Boston Terrier Nutcracker: How to Perform a Boston Terrier Nutcracker
The Boston Terrier, more popularly known as the Boston Terrier Dog, is a medium-sized dog breed. The average weight for this breed is eight pounds, although they can be as heavy as one hundred pounds. These dogs are very affectionate and loyal, but they do need some exercise and a daily walk to stay physically healthy. Because of their size and energy levels, Boston Terriers is excellent for apartment life.
The Boston Terrier, also known as the Nuthacker, has its origin in Germany. At the time, it was used to hunt wolves in the woods. The name Boston Terrier comes from the first words of the German “Berliner” and “wagen.” The meaning of these words is “wolf-herder.” This dog’s elegant coat and sweet nature earn it the name Boston Terrier. It is said that the first Boston Terrier was a mutt, so much so that his owner had to put him to sleep at night.
One of the things that set the Boston Terrier apart from other breeds is its rather singular behavior.
When a Boston Terrier sees fireworks or any other brightly lighted object, it will go to the window in search of the source of the light. It will then sit down, cross his legs, and look around the room. Once he has found what he is looking for, he will stand up, cross his arms, and display the entire process for everyone to watch.
This behavior is called the “Nutcracker” phase. This is a phase where the dog simply enjoys itself and doesn’t necessarily want to perform any particular task. However, each time he is asked to perform a task, he puts on a truly awesome show.
To be able to keep the Boston Terrier in this state of mind all day, every day, a great routine needs to be established. During the day, the dog will need to be taken out frequently to allow him to get the mental break he needs. If he is chained up, his mind won’t be able to wander. During the evening, the Boston Terrier can be left to his own devices, while you are away at work or asleep. There really is not a good time for the Boston Terrier to be tied up.
A great way for the Boston Terrier to perform at its highest levels is to get out into the park or back yard.
Here he can run around in all kinds of weather with his owners. However, even though this is a wonderful place for the dog to play, it can also be extremely stressful for him. He may become fearful because he is unsure of what is going on, and he might even begin to get aggressive if he thinks he is being teased.
To prevent this from happening, take your dog out on a leash several times a day when fireworks are going off. The Boston Terrier will quickly become accustomed to the environment and will not feel threatened in any way. This is a perfect time for you to walk your dog and spend some quality time with him.
You should also avoid the fireworks at night because these can be extremely dangerous to the Boston Terrier.
The only time fireworks are safe for your Boston Terrier is when they are being watched and supervised by an adult. If the adult does not have supervision, the Boston Terrier could get hurt by flying fireworks.
When taking your dog out in the backyard during the summer, be sure to let him know that there are no toys or other treats left for him. These are things that he would naturally want to have for himself when in the park. Also, you mustn’t feed the Boston Terrier during the times when fireworks are going off.
As the saying goes, a little bird in the eye is worth a whole lot of trouble. Also, refrain from using too much perfume or Cologne on your dog when fireworks are going off. Perfumes and colognes can cause your dog to have an allergic reaction.