Boston Terrier breeders and the ones you should avoid
Begin your search by asking each breeder what national breeder registry they belong to. Check it out for yourself and see what you think of that registry's breeding standards and what they consider to be a healthy and proper Boston Terrier. The one registry that everyone knows is the American Kennel Club but there are other registries out there and they are all accessible on the Internet. If a breeder does not belong to a registry this should prompt you to question why.
If you have not already chosen a vet then the best time to settle on one is when you are considering a Boston Terrier breeder. Your vet will always be very concerned about your pets and they will not allow you to get a pet from someone they do not trust or they know is not reputable. Your vet is a wonderful resource when you are considering a Boston Terrier breeder and you should make sure to seek out your vet's opinion prior to making any final decisions.
As unusual as it may sound, you would also benefit from a visit to the local law enforcement authorities to ask about all of the breeders you are considering. If a breeder has a history with the local law enforcement then it may be a good idea to avoid getting involved with that breeder for your good and for the good of your family as well.
Another important person you can talk to when you are considering Boston Terrier breeders are the breeders themselves. Find out what their policies are and see if they offer you any detailed care and feeding instructions with your new dog.
Ask if they offer you detailed information and advice about the proper care and feeding of your Boston Terrier before you take it home and if they will be giving you a food sample so you know what to feed your dog.
The relationship between breeder and owner goes on for many years and if you make the wrong breeder choice then that is something you may wind up regretting for a very long time.
In the end it is up to you and you should only make that determination after you have done more than sufficient research.