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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 15048BIN#: BIN 15048

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: ***URGENT DUE TO SPACE***

This boy is adorable! He is about 3-4 years old and needs a neuter. He was found as a stray, but I don't think he was on the streets very long. He has not messed in his kennel and immediately went potty when we went outside so I believe he may be house trained. I think he was someone's baby because he knew exactly what the leash was and immediately sat when he saw it. He also knows how to play fetch and does pretty good on the leash. He did not respond when I asked him to sit, but he may have been too excited to have been outside. He let me touch him all over and look in his ears. He does not have any lumps or bumps. He is not jumpy so I do think he will be fine with kids. He is a beautiful boy with natural ears and a natural tail. He is a very happy, good-natured boy that did not react to the barking, lunging dogs so he may be dog friendly. This boy is absolutely beautiful and so sweet. I do think he will be an easy foster. I do hope we can help him as the shelter is full.

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 15048 in your email please.

BIN 15051BIN#: BIN 15051

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: This is a 1 to 3 year old medium sized unaltered brindle female with natural ears (that work) and docked tail. She was very reserved, didn't get very interested until I got the treats. She was very calm and didn't jump or anything. When I gave her treats she gobbled them and tried with my hand. I would say children over 5 because she was in pain at the eval. The shelter staff said she was good with other dogs. She lives with BINs 15050 and 15054 and didn't have any problems. They are both females. I'm guessing she is the baby of the three and the other two were protective over her. She didn't show any commands. I was not able to test on a leash. Not able to cat test. She is sooo skinny, needs lots of groceries. She had scrapes and scratches and her elbows were rough from being an outside dog. Her nipples were dangling so I'm guessing she has had a littler before. Heartworm status unknown. She needs medical attention and won't receive it until Tuesday due to pending litigation involving her status. The animal shelter said they will keep us updated on the process and what the vet says.

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 15051 in your email please.
BIN 15054BIN#: BIN 15054

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: This is a 2 to 4 year old unaltered medium sized brindle female with natural ears and a docked tail. She is not deaf. She was in lots of pain, she wasn't really interested in attention until I got the gold fish out. She didn't stand for long and she was more reserved however when you touched her and rub on her she didn't care. I would say kids over 5. She lives with bin 15050 and 15051. I feel like she is the mommy of the two and they seemed more reserved of her. She didn't show any commands. Cat test unavailable. She is in heat per the shelter. Her nipples are very large and maybe even full. Her belly was hard. I'm going take a guess and say she may even be pregnant. Her right front leg is so swollen and bowed, maybe she got hit by a car. She was in lots of pain and won't see a vet until Tuesday. She is in bad shape and needs help and is hurting. She had scrapes and scratches all over her. I'm guess she also got into a fight because she had marks on her face.

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 15054 in your email please.
BIN 15050BIN#: BIN 15050

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: This is a 1 to 3 year old unaltered medium sized flashy brindle female with natural ears and a natural tail. She is not deaf. She was very friendly, attention hog, didn't show any food aggression or anything. She didn't jump but was curious of the surroundings and in obvious pain and unsure. However she was very friendly with the two other females in the kennel area. I would say children over 8 that way they have an understanding, she didn't show any aggression however just to be safe. She is with the two others bin 15051, 15054, its obvious that they are friendly together and have been awhile for a while. The shelter staff says that she is protective over 15051 and so is 15054. She didn't show any commands and a leash test was not able to be done. Cat test was unavailable, but she heard a cat crying and perked her ears up. She is not spayed, her nipples are dangling, guessing she has had a litter before. She has not been seen by the shelter vet and won't be seen till Tuesday. She has lots of scarps all over and little cuts. Her elbows were rough so guessing an outside dog? She did have cuts all over her face and ears guessing she got into a fight with a dog at some point.

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 15050 in your email please.
BIN 15055BIN#: BIN 15055

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: This boy is gorgeous. He is a beautiful black boxer with a red hue in need of a neuter. He is a big boy and very sweet. He does not have any lumps or bumps and appears to be very healthy. He did not react to any of the barking and lunging dogs and was found with a black female boxer so he appears to be dog friendly. The two were very happy to see each other and to play together in the yard. Once they knew that we were friendly, they couldn't get enough hugs. They were starved for attention and leaned into us for love. They both gave hugs and sweet kisses. They didn't appear to know any commands, but they seemed very eager to please. They are both a little jumpy so small children may get knocked over, but they should be fine with dog savvy littles or older children. They both let me touch them all over and look in their ears. He is about 2-3 years old and I imagine will be very popular given his coloring.

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 15055 in your email please.
BIN 15032BIN#: BIN 15032

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: *Update 1/25: Alfie is on a trial adoption for a few days with an adopter. If it doesn't work, he will still be in need, but for now he is safe.* Alfie is a 3-5 year old unaltered, medium size male with natural ears and a docked tail. He is not deaf. Alfie is one happy boxer! He was brought out to me by a shelter volunteer, and once he saw me, he started bouncing up and down! He calmed down once I started to pet on him, he was happy for the attention, and looked around at his surroundings. If I stopped petting him, he immediately turned his head around to look at me as if to say "why'd you stop? Alfie does jump some in excitement, so no small children. Alfie was approached by another male dog, and they initially seemed to get along fine. The other dog then started barking at Alfie, but Alfie did not react to this dog. Another dog visited when leaving the kennel area, and Alfie did react to the different male dog quite strongly. All the male dogs in these instances have not been neutered. I did not test him with any female dogs. Alfie was taken on a long walk and he pulls at the leash, but does take correction well. He did not react to the commands, sit, down or stay. I did not evaluate Alfie with any shelter cats. Heart worm status is unknown. Alfie looks to have been on his own awhile, as he came into the shelter underweight, missing hair on the end of his tail and has another rubbed spot on his left rear end area. He has a couple of old scarred areas on both ears. When he came to the shelter, he also had a few spots that looked like possible bite marks on his face. I did not see or feel any unusual lumps or bumps. His coat is a little dull and he has dry skin that is flaking some. Alfie was picked up as a stray, and initial evaluation showed him to be quite underweight. His ribs, pelvic bones and backbone were all clearly visible. In the few days he has been in the shelter, he has gained a little weight and his appetite is good. He is so grateful for any attention given to him, and will almost curl his body around your legs to keep you close. He does jump, but I feel that could be easily corrected.

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 15032 in your email please.
BIN 15058BIN#: BIN 15058

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: This girl was very shy and unsure until she saw her friend. She appears to be very submissive and was very scared to walk down the hallway with the barking, lunging dogs. It took a lot of coaxing and her friend to get her outside. Once outside, she warmed up quickly and was all nub wags. She and her friend had a blast running and playing together in the yard. Once they knew that we were friendly, they couldn't get enough hugs. They were starved for attention and leaned into us for love. They both gave hugs and sweet kisses. They didn't appear to know any commands, but they seemed very eager to please. They are both a little jumpy so small children may get knocked over, but they should be fine with dog savvy littles or older children. They both let me touch them all over and look in their ears. She is about 4-5 years old and sweet as can be. I believe she will be popular given her coloring, her size (she is petite) and her sweet demeanor.

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 15058 in your email please.
BIN15057BIN#: BIN15057

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: *Update 1/26: tag has been sent to shelter, waiting on confirmation.* This is a large sized 1 year old flashy brindle unaltered male Boxer with natural ears (that work) and a natural tail. This sweet boy was a little timid due to his surroundings but he gave me kisses on the nose and had a wagging tail every time someone walked by! He took a hot dog from a shelter employee nicely but managed to spit the pill out. :) Sneaky sneaky! He was calm and quiet. I think he would be okay with all children. He didn't jump on me or anyone that walked by. He was nonreactive to the dogs in his area. He didn't lunge at them or show much interest. He was fine on his leash and didn't pull until they tried to put him back in his kennel. He didn't seem to know any commands when we tried to get him to sit. Cat status is unknown due to no cat test. HW status is unknown. He has several open wounds from a dog fight that occurred before he was picked up as a stray. They are on his neck, hindquarters and side as well as scars. He is severely underweight. He weighed 62 lbs and his ribs and other bones are showing. He's an absolute sweetheart and gave kisses and tail wags! This baby will go fast once he heals and finds his spirit again!

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN15057 in your email please.
BIN 15052BIN#: BIN 15052

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: *Update 1/26: Tag has been sent to the shelter, waiting confirmation.* This is a 1 to 2 year old small flahsy brindle female with natural ears and a natural tail. She is not deaf. This tiny beautiful pup has not had a beautiful life. It is evident that someone has been unkind to her and she cowers down when your hand approaches her head. For most of the eval, her tail stayed tucked firmly under her, and she was hesitant to interact until presented with treats. She is very skittish and scared in the shelter environment. She did eventually warm up a little for some lovin' and tiny tail wags. She is precious and very gentle. After exploring the office for treats, she was content to sit in the lap of the ACO and didn't try to jump down or climb all over the ACO. Given her size, I think she would be fine with any child larger than an infant. She did not jump up for attention or display any behavior that suggest otherwise. She has been too scared since arrival in shelter and was carried to quiet space for eval'ing so unknown at this point how she is with other dogs. Little One does know how to sit, and does this well especially for treats. We could not get her to perform other commands as she was only interested in finding a little more food. She was more interested in food down at the bottom of a cat cage but when she finally noticed the 3 cats inside, she gave a low growl but redirected her attention quickly. Not sure if she was scared of them or more interested in their food as she kept pawing thru the cage wire to try to pull bowl closer but after redirection and treats, she ignored the cats altogether. She really, really needs to put some weight on, all her ribs and hip ones are visible and protruding . Maybe 30-35 lbs? Age is estimated as her teeth are yellow, whether from stains or plaque, I'm not sure. ACO did not think she was still a puppy but her coat is a little dull and some shedding. She may have had a litter previously as some of her nipples are a little pronounced. Eyes were clear but lifeless as if someone has pulled the shades down on her soul. No lumps or bumps noted other than a tiny bb size bump under a ear. The ACO did pull a tick off but she is not covered in them. No open cuts or wounds and heart worm status is unknown. Other than being malnourished, she is a beautiful dog who needs to find her boxer spirit. This tiny female was found on a isolated country road and brought in as a stray to FULL RURAL shelter. She is on hold until 1/29 and will be urgent at that time. Unless it is determined that she is still a puppy, she is the size of a "micro" pocket boxer (if there is such a term). Weighing somewhere around 30lbs, she is scared of anything bigger than her shadow and literally had to be carried to eval room. She was very shy and cowered with her tail tucked during first part of eval but warmed up once she was given treats. Did I mention, she is tiny? She is going to be SO beautiful when she is healthy that anyone fostering her should call her "Whoosh" and stand back, 'cause she's going to be adopted THAT fast! All she needs is someone to love her and open the window to her soul again so she finds her princess spirit. Her carriage is standing by for her freedom ride to foster parents who will put the twinkle back in her eye...say the word and we roll!



Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 15052 in your email please.
BIN 14792BIN#: BIN 14792

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: ***Update 1/8: Owner has found a friend to keep her for a couple of weeks, she still needs a foster home ASAP*** Bailey is a 9.5 year old spayed medium sized fawn female with cropped ears and a docked tail. She is being surrendered due to her owner having a new job, which does not leave enough time for Bailey. She is free to roam when owner is home. Crated while away. Bailey was good with strangers. I think she would be okay with kids. She wasn't interested in the other dog in the house. She is house and crate trained. She can be crated up to 8 hours. Bailey is good with bathing and nail trims. She gets exercise by going on walks, owner does not have back yard. She is very calm and relaxed, but was very happy when I was loving on her! Unsure if she is possessive with toys. She currently eats dry food. She sat on command but that was it. Good on leash. She is disciplined using verbal correction. Bailey is a little possessive of food, not toys. No behaviors that would be considered an issue. Bailey would be a great dog for anyone! Bailey is up to date on all vaccinations except Bordatella and is not current on heart worm prevention. She is very sweet and needs a stable environment! No anxieties.She had a lump removed from her back in November 2014, no other medical issues.

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 14792 in your email please.
BIN14683BIN#: BIN14683

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: ***Update 1/18: Owner still has her and still needs placement.*** Tyr is an 8 year old medium sized (but overweight) flashy fawn spayed female with natural ears and docked tail. Her owners are surrendering her due to moving and financial hardships. She is kept in a building near the residence. She is calm, low key and gentle so I believe she will be fine with kids. The owner says she is fine with adults and kids. She is house trained. She is not crate trained. Not sure how she does with grooming. She does need to be groomed and needs a nail trim. For exercise she gets four walks a day and plays daily with a large mixed breed fur cousin that lives in the same building with her. She plays well. This dog acts 8 to 10 years of age in demeanor. She has no gray and is beautiful. Not toy possessive. Very gently and unfazed by anything. She eats dry food and gets treats. She is very treat motivated. She was trained at home. She is very well trained. (sit, down) She knows a couple of more complex commands. She sits like a person with her dad. She is excellent on a leash. She is disciplined verbally if needed or the behavior is ignored. She is gentle if you take anything of high value away from her according to the family. She is a mellow dog who gently and briefly barks at any passerby. No other behavior merits mention. She did not want to be more than an inch from her dad and grand dad while I was there and although I received a few Boxer kisses, she cuddled with her owners the whole time. She might struggle with being separated from them. The bond is obvious. She has not seen a vet in years. Everyone cried the whole time I was there, especially the 90 year old completely coherent and ambulatory grandpa.

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN14683 in your email please.
BIN 15040BIN#: BIN 15040

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Royce is a 2 and 1/2 year old average sized neutered fawn male Boxer with natural ears and docked tail. His owners have experienced an alleged biting of a vet tech incident (they've been given two different stories about it) and one where Royce has pawed at their 8 month old little girl. As a result, they have done some additional training with him, but still feel it's best to find a new home for him as they don't want to see anything bad happen with their child. He is house and crate trained. He is kept inside in a crate when owners are away, out of the crate when they are home. Royce is a sweet dog and was great around me. He was wiggle nub and kisses. I think he'd be fine around larger kids as he wants to be able to play and smaller kids would just be too small for that. He is fine with baths,grooming and nail trims. Royce plays in the backyard and is occasionally walked in the neighborhood. Royce has a good amount of energy, as expected. He wants to play and wants to be with his people. He likes to play with typical roughness. He eats dry kibble and is fed twice per day with the food left in bowl for grazing if not finished, but he usually finishes at each meal. Did not get brand name. Royce has basic training and can sit, shake, lay down. They've done a bit more training in the last month related to attention seeking and the reported biting incident. They react to discipline matters with verbal correction, or ignore the behavior or redirect his actions. He does not show food or toy aggression. He was perfect with me - excited, energetic, wanted attention, calmed down within 5 minutes of me being in the house. He is not UTD on vaccinations and is not on HWP. Royce is a sweet dog who is very energetic and exhibits typical Boxer behaviors of wanting attention from his people. He likes to run the fence with the dog next door and lives with a small, "old man" Yorkie without issue. He loves to go in the pool, too. Royce is a cuddler and is good in his crate when the family is gone. I think he'd been a great addition to a family with older children as he likes to play and smaller children could be an issue as the family feels he wants to play with their 8 month old and pawed her in the face once. The reported biting incident is the first experience of trouble they've ever had with Royce, otherwise no behavioral issues reported.

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 15040 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 15003BIN#: BIN 15003

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Sassy is a 4 year old small to average sized flashy fawn spayed female with natural ears and a natural tail. Sassy lives with 3 other female dogs and has an issue with one of them, Penny. Penny is an older lab that has lots of insecurities and other issues. She's the weak member of the pack and the owners and vet agree that Sassy is attacking her because she feels she needs to remove her from the pack. Sassy loves the other 3 dogs and visiting dogs. However, due to her most recent attack on Penny, they'd like her forever home to be as an only pet. Even after all of this, they adore Sassy and continue to love her. She is kept inside when owners are away, but she's not home alone much as Mom stays home. Fantastic with family members, visitors, strangers and new animals. She has not been around kids since they've had her. My suggestion would be 10 and up due to Sassy's excitable energy. She likes to throw her weight around ;) She is house trained, it is unknown if she is crate trained. Sassy does fine for bathing and grooming, baths aren't her favorite but she'll tolerate. She goes on 6 mile walks on a regular basis so nail trims aren't needed. Her nails stay perfect from the walks. She gets exercise by 6 mile walks on a regular basis, play time in the massive back yard with her favorite big lab. I'd say on the higher energy side, typical young boxer play style, loves to box, run, and 'talk'. LOVES to do some good boxer burns in the back yard. She's very friendly, and excited when she plays. She calms quickly once she gets her energy out. Once she's calm, she likes to snuggle in her dog bed or on the couch. She sits proudly and waits for pets! She can be possessive with raw hides and/or bones. She currently eats low fat food. The owners work with her at home as far as training, she just listens to them and follows direction. She's very attentive. Knew sit and down. Her leash walking behavior could use some work. She is disciplined using verbal correction and a compressed air can near her (NOT in her face). It works perfectly for her. Her owner took away her bone and she was completely fine. She's okay with the other dogs being around her with special toys/bones, except for Penny, she will NOT share with her. She barks when needed; someone coming to the door. Or when she's playing outside. She does jump up on people when she's excited so that would need a little work. She's not destructive. She is up to date on vaccinations and heart worm prevention. Sassy is incredibly sweet, very welcoming and friendly. She's on the smaller to average size; around 55lbs of solid muscle. She's in a very loving home and has been spoiled rotten for the last 2 years of her life. Her family loves her dearly. It would be best for her to be rehomed asap due to the issue's with the lab Penny. It's unsafe and unfair and extremely stressful for the entire family. Rescue is truly the best and maybe only option for Sassy. She would do great in a foster home that has the capabilities to separate if needed and willing to find her a home where she could be the only dog. After proper intros she might be just fine in a foster home with a well balanced pack. She's a beautiful girl with gorgeous eyes and just wants to be loved. If she feels she's in trouble she will tuck her tail and cower a bit. She has been through a lot recently and is nervous. You can tell she doesn't like to disappoint her owners. She recently started taking antacids for pancreatitis and is on a low fat diet. She is managing very well with her new routine. Otherwise she's a healthy girl!



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BIN 15036BIN#: BIN 15036

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Missy is a 6ish year old spayed large sized fawn female with natural ears and a docked tail. The owner took in Missy after her original owner passed away. She has a lot on her plate right now and can not give Missy the attention and training she deserves. Owner states Missy has some aggression toward other dogs. She has 3 other dogs currently. She stays inside, crated when owner is away. She is a very loving girl who is full of boxer energy. She welcomed me into the home with wiggle butts all around. She lives with Mom, Dad, 2 year old, and Mom's mom. She can be a little protective of the 2 year old. She is house and crate trained, though she is hardly ever crated because someone is usually home all the time. She is fine for bathing and grooming, let me handle her paws with no problems. She is calm for nail trims. Exercise is performed in the yard, and she also LOVES chasing a tennis ball. Pretty even energy level. She loved and was excited to chase the tennis ball, but was just as happy plopping down in my lap. No aggression with toys towards humans, but was not able to test other dogs. She is fed Blue Buffalo dry food due to sensitive tummy. Missy can sit, lay down. She was taught by owners. Walks well on leash. She is disciplined using verbal correction. No reaction if someone took her food bowl or rawhide. Behavior a foster or adoptive home would need to be aware of is possible aggression towards other dogs. She is up to date on vaccinations and heart worm prevention. Possible separation is a possibility with Missy due to aggression towards other dogs. She is a very classic looking fawn boxer. She reminds me of my families first boxer growing up. She listens very well and just likes to be around her people. When the grandma gets home after dialysis Missy stays by her side till she feels better. Very caring boxer baby. She is possibly cat friendly also. Owner has outside cat who Missy just ignores, not sure how she would react to a cat that runs away though. Her current family took her in when her previous owner passed away. Her current owner is having some family issues and can longer care for her as she needs. Missy just needs a stable home where she could be queen of the castle. Will you be her stepping stone to her kingdom? Only issues is possible aggression towards other dogs, I was not able to test this. She may have sensitive tummy at times. No other injuries or illnesses.​

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BIN 15027BIN#: BIN 15027

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Diesel is a 1.5 year old neutered large fawn male with natural ears and a docked tail. He is being surrendered because his family understands the dog needs lots more time play and exercise but are unable and unwilling to provide what he needs. When owners are away, he has free access inside no problem. Large yard but he prefers indoors, I witnessed this. Sweet extremely loving high energy soooo excited to see a visitor, me. Kind to strangers but jumpy and needing lots of attention, all positive. Very cuddly and Kissy. Parent reported Diesel is great with kids and was friendly to housemate, a six year old small dog. Dog is so large small children not ideal. Cats are a NO. Watchdog behavior to neighboring yards with lawn caretakers. Parents say that's typical when workmen come to house. He is house trained and not crate trained. He dislikes baths but looked well groomed. Owner said its a struggle though. He dislikes nail trims but allows, nicely trimmed today. He gets exercise in the yard with housemate. Desperately needs exercise reports owner. High energy, still very puppy like. Play style more interested in the human interaction. Played less with other dog, not socialized much with other dogs. Diesel is not possessive with his toys. He currently eats Beneful, owner says about three cups twice a day. Owner said he knows sit, taught by owner, but too happy and excited. So large would need training. Very happy and eager to please. But so big hard to handle without training. Poor leash walking skills, no experience or training on leash. Owner reported some verbal correction. She seemed kindly to him, not strict at all, as she admitted. Owner does not know how he would react to someone taking his food bowl or rawhide. Only behavior an adopter or foster home would need to be aware of is some neediness and jumping. Honestly seemed starved for attention which owner admitted. He is current on vaccinations, but is not on heart worm prevention. This dog is stunning, fun, funny, desperate for love! He is big! 85 lbs per owner. Shiny coat seems bright and alert! Extremely lively, playful high energy! Extremely adoptable! Needs manners and a FRIEND! Things that make him worried or act differently than normal are workmen and change in general. Guests are great but she said almost impossible having lawn or construction workers in house. He has no illnesses or injuries that the owner is aware of.

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 15027 in your email please.
BIN 15049BIN#: BIN 15049

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: I have a foster home!!!

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BIN 15045BIN#: BIN 15045

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Lana has a foster home!!!

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