Reasons to Consider Pet Insurance in Massachusetts
If Paul Revere was alive today and was doing his famous midnight run in Massachusetts, he would be exclaiming “Get pet insurance for your pet!” All joking aside, pet insurance Massachusetts is beneficial for any pet – including the state dog the Boston Terrier.
Boston Terriers in Massachusetts
The breed is a cross between two primary dog breeds, the English Bulldog and the English White Terrier. In fact, according to the Boston Terrier Club of America, most modern day Boston Terriers can be traced back to Hooper’s Judge and Burnett’s Gyp.
The American Kennel Club recognized the breed in 1893, when 75 Boston Terriers were admitted to the stud book. The breed during the first half of the 20th century was the primary choice for dog owners in the United States. The popularity of the breed during this time can be attributed to American dog owners relying on European breeders to get most of their pets. During the World Wars, it became difficult to import breeds into the United States, which helped increase the popularity of the breed.
In addition to the breed being the first American Breed, the gentle temperament has made it a suitable companion and house pet. They require minimal grooming and a moderate amount of exercise. Plus they are east to train and enjoy spending time with their pet parents.
More About Pet Insurance in Massachusetts
So whether you have a Boston Terrier or a Whippet, pet insurance MA is a great investment in your pet’s health. For more information about pet insurance MA, visit www.petpremium.com. At , you can learn more about breeds or learn more about your pet’s health in our Pet Health Center.
Most Popular Dog Breeds in Massachusetts
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