Here's a quick math equation for you; add a Boston Terrier and a Weimaraner together and you'll get a Bosmaraner as a result. Bosmaraners tend to look like miniature Weimaraners with spotted coats and shorter muzzles - although the appearance of one of these hybrid dogs can vary depending on which of their parents they take after more. Bosmaraners may inherit their Weimaraner parent's somewhat stubborn disposition, so you may not want to adopt one of these hybrids if you're an inexperienced dog caretaker. If you're capable of rearing a dog with a firm but loving approach, then the Bosmaraner may prove to be a great pet for you after all.
Smart, active, and energetic, the Bosmaraner is a dog that likely won't mix well with a person who's not assertive enough to command their respect. Like their Weimaraner parents, Bosmaraners have a tendency to try and assert themselves as the leaders of their pack early on. One has to be able to let a Bosmaraner know that they're the head of the household in a way that gets the message across in a way that isn't mean or disrespectful. Do that and a Bosmaraner will fall in line for the rest of their days, providing you with a calm and loyal companion.