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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 15265BIN#: BIN 15265

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: ***URGENT SHELTER EU'ING FOR SPACE DAILY***

Soco is a 6 year old unaltered medium sized fawn female with natural ears and a docked tail. She is not deaf. Soco greeted us at the door to her shelter with a smile and wagging tail. She was very happy to come out of her kennel, waiting patiently while we put a leash on her and walked with us outside. She was not overly affectionate, but was happy to be loved on, but kept looking around at the other dogs in their kennels. Soco never attempted to jump up on us. She was not overly affectionate, just quiet and calm with us. We walked Soco around the other dogs kennels, and she ignored the dogs and their barking. I did not attempt any commands with Soco. She walks very well on a leash, no pulling or tugging. We took her around to the cat kennel area. She showed no interest in the kitties. Soco has some recent scarring on the backs on her ears that looked like bite marks. They were not deep. She also had a old scar on her neck, and a small mole on her right side behind her front right leg. Soco is another backyard breeder female recently turned into the shelter when she could no longer make money for her owners. She seemed like a sweet, quiet girl who enjoys attention from people.

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 15265 in your email please.

BIN 15264BIN#: BIN 15264

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: ***URGENT SHELTER EU'ING FOR SPACE DAILY***

Blair is a 7 year old small unaltered fawn female with natural ears and a docked tail. She is not deaf. Blair met us at the door of her kennel. She was quite wiggly inside her kennel, but once we opened the door, she settled, came out slowing and allowed us to put a leash on her. We walked her outside, and she was very friendly, wiggly and gave hand kisses and if she could have gotten to our faces, those would have been kissed too! Blair did not attempt to jump up on us. Even though she was very happy to see us, I don't think she would jump up on anyone, but her butt wiggles might knock a smaller child down! We walked her around other dogs in their kennels, and she was non-reactive. She was focused on the people she was with. She walked well on a leash, did not pull nor lag behind. I did not attempt any commands with Blair. Blair was not cat tested. Blair is very skinny, and even though she is a small girl, she is weighing only 42 lbs. No lumps, bumps or missing hair was observed. Blair is a very sweet female boxer whom I believe was turned into the shelter by a backyard breeder, as she is now too old to give any more pups. She is a very sweet girl. I tried to see if she was missing teeth or they were just worn down, but I could not get a good look. Her tongue is always hanging out, usually to the left side, sometimes just a little, sometimes a bit more. Blair seems to really love being with people.

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 15264 in your email please.

BIN 15263BIN#: BIN 15263

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: ***URGENT SHELTER EU'ING FOR SPACE DAILY***

Scooby is a 5 year old neutered large flashy fawn male with natural ears and a docked tail. He is not deaf. Scooby came to greet me when I approached his kennel. He was curious, but friendly and happy to get out of his kennel. He did not push and rush getting out of his kennel, and stood quietly while we got a leash on him. Once we got away from the kennels, he remained happy but did not interact with us too much, preferring to look around at the other dogs in their kennels. Scooby never jumped up on myself nor my companion. We walked Scooby by other dogs in their kennels, and he was unresponsive to their barking except for another male boxer at the shelter. They both had immediate negative reaction to each other. I did not attempt any commands with Scooby. Scooby is headstrong while on the leash, pulling excessively and dragging my companion a few steps until we got him under control. We took Scooby by the cat area, and there were a few cats outside. Scooby was initially interested, sniffed a cat near the fenced area, and then turned his attention away from the cats. Scooby is heart worm negative per the shelter. He has an old small scar on his left front leg and on his neck. No lumps, bumps nor is he missing hair. Scooby is a large, very handsome male boxer. He was not overly excited to see us, but gave small tail wags and hand kisses. He seemed to ignore most of the other dogs, and went willingly back into his kennel. He does need to learn some leash manners.

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 15263 in your email please.

BIN 15254BIN#: BIN 15254

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Gladys is a medium sized 7 to 8 year old unaltered brindle female Boxer with natural ears and docked tail. She is not deaf. Gladys was found as a stray running around with two other male dogs. She clung to the shelter worker while I was trying to take pictures, she was not jumpy or very wiggly, she would not take treats from me and seemed interested in what was going on around outside. She was not bouncy or jumpy, calm, I would think she would do fine with children. Gladys was found with a neutered pit bull male and a smaller furry chow/pom mix that was not neutered. Shelter reported that she was fine with both and I saw her completely ignoring the chow/pom mix. I asked how she had seemed with other females and the shelter worker said she wasn't quite as relaxed but wasn't aggressive, so maybe ok with submissive females or proper intros. Gladys does know sit, she was very distracted and hard to get her to do the command but she did do it a couple times. It was hard to get her to do anything else. She was very interested in the cats in the shelter cages, she did not lunge or bark, but I would probably say no to cats. No obvious sores or lumps, her vulva is swollen as if in heat but shelter worker denies seeing blood in the kennel. Shelter worker reports she is HW+. Gladys looks like she has been left outside to be a breeding machine for a very long time. She's quiet, reserved, and clingy because she's ready for someone to let her boxer spirit shine and be the baby for once. Please consider showing this momma what it's like to be spoiled.

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 15254 in your email please.
BIN 15253BIN#: BIN 15253

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Benson is a large sized unaltered fawn male Boxer with natural ears and docked tail. The shelter says he is 2 however, his face had a good amount of grey in it and I would place him at 4. He is not deaf. Benson is a little anxious about being at the shelter and not knowing where his family is. Once he decided I was okay, he wanted to walk touching me at every moment. If I turned away at all, he moved so that his body was back in contact with mine. He wants love. He is a stray. He is quite tall. His coat and body condition are good. His nails are trimmed and his ears are clean. His teeth are very very clean and I suspect his owner brushes them. I think he has had a very good home. Benson did jump up on me once, but when corrected, got down. Once I sat, he wanted to put his feet in my lap. He gave kisses, but they were soft and not suffocating. He didn't try to clean my whole face. I think he would be fine with kids 5+. He did not react to other dogs when he saw them through windows and visiting rooms. I was not allowed back in the kennel area so did not see his reaction in the kennel area. Benson would sit with a reminder and gentle pressure on his hind quarters. He did not demonstrate other commands. The shelter worker tied his leash to the fence so I could get pictures and he nearly strangled himself. He was on the leash walking with me and did fine, but not like being tied to a spot. Cat test was not available. I felt one small bump about pea sized on his chest. I saw and felt nothing else. He has a couple of small wear patches on one leg. Nothing significant.

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 15253 in your email please.
BIN 15205BIN#: BIN 15205

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Troy is a 10 year old neutered large sized fawn male with natural ears and a docked tail. He is not deaf. This boy is friendly, but not jumpy at all. He sniffed around the play yard and kept coming back for love. He whine several times and just seemed like he was looking for his owner. He was not interested in the toys in the play yard. He loved getting pats and scratches. Even though he is very large, I do not believe he would be a problem for children as he is very calm and did not jump up at all. He was introduced to a large dog owned by a shelter worker and was nubs wags and no hackles. He was gentle and sniffed the dog and was very close to the other dog who also sniffed him. He did not seem to know any commands, but walked well on the lead out to the play yard. No cat test available. This guys has lived a rough life. He has very worn elbows and what appears to be some old scarring on his back left leg. He has several skin tags and a couple of tumors (probably due to age). Ears and teeth are average, but could stand to be cleaned. This boy took care of all of his bathroom business in the play yard, so he may be potty trained. He needs someone to be his hero so he can live the good life. He is an older guy, but very sweet.

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 15205 in your email please.
BIN15105BIN#: BIN15105

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Hiccup is a 10 month old unaltered, white male boxer that needs medical attention for demodectic mange. He is approximately 55lbs, has a docked tail, and natural ears. The owner wants to surrender him because she is taking care of her father and mother which are ill. Hiccup has some kind of skin rash that takes a lot of time to treat and owner doesn't have the time to properly treat it. Per the records we received from the owner he has mange. (he appears to be swollen in his photos) Hiccup stays outside in a HUGE yard, and he loves people. He wants to be center of attention. He loves people and plays a lot with his older boxer brother. Hiccup is not house or crate trained. He really doesn't like taking baths and gets nervous during bath time, and he doesn’t get his nails trimmed. For exercise he plays with his brother in the yard and the owner’s grandkids. He is high energy and loves to playfully wrestle. Per the owner he is not possessive of toys. He currently eats the dry Pedigree on a self-feeder. He only knows the command to sit, and doesn’t like the leash. For discipline the owner uses verbal correction. The owner says that there is not any problem with taking his food away, but unsure about how he would act if a stranger tried to take his food away. He digs; he likes to dig up plants. He received his last vaccinations on September of 2014, and is not on HWP. He is super loving, and loves to play. I think he would do best with a family with children over 6, not in an apartment and with another dog to play with.

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN15105 in your email please.
BIN 15094BIN#: BIN 15094

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Lynnix is a 10-11 year old medium sized neutered flashy brindle male Boxer with natural ears and docked tail. He was owner's husband's boxer and when they split up, he originally was going to take him. It has been 3 years and he is in an apartment that doesn't allow dogs. She can not keep up with the expense of kenneling him when she goes out of town. When owner is home, Lynnix is free to roam the house. He is crated at night approx 8 hours, and crated in a 36" wire crate when she leaves the house. He seemed friendly with everyone. He is good with kids. He lives with kids ages 4, 7, and 15. He did great around my 2 year old son. He can be bouncy but seems to know when to be careful. He never jumped up and didn't knock my little guy over and was very sweet around him. He lives with a 12 year old Yorkie who runs the show. If he gets too close she will snap and warn him and he just is carefree and moves on. I think he would get along with all dogs. He has been in boarding and doggie day care. He is house trained but needs to be crated if no one home or could have an accident. Owner has never heard of any complaints but takes him to get bathed and groomed. Owner believes he is fine with nail trims. His exercise is just playing in the backyard if family is out. He is low key and likes to hang out around the house. Will welcome attention and will play if someone invites him to. For a 10-11 year old, I would say his energy level is as expected. He has little bursts of energy if a new person comes but is well behaved. He was excited to see me and wanted to give me kisses. He was bouncy but not jumpy at all. Owner says he just chills during the day and is pretty low key. We went outside and you can tell he can't tolerate the heat. He was ready to come inside after a few minutes and this is nice February weather. He is fed Eukanuba large breed dog food. Trained at home. He knows sit, shake, stay, and "get in your house" (crate). Owner said he does fine on a leash. For discipline, owner uses verbal correction or time-out in a kennel. Only correction was if he had an accident in house while not crated. He would be fine with anyone taking anything away from him. He is a very sweet and loving boy. UTD on vaccs -Aug 2014. He has not been on HWP in approx 3 years. He lived in an apartment for a few years and did fine. I think he is a easy going boy who just wants to be loved and would adapt to any situation. It is unsure of how he is with cats but owner thinks he might be fine because of his easy going nature. When she travels, he sometimes won't eat the first day. Doesn't like when people leave him but is not destructive or doesn't chew. Lynnix had an enlarged nipple, some skin tags, and a rather large mass on his chest. Couldn't see mass or get good pic but could feel it under skin. It was approximately 1.5 inches in diameter. His teeth do not look bad for his age but he had some gum overgrowth. His breath was pretty stinky too. His ears looked good. He is overweight. He probably could lose a good 15 lbs.

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 15094 in your email please.
BIN 15238BIN#: BIN 15238

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Bruiser is a 6 year old unaltered average sized brindle male with natural ears and a docked tail. Owner is surrendering because the Landlord is making her down size the number of dogs she has. The boxer is free in the living room with gates up when the owner is away and free to roam when they are at home. He is house and crate trained, can go about 8 hours. He was very friendly with me, not pushy or jumpy. She said that this is his normal. He needs slow introduction with other dogs. He does well with baths and nail trims. I was able to play with his feet and ears without any problem. They have a small back yard and that is really the only exercise he gets. He seems somewhat low key, I did not see him play. Owner said he was not possessive with toys or chewies, I did not see any in the home. He eats dry, purina, they are free fed. Minimal training, he will sit for treat, but that is all. He pulls somewhat on the leash when walking. Owner stated he is really very easy going and seldom needs correction but a "no" is all he needs. Owner stated he has never shown any reaction when something is taken away from him. He is not a big barker, only barks when someone comes to the door, no digging, not aggressive towards people, needs slow intro with other dogs. Owner can not provide proof of vaccinations and last time he had heart worm prevention was last summer. This boy is super sweet, loving, and was very gentle. He appears to be in very good health, his weight was good, coat was in good shape, nails were trimmed. Owner has 6 boxers and a poodle in this home. He is the father of the 4 boxers the owner wants to keep. He jumped on me once but was not pushy and I was able to tell him off and help him down and he did not do it again. He really wants attention but is very gentle about asking for it. He takes treats very easy. He is a handsome boy that I think would make a wonderful addition to any home. As a side note, he does well with the poodle and they used to have a rabbit that he paid no attention to. Owner said he really does not get worried about much, has not been around small kids so unknown how he would act with them. No injuries or illnesses seen or noted.



Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 15238 in your email please.
BIN 15237BIN#: BIN 15237

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Koda is a 5 year old spayed fawn female with natureal ears and a docked tail. She is a little over weight. She is being surrendered because landlord will not let owner keep all the dogs, owner has 6 boxers and a poodle. She is free to roam when owner is home, free in the living room with gates up to keep her and the other dogs in when owner is away, up to 8 hours. She is crate trained per the owner. She is very friendly with people and other dogs. She has not been around small kids very much, but does not seem to have an issue with them. She is house and crate trained. She does well with bathing and grooming, owner said she is no problem. Per owner she does well for nail trims. They have a small backyard which is her primary source of exercise, but she has been taken to the dog park and does well. Very low energy, did not see her play. Per owner she has no possessive traits. She eats dry, purinea, free feeds. No formal training, she knows sit with a treat. Per owner she does okay walking on leash, pulls a little. She is disciplined with verbal corrections, only needs a no. Owner states that she has not problem with someone taking anything away from her. She was not barky at all, does not dig, did jump a little but was easy to redirect and get her to get off. Owner can not provide proof of vaccinations and the last time she was on heart worm prevention was in the summer. She is a very sweet girl that is a little over weight. She wants attention, but is not pushy. She seems very low key and easy going. She takes treats very easy and will sit for her treat. Her coat and nails were in good shape, she did not have an issue with me touching her feet or all over her head. This adorable girl shares a house with the male Bruiser that is being surreneder with her and 4 of their puppies. Per the owner she may have to give up 2 more of the boxers but hoping that she won't. Koda lives with a poodle also and has lived with a rabbit in the past without any issues. This girl just wants to be loved and feel that she is important not just one of the pack. Per owner she does not like when people are eating pretzels, not sure why. No illnesses but the she does have a split right ear that she has had since she was very young, the owner does not know how she got it.



Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 15237 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 15251BIN#: BIN 15251

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Survivor is a 1.5 to 2 year old unaltered average sized male with natural ears and a docked tail. He is being surrendered because the owner's son rescued this dog from San Antonio on the side of the road. He then moved in with his mother and she is now the dogs primary care giver. Survivor is deaf and the owner has two dogs of her own, plus her son's other dog, a 10-year-old chocolate lab. With him being deaf it is difficult to manager 4 dogs and train him. He is very hyper, while the other dogs in the home are much older than him and not as playful. The mom seems to really care about him, but she seems conflicted as she wants to help him however she feels frustrated with his energy and deafness as it bothers the other dogs. He is kept in a crate without a bed, as he shreds the bed. Instead he is with a blanket and kong chew toys. Owner does not go away as she has 3 other dogs. Survivor does well with adults and children. The only problem with children isn't any behavioral issues, it's just his energy as he knocks them down and pushes them over trying to play. He is house trained and knows how to use the dog door. He is crate trained, up to 8 hours in a wire crate. Survivor thoroughly enjoys bathing and the water. Never had his nails trimmed, he has natural short nails. He has a huge back yard and has many hours to run around. He loves to chase after toys and the other dogs. He also does well with walks. He is definitely the hyper energetic typical 1 year old boxer. He loves to wrestle other dogs, lay on the floor and roll around, and pawing at other dogs. He is not possessive with toys. A dog can take the toy/bone away and he won't react he will just find a new toy or bone. Bad reaction to Beneful (vomit and the latter). Iams does well with his stomach. Knows a couple of hand signal commands (Sit and Stay). Curious but overall does well when walking on a leash. When disciplined, he is hand signaled "No". He is honestly the most laid back boxer I have ever met when it comes to treats and toys, he didn't mind it being taken away in an sense from me or the owner. Behaviors that a foster home or adoptive home would need to know are that he jumps on people, he cries, he will destroy beds in his crate. Owner told me objects in his sight/eye level he will take and run outside with them. EX: takes the TV turner from side table and runs outside with it. He is ip to date on vaccinations and heart worm prevention. Honestly this boxer is super affectionate. As soon as I sat down he was crawling in my lap, rested his head on my shoulder and gave me a hug. He then gave me kisses and patted me with his paw. He is so sweet and loving. Survivor wants love and affection. He loves people, loves his belly rubbed, and loves to be talked to and snuggled. He has the most adorable brown freckles under his pearly white skin. He is absolutely adorable and loving. There is nothing that makes him worried or act differently than normal. He is deaf. He didn't seem to have any injuries or illnesses.

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 15251 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!



Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 15003 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 15255BIN#: BIN 15255

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Molly is a smaller than average sized 1 year old white unaltered female Boxer with natural ears and long tail. The current owner saw this dog at a coworkers house and it was chained outside. She didn't want to leave her in that condition and took her to try and find her a home. They currently have 4 adult boxers of their own and can't keep a 5th. Molly has only known life outside until now. She is learning to chill out and lounge inside but loves being outside. She is uncrated at home when owners are there. When they first got her she had a tinkle accident inside but never any poops. She now uses the doggie door. During the day she is crated for up to 8 hours. She gets an evening walk and then is crated overnight from about 10:30 pm till 7:00 am. She does whine in the crate but is getting used to it. As much as a young Boxer can being in a crate day AND night! :( Molly was a total sweetie who just wanted to play and get affection. She gave gentle kisses and did stand up to say hi. She was easy going with both my husband and I. She immediately got along with her temporary boxer brothers and sisters. She is friendly and loving. Good with kids. A real sweetie who just needs some basic training. Takes a bath in the tub well. She let me put my hands all over her, didn't like me checking her mouth but tolerated it. She let me touch her paws and ears just fine. Temp owners take her to walk at park every evening. She has a harness and pulls. They are working on leash walking and sit. She's a little wild but totally friendly. Typical young boxer energy. Loves and wants to play. Loves to run. Wiggles and happy kisses. I saw her play with 2 of her fur boxer pals and she was rambunctious but gentle and friendly. She does destroy toys and is food/treat motivated. Is fed Pedigree Dry. No training other than what temp owners are doing at home with her. She was left outside in a home that back yard bred boxers and once a new litter came along they didn't want her. Needs work on leash walking - just pulling because she is excited. Standing in the yard holding her leash she was energetic but easy. For discipline they swat with a paint stick. Now when she sees paint stick Molly knows that counter surfing is not cool. No aggression. Curious and eager but not possessive of toys, etc. She has had no vetting except puppy shots. No lumps or bumps. Was energetic and had seemed healthy since current owners have had her. What a total sweetie pie. Just needs some basic training and manners. A total love bug quick to be snuggly and kissy. With some training Molly will make a friendly awesome family pet! Totally relaxed. No signs of anxiety. Thunderstorms and car rides are no big deal. Only needs to learn to feel the enjoyment of being an inside dog.



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BIN 15260BIN#: BIN 15260

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Wesson is a 2.5 year old neutered, average sized brindle male with natural ears and a docked tail. His owner is surrendering him because he fights with his brother. He is kept outside during the day and he is inside during the night. He is good with adults and kids. It took him a little while to warm up to me. Wesson is house and crate trained. During bath time he attempts to get out of the tub and he does fine during nail trimming. He doesn’t get much exercise, and he’s very energetic. He is not possessive with toys. He eats Victor for high energy dogs. He knows the sit command! He needs a little work on his leash walking antics as he likes to take control. The owner uses verbal correction to discipline him. He acts fine, kind of mopey, when food or high value treats get taken away. He takes a little while to warm up to new people. He was a little growly when I first came in, but after his owner left the room, he allowed me to pet his neck and ears. He didn't want the camera near him, but I think he would be fine once he got to know new people a little bit. Per the owner, he is fighting with his brother and does not do well with other dogs. Date of last vaccination was 11/2014. He is not current on heart worm prevention and his heart worm status is unknown. He loses weight and hair when he is stressed, and he growls at strangers when he first meets them. There are no known illnesses or injuries.

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BIN 15146BIN#: BIN 15146

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Lulu is a 1.5 to 2 year old unaltered fawn female with natural ears and a docked tail. Current owner found her roaming the streets and tried to locate her family. They have posted on Facebook pages and other websites with no success. They've had her for 4 months, but they can't keep her because she has gotten into fights with their much larger male Australian Shepherd/Husky mix. They are allowed to play and spend some time together from time to time, but they have to be separated because they've engaged into fights that are hard to break up. One fight landed Lulu at the vet with a puncture wound between her eyes. Current owner is keeping them mostly separated because they have a 9 year old son and they are afraid that a much more serious fight might erupt. When the owner is home, Lulu is free to roam the house. She is crated when left home alone as she will chew and destroy pillows. Lulu is a little shy at first, but she warms up quickly. She loves all people, young and old. She currently lives with a 9 year old boy and she does fine. She is quite jumpy and she would knock a small child over. Lulu is very sweet and gives gentle kisses to everyone. She is house trained, with accidents if scared or if it's too cold outside. She is crate trained, metal medium size crate, she can stay all day while owner is at work. She tolerates bath time. She needs to be placed in the tub, and she will stay very still. Unknown how she behaves for nail trims. She is walked on a leash and she goes outside in the backyard. She does not try to escape and even when she goes out the front door, she always comes back. Very energetic, typical young boxer energy. She didn't stay still the entire time I was there :) She loves to play tug of war with the other dog in the house (when allowed in the same room). If the other dog is laying down somewhere, Lulu will get a toy and drop it on him to get him to play. She is not possessive with toys She eats dry food. The other dog in the house is food aggressive, so they are fed separate. Lulu doesn't seem to be food aggressive and she will wait for the command before she starts to eat. She knows sit, shake, crate. She responds well to other commands like down, no, etc. She looks very eager to please, but she still needs work when it comes to jumping up on people. She walks very well and does not need a harness. She stays close and does not pull. When it comes to discipline, she goes to the kennel. Sometimes they find her in her kennel before they find the mess :) If she chews something, she is put in the kennel, and whatever she chewed is placed right outside the kennel door. She is not disciplined very often, but she has been caught climbing on the kitchen table for food. She is not food aggressive or possessive of toys. Things can be taken away from her with no reaction. The only issue has been that when the other dog attacks her, she doesn't back down and they have to be physically separated. No knowledge on vaccination status. Current owner hasn't vaccinated her. Not current on heart worm prevention. Lulu is very sweet and pretty small and she deserves a home without a giant dog that attacks her. Her current family is trying to move and they would like to see her placed in a foster home prior to them moving. If she doesn't have a spot in the next few weeks, they will have to drop her off at a shelter, and they said they would try to find a no kill shelter. They love her and want the best for her. She tinkles a little bit when she gets scared (sudden movements or loud noises) Current owner stated that she is allergic to Neosporin. She used it on the puncture wound and it gave her a rash all over. She also stated that Lulu used to have white circular spots all over, but they're all gone (the last one is almost invisible). When she took her to the vet, the vet stated she's in good health.



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BIN 15211BIN#: BIN 15211

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Lilo is a 2 year old unaltered fawn 55 pound female with natural ears and a docked tail. She is being surrendered because the current owner took the dog from his stepson who moved so he has not been the primary owner. It was unclear how long exactly he's had her. At first it was 2-3 months but towards the end of the conversation it was 1-1/2 weeks. He cannot keep the dog because the dog is left home everyday for about 15 hours by herself. Lilo is kept indoors when the owner is home. Lilo is kept outside when the owner is not home (up to 15 hours a day). Lilo has been around the owners grandchildren without issues. Dog friendly (all sizes). She has been around horses and cows without and issues. She will sometimes bark at the cow next door but not an anxious bark. She has gotten nervous around a visitor who had a baseball cap on but has not appeared to have issues with anyone else. She is house trained and she will go in a crate but is currently not crated. The owner says she is okay with bathing but I don't think that he has actually bathed her. She is curious about bath water when the owner is bathing. Does not get nails trimmed. She gets exercise by running with owner and walking. Running around the big backyard where she stays when the owner is not home (up to 15 hours a day). She had high energy. Her energy level seemed typical for a boxer her age. While there she would run through the yard. Very curious about everything outside. There was a carpet outside that she has torn up because she doesn't have any toys. She seems like she would need lots of exercise with toys or another dog to burn some of her energy. She does not have any toys, so unsure if she would be possessive with them. She currently eats 1 scoop of Beneful twice a day. She has only been eating half of her second meal. Lilo knows basic commands; sit, down and come. She learned at home. She walks okay on leash and pulls only if there is a distraction. The owner gives verbal correction when discipline is needed. The owner has not experienced any issues while taking food away. Lilo does jump on people when excited. She is allowed on furniture. She does chew when bored (owner showed a torn up rug). She is not up to date on vaccinations or heart worm prevention. The details the owner provided were sometimes unclear. Lilo was last seen by a vet when she was a puppy and has not had any vaccinations since. At the end of the visit I asked Lee for patience once I have submitted my information. That time to surrender was the one question he had. I don't think he intends to keep her much longer past the full bag of dog food he has. The backyard where Lilo is kept is fenced but it can be easily jumped. This is a concern since she is outside up to 15 hours day. There was on incident where Lilo seemed to be afraid of a man with a hat. She ran into another room. She has no issues with storms. Barks with fireworks but doesn't seem to be afraid. She is left outside where the home is on a busy street and she didn't seem to be worried with all of the cars passing. She rides well in a car. No known injuries or illnesses. She hasn't been to a vet possibly since she was a puppy.

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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.



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BIN 15242BIN#: BIN 15242

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Maggie is a 9 year old spayed average size fawn female with natural ears and a docked tail. She is a little overweight. She is being surrendered because her owner passed away. She is currently being boarded while waiting for a new home. Maggie was free to run the house. She is housebroken but sometimes marks. Maggie lived with a few other dogs. There was a small female Yorker that she did not get along with very well. She got along great with all the others. She seems very friendly and would probably do well with kids. She does not jump. Yes Unknown She is house trained. It is unknown if she is crate trained. It is unknown how she is for bathing and grooming and nail trims. Owner lived on a property with a lot of land and she was free to run but mostly stayed in the house. She has a ton of energy for an older dog! She has been boarded for a few weeks so she was really excited to get out of her kennel. It is unknown if she is possessive with toys. She was trained at home, no formal training. Her leash walking is good. She was possessive of her food with certain dogs but not others. She has no behaviors a foster home or new adoptive home would need to be aware of. She is up to date on vaccinations and heart worm prevention. She's such a sweetie! There is nothing that makes Maggie worried or makes her act differently than normal. She has the beginning of DM, but other than that is very healthy and has no injuries or illnesses.

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BIN 15267BIN#: BIN 15267

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Zeus is a 2 year old neutered black and white male boxer with natural ears and a docked tail. He is being surrendered because the owner's son and mother have become allergic. When family is home, Zeus roams the home, when they are out, he stays in his crates. He is house and crate trained, he does well for about 8-10 hours a day. He has never been around kids under 1 years old, but does perfectly fine with the kids he has been around. He is fine with strangers and other dogs. No problems with grooming or bathing, stays in tub, and he is good with nail trims. For exercise, he plays in yard daily. Goes on 1-2 mile walks. Zeus is high energy. Play style is a typical 2 year old boxer, happy and playful. He is not at all possessive with toys. He eats dry, Kirckland Chicken & Rice, 1 cup in AM & PM. The owner has trained him on stay, sit, come, no, crate. He pulls on leash when walking. Owner never disciplines with physical correction. Just says no, and shows what they did wrong. No aggression with any toys or food being taken away. No behaviors a foster home would need to be aware of, he is a very happy boxer. He is up to date on vaccinations as of 8/13/2014. He received heart worm prevention on 3/1/2015. Zeus is super lovable, and very happy. He listed very well, and knows some commands. He was very sweet and not jumpy at all.He was all wiggles, but no jumping. No illnesses or injuries the owner is aware of.



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BIN 15239BIN#: BIN 15239

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Nemo is a 1 year old neutered average sized flashy fawn male with natural ears and a docked tail. He is being surrendered because he is currently being fostered by another resuce. They took him from a breeder who was going to put him down due to a defect with Nemo's paw that was not life altering at all even though they are volunteers for a Boston Terrier rescue and deal with small dogs. They are not used to having a bigger, more energetic dog around nor do they know anything about boxers and are feeling overwhelmed. Therefore they feel we would be a good fit to find Nemo a home. He is kept free to roam inside as the are home the majority of the time. They have attempted the crate when they have to be gone for short periods and Nemo is most disagreeable to that. Nemo was very voicey and bouncy when we first arrived, but calmed down after our initial meeting. He is very friendly and good with all ages and dogs as well as chickens. He is house and crate trained, but doesn't like it. Currently using airline crate. Nemo feels confined in a bathtub, so they bath him in a kiddie pool out back. He is good with that. Good for nail trims. They have a large yard and several small dogs to chase around for exercise. He was playful yet weary. Loving yet cautious. They had stated the breeder simply kept Nemo in a crate on the porch all of the time. He is not possessive with toys. No special food, just regular dog food. He knows some commands, he sat while we were there. He learned at home. He pulls on the leash when walking. A combination of verbal correcting and squirt bottle were use to discipline. He would be fine if someone took a food bowl or rawhide from him. He has severe crate and separation anxiety. Not only does he tear up the crate but he also eats the wires. Yes that is what I said, He eats the crate. They have tried medicine, currently Valium and Ansitane, but Nemo causes himself to throw them up. He is up to date on vaccinations and heart worm prevention. This guy is super handsome and lovey. His crate anxiety is pretty severe. They last used an airline crate, but he also ate several of the metal wire in the gate. Now they always have a babysitter for him. Being left alone or being crated makes him act differently than normal. Other than his front paw which looks fused together and has no talons, he seems perfectly healthy. His paw hinders him in no way. The Vet told them that when he gets older though Nemo may need a boot to help his balance.

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BIN 15266BIN#: BIN 15266

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Zoey is a 2 year old spayed flashy fawn female with natural ears and a docked tail. She is being surrendered because the owners son and wife have become allergic to her. When family is home, she is allowed to roam, when they are not, she is crated. Zoey is a little timid with strangers, but no too much. She came right out of her crate and came up to me, slowly, and then she was all wiggles with in 30 seconds. She is house and crate trained, she is fine for 8-10 hours. No problems with bathing, grooming, or nail trims. For exercise, she plays in yard, walk 1-2 miles 3X per week. High energy level. She is 2, and she plays very well. Not at all possessive with toys. She eats dry, Kirkland, Chicken & Rice 1 cup in AM & PM. Owner has trained her on sit, no, stay, come, & crate. She pulls on leash when walking. Owner never uses physical discipline, says no and shows what her what she did wrong. No reaction to food bowls or rawhide being taken away. Foster home would need to know she is just a little timid at first when meeting new people. She is up to date on vaccinations as of 8/13/2014 and received heart worm prevention on 3/1/2015. Zoey was very sweet and playful. A little shy at first, but then she was all wiggles and kisses. Played very well with her brother Zeus, and listed very well to commands. Thunder makes her a little nervous, and is a little nervous in car rides. No illnesses or injuries owner is aware of.



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BIN 15247BIN#: BIN 15247

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Macy is a small sized 3-5 years old unaltered fawn female. She has a docked tail and natural ears. The owner is surrendering her due to dog aggression which is mainly with their female boxer but also sometimes with their male boxer. When the owner is away she normally stays outside, away from everyone and everything. In complete segregation, this is both when the owner is home or away. If there is bad weather Macy is put into a crate in the garage. Macy is fine with humans, she may try to jump up but she is easily corrected. She’s a very friendly dog, seems starved for attention and affection. She used to be potty trained but would probably need to be worked on again since she’s being left outside now. The boxer is crate trained and she’s currently being crated 6-8 hours. It is unknown how she does during bathing, grooming or nail trimming. For exercise she just runs in her dog run. The boxer’s energy is mild level. It is unknown if the boxer is possessive with toys as I did not see any. She eats dry dog food. She knows Sit, Shake and Down which were all taught at home. They have taught her how to walk on a leash. For discipline the owner uses verbal correction. I took a ball away from Macy with no problem at all. She is not current on vaccinations or HWP so her HW status is unknown. She was a very gentle dog who needs to be in a home that wants an only pet.

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BIN 15246BIN#: BIN 15246

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Ceasar is a 9 year old, neutered, 65lb flashy brindle male. The owner is moving and her sons are grown and gone and she travels all the time for work. She says he's crated too much and the boarding when she's out of town is killing her financially. He is crated inside 8-10 hours when she is at work and has free roam at night and sleeps with her in her bed. Ceasar loves kids and is never ever aggressive but will bark to let her know strangers are there but very quickly warms up to them. He also loves all dogs big and small. She said he is always friendly but sometimes other dogs are not friendly to him. He is house and crate trained! He's good for bathing and puts Little resistance when getting his nails clipped. He is walked several times daily as he has always lived in an apartment complex. He's very energetic for a 9 year old - seems very happy to me. He came right up to me. He is not at all possessive with his toys. He eats Bil Jac frozen - 3 cups 1 time a day in the morning. She has never taken him to training classes, but he knows sit, shake both paws, down and he came right back to her after getting away because the collar was too loose (would recommend good fitting harness always with him) and he came right back when we hid from him and showed no interest. He pulls some but seemed to do well until he got away because of a loose collar. They use verbal correction and all positive reinforcement. He has no reaction whatsoever if his food or high valued treat gets taken away from him. She says she has always put her hands on his things while he was using bones or rawhides to desensitize him and says it has worked. He shows no aggression, no barking except at first but didn't bark at me, he didn't jump on me. My only concern is that he will get off a leash on a collar and that he needs a good fitting harness to take walks. He is UTD on his vaccines; he had them done last year. The owner will email shelter committee the vet records, and he’s due in April 2015 for bordetella. Just know he's UTD because he's boarded a lot. Owner said it's been about 2 years since his last preventative, so his HW status is unknown. This boy is incredibly sweet and energetic for 9 years old. When I assessed him, she had just gotten home from work so he was really energetic but was pretty calm by the time I left. He really has no issues at all other than the fatty tumor on his neck, dental hyperplasia, and he's had no heartworm preventative for 2 years. He's dog, kid, and people friendly. We don't know about cats at all. He's such a pretty brindle boy and would easily fit in with other dogs and homes with kids. He's obviously happy and is very sweet!!! He's housebroken and crate trained and I feel that he would adopt very quickly. She says he has no fear whatsoever. The only concern she has is that he is crated too much and seems like he has cabin fever every time she comes home from work.

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BIN 15192BIN#: BIN 15192

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Romeo is an unaltered 2 (almost 3) year old average sized flashy reverse brindle male Boxer with natural ears and docked tail. Owner is recently widowed and has put her home up for sale. She is planning on buying a two story loft with no yard. With her recent status she no longer has the time she feels Romeo needs and deserves. He has always lived outside in a 15' x 20' run with attached house. House is about 10' x 12' in size. Romeo has never been crated and has never been inside a real house. Romeo is very friendly with people he knows and does not know as well as other animals. He did not even bark at me. The next door neighbor has cats that run loose and like to tease the dogs. Not sure how Romeo would be with a cat in a different situation. Romeo LOVES the water and loves to swim. He has been bathed before and loved it. A nail trim has never been done. Romeo is currently housed with two other boxers that he plays with in the dog run. Most evenings he and the other two are allowed to run loose on the acre lot. There is a pool that he swims in just about every time he is let out. The pool has a wheelchair ramp that he uses to get in and out of the pool. Very friendly and social. He plays well with the other two boxers that he is housed with. One is 12 years old and the other is about the same age as he is so he knows how to play with both age groups.He has never shown any type of aggression. He was very gently taking treats from my hand and did not show any aggression or jealousy with the other two boxers right in his face getting treats at the same time. He is fed dry kibble, free range. No training. He does not even know how to sit. Has never been on a leash. The owner puts her knee up to correct his jumping but that is about it. Nothing bothers him. Romeo does jump but he is not as bad as others that I have seen. I turned my back and ignored him when he tried to jump on me and he learned pretty quickly that he had to sit to get me to pay attention to him. With that I feel he will learn quickly not to jump as well as other training commands. He is not up to date on vaccinations. They were last done 1 1/2 years ago. He is not on HWP. No health issues that are known of. Romeo is very handsome and just as sweet as he is handsome. He is the age range that most AA's are looking for and I think that he will be a great fit with just about any family. He really does deserve a furever family that will give him the time, energy, and love he so needs. He has a loving, wonderful, fun personality that shined through in just the short amount of time that I was with him. He is funny and loving all at the same time and will bring a smile to the face of anyone who meets him!

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BIN15181BIN#: BIN15181

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Brutus is a large size, unaltered fawn male with natural ears and a docked tail. The owner is trying to surrender him due to different living arrangements, and is unable to take him. When the owner is away from home he is left free to roam the house. He is great with people and unsure how he does around kids. He is house broken, but not crate trained. He gets anxious during bath time and grooming but will let owner do it. It is unknown how he does with nail trimming. For exercise he gets Walks and time in the backyard. He seems very calm and didn’t’ really react to anything. Per the owner he is not toy aggressive. The only command he know is sit. He pulls a little on the leash, and the owner uses Verbal correction. He is possessive of food, and would need slow intros. Brutus was really sweet. His owner thought she found him a home but did not get along with their male dog. There are not any things that worry him that the owner has noticed. He has an ear infection which is being treated. He has until tomorrow before they take him to a shelter!

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BIN 15230BIN#: BIN 15230

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Benzino (Benzi) is a 2 to 3 year old medium to large sized neutered fawn male Boxer with natural ears and docked tail. His owner found him as s starving stray dog 2 months ago. She already has 6 dogs that have more dominant personalities and thinks he would do great in a home of his own. The boxer stays inside free to roam when owner is home, he stays in a crate or in gated kitchen area when away. Never had an issue with his crate and does not mind going in it. Free to roam at night inside. Such a sweet and gentle boy, he loves everyone he meets and just wants affection that he never had on the streets. He has been around a group of children in a playground and did well and regularly has children ages 2-8 in the home - he just wants to be pet. Completely still during grooming, no problems. Has never trimmed his nails. For exercise he goes to the dog park and has yard time with other dogs in their small yard. He is loved by every person and dog at the dog park. Low energy - owner says she doesn't think he knows how to play really, he has in the past week picked up a rope when 3 dogs were pulling on it and joined in. He eats dry food - Beneful. He has had no training but responds well to commands and treats. Excellent on a leash - no pulling or lunging. Verbal discipline if needed. He has no food or bone aggression. His only fault might be that he eats his food very fast, likely because he doesn't know if he'll get more. Sweetest most loving boy, just in need of a stable home environment. He is dog friendly and loves male and female humans very much. He is not up to date on vaccinations and not on heart worm prevention. He was microchipped by the owner as she did not know if she was keeping him or not. He needs to find his boxer spirit but this is a sweet guy and would be easy to train with treats. No triggers that she has seen, and has also been to a parade on a leash and did well with the crowd and noises. No known illness, he does have some scabs on his head and back. He also has a knot on his head I felt may have been from being malnourished.

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BIN 15234BIN#: BIN 15234

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: I was saved by another rescue!!

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