- Or shall we say, celebrities owned by Boston Terriers? LOL
There are many celebrities who are or have been proud owners of Boston Terrier dogs. It’s no wonder because they make absolutely wonderful loving pets!
- 29th U.S. President Warren G. Harding ~ his Boston was named Hub
- Denise Richards ~ (actress – “Scary Movie 3”) had a Boston Terrier named Lucy (R.I.P.). Lucy was seen on an episode of National Geographic Channel’s “The Dog Whisperer”
- LeAnn Rimes ~ Harley
FAMOUS BOSTON TERRIERS:
A Boston Terrier / Pit Bull mix named, “Sergeant Stubby” was a decorated American WWI hero. Known for warning American soldiers against poisonous gas and imminent attacks, he was the mascot of the 102nd infantry. (He actually was promoted to the rank of “Sergeant”)
The role of “Georgia” in the movie “Hotel for Dogs” was actually played by three different Boston Terriers.
Did you know that “Toto” the dog in Wizard of Oz, has been illustrated as a Boston Terrier in several editions of the book?
The Boston Terrier, became the Boston University mascot on November 15, 1922. The often snarling, bi-pedal black and white Boston Terrier was later named Rhett after the male lead in Margaret Mitchell’s Gone with the Wind, because “No one loves Scarlett more than Rhett” referencing Rhett Butler’s affection for Scarlett O’Hara (scarlet is BU’s primary color).