A Boston Terrier shouldn’t come in a solid color coat. If a dog breeder says they have one, then they are yanking your chain.
According to the American Kennel Club, a Boston Terrier has three coat colors. These colors are: brindle, seal, black, and is marked by white around the chest, muzzle, neck band, and the upper portion of the forelegs.This gives the dog that “tuxedo look” earlier mentioned.
Their coats are short, smooth and considered to be slick. This makes it hard for the dog in colder weather, so try to keep in moderate climates. Grooming isn’t a big deal with this breed, as they shed infrequently.