back yard and puppy mill breeders with put just about anything together. They don't really care about the dogs, just the money they get from them. I am sure they can be cute, but they are still mutts. You need to look into both breeds, learn what health problems they have, and then learn the personalities. If you can live with all the above, they get what ever you want.
I agree with the above. It takes a lot of research and testing to create a fine breed. I would not trust a back yard breeder to know what is best for a puppy's health. I think individually, they are both wonderful breeds, but combined, I would not have an interest at all.
He is your friend, partner, defender, your dog. You are his life, love, his leader. He will be yours, faithful and true, to the last beat of his heart. You owe it to him to be worthy of such devotion.
I have first hand knowledge of a woman here who was busted by the SPCA for running a puppy mill. 57 dogs were seized, and a large number of them were Bostons crossed with Chihuahuas. That made me sick to my stomach, since I unwittingly sold her one of my Bostons under a non-breeding contract 4 years ago. The resulting cross is not very pretty, and I would never buy one if I were you. Bostons have many problems that can occur, and someone who is breeding crosses like that obviously is not doing any health testing.