Lost & Found: Preventing the Loss of Your Pet
Spay or neuter your Boston. Both males and females are much less likely to wander if they are "fixed." ALso, Make sure to get an ID tag for your dog's collar! A missing pet is much more likely to be located if they always wear their collar and ID tag with your name and telephone number. Talk to your veterinarian about a microchiping your dog.
Boston-proof your yard with a fence and make sure to keep any gates securely locked so your dog will be safely confined. Be sure to check your fence regularly for any new escape routes.
Train your Boston Terrier to associate a special whistle or clicker with praise and/or being fed. If you use the whistle or clicker every time they are fed, your dog will be much more likely to come running to you when they hear that sound.
Take a good picture of your Boston RIGHT NOW, before it's too late. Make sure it's a close up so, that all of the details show up well. Many pictures of Boston Terriers are not distinctive. Your picture should be unique and so that your Boston Terrier is unmistakable.