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The following boxers need you. They are currently in local shelters or in homes that can no longer care for them for whatever reason. LBR has been asked to help them, but we cannot take them into our program because our foster homes are full. LBR provides all food, vetting a crate, and basic essentials like leash and collar, for each foster boxer - please help us help them!

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BIN 18061BIN#: BIN 18061

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: ***URGENT DUE TO FULL SHELTER***

Bentley is a 6 to 8 year old neutered medium sized fawn male with natural ears and a docked tail. He is not deaf. He is a friendly boy, was a little nervous and annoyed by another dog barking, however he never showed any interest in even getting to know the other dog. He appears to be good with children. He was in a home with children, and was not surrender due to problems with children. Per notes from surrender, he was with another dog and got along well. He did not seem interested in any of the dogs in the shelter and was very friendly. I think he would probably like to be back with a family. Bentley was a pro at sit and shake! He was proud of himself, he did it 4 times for us. He only jumped on staff one time but it was not an overpowering jump. He seemed very respectful in his actions. Cat test was not performed. He was in the shelter about 2 hours at time of eval. He is heartworm positive per the shelter test, surrender papers indicates he was treated with antibiotics last year. He did not have any lumps, bumps or missing hair, eyes were a little cloudy and he did bump into things. Staff noticed as well, so will need further eval. Nose moist, no drainage, no coughing, very active. He is thin, ribs and back bone are very noticeable. He has a great underbite, he could use some oral hygiene! The family that surrendered Bentley have had him for about 10 months as a gift from a friend. They have surrendered him because they say he is destructive inside. Bentley needs to be redirected and have someone who can take the time gto love on him and give him the security he needs, and training!! He was very sweet with me, staying in the eval room alone with me, he did not exhibit any fear, he is just scared.



Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 18061 in your email please.

BIN 18037BIN#: BIN 18037

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: ***URGENT DUE TO FULL SHELTER***

Toro is a 9 plus year old unaltered large fawn male with natural ears and a natural tail. He is not deaf. This handsome older gentleman was resting quietly in his kennel bed when I came to see him. He was a calm guy, but was a bit timid initially. He crunched down when I went to pet him from overhead, but when I sat down with him he just wanted to climb in my lap. I feel he would be fine with children of all ages as he was very calm. We walked by the other kennels and he was uninterested in the other barking dogs. He was pretty good on the leash, but would not perform any commands. There was no cat test available. He had a growth on his right lower eyelid. He had callouses on his elbows and outer hind legs. Ears were extremely dirty. He is heart worm positive. This guys was so sweet and gentle. He needs a warm home with a soft pillow and be shown unconditional love.

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 18037 in your email please.

BIN 17551BIN#: BIN 17551

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: ***Update 1/30: Holly was adopted from the shelter, but she was returned as she was not getting along well with the other dogs in the house.*** Holly is a white 44 pound female with natural ears and a docked. tail. She is heart worm negative per the shelter, fully vetted. She was positive for Earlichia and did a 30 day course of Doxy and is still positive. She loves people. She has done okay with dogs at the shelter. She has not been out in a play group as of yet. She can be a little snippy with other dogs on a leash.

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 17551 in your email please.
BIN 18065BIN#: BIN 18065

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Apollo is an approximately 2 year old neutered medium sized white male with natural ears and a docked tail. He is not deaf. Apollo is a very happy, friendly guy and was excited to get visitors. He did not express any interest in checking out the other dogs around him. He did jump on me, and staff, but with love. He is just a hunk of love! He will jump on you, after training, I think he would be excellent with kids for he seems to have a great friendly disposition. He has been at the shelter almost 30 days, so adjusted to that lifestyle, he seems very happy. Staff says he is food starved, so kids or other dogs would need to be separated just in case! Apollo has done well at the shelter. He expressed no interest in the dogs when he was taken out of his kennel. He didn’t even walk to their kennel to snoop, he probably knows them all already, or maybe he is so ready to have a loving home that he didn’t want me to see the competition! He does know sit and loves to get treats for his performance. He did very well on a leash. I think the staff has really given him attention, he was in rough shape upon arrival, and is making great improvements. He was brought in as stray, he is chipped and efforts to locate owner were unsuccessful. We cat tested him. The cats back was up, no hissing, she was in the bathroom and we opened the door to allow him in. He walked a little way in and left. He has either had an experience with a cat, or just was not interested. He has been treated with antibiotics, for some skin issues, staff indicates it was not mange. He is having some loose stools, consistency and color of peanut butter. No blood noted, all testing this far has been negative. His hair is coming in nicely now, he does have some small bumps, largest about the size of a nickel on his back. They may be related to the skin problems and healing. Eyes clear, nose without drainage, teeth very clean and a nice underbite. He was most accommodating for his exam! He has lots of brown spots on his belly, and a large brown spot over his left ear. He is heart worm negative per the shelter test, and current on all immunizations. Apollo was brought in a a stray about a month ago looking pretty rough. His hair is coming back in and he has out in some weight. He needs more weight and is definitely an eater. He loved having visitors and although he jumped on me, he was not aggressive in any way. He loves to play with a tennis ball. If I didn’t have a house full of Boxers I would have brought him home. He will definitely make someone a great pet!



Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 18065 in your email please.
BIN 18059BIN#: BIN 18059

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Monica is a 3.5 year old unaltered brindle female with natural ears and a docked tail. She is shy, but social, loving and friendly. She is thin from recently having puppies. She is not up to date on vaccinations or heartworm prevention. She is being surrendered from a breeder.

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 18059 in your email please.
BIN 17024BIN#: BIN 17024

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: **Update 2/1: She has improved slightly from an allergy perspective, but still needs baths and medication.** Smudge is a 3 year old large spayed female with natural ears and a docked tail. She is not deaf. Smudge was purchased from a breeder in Bartonville. Smudge's sister was purchased by the owner's brother and lives in California now. Smudge has been diagnosed with Chronic Juvenile Folliculitis and has been undergoing therapy for same since 03/2016. She has been allergy tested and noted to have HIGH ALLERGIES to bees, soy and eggs. They found out about the bees after Smudge ate some bees and had anaphylaxis. She has been treated with chronic steroids, antibiotics, zyrtec, omega fatty acids, special food, and special beds. She is not up-to-date on her vaccinations or heart worm prevention because of these special medications. The owner's vet advised them that routine shots and heart worm prevention during steroids could cause additional medical problems for Smudge. The owner's stated that they have been diligent with Smudge's medications, and special food. The family has 3 children, so Smudge is very good with children. The family has a lot going on and is not able to provide all of the attention and meet her needs. The owner also pays to have Smudge's folliculitis pustules opened and cleaned (this puts Smudge under sedation). She has patchy hair and the follicles bleed and have pus on them. The volunteer did not smell an odor to the pus, and Smudge is clean, well-kept and has no fleas or ticks. Her teeth are clean, but her snout has some infected follicles as well. Smudge is a VERY healthy 80 pound, tall white girl with a brown patch on her right eye. She is SUPER friendly, she gave me kisses, boxer butt wiggles and leans. She is HIGHLY intelligent and sits, shakes and loves her treats. Because of her skin, she only gets greenies as treats (per the owner's vet). Smudge is completely an outside dog, but does come in the home when the family is around. She loves to play with the children in the home and loves to run. She has a special pallet outside with a warming light and has access to water. The owner advised Smudge is loving, loyal, good with people, loves the car, is a "talker", is super smart and LOVES kids and the neighbors. The owner advised that when Smudge gets out of the back yard, she goes to the neighbors house and they all love her. Smudge is a "wants to please" girl, and loves parks and walks and she has NEVER been to the dog park. She has been house trained since a puppy. Smudge does not like a crate per the owner. Smudge had anxiety when she was a puppy. Smudge doesn't like it but tolerates a bath and she gets a bath 2 times a week. She is an outside dog and runs and plays in a very large backyard. She is high energy, but doesn't bark at the mailman, fed ex, or other people she "knows". She will alert to strangers near the home and has never been aggressive to adults or children. She has never been aggressive to other dogs, unknown about cats. Smudge is high energy, but settles down easily. She currently eats dry, Wellness Simple, Limited Ingredient Diet (Salmon & Potato). It has no soy, corn, dairy, eggs etc. This food is on the approved list from the vet. Smudge has not had any formal training; the owner had trained Smudge when she was a puppy. Smudge pulls on her lead at first, but she settles down. The current owner uses verbal correction and time-out as a form of discipline. The owner advised that Smudge actually tells on herself when she does something she shouldn't (like digging). The owner advised Smudge can be a Houdini and get out of the yard, and is NOT a fence jumper. If Smudge doesn't want her treat that you give her right then....she will find a place to bury it...even in the couch. She does not have any reaction to toys, food, and other items being taken away. Smudge actually believes you are taking the bowls, toys, etc to get her something better. Smudge is microchipped and registered. Smudge does not get excited or upset over fireworks, loud noises, etc. This is a hard decision for the family. The whole family wanted Smudge, but as her medical condition has taken such an interesting turn, no one but the wife takes care of her.

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 17024 in your email please.
BIN 18070BIN#: BIN 18070

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Max is an approximately 7 year old neutered approximately 55 pound fawn male with natural ears and a docked tail. His owner saw Max at the Keene Animal Shelter during ""Clear the Shelter"" day approximately 6-7 months ago. He was "super skinny at the shelter", was a "stray without a chip" and they just "had to have him". No one came to claim him and he definitely acted like he had been raised in a home as he was loving, didn't climb or jump and wanted to sleep in the bed. They brought Max home to 3 other boxers ranging in age from 13 years old to 9 months, 2 females and 1 male. The Male is Tank and he weighs approx. 88 pounds. He is a large guy and has been owned by the family since he was young. There is also a 10 pound Chorkie who according to the owner, "rules the roost". With the addition of Max, the home now has 5 dogs, a couple of cats, and chickens in the chicken coop (which the dogs leave alone). Initially Tank and Max got along, but over the last couple of months, there has been male to male aggression with many injuries to the dogs, multiple fights and each dog requiring a visit to the vet for antibiotics. They now keep them separated at all times. The male owner did receive a puncture wound to the palm of his hand while trying to break up one of the fights. They have approximately 1 acre of land, fenced off in two separate areas (1 area is larger and has access to the garage/shelter. The second area has access to a dog house.) When the dogs are out in the yard, the other male is in a crate in the house. They feed them separately. They do not want to return Max to the shelter as they are very very concerned that he would be put to sleep and believe that he is a sweet dog and that he and Tank will not be getting along in the future. This is why they reached out to Legacy Boxer Rescue. Max is either kept in a crate in the home when Tank is outside, or Max is then outside when Tank is in kennel. Max has no problems with adults and as they do not have any children in their home or who visit, they are unsure how he is with kids. When I met Max he is a sweet boy. He can be jumpy, but follows directions to not jump. He is a leaner, and a kidney beaner. He is super sweet, loved to give kisses, loved having his ears rubbed, didn't really want me near his mouth to look at teeth, but teeth appear to be healthy with normal age wear and tear. He is housetrained, but after fights, Max is now marking inside the home at times, which he was not doing before. He is crate trained and used to a metal crate. No anxiety or separate issues. He sleeps in a kennel at night as Max likes to pee on the garbage can. They bathed Max one time without any issues. No problems with nail trims, they only trimmed the front paws. He gets exercise in the 1 acre back yard with running and playing and has 2 female boxers and 1 female Chorkie to play with. All get along and there has been no aggression to any of the females. He was jumpy at first but followed directions easily and was re-directable. Max does not like toys and doesn't play with them. He doesn't have ANY interest in toys at all. He doesn't chew or like chew toys. He does like the crusts of pizza that are left over from when they have pizza on pizza night. He is not high energy and calms down easily. It was obvious the family loves all of their dogs as there are hand-made raised bowls and multiple dog pillows. The kennels all have pillows in them as well. Max is not possessive with toys. He eats dry Authority Brand food with 1/4 can of wet food mixed in.When they adopted him he could sit, shake and speak "especially near the cookie jar." They have not done any formal training. Max pulls initially, but settles down.The owner uses verbal correction with a stern "No" and have a fly swatter they use as a "no-no stick" which they state they never use but only use to create a loud sound to get the dogs attention to then correct the dogs behavior. He is not food aggressive and you can take his bowl away from him. He really doesn't play with toys or chew bones, so they believe he is not aggressive as he doesn't want them. Max is a counter surfer, and they don't leave left-overs out. He can be a bit needy and wants to be on your lap, but initially didn't know how to sit on a lap. Max just wanted to be on your lap (standing on it). He is up to date on vaccinations. I believe this is an urgent situation and would like to make a plea for this pup to go to a home with other female dogs. He has not been around crowds or kids with them and rode well in the vehicle when going to the vet to get shots. Max is protective of his yard like the other dogs, but has not been aggressive to anyone delivering packages, etc. He does give a signal when he is "done with the kennel" but they verbally correct him when necessary and he settles down. He did not have any reaction to the fireworks during the New Year celebration near their home. He is not food aggressive. He as recent injuries from Male to Male Aggression. No known injuries were received when they adopted Max from the shelter. Other than that, Max has some age, wear and tear on him around his joints. He has healed lacerations to the top of his head from the recent fights.

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 18070 in your email please.
BIN 18038BIN#: BIN 18038

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: ***Update 2/4: Owner is moving out of state on 2/24*** Bella is a 7.5 year old (8 in June) unaltered average sized flashy fawn female with natural ears and a docked tail. She is about 50 to 55 pounds. She is being surrendered because she bit a toddler in the house. It was a one time incident (there are 3 small children in the home). The toddler startled her awake from a deep sleep and she bit one time, no follow through. The child received stitches. She is kept outside in nice weather, but she is mostly inside. Sometimes she is crated to keep her separate from children. She’s very friendly and sweet, has never met a stranger. Bella is a nicely social girl - happy to meet new people, but didn’t jump up. She is very house trained and she likes being in her crate, it’s her quiet place. She doesn’t like baths, but allows them without fuss, but you can tell she’s a little stressed. She pulls away some for nail trims, but doesn’t really fight it. She lets her owners clip her nails. Her only exercise is yard time. She is not taken for walks, but she doesn’t mind because she is quite lazy. Bella is playful in short bursts, but she’s low key, not normal crazy boxer play. She is not possessive with toys. She currently eats dry Pedigree food. She took basic obedience at PetSmart, but hasn’t retained any of her training. She has very good off leash recall. She needs work on her leash manners. Bella is never disciplined because she doesn’t misbehave at all. After the bite, owner told her no and pulled her back by the collar. No other discipline has ever been needed. She would have no reaction if someone tried to take a food bowl or rawhide from her. She eats right next to the other dog in the home. She currently lives with a female West Highland Terrier, but is otherwise unsocialized with dogs. She sometimes barks at dogs who walk by the yard on leash (like any dog would). She is due for parvo/distemper. She got rabies 18 months ago. She is not current on heart worm prevention, but was negative on her last heart worm test. This little girl is truly delightful, very happy, friendly, and well balanced. I enjoyed every moment with her. She’s loving and snuggly. She never barked while I was there. While not particularly obedient, she had very nice manners. I would recommend a quiet home without small kids, she would be perfect for an older, more sedate owner. Her owners recently noticed that she seems a little stressed and withdraws when the kids get noisy or rowdy. She is also somewhat stressed by the other dogs at the vet when she goes for shots. She has no illnesses or injuries the owner is aware of, but she does have allergies.

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 18038 in your email please.
BIN 18063BIN#: BIN 18063

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Chase is a 3 year old neutered large white male with natural ears and a docked tail. He is being surrendered because his owner lives on 14 acres with less than one acre fenced. She lives in a small (<1000sqft) home. She lost her husband in late 2015 and her adult son, daughter-in-law and 3 young children now all live with her. She stated that Chase is such a sweet guy, but "he lives in his crate" and "I want better for him." The owner has had Chase since he was 8 weeks old and this is her second boxer. Chase was the largest of the litter and that he is chipped. She says "I love him enough that I want him to have a better life than in his crate all the time." He is kept in his crate when his owner is home and away. There is very small area just outside her back patio door that has a 4 foot fence. He has never jumped that fence, he did dig when he was younger but does not now. There is evidence that he hangs out there (there are 2 dog houses) in the fenced in area. Chase LOVES laying in the sun, when it is not to hot or too cold. When it is too hot or too cold "he is at the door wanting in immediately after doing his business." He is good with kids and adults. He is excited for about the first 30 minutes he is out, but settles down. When he is excited, he is jumpy and doesn't know his own size. He thinks he is a 71 pound lap dog. Owner said he will not knock down kids but when he does his Boxer lean he does knock them over. I witnessed Chase with a 4 year old grandson and he was gentle and loving, but did love to lean. There was also a small 2 week old goat in a kennel in the home (which was being bottle fed) and Chase walked over to the kennel, sniffed it and walked away. There is also a Parrot type bird in the home and Chase did not go near the cage other than to walk by it. He was not bothered by the sounds or the bird itself. There were no cats in the home to cat test. He is house and crate trained. He is used to a wire crate. Chase does well for baths but needs assistance getting into the tub. He has not had his nails trimmed. He goes out in the yard and runs with the kids or other dogs on the property for exercise. There is a golden retriever and a chihuahua (long haired) that live there as well. Chase does not leave the property or jump gates and fences. He is high energy, but calms down. He is jumpy (witnessed this as Chase wanted my attention and placed his paws on my lap to give some Boxer kisses). Chase doesn't know his own size. He does kidney bean, did tons of butt wiggles and loves to talk. He boxer leans into you and really, after being out of his kennel for a bit, just calmed down and wanted love. At night, sometimes he is able to get out of his kennel/wire crate if the bottom latch is not latched. She said he is not destructive, does not chew on things and just goes and lays down with her grandkids. The owner said as a puppy Chase never chewed on shoes, furniture or other personal items. He loves to chew up toys with stuffing, but leaves the toys without stuffing alone and just plays with them. When wearing a leash, he pulls and has really only been in the truck when he went to the vet to be neutered. He is not possessive with toys. He currently eats Dry Retriever High Pro from Tractor Supply. I witnessed sit, and Chase going in his crate, but he does not really know any other tricks or has not had any other training. Chase is treat motivated and I believe he would be easy to train with continued patience, treats and praise/recognition of good work. He was easily directed when he was on my lap and follows direction well. He has only been leashed one time for a trip to vet for neutering. He is disciplined using verbal correction, and a small tap on the bottom. Chase does not like to do anything wrong. Chase lets his owner pull his dog bowl away. When the small Chihuahua went near his bowl one time he had a low growl. Owner stated that she verbally corrected him and nothing more has happened. Chase does not have separation anxiety, he is not too needy, he has never been aggressive to people or any of the animals on the property. She stated that he does not nip to get your attention, he was a digger when he was a puppy and that he is not destructive when he gets out of his kennel at night. He is not up to date on vaccinations or heart worm prevention. His owner is heartbroken, but loves Chase enough to reach out to Legacy for Chase to live a better life. This guy is tall, broad chested, and needs a bit of a diet and some exercise. He is good in his kennel but loves to talk to you when you are sitting near him. He was excitable (as any boxer would be when getting out of the kennel), but eventually calmed down and was just loving, kind and gave boxer kisses, slobbers, leans and butt wiggles. He tries to kidney bean as much as possible and he is very very very sweet. He seems like he would be an easy foster, he is 3 years old, already neutered and hopefully not heart worm positive. With some patience and love, he will fly off the shelf. Chase has no problems with thunder, lightening, loud noises. He really doesn't bark at anyone. He really hasn't traveled much in the vehicle, he just stays home, so she is not sure how he would do with car rides. He did okay at the vet when went to be neutered. Chase is protective of his own small yard and barks, but does not get out and has not hurt anyone. She states that when he is not in his little part of the yard, he just runs and plays and doesn't really seem to care if anyone comes or goes on the property. No illnesses or injuries the owner is aware of.

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 18063 in your email please.
BIN 18072BIN#: BIN 18072

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Casey is an 8 to 9 year old spayed large flashy fawn female with natural ears and a docked tail. The family acquired Casey from a bulletin board post. They took her in without any real knowledge about her or any conditions she had at that time. She is a good dog, does well at home, alone and with children. She does have urinary incontinence (I could see the spots on her bed). According to the family, she has only shown a little aggression when a puppy tried to get a treat she felt was her own. They have no complaints, really. Her owner is starting residency after April, and they are thinking of having another baby, they just do not have the time to devote to Casey. They have had her about a year. Casey is allowed to run the house, and in their fenced yard. She has been crate trained, but the crate was large and they no longer use it. She would just go in and sleep, but was never left in the crate for long periods of time. When I approached and rang the door bell, Casey barked. Once the door was open and she knew I was welcome, she was all over me, she did not jump, but was all up next to me, wanted me to pet her, and rub her belly, and kiss her! She showed no signs of timidness or aggression during my visit, and family states she allowed their 3 year old son to hang all over her, play with her and have not had any problems. The only experience where she did show "ownership" was when a pupply tried to get her treat. No injuries resulted from this incident. She is house and crate trained, but has not used the crate in long time. Casey does fairly well getting a bath outside, however does not enjoy the pedicure piece of grooming! She is jumpy, wanting to get away. She gets exercise daily in their fenced back yard. She does well on a leash, except when things such as squirrels tease her! She poops along the fence line in the back yard! Now I couldn't train one to do that if I tried!! Casey was very laid back in the house, however when trying to get pictures, she wanted to roll on the floor and play. She does have a very good energy level when outside. She is always calm and exhibits great manners in the home. She only had one toy - no reports of aggression. She eats Iams, dry, 2 cups two times a day. She does know sit, and shake. The family is unaware of any formal training, they have done a little in their home. Her leash walking is very good. She is disciplined using verbal correction, and she appears to understand and looks sad when she is verbally corrected. She would probably not do well if someone tried to take a food bowl or rawhide away from her, as she did not take well to a puppy trying to get a treat from her. I would not leave her alone with other dogs while feeding. Cat testing was not completed, history is unknown. She barked when I rang doorbell, but quickly calmed when she realized that I was welcome, and then I was her best friend! Family has not had any issues with digging, nipping, or destructive behavior. They did feel she liked a lot of attention, and feels that it is very appropriate for her to sit in your lap. She is up to date on vaccinations and not on heart worm prevention. This lady has several things that will need to be evaluated. She is having "occasional" seizure activity, urinary incontinence (age vs medical), 2" skin tag to back of left back leg, large "fatty tumor" on right hip, multiple smaller bumps along her right side just behind her leg, one on abdomen, and another skin tag like spot on the right side of her face. Due to the lights and angles, they were hard to photograph. She has a small underbite, some teeth need a good cleaning. She did not have any areas of missing hair. She appeared to have in old incision (a highlighted line along her mid abdomen, so I think she has been spayed. I got the impression that this girl is highly attached to this family. She interacted with the son with such grace, she appears to have been taken care of, but is having some medical concerns now that family does not have the time to take care of. She is very well adjusted, she has been with them about a year, I really hate to see her when they leave her. She is good to stay with her family until close to end of April, when they anticipate moving. She rides well in the car, and likes to lay on the couch. She has a stuffed toy duck that family says she is very gently with in playing, she has had it for a while but it is still in good shape. She has occasional seizures that last anywhere from 1-2 minutes, and although they are aware she could be tested and treated, they have not done so. Same with the incontinence - owner stated he knew they had drugs that could help with that.

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 18072 in your email please.
BIN 18046BIN#: BIN 18046

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Lola Bear is a 3 year old umaltered white female with natural ears and a docked tail. She weighs about 75 pounds. Owner stated her ex-husband purchased Lola Bear and she wants a small dog. She really did not want her from the beginning. She is not adequately able to take care of her and give her the time she deserves. Lola Bear has been living outside for the majority of her life the past three years. She does have a wire crate owner keeps her in on occasion that is kept in the garage. She was very jumpy upon meeting her. She loves kids, the owner has a nine-year-old and his friends visit often. She is okay with people coming into the home while she is inside, but barks at strangers coming to the fence and walking around the property. She runs and barks with the other dogs from surrounding yards. She has never been to a dog park and no other animals have come to their home for a visit. Owner is not sure whether she is dog friendly. She is very curious and pulls towards other dogs while out walking, but owner does not feel it is aggressive behavior. She is house and crate trained, but she is kept in the wire crate for minimal amounts of time. Owner has only bathed Lola Bear in the backyard with the hose. Lola Bear will sit while owner bathes her and loves to have her fur brushed. She has never had her nails trimmed. She is walked on a leash every other day just up and down the block once. Her energy level is high. She was very jumpy upon evaluation and is a strong girl. She is playful and likes toys, but will chew them up after a period of time. Lola Bear does not show any aggression with her toys being taken from her by people, other dogs are unknown. She is eating Alpo Come and Get It dry dog food. Lola Bear has not had any training. Lola Bear will sit and knows down. I did not physically observe these commands upon evaluation because she was too excited to exhibit them. Owner stated she pulls at first because she is excited to go for a walk, but eventually calms down and walks nicely. She does best with a training collar while walking. Owner uses verbal correction for Lola Bear and at one point used a clicker with a high pitch noise. Lola Bear does not appear to have any aggression should you take away her food bowl or a rawhide. Owner stated she has never snapped at them. She was a very excited, friendly girl. Owner had a hard time keeping her from jumping on us. She is very strong. I would recommend no children under the age of 10 for her unless she had some training to help her learn some commands and had some structure and guidelines. Owner did state she would chew up her dog bowls if they are left outside and used to dig, but that has not been a problem for awhile. Lola Bear was last vaccined as a puppy. She has not had any vaccines since that one time. She is not on heart worm prevention. She appears to be in good health without any lumps or bumps. I would say she could lose a few pounds. She is a very pretty girl, who seems to want lots of love and I believe that is a partial reason for her jumpiness. She is outside in a rather small yard with lots of other dogs in neighboring yards, which were all barking the entire time I was at the home. She has a small covered area that she can use as shelter. Lola Bear gets upset when people are walking around the property outside the backyard and will bark. She also gets upset that wild animals, such as, possums come into the yard. She has never been in a car before and they are not sure how she would do. She has no illnesses or injuries the owner is aware of.

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BIN 17414BIN#: BIN 17414

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: **Update 11/14: Owner will not surrender without Canelo, BIN 17415*** Lola is a 10 year old small spayed white female with natural ears and a docked tail. She is not deaf. The owner is a very nice young man who has encountered some serious health issues including OCD and anxiety over the last 3 years. He has lost his job and has been unemployed for approximately 1 years. He has been in counseling and has had to move into a small building in the back of his parents property. He has very limited financial resources, yet he loves his babies and wants to give them a better life. He has kept up their heart worm preventative but has very limited funds for any additional or unexpected expenses for his babies. He stated that he loves them enough to give them a better life and has been very concerned for his pups but his family does not share this type of concern and has not been interested in helping in any way with them. The owner got Lola when she was 3 years old. Lola has been an outside dog the entire time he has owned her. She loves kids and does not knock them down. She is very protective of her yard, but once the kids or adults are introduced to her she does well. She did not bark at me when I walked to the back yard, but the owner stated she would have had I been there by myself. With new animals, she needs slow introductions and after that is very friendly with other dogs. Lola is not crate trained, but after the surgery on her leg, she was crated and she did well. Lola does not like water, but when on a leash, she will hold still for a bath. She really doesn't play fetch or with toys, but does play with Canelo (BIN 17415). I can see that the heat really affects her and she definitely is a sweet ole lady. She loves chew toys and is not possessive of them when she has them. Canelo is a bit pushy with Lola and she gives in to him. He will take her chew toys and she just lets him. She eats Dry Pedigree right now and they are fed separately as Canelo enjoys pushing Lola out of the way and taking her food. She has no formal training. She did not appear to know stay, sit, shake or anything else. She walks on a leash well with a collar. Verbal correction is used for discipline. Slow introductions with other dogs was the owners main concern, especially with the change she will be going through. He is sooooooo very concerned and has been wrestling with this decision for 4 months. He truly wants the best for these pups. She is up to date on heart worm prevention. Lola is the more docile and accepting of the two pups and he will miss her. Lola is white, but is really dirty and in need of a good bath. She shows the wear of an outside dog who is 10. She was soooooooo very sweet, but also stand-offish from me. Canelo was the one that wanted all my attention. She has worn pads on her feet and her legs at her joints from her being outside. She has tear stains on her face and she let me look at her teeth which really looked pretty good. Other than the one hard knot on the neck she just looks a little rough for wear and needs a good spa day. She does not like fireworks or loud noises. She will protect the yard if someone is on the other side of the fence or she feels the need to be protective. Lola has been spayed and has had a MCT removed from her right leg. She currently has a small hard knot on the right side of the back of her neck. It is movable and does not cause her any pain. She has not had any other MCT removed from her and no regrowth since that surgery. She did yelp and limp when I was evaluating her, I believe she stepped on a piece of steel that was a barrier between the small garage/portable building and concrete outer area (I would equal it to stepping on a small carpet nail). She limped for quite a bit of time, but got better as the visit continued. This had happened one other time about 3 years ago and he took her to the vet, but she didn't have any broken bones just a muscle injury, the vet likened it to rough play with Canelo. She has had 2 litters of puppies.

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BIN 17415BIN#: BIN 17415

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: ***Update 11/14: Owner will not surrender without BIN 17414 Lola*** Canelo is a 3 year old large unaltered fawn male with natural ears and a docked tail. He is not deaf. The owner is a very nice young man who has encountered some serious health issues including OCD and anxiety over the last 3 years. He has lost his job, has been in counseling and has had to move into a small building in the back of his parents property. He has very limited financial resources, yet he loves his babies and wants to give them a better life. He has kept up their heart worm preventative but has very limited funds for any additional or unexpected expenses for his babies. He stated that he loves them enough to give them a better life and has been very concerned for his pups but his family does not share this type of concern and has not been interested in helping in any way with them. Canelo lives outside. He is very excitable and jumpy and the owner stated he has knocked down a couple smaller children, but he is just a big lug of a guy and totally wanting attention. He is a HUGE lap dog and doesn't know his size. Canelo LOVES water. Canelo loves to play keep-away and have you chase him. He also loves BIG balls, not small ones. He loves a basketball and will play with that in the backyard (like soccer). The owner advised that Canelo is a bit pushy with Lola (BIN 17414) and she gives in to him. He will take her chew toys and she just lets him. He is eating dry Pedigree right now and they are fed separately as Canelo enjoys pushing Lola out of the way and taking her food. He does not have any training and he was not interested in any sit, stay, shake, etc. He just wanted me to love on him. He definitely is the more social of the 2 dogs and leaned into me quite a bit. The owner stated he walks well on a leash and does not pull now (except at first). Verbal correction is used for discipline. He is non-reactive around food, but wants to eat more than Lola and is pushy. He is a huge lap dog, protective of his yard and excitable and jumpy with smaller kids. He definitely likes to be the center of attention and Lola lets him have it all as well. He is up to date on heart worm prevention. Slow introductions with other dogs was the owners main concern. Especially with the change he will be going through. He is sooooooo very concerned and has been wrestling with this decision for 4 months. He truly wants the best for these pups. This guy is HUGE, GORGEOUS and SUPER SWEET, with a little bit of needy in there....probably just due to his age. His teeth look good and he is SOLID as a rock. His head is the size of a small bucket and his profile is low. He has worn pads on his feet and on his legs from living outside. I saw a couple of areas of hair loss where he may have been scratching and healed over. No lumps, bumps or anything else that concerned me. Fireworks and loud noises scare him. Canelo is also protective of the yard and the owner stated that if he were not with me that Canelo would be barking and alert to a stranger in his yard. He stated that he has not bitten anyone, but is definitely protective. The owner has had Canelo since he was a puppy and he is approximately 3 now. Canelo has had no injuries or illnesses other than the Parvo as a puppy.

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BIN 17525BIN#: BIN 17525

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Katie is a 3 to 5 year old spayed 50ish pound fawn female with natural ears and a natural tail. She is being surrendered as she was rescued from a shelter for a family member along with another dog. The family member did not take both dogs. The owner's have 2 large older dogs and one does not like Katie. They travel for work and can not leave the dogs alone. They gate an area of the house in the office for her when they are home. She is crated when they are away. She is good with adults and children - she is a bit timid at first with adults, but friendly and gentle. She does not jump. She is house and crate trained. They rarely leave her more than 2 hours, but she enters the crate on request and seems happy to go in. She has no problems with bathing/grooming, she is not food aggressive. She gets exercise by playing in the backyard and 2 walks per day. She has good energy, is calm and alert. She runs in the yard, but does not know how to play with humans or toys. She is not possessive with toys. She eats a dry/canned combo. She is currently eating high calorie puppy food from the vet. She eats well and has gained 6 pounds in 2 weeks. She can sit, but seems to have no other training. She has not been trained, but walks pretty well on a leash. She only pulls for rabbits. She is disciplined using verbal correction only. Katie is not food, toy, or chew possessive with her family or strangers. She may become possessive of a chew if another dog attempted to take it. Katie has no behaviors that would be difficult for an adoptive family. She has lived with other dogs peacefully, but will defend herself from another dog if threatened. She is up to date on vaccinations and heart worm prevention. Katie is a sweet, gentle girl that needs a forever home to find her spirit. She is very well behaved, but needs to learn to play with adults and be confident in herself. She loves to cuddle and play with kids, and she's run a few Boxer burns in the backyard. She has a beautiful fawn coat, lovely eyes, and a tiny white tip on her tail. She has been through many changes and is timid and submissive. She needs a calm, steady environment to find her boxer spirit. She has no illnesses or injuries that the owner is aware of. She seems healthy, just a little thin. Per shelter she is heart worm negative and is now on heart worm prevention.

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BIN 18019BIN#: BIN 18019

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Kalli is a 5 year old spaed medium sized flashy brindle female with natural ears and a docked tail. She is bein surrendered because her owner believes Kalli is experiencing separation anxiety on a random basis. He is sometimes away for long hours and states she has been very destructive on random occasions, tearing up pet beds, sofa, etc. This is a difficult surrender for him. He states Kalli is perfect in every other way but because he works and goes to school he can't leave her for long period for fear she will tear up the couch. Historically, she has had free access to the home and use of a doggy door. When I visited, he had a large crate set up, but had recently purchased it and did not want to use it. She was extremely well-behaved while we were there. Kalli was very low key but friendly. She was interested in us but not jumpy. She gave boxer wiggles and wagged her tail but she was a perfect little lady. She was happy to be petted but wasn't demanding. She even allowed a belly rub to check for a spay scar. Her owner got her when she was a little less than a year old and the lady he got her from said she was not spayed, BUT in almost 5 years she has never gone in "heat" and I believe she *does* have a tiny spay scar. She is house trained. He said she didn't seem to mind the crate too much, but had not used it more than a few times. She is perfectly fine with grooming. She was very clean, her nails were trimmed and she even smelled nice. She behaves like a perfect little lady for nail trims. Kalli has access to the backyard thru a doggy door. Her owner has taken her many places, restaurants, parks, concert events, etc and states she is always well-behaved. Her body is tight and toned so she must be getting regular exercise. There are also two pugs in the house to play with. She was not "high energy" but she was playful. She gets along well with the two pugs in the house and she is fine with other dogs. The impression I got was that she was being a "good girl" but could have easily been encouraged to play. She has plenty of toys. She is not possessive with toys or food. She has had no formal training, but she knows the basics, sit, stay, etc. She seems to be an "eager to please" personality. She is well-mannered on a leash. She is disciplined using verbal correction, time out and a "swat on the butt. She has potential separation anxiety. She is only current on rabies vaccination and is not on heart worm prevention. Kalli seems to be a very calm, sweet, well-behaved girl. She is absolutely beautiful and very loving. She wasn't barky or jumpy with us, as strangers. She would be fine with other dogs and would thrive in a home where at least one person worked from home, or was retired or part-time. She doesn't care for loud noises and she doesn't like being left alone for extended periods of time. No illnesses or injuries the owner is aware of. She had been treated for a broken toe almost 3 years ago but fully recovered.

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BIN 17536BIN#: BIN 17536

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Maya is a 2 year old spayed flashy fawn female with natural ears and a docked tail. She is not deaf. She is being surrendered because the owner has been unable to control Maya since she was given to her earlier this spring. Maya is very hyper and not easily calmed down. Additionally, she has become destructive, chewing on their wall, table, chairs, and basically anything that is in her possession. The owner has 2 young toddlers and does not have the time to properly train Maya. When the owner is home, Maya is in the living room with her fur brother Duke. It is a gated area. When they are not home, Maya is placed in her kennel. Maya is very hyper when she is surrounded by her owners, friends, or family. It can be quite the task to calm her. But once she is given the attention and affection she wants, she's quite loving to say the least. Per the owner, Maya does great with kids. Aside from jumping occasionally out of excitement, she has never had a problem with Maya and children. Maya is very kid friendly, considering her two toddlers who are 1 and 4. Maya plays with the neighbor's and family's dogs. No problems of aggression have been observed. Maya has not had any accidents and waits to go potty. Maya loves the water and jumps in the tub when it's bath time. She believes when her brother took her to Pets Mart to be groomed, and Maya did well. The only exercise Maya gets is when she is allowed to go outside and play with her brother Duke, but that is not often as Maya has been able to unlock the fence at times and has gotten out. Maya has the energy level of a typical 2 year old boxer. She is indeed hyper. She is jumpy, yet very playful. She is very loving to say the least. She gives continuous boxer wiggles and kisses. With training and patience, this girl will make a family unbelievably happy. The owner has never seen a side of aggression from Maya. She eats Pedigree for Large Breeds and has had PetsMart puppy training. She pulls and is not properly trained on the leash. Verbal correction is used for discipline. She would be fine and think you are playing if you tried to take a food bowl or rawhide from her, as she has not shown any signs of aggression before. Maya can jump, is able to unlock certain gates to get out, and is chewing toys and furniture. Maya was due for vaccinations and heart worm prevention in October 2017. Maya is absolutely a stunning boxer. Aside from being overweight, by which her owners do state they give her table scraps, and being hyper, I think with an owner that can provide attention and a playful environment, Maya will win the hearts of family very soon. When surrounded by too many people, Maya tends to bark. Otherwise, no other known behaviors. She does have allergies. Occasionally Maya's face will get red. When this occurs, benadryl is given and this seems to work.

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BIN 18040BIN#: BIN 18040

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Norbert is a 2 year old neutered large fawn male with natural ears and a docked tail. He is being surrendered because his owners are worried about Norbert around the small child in the house, plus there's another baby on the way. She said they are afraid he will hurt the baby because he is so large and clumsy. They have had him since he was a puppy. Norbert was in a crate in the house when I went for my visit. The wife is a stay at home mom and she was the one I spoke to about him. I firmly believe that Norbert is kept in his crate most of the day no matter if someone is home or not. Norbert is in MUCH need of socialization. I feel so bad for him, he acts like a scared, caged animal. He barked most of the time we were there. I was told that he does not bark at the family and other people he is familiar with. There is an older Chihuahua mix at the house as well. He was in the backyard and I was told that he got along with his "brother" just fine, but I was not able to witness any interaction between the dogs because Norbert never left his crate. Per the owner, he is house trained and he is definitely crate trained. Not sure how he is with bathing, grooming, or nail trims. I was told that Norbert gets outside time in the backyard. I was not able to watch him play. The owners did not take him out of the crate while I was there. I saw no toys in the crate. Norbert eats Royal Canin, but will also eat fruits and vegetables. He has had no training at all. He tugs on a leash when walking. I believe they have not worked on any kind of discipline with Norbert. I asked if he displayed any food aggression with the other dog in the house. I also asked if they were fed separately. I was told that there wasn't any food aggression. Norbert would definitely need a patient foster home, one that can handle him and has experience with a dog that has not been socialized properly. A lot of patience! I am sure that he would be work, but he is such a good looking boy that needs someone to give him a chance. He is up to date on vaccinations and heart worm prevention per the owner. When I got to the house, Norbert was in his crate and started barking the minute I walked into the room. I sat beside the crate hoping to speak to him and feed him a few treats that I had brought. I was able to pet his nose thru the crate. He allowed me to do that a short time then snapped at me, biting my finger. I just feel that he did this out of fear and quite frankly, I should have taken a little bit more time with him not putting my hand in is crate. My fault! He ate my treats and after some time he calmed down just to lay there and look at me with his big brown eyes. When I asked if maybe they could take him out, they couldn't find a leash to put on him. My total eval was looking at him thru the bars. He is a larger, handsome boy. I feel Norbert barks at strangers out of fear. I asked how he behaves when he is out, like when he visits the vet. I was told that he seemed nervous and anxious around strangers or the other animals in the office. Since I evaluated this dog inside his crate, I was not able to really get my hands on him. His skin and coat looked healthy. He is a taller boxer with long legs. He looked to weigh around 75 pounds.

2nd Eval: Norbert is very protective of his family and owner is expecting a baby soon. He loves all family members (kids, men and women), but does not do well with any visitors or strangers of any age or gender. Owner no longer walks Norbert because he’s very strong and pulls on the leash to bark at and get at people on the street. He is allowed in the yard with his older 26 lb chi mix brother for exercise. Owner describes him as very laid back and friendly with them but on high alert when strangers are present. He barks, growls, lunges, etc. He can not have people food or he has diarrhea. He has had no official training but the owner trained him themselves. He does sit, shake, down, stay and come. He pulls hard when on the leas, is rude with strangers, and barks. Toddler niece can reportedly play with his food bowl and jowls with no problem. He doesn’t like to be left in the yard with a 6’ wood privacy fence. He will scratch and bite at doors or gates. He is very very protective of family. He cannot be handled by a stranger. I was not able to pet or touch him. He’s gorgeous and enormous and MAY be better away from his family, but has no social skills or coping skills beyond protection. There was a very negative energy coming from Norbert, but he is very food motivated!! He knows basic commands! Even at his most protective if nephew or owner tapped him, he’d soften his expression and look at them - no reflex aggression. When toddler came on the room, he started all over being protective. Owner said loud noises scare him and some men scare him.

Norbert will need a very experienced foster home and will need to work with Dr. F before we know if he is adoptable.



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BIN 18025BIN#: BIN 18025

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Chloe was adopted from the shelter!

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BIN 18047BIN#: BIN 18047

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Charlie was saved by another rescue!

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BIN 18001BIN#: BIN 18001

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Bobby has a foster home!

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BIN 17541BIN#: BIN 17541

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: I have a foster home!

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BIN 18016BIN#: BIN 18016

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Zara has a foster home!

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BIN 18011BIN#: BIN 18011

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Bo has a foster home!

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BIN 17548BIN#: BIN 17548

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Augie was saved by another rescue!

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BIN 18031BIN#: BIN 18031

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Kano has a foster home!

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BIN 18032BIN#: BIN 18032

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Rainey has a foster home!

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BIN 18012BIN#: BIN 18012

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Luke has a foster home!

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BIN 18030BIN#: BIN 18030

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Valda has a foster home!

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BIN 18045BIN#: BIN 18045

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Sally was saved by another rescue!

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BIN 18053BIN#: BIN 18053

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Sadie was saved by another rescue!

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BIN 18067BIN#: BIN 18067

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: I was saved by another rescue!

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BIN 17504BIN#: BIN 17504

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Zeus has a foster home!

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BIN 17545BIN#: BIN 17545

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: ​Demi has a foster home!

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BIN 17544BIN#: BIN 17544

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: ​Charlie has a foster home!

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BIN 18017BIN#: BIN 18017

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Buddy was adopted from the shelter!

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BIN 17534BIN#: BIN 17534

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: I have a foster home!

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BIN 18056BIN#: BIN 18056

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Hoss was adopted from the shelter!

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BIN 18023BIN#: BIN 18023

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Honey is being saved by another rescue!

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BIN 17540BIN#: BIN 17540

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Europe's owner rehomed him!

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BIN 17537BIN#: BIN 17537

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: I was saved by another rescue!

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BIN 18044BIN#: BIN 18044

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: May has a foster home!

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BIN 18069BIN#: BIN 18069

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Hope has a foster home!

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BIN 18041BIN#: BIN 18041

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Mary was saved by another rescue!

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BIN 17542BIN#: BIN 17542

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Nyla has a foster home!

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BIN 18033BIN#: BIN 18033

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: I have a foster home!

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BIN 18021BIN#: BIN 18021

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: I was pulled by another rescue!

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BIN 17543BIN#: BIN 17543

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: I am being saved by another rescue!

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BIN 17548BIN#: BIN 17548

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Augie's owner rehomed him!

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BIN 18035BIN#: BIN 18035

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Capone was saved by another rescue!

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BIN 18034BIN#: BIN 18034

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: My owner found me!

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BIN 18054BIN#: BIN 18054

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Coach was saved by another rescue!

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 18054 in your email please.
BIN 18036BIN#: BIN 18036

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Scout has a foster home!

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 18036 in your email please.
BIN 18009BIN#: BIN 18009

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: I have a foster home!

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 18009 in your email please.
BIN 18007BIN#: BIN 18007

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Diesel has a foster home!

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 18007 in your email please.
BIN 18043BIN#: BIN 18043

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Ed was saved by another rescue!

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 18043 in your email please.
BIN 18006BIN#: BIN 18006

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Sofie has a foster home!

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 18006 in your email please.
BIN 18026BIN#: BIN 18026

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: I am being adopted from the shelter!

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 18026 in your email please.
BIN 18042BIN#: BIN 18042

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Laila has a foster home!

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 18042 in your email please.
BIN 18039BIN#: BIN 18039

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Lilly has a foster home!

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 18039 in your email please.
BIN 18027BIN#: BIN 18027

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Chata is being saved by another rescue!

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 18027 in your email please.
BIN 17480BIN#: BIN 17480

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Hula Jane's owner has stopped communicating with us, so we are unable to help :(

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 17480 in your email please.
BIN 18013BIN#: BIN 18013

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Rocky has a foster home!

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 18013 in your email please.
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