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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!

Please note that in most cases, LBR has no other information about these boxers other than what's listed here.


There are also boxers in shelters that we do not have pictures of. We need all the help we can get at this point. If you are interested in fostering for us, please fill out our foster application by clicking here.
BIN 15287BIN#: BIN 15287

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Update 5/17: Her owners were going to put her in the shelter, but couldn't bring themselves to do it. She still needs placement ASAP. Stella is a beautiful approximately 60 pound spayed flashy fawn boxer girl with cropped ears and a docked tail. She is eight years old, but don't let her age fool you. This girl has spunk! She loves to run in the backyard, play with her ball and her frisbee. Once we went inside, she was a calm sweet boxer who just wanted to be petted. She does great and is super friendly with kids and adults. She knows sit and shake and walks well on a leash. She listens to commands and is disciplined using verbal correction. Stella is house trained and crate trained. She is left free to roam in the house when her family is away. She is boarded when her family goes out of town and does well. Stella is not groomed or bathed very often, but does well with the process when she is. She is not possessive with food or toys. She is up to date on her vaccinations. She tested heart worm negative in October 2014, but it is unknown if she is current on heart worm prevention. She has no lumps or bumps and no illnesses or injuries the owner is aware of. Stella has not had a lot of socialization with other dogs and can get protective around them. She might do well with slow intros. She absolutely loves kids. She is very gentle and not jumpy. Stella's family is moving and are reluctant to take her with them to their new home. With three children, they don't feel like they have much time for her. Are you the family that can give Stella the love and attention and confidence she deserves?

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 15287 in your email please.
BIN 15464BIN#: BIN 15464

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: ***Update 8/9: Jazz needs a home in the next couple of weeks, owner is moving and can not keep her any longer** Jazz is a 12 year old large spayed flashy brindle female with cropped ears and a docked tail. She is being surrendered because her owner and her husband are moving to Oklahoma, to an apartment, and no pets are permitted. He has already moved. She leaves Jazz with her daughter and goes up to Oklahoma on weekends. They took Jazz to her Vet because of the large tumor on her side and because she makes noises (groans, I guess) in her sleep. They thought that maybe it was time to put her down, but the Vet said no, "other than the tumor which does need removed and sent out for pathology, she is healthy. She makes noises because she is overweight." They cannot afford surgery, and since she is healthy otherwise, decided to pursue rescue for Jazz. Jazz free roams when no one is home. She does fine, except they she will sometimes get into the trash or steal a kleenex box and eat the box, not the tissues (this is more if she is mad at being left alone too long), doesn't happen often. Jazz is very sweet. Loves attention. Does not jump. If strangers are outside the house, she will bark. But when people come into the house she is sweet and the typical nosey boxer. She is good with kids. Jazz is left with the owner daughter on weekends, when she goes to Oklahoma. Daughter has 3 boys, ages 8-14, and at any given time there are 3-5 other boys in the house. Jazz is fine with them. They love on her. If they get too noisy, she'll get up and go in another room to get her rest. She is house trained and she is crate trained. They have not crated her in a long time, but she can be crated and does fine, once in. She balks a bit at going in, but is fine once inside. Jazz is 90-95 lbs. Owner's husband used to lift her into the tub for baths, but he is no longer able to do that, so Jazz does not get bathed. She goes to Vet for nail trims and does fine. Jazz really does not get exercise. For the past month or so, she has lived in a small duplex with the owner's mother, as the husband has already moved to Oklahoma to their apartment. The duplex is small and crowded. Not a lot of room for Jazz to move around. The yard is miniscule. Jazz goes out to potty and comes right back inside. There is mostly concrete patio and walk and just a snippet of lawn. When they did live in their home, Jazz had a Boston brother about 3-4 years in age, and the two would play and wrestle and get some exercise that way. Also, when they would walk Jazz, she does okay. Pulls just a bit on leash and walks in and around your feet making things difficult. She has great energy for a 12 year old. Very spry, it seems to me, for a dog her age. She used to enjoy playing with her Boston brother, who has gone one to live with a family on a farm. She is not possessive with toys. Jazz eats dry Pedigree. They trained Jazz themselves, when she was younger. She knew sit, lay down and shake. They've not kept up her training, so don't know if she still knows her commands. We did try to get her to sit, and she did not, but I believe it's because she has some arthritis in her back hips and it hurts to get down and up. Her leash walking behavior is okay, not super. She is disciplined using stern talking. Owner guesses it would not be a problem if someone tried to take a food bowl or rawhide from her. They never tried that. No behaviors that would appear to be an issue, Jazz seems like a lovely senior girl with plenty of life left in her. I would love to see her get a chance at a retirement home where she will know only love and good quality care. Owner did tell me that they used to breed her. All she needs is to have the tumor removed, get on some decent healthy kibble, lose some weight, start supplements for her hips and she'll be a great foster. She seems like a great candidate for our rare adopter who wants to give a senior girl a home. She is due for vaccinations in August. They have not given heart worm prevention, reasoning that she is indoor only. She a very sweet boxer who still seems full of life. Jazz paces and pants when there are thunderstorms. She will try to hide under table or under your feet. She doesn't destroy anything, just wants to be near you for safety. She has a very large tumor on right side. She also has that thing where the gums come up over her small teeth.

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 15464 in your email please.
BIN 14791BIN#: BIN 14791

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Delilah is a large sized spayed 3 year old beautiful fawn female Boxer with natural ears and docked tail. She is not deaf. Delilah was very excited to meet us and go outside. She did not jump on us and was excited to have her leash put on. She did great walking on a leash. There was not a lot of room, so she could not take off leash to let her run. She picked a toy from inside to bring out with her. She loves carrying around her stuffed toy with her. I think she'd be fine with kids and bigger dogs. Owner says she is good with other dogs, but not cats. She really loved the older boxer that was in the house with her. I would not put her with small dogs. I was holding a small puppy and I did not feel comfortable putting her down. She was very interested in what I was holding. The owner is surrendering her due to her living situation. She is moving into an apartment and cannot take her with her. Delilah has intestinal problems, potentially boxer colitis. Owner states she has many bowel movements a day. She did have one while we were there. It was loose stool. Owner states she will not have an accident in the house, but she has to be on a specific food and no treats or other food can be given. She is a very proportionate dog, even with her stomach issues. She has pretty white teeth and clean ears. She has 2 small spots behind the front of her legs, from either laying on concrete or in a cage. She seemed to be a very smart girl and would sit on command. I think she'd be easy to train. Heartworm status is negative. She is up to dates on all of her shots. Delilah was a super sweet little Boxer. She will make someone a wonderful companion if they can work with her on her stomach issues. Owner is very sad to be giving her up, but her apartment complex said no.

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 14791 in your email please.
BIN 15527BIN#: BIN 15527

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Blue is a small (about 40 pounds) 3 to 4 year old unaltered white male with natural ears and a docked tail. He is being surrendered because the owner has young children, including a newborn, and does not have the time or resources to properly care for Blue. It's important to note that this family are the 3rd owners of Blue. She told me that his first owners, a woman, gave him to her uncle because "he always had a lot of dogs around so it wasn't a big deal to have another one." Then her uncle moved, and Brittany agreed to take Blue because she had Boxers in the past and really liked him. He is kept inside the house, free to roam when they are home or away. When they are gone all day, he will sometimes have accidents in the house, but he is housebroken otherwise. He is energetic and enthusiastic when greeting all people. He is pretty wiggly and excitable at first, but settled down after a few minutes with me. Owner states that he loves the children in the home and sleeps with her 2-year-old son. Owner also stated that he likes to jump up on the children, frequently knocking over her 2-year-old son. Owner states that her mother, who lives in an adjacent house on the same property, has a Chihuahua, and the Chi is aggressive toward Blue, but Blue is bashful and purposefully avoids the Chi. She's not sure how he'd react to other animals, but she thinks he'd be fine because he is passive and submissive. He is house trained and not sure if he is crate trained, she has never had him in a crate but she states previous owner probably did crate him. Owner states that he likes to be brushed, and I observed that he enjoys being petted. Owner did say that he is shy about getting a bath--he will tolerate it but doesn't really seem to like it much. According to owner, he's never shown any sort of aggression ever. Owner does not know how he is with nail trims, she's never trimmed his nails. Owner lives on a large property and states that Blue has the run of the yard when he's outside. Owner also stated that he frequently goes on walks with the neighbors, walking up to a mile with them, but comes home when the walk is over. He is high energy and excitable, but he quickly calms and is pretty laid back most of the time. I observed him jumping up and kidney beaning. Owner states he plays well with the children, running and jumping, and occasionally knocks the children over, particularly the 2-year-old. He is not possessive with toys at all. The children frequently take toys from him and he's submissive. He eats dry food, usually Kibbles n Bits or Beneful Healthy Radiance. No formal training to her knowledge. She said Blue knows how to "sit" and "down" but he didn't do either for me when I had him on a leash outside. He pulled on leash but has obviously been on a leash before. Both verbal and light physical correction are used for discipline. Owner states she has swatted his behind or tapped him on the nose to correct him in addition to verbal correction. She states that he's completely unbothered when her children take food from his bowl or take his toys. She's not sure how he'd react if a stranger were to do the same, but she thinks he'd be okay with it because of his sweet, passive nature. Jumping on people and counter surfing for food are the two behaviors a foster home or adoptive home would need to be aware of. She thinks he may have slight separation anxiety because she notes that he "gets into things" when left unattended for long stretches of time. He is not up to date on vaccinations or heart worm prevention. As noted above, owner states that he has accidents when left in the house for a very long time, as there is no pet door. Owner states that he is more curious but may be slightly nervous with rainstorms, fireworks, and gunfire (they live in a remote/rural area). She states that he goes to the window to investigate when he hears loud noises outside. He has a Flea infestation with hair loss due to scratching. One small red spot under neck, probably due to scratching. No other lumps or bumps noted. Owner commented that he frequently vomits, but she thinks that is because he frequently gets into things that he shouldn't due to being left alone often. She commented that he gets into bread left on the counter, and she's pretty sure that he eats part of the plastic wrapper.

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 15527 in your email please.
BIN 15537BIN#: BIN 15537

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Ice is a 1 year old (DOB 3/31/2014) unaltered medium sized white female with natural ears and a docked tail. She is deaf. This sweet girl was never picked up from the boarding facility, and has been there since May of this year. Ice is kept in a large kennel at night, and is in a play area in the day time, similar to a small back yard in size, complete with swimming pool, which she will get her feet wet in, but that's about it. She has not been around kids, as the boarding facility does not allow children back with the dogs, but staff says she loves everyone she meets, and they love her as well, some of the staff came in today to see her, because they thought she was leaving with us. It is unknown if she is house trained, but doesn't potty in her night time kennel. She is always in some type of confined area, however it is a large kennel at the boarding facility. She does okay with nail trims, but is not a fan of getting a bath, staff says she will nip a little bit, as if to say "I'm done", but not in an aggressive way. She is exercised daily in her play area and also gets play time with the other dogs that are there for boarding, and get along well with the other dogs. She has typical young boxer play style, and then seems to mellow out after play time, but she does like to jump when playing. She is not possessive with toys. She currently eats Pro Pac, grain free salmon and she seems to do better with the fish for her skin issues. The only training she is getting is at the boarding facility, and they are teaching her sign language, as she is deaf. She knows sit and they are working on down. She walks well on a leash, especially for being so young. Staff says she really has not needed any discipline since she has been there. She is not bothered by anyone taking toys or food away from her. She will jump when she is in play mode, but she does give the most gentle hugs and just likes to be loved on and give kisses when she's not playing. She does bark after being put back in her crate until you are out of sight. She is current on vaccines and due for CIV in September. She is not on heart worm prevention and has not been checked for heart worms. This girl needs to get out of boarding and be in a loving home, staff says she has lost weight since she's been there, and she needs a home. She did have a potential home, but the resident dog did not like her, so she was returned, but there was a cat in the home and Ice got along fine with it. Maybe a home with older kids, since it really is unknown how she is with kids, and since she has the typical boxer play style and does like to jump when playing, she could knock over little ones. It is really hard to get a good assessment on this girl being that she is not in a typical environment, but she did seem to be one of the most loving and gentle dogs for her age that I've ever met, it was very hard to leave her. She is very young and deserves a home that will love her and not leave her. Nothing seems to bother this girl, however she has been at the kennel for over 3 months so she really hasn't been exposed to normal lifestyle. yes. She has some skin issues, redness, and is currently being treated with probiotics mixed in with her food, and she is also being treated with Septiderm spray.



Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 15537 in your email please.
BIN 15172BIN#: BIN 15172

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Raina is a 5 to 7 year old spayed medium sized flashy fawn female with natural ears and a docked tail. Raina was found abandoned on the side of the road after having puppies. She was extremely emaciated at less than 30lbs and suffering from a bad case of mange, surrendering Family took her in and has nursed her back to health. She now weighs 56lbs, looks to be in excellent condition, up to date and current on all vaccines with a 3 year rabies given on 03/17/15, and was tested for HW's on 02/27/15, results were Negative. She's been on HWP and is up to date. Raina is given Trifexus once a month. Raina is crate trained, but is left to roam the house. She is no threat to anyone, a perfect angel! A very small child resides in the home as well as another large Boxer. Everyone got along great and the animals were so well behaved. They also have a cat. Animals loved everyone. ...:) Very friendly. She is house trained. She does very well for bathing and grooming, you have to lift into bath. She is good for nail trims. She gets exercise through frequent walks, does very well on leash! Super friendly. She has medium energy, has the face of an elderly dog, but a body of a young healthy muscular Boxer. In excellent shape. Beautiful! She is not possessive with toys. She currently eats Pedigree small chunks. She knows sit and shake hands. No professional training they know of. Her leash walking is good. This Boxer is very obedient. Verbal correction is only discipline used. Very sweet and gentle. She would have no reaction if someone tried to take her food bowl or a rawhide. Owner has friends with animals that visit, no reaction. Once another dog was mean, and Raina defended herself, but doesn't cause trouble at all, tends to her own business. No issues that a foster home or adoptive home would need to know about. Great little girl! Things that make her act differently than normal are loud unexpected noise, (if something drops) but is only startled for a short time. She is currently being treated for a small bladder infection, nothing serious. This Boxer looks fabulous!

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 15172 in your email please.
BIN 15404BIN#: BIN 15404

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Johnnie is a small sized 7 to 9 year old neutered fawn male Boxer with natural ears and docked tail. The owners are wanting to surrender him because they cannot afford heartworm prevention. They rescued him from a shelter and did not know he was HW+ and want him to get the help he needs. He stays inside their home. He is great with adults and kids. He is house trained. I do not know if he is crate trained. He does not like being bathed but will allow it. Not sure how he is with nail trims. He get exercise out in the yard for 30 minutes. He is low energy. He is not toy possessive and loves other dogs. He eats dry all natural food. He knows sit, stay and off. He has never been walked on a leash so they do not know how he would be on one. Only verbal discipline is used. No reaction to items being taken away. He has a rabies vaccination in November of 2014 and is not on HWP. He is very easy going ,loving sweet dog. Sat by me for as long as I petted him. Vet's and groomers seem to bother him.

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 15404 in your email please.
BIN 15462BIN#: BIN 15462

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Lola is a 3 year old small spayed flashy Brindle female with natural ears and a docked tail. She is a bit overweight. The owner and her then boyfriend (now husband of 2 years) bought female boxer litter mates. She raised one and her husband raised Lola. Lola was crated and not socialized as well as her sister. They think Lola needs more attention that she gets at their home. She and her litter mate sister get along well and even sat in the same chair when I was there with no issues. The owner stated they have gotten into a few squabbles in the past but nothing of major concern. Lola lives with an inside cat and they have an "understanding." She is kept inside free to roam house and only crated at night. She gets along well with all adults, children and infants. She is dog, cat, and stranger friendly. Lola is house trained. The owner does not know how she does with grooming, bathing or nail trims. She is very easy going and will raise up for attention but is not jumpy. She barks at the door bell but does not rush the door when its opened. Lola is not possessive of her toys. She has also been to training and knows sit, down and shake. She could use a refresher course. The owner states that she is good on the leash and does not pull. They currently use verbal correction as a means of discipline. She is not aggressive. Lola is up to date on her heart worm preventative and was vetted in June 2015. Lola is allowed on furniture. She also likes to swim with people and will relax on a pool float. Lola does not care for car rides.

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 15462 in your email please.
BIN 15261BIN#: BIN 15261

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Petunia is a 5 year old unaltered fawn female with cropped ears and a docked tail. She is dainty and small. The owners hit hard financial times and lost their house with a yard. They now live in an apartment. They also have another baby on the way and don't have the time to exercise and train and play with Petunia. When the owner is home Petunia can run free in the house. At bedtime she is put in the bathroom with either a baby gate or the door shut. At the old house she was out in the yard during the day and in the bathroom at night. She is not crate trained and has never been. When they are gone she is gated in the bathroom. This boxer has an 18 month old toddler in the house who was poking and pulling and hugging and playing rough with her. She was extremely gentle and patient with him. She is good with kids, was good with me as a stranger, but is not good with other animals, especially dogs. Petunia is house trained, she potties outside but occasionally after doing her business outside, will come inside and pee in the corner. Petunia likes her baths and water. She was easy to handle and did not mind me putting my hands all over her, although she did not sit still, she wasn't bothered by it. It is unknown how she does for nail trims. She does not get exercise at all right now. She gets taken out to do her business and then comes back in. Petunia, also called Tudie...is a very very energetic boxer. She didn't sit still the entire time I was there. She ran from person to person, to the window and let the child play with her. She has pent up energy from not being able to exercise. She did jump up some and enjoyed being petted and gave a few kisses. Petunia is possessive with her toys, she is NOT dog friendly. She doesn't mind sharing her toys with humans but meeting dogs has not been successful. She eats inexpensive dry dog food. She does not have training. She attended a few classes at Petsmart but was aggressive with the other dogs. She pulls on the leash when walking and reacts to dogs. The owner does not really have to discipline her, when she does, she uses time outs. Petunia is not food aggressive with humans. You can take her food or toys without bothering her. She jumps on people, does have separation anxiety, is dog aggressive and has an overly high amount of energy due to lack of exercise and mental stimulation. She is not up to date on vaccinations. Early 2013 was her last vet visit and vaccinations. She is not up to date on heart worm prevention, was last tested for heart worms in early 2013 and has not had prevention since then. Petunia was a sweet girl, who like all boxers need a lot of attention and exercise. She needs basic training and doesn't follow commands very well at all. She was amazingly patient with the little boy.... and would do good with kids, but NO OTHER DOGS and need someone willing to exercise and work with her. She does not like thunderstorms or fire works. She does great on boat and car rides. No known illnesses or injuries.



Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 15261 in your email please.
BIN 15423BIN#: BIN 15423

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Roxie is a 7 year old average sized white spayed female with natural ears and a docked tail. She is surrendered because she does not get along with other dogs. The previous owner had an order dog that Roxie did not get along with. Roxie is kept in the house free to roam when the owner is home or away. She is an excellent dog for a house with no other pets or small children. She does well with small children but constantly wants to lick them in the face which scares some kids. She is very friendly with ALL people. Owner would very much like to keep her in her home until a new home is found. Roxie is house trained and crate trained for up to 6-8 hours in a wire crate. Roxie behaves well for nail trims, bathing and grooming. Roxie walks and runs with owner daily (weather permitting), has a big yard to run and play in. Roxie is partially energetic. Bouncy typical boxer but she easily calms down (mature). She doesn't have a play style but prefers to play fetch. Roxie is not possessive with toys. She currently eats Merrick salmon and sweet potato. Roxie was trained using Petsmart training. Roxie walks well on a leash. Roxie is disciplined using positive reinforcement. If a rawhide or toy is ever taken away from Roxie, she will not react aggressively; however, she will growl. The behavior that Roxie has that may be considered an issue is that she is very dominant. She is possessive over people and food towards dogs only. Roxie has a tendency to be jealous when attention is provided any other dog. UTD on vaccines as of APRIL 2015. UTD on HW prevention. She needs to be placed in a home with no other dogs or a foster home that understands that they need to be separated - no exceptions. Attempted to socialize from young age and one day she started being dominant. Increasingly getting more dominant as time went on. No known illnesses or injuries.

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 15423 in your email please.
BIN 15376BIN#: BIN 15376

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Heidi is a 7 year old spayed small brindle female with natural ears and a docked tail. She weighs about 50 pounds. This is a very sad situation. Heidi was sleeping and their 22 month old son went over to pet his Heidi, he leaned over and landed with his 2 hands on her, which startled her and she bit him in his face; there was 1 small puncture near the top of his nose. It wasn't an aggressive attack; more of a reaction from being woken up unexpectedly. He's fine now. However, it's not something worth risking so they'd like to find her a good home without young children to be safe. She is kept inside always. When they're home she's free to roam the house, she's not allowed on the couch but she would love it if she could. She does enjoy getting in bed with Mom and Dad, and snuggling under the covers. She is fully crate trained, she has a nice comfy bed. She can handle a full work day. Heidi is so well behaved and very welcoming, no jumping or licking. She seems to like all people and until recently was great with their son. Her new home should not have young children. She is house and crate trained (in a wire crate). Heidi hasn't ever gone to a groomer for a hair cut, but she is good for a bath. The owner usually bathes her outside with the hose so she can shake water everywhere without making a huge mess. She also puts Heidi in the tub in the winter, though so she's used to both. She's also good for nail trims. The owner gets her to lay down on her side and trims them without anyone else helping hold her. It does make her nervous getting her nails trimmed but she'll stay there and let you do it if you reassure her. She doesn't like having her ears flushed (who does?!) but she'll let her owner do it without having to have another person help hold her. She doesn't get nervous at the vet and just acts happy to meet new people so the owner thinks she'd do great with a groomer. She gets walks with it's not too hot and lives with another dog; they can play inside or in the back yard for short periods of time. She's calm, she would love to snuggle. Likes to play a little but is a gentle girl. She is also cat friendly. She is not possessive with toys. This girl loves to eat so should not be free fed. She eats Hills Science Diet Healthy Mobility. She knows the basics on training. Heidi pulls a little but can be easily corrected when leash walking. She is disciplined using verbal correction. She would be fine with someone taking a rawhide or food bowl from her, she is not possessive of her things. She's a great girl; just can't be placed with young children. She is up to date on vaccinations and heart worm prevention. Heidi is a beautiful, petite girl, healthy weight, great nails, ears and teeth. Her Mom is a Vet so she's very well taken care of. She has always been in their family; they took over her care 4 years ago from a deceased family member. She would be perfect for any home without young children, perfect for a 1st time boxer owner as she's very calm. She lives with a large poodle, owner feels she does well with most dogs with proper intro's. There is a new boston terrior on the other side of their fence that try's to bark at her and she does very well just sniffing the fence. Easily called away. You would never know Heidi is 7, hardly any gray and just overall looks young! She only barks on occasion and when she does, it's very soft so she would be fine in an apartment. I can't express enough how sweet this girl is and gentle! She just wants to be pet, snuggle and eat! A very happy girl! No, she seems very well-balanced; just had the 1 incident with their toddler son when he woke her unexpectedly. She has a mild case of laryngeal paralysis, so she can't do strenuous exercise or she has trouble breathing. She can't go on long walks when it's hot outside. She's totally okay with all of this, she would love to be a couch potato and enjoy lounging around the house. Heidi also has a slight head tilt, doesn't seem to bother her but you can see why she might startle from a touch she's not expecting. Her bark was also affected by this; she has a very raspy quiet bark.



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BIN 15524BIN#: BIN 15524

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: I was saved by another rescue!!!

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BIN 15522BIN#: BIN 15522

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Eddy has a foster home!!!

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BIN 15455BIN#: BIN 15455

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: I have a foster home!!!

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BIN 15521BIN#: BIN 15521

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: I was saved by another rescue!!!

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BIN 15525BIN#: BIN 15525

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: I was saved by another rescue!!!

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