Other Info :
Minor was rescued in June 2017. Although we do not know his full story, we know he was in an emergency situation and needed rescue quickly. His past medical history is unknown. Once in LBR's care, he received all necessary vaccinations and was ready for a neuter. But this was delayed due to an abnormal heart rhythm found on initial vet check. Minor then saw a cardiologist. Initial tests were inconclusive but did indicate a slightly abnormal thyroid test and an abnormal heart rhythm so he was placed on medication. After about 6 weeks on medication, he was released to undergo a neuter, which went on without any problems. Minor will need to go back to the cardiologist in late September for repeat testing. He will not be available until cleared by cardiology and when we have a more clear diagnosis. Minor asks that you check out his other brothers and sisters who are available for adoption now.
A little more about Minor: He is one of the calmest boxers I have ever met. We are not sure if this is just his demeanor or because of any underlying health condition. He loves everyone, dogs and children of all ages but he is not a fan of cats and should not be placed in a home with feline friends.
Minor knows simple commands, is house trained and working on perfecting the crate. At first, he thought the crate was a torture chamber so you have to pick him up and place him in the crate, but once in, he's a dream.
Minor loves to cuddle and be around his people and fur friends. He does get anxious when outside around other dogs so he would do best in a traditional neighborhood with a fenced yard. He has good leash manners but will pull a little especially when interested in something like dogs, birds or squirrels.
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