"We have a lot of people who come up to us and ask who we are," Andersen said. "This is a good group to work with your dog and get it socialized."
She admits she has seen a change in her Boston Terrier, Lucy, since joining the group.
"Lucy's been socialized ever since we've been walking," Andersen said. "She used to be really leash aggressive. She would see another dog on a leash and go nuts."
Anderson has also been pleasantly surprised to learn just how many terrier owners there are in her neighborhood.
"The only reason I got Lucy is because her previous owners couldn't keep her.... I'm finding there really are a lot of Boston Terrier owners out there."
Andersen said the group has plenty of room for new members and their canine companions.
"We invite anyone. You can have any type of dog; it doesn't have to be a Boston Terrier," she said.
For more information on BABT, Like their Bangor Area Boston Terriers Facebook page or call Lisa Andersen at 949-9649.