While the origin behind the Foxton is not widely known, it is believed that the breed was developed as a result of designer dog trends in the last two decades. The Toy Fox Terrier can be traced back to the 1500s in England when it was still part of the Smooth Fox Terrier. The breed was originally developed to coax foxes from their dens during the hunt. The Toy Fox Terrier widely varied in size between 7 to 20 pounds and did not have a breed standard at the time. The smaller Smooth Fox Terrier was favored over the rest of the breed due to its quick reflexes. In 1912, the first Smooth Fox Terrier was registered by the United Kennel Club. It was not until the mid-1920s that a petition was created to separate the two sizes in the breed. In 1936, the Toy Fox Terrier was registered. In 2003, the American Kennel Club officially recognized the breed. While the Boston Terrier originated in Boston, Massachusetts in the late 1800s, there is no single documentation of how the breed was developed. It is believed that the Boston Terrier was initially developed from a dog named Judge. Judge was described as well-built, weighing about 32 pounds with a dark brindle color and a blocky head. In 1889, the Boston Bull Terrier owners formed the American Bull Terrier Club, calling them the Round Heads. At the time, Bull Terrier and Bulldog fanciers rejected the title and forced the Boston Bull Terrier owners to change the name to Boston Terrier Club. In 1893, the Boston Terrier was officially recognized by the AKC and was one of the first Non-Sporting dogs in the United States. The Boston Terrier was seen with silent film stars in Hollywood and became increasingly popular.