Alabama Boston Terrier Rescue

Alabama Boston Terrier Rescue Group (“ABTR”) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to the welfare of the Boston Terrier dog breed. They serve the state of Alabama, and assist other rescue groups in Mississippi, Louisiana, Tennessee, Georgia, and the Florida panhandle. ABTR takes any Boston Terrier regardless of age and/or medical condition, and places the dog in a foster home. Their rescues are placed in the loving homes of volunteers where they are assessed for personality, and then are carefully matched to an adoption home that will provide only the very best.

All Boston Terrier and Boston Terrier mixes are spayed/neutered before placement, (unless age or health issues prevent this at the time of adoption) vaccinated, and all known medical conditions are addressed and treated as appropriate. A lengthy screening and education process is done before an application is approved. An adoption contract is completed, and post-placement follow-up is done. An adoption fee is charged to cover the tremendous veterinary expenses incurred by ABTR. But they can’t do it alone. Generous donations from kind people like you sustain them with the financial support necessary to care for these victims of selfishness and neglect.

From July 1st to July 31st, 2014, $1 from each t-shirt you purchase will help the wonderful and dedicated work of the Alabama Boston Terrier Rescue.

Support their great work and order your favorite Snort Monster shirt today! You can also find out more about the Midwest Boston Terrier Rescue at their website: or follow them on Facebook.

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