terrier until we have received a signed and notarized contract from you. We will also send you a shopping list for your new bwbt puppy. We do not offer a payment plan or financing on our puppies.
We do accept the $300 deposit via credit card with paypal, if the puppy is less than 6 weeks old. If the puppy is older than 6 weeks old Full Payment has to be made.
1 week before shipping the final balance plus shipping is due.
If the final payment has not been received 1 week prior to shipping. A $25 a day boarding fee will be charged until full payment has been made.
After all payment have been made. This puppy will be shipped 2 weeks from that date. If shipping is delayed due to scheduling conflicts than you will be responsible for any boarding fees.
We can ship on any day of the week. We can only try to accommodate to your schedule but, it is your sole responsibility to make arrangements to pick up your puppy from the airport. Also, shipping can be delayed for any reason because of temperatures.
We do not have a cancellation policy so please understand that after payment has been made that payment is non-refundable. The only time payment is refundable is when the puppy has a life-threatening or untreatable defect. If for any reason, you have personal conflict or change of heart your payment is non-refundable. You will have a credit with us for 5 year from the date of purchase minus $450 for loss of time and for payment for advertising the puppy again. (This is to insure that our puppies will have a home. It is not fair for our puppies to have a home and the last minute you change your mind and other customers who might have been interested in our puppy miss their chance because you have changed your mind.)
We want our puppies in homes where they will be loved and cared for unconditionally. We put a lot of time into raising/caring for our boston babies.
We ship our boston terrier puppies directly into Largest Airport Closest To you. We do also have ground transport available as well if temperatures are too hot/cold for shipping your puppy.
We do not allow customers in our home. We feel that it is not safe for our puppies or our family due to high rate of stolen puppies and crime. NO EXCEPTIONS unless they have been checked out! We can provide you with references of puppy buyers that have been to our home. A copy of the Drivers License must be on file if you are coming to our home to pick up the puppy. We are sorry for this inconvenience, We will be glad to meet you in a public place for you to pick up your new puppy.


Below you will find information on how to ship a Blue Water Boston Terrier puppy.
Shipping a puppy is a fairly easy process. The flight duration for traveling by air is around 8-10 hours to most major cities. All preparations and requirements for shipping the puppy will be taken care of on our end; all you have to do is go to the airport to pick up your new Red Boston Terrier puppy.

Here are the steps and information for pet shipping.
The puppy must be a minimum of 8 weeks old according to airline requirements.
Take the puppy to the veterinarian within 10 days of the departure. The vet will give the puppy a complete physical and if the puppy is of good health, the vet will fill out a special airline required health certificate. Puppy must have current vaccinations including rabies if the puppy is over 4 months old.
Call the airline of your choice and speak to someone in the cargo department if the puppy is flying without a human. Tell them you are interested in reserving a flight to ship a puppy. We typically use Continental, Delta, United, Northwest, and Alaskan Airlines. Also have the following info prior to calling:
~ The name of the airport (or city/state) you wish the puppy to be shipped to and from
~ Age of puppy
~ Confirm they have (or will be) vet checked within 10 days of departure
~ The date you would like to ship the puppy
~ The size of the crate
~ Weight of the puppy
~ Name, address and phone number of person receiving the puppy
Buy an approved travel crate where the puppy can stand and turn around without hitting its head. Add absorbent material such as shredded newspapers, water bowl, and food bowl. Also attached a zip lock bag of dog food to the crate.
Drop off the puppy according to the specific airline cut-off time. Most airlines require at least 90-120 minutes prior to departure.

Although the process is quite simple, it is very important to purchase your new Boston Terrier puppy from a professional breeder who has experience with shipping. Whether shipping a live animal via air, land, or water, the most important factor to consider is the overall health of the pet. Relocating a puppy can be very stressful to them and can weaken their immune system. An underlying problem can surface during transportation of the puppy because of the stress, or the puppy can be more susceptible to infection because of its weakened state. Therefore, it is essential to make sure the puppy is in good health prior to shipping. At BWBTs, we will never knowingly ship your new pit bull puppy in an unhealthy state.


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Here is what you need to bring to the airport, and what to expect:

You will need to arrive at the airport about an hour before the plane lands to assure you know where to pick the puppy up at, and to let them know you are there expecting your puppy.

Photo ID including name and address of who we made arrangements with.

Bring a bottle of water, wet wipes, collar and leash, and a few grocery bags. Water to refresh the puppy, wet wipes and grocery bags in case the puppy has an accident on the way home. Collar and leash to relieve the puppy.

Also bring a clean towel or blanket in case the puppy had an accident in the crate.

It may take a little while for the puppy to get used to all these new things. Remember, the day before it was with its litter mates, in the whelping box, and this is all new to the puppy

Blue Water Boston Terrier Puppy Application
Please use the form below to tell us more about you! This is just a simple application about you, your home and family to help to ensure us that our puppies are going to the very best homes possible. All parties interested in adopting one of our puppies are required to fill out this application. Before you fill out the application, we require you to have read and understand the following pages: About Us and Terms of Adoption.I cannot express enough just how important it is for you to give details and discuss all of of the questions we have for you in this application. If you do not complete this form and answer All questions to the best of your ability and elaborate on everything, you will be denied! We are Very serious about All of our puppies and dogs that we place going to the best homes possible forever, so please take the time out to tell us about yourself, your family, schedules, plans and home. You will be notified within 24 hours with the results of this application.
Thank You!Ashlee White,
***All of your information is confidential****




Street Address

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State / Province / Region

Postal / Zip Code




What is your current age?

What type of home do you live in? apartment, condo, single family, duplex, etc.

Do you rent or own?If you rent, please give the name and telephone number of your landlord

Do you reside with other humans? If so, please tell me their names and ages.(Please include all roommates, children, parents, grandparents, etc.

Have you owned a dog in your adult life where you were 100% responsible for their care, health and well-being? “Growing up with dogs in the house” does not count! If you have never owned a dog before, please explain why you have decided at this point in y

Have you ever had to sell, surrender to a pet shelter or “get rid of” a dog before? If so, what breeds and what happened to them?

Do you have any other pets in your home?
If so, please tell me their names, ages, species and breeds. Are they spayed/neutered?

Does anyone in your family have pet allergies or asthma that can be triggered by pets?
If so, have you taken steps to insure that this will not result in the new puppy being displaced from your family?
 No Allergies 
Do you have a yard that is fenced in?If not, please explain where the dog will be playing and eliminating.

How long have you been interested in or had experience with Boston Terriers?

Is this dog a surprise or a present? If so, please explain.

Please run me through a typical work day in your home. Who works and when, who’s home and when, who goes to school and when, etc. Also, where will the new puppy fit into a normal work day?

Where will this dog spend most of his/her time at your home? Indoors, outdoors, in an outdoor kennel, etc.

Where will the dog be when no one is home?

If you are unable to be at home with your dog for a lengthy period of time (i.e., vacation, emergency travel, or travel for work) who will take care of the dog in your absence?

Is there a price range you have?
 $1,000 Limited Registration/Pet Home 
 $1,500 Co-own Registration 
  $2,500 Full Registration/Breeding Rights 
How many puppies are you looking to adopt from us?
Is there a specific puppy or dog you’ve seen on our site that you’d like to adopt? If so, please give the puppy’s name and description.

Which gender would you prefer more?
 No preference  
Are you looking for any specific coloring or markings on the dog?
What age are you looking for?Doesn’t matter
  8 weeks – 6 months Puppy 
  6 months – 12 months Young adult 
 12 months – 2 years Adult 
 4 years or older  
 Doesn’t matter  
• What are your intentions with a puppy from us?Pet only Breeding purposes Show purposes
 Companion (pet) 
 Show purposes  
If this application is approved & theirs a puppy that fits you’re family, are you ready to place a deposit?
Have you talked it over with you’re family members & you all prepped to bring this new puppy home?

Do you understand that you will be sharing your life with a dog for 12 – 15 years, who is totally dependent upon you for food, shelter, health and veterinary care? Are you willing and able to make this life-long commitment to a dog as a family member?
Please share any other information about you, your family and your reasons for wanting a puppy from us.That will assist me in placing one of our pups with you It is our strongest desire that everyone be happy with this placement and that it is a permanent.

Lastly, why have you decided on a puppy specifically fromBlue Water Boston Terriers?

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