I still really want a red boston terrier, & i'm still having trouble finding one in my area, but i'll cross that bridge when i come to it. [ basically when i get the OK from my mom and the $$]
Anyhow, I've been trying to do as much research as I can,
and I know I asked about this earlier, but it's really scary.
I found this:
Q. Are white Boston Terriers rare? What about the new "Red" colors as well? I found one on the internet and they say it is a rare Boston and want a lot of money for it. Is it worth that much more?
A. PLEASE ! PLEASE ! First read the Official Standard for the Boston Terrier. There is no mention of a white Boston Terrier anywhere (nor Red's, Fawns or Blue). A white Boston Terrier is not a legitimate color for the breed (neither is red or blue as some puppy mills and back yard breeders are advertising). A white Boston Terrier (or the other "non-standard" colors mentioned) should NEVER be sold as rare...much less ask more money for the poor Boston. These colord dogs (or lack of color) are generally a geneticly weaker dog that is more susceptible to all kinds of health problems. If a breeder should ever offer you a white, red or blue Boston Terrier as rare, don't just walk away. RUN away as fast as you can. Let me say it again...WHITE BOSTON TERRIERS ARE NOT RARE ! They are unfortunate mistakes of nature.
There is another type of Boston that you will come across as a pet. These are often referred to as mis-marked Bostons. This is usually just a simple misalignment of the dark hair with the white hair on the Boston. But since the Official Standard is very specific about some markings, a mis-marked Boston can not be shown and should not be used as a stud dog. These mis-marked Bostons are usually placed in loving homes by the breeder since they still have all of the other wonderful attributes of a Boston Terrier. But be aware that these mis-marked Bostons are pet quality only and you should pay only pet price. These Bostons should also be neutered as soon as possible. These mis-marked Bostons are different from the "white" Bostons that we are seeing being advertised on the internet as rare.
My question is now,
how old are your red bostson if you don't mind me asking....