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Show love for your Boston Terrier dog with this funny and cute peony flower sweatshirt. Great gift for adults, pet moms and dads, or for you to display your puppy love! Great gift apparel for Christmas or birthday. This Boston Terrier sweatshirt for adults features stylized dog graphic with peony flower collar and dress. Shop our other designs by searching FloGrace.

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