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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 18157BIN#: BIN 18157

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

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

This is a 10 to 12 year old large fawn male with natural ears and a docked tail. Unsure if he is deaf. This boy is really calm. He is slightly timid to the touch, but warms up quickly. I think he would be fine with kids. He has no food or treat aggression. He doesn’t jump. He barely wiggles. He met another dog outside and could have cared less. He does pull a little on the leash. I could not get him to sit or do any other commands. It could be from lack of hearing, but I also used treats. I walked him by the cats. A cat jumped on the glass to attack him. He showed zero interest. He has 3 bumps; a large tumor dangling on right side, a smaller tumor on back left leg, and an even smaller bump near his ribs/behind his elbow on the left side. He also has tape worms. He wouldn’t be adoptable. He would need a foster home to live out his days. He is old. Really, really old. He is hard of hearing but not completely deaf.

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 18157 in your email please.

BIN 18161BIN#: BIN 18161

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: ***URGENT***

Bronx is a 3 year old unaltered (being neutered 4/20) medium sized fawn male with natural ears and a docked tail. He is not deaf. Bronx is a beautiful young boy with lots of great energy. He has a dark fawn coat with white on his chest, chin and some toes. He is bouncy and happy. He engaged with me and the other people we encountered immediately. He allowed me to check his ears, eyes and body with no fear or agitation. He was curious about everything outside, we had to wait for him to stop sniffing to take his picture. He is a big puppy, not yet aware of his size or strength, so older kids would be best. He does jump a little bit, but responded well when I told him no. Bronx was not reactive to the other dogs in the kennels at the shelter. The owner who surrendered reported that in the time she had him (limited) he did not get along with her dog. She took Bronx from neighbors who moved away, and if accurately reported, he did not assimilate in the new home. Bronx knows sit and shake. He listens, but did not seem to know down. He is very focused on people, and with enough exercise to allow him to concentrate I expect to learn quickly. Bronx reacted to the cats and cages in the shelter. I would recommend a home without cats. Bronx seems healthy, and has no lumps or bumps. He is a bit thin and only weighed 51 pounds at surrender. It appears he has spent significant time on hard surfaces, he already has calluses on elbows. His coat is beautiful, his eyes are bright, and his teeth are very white. Heart worm status is unknown. Bronx is a friendly, silly young boxer with a lovely personality. When I sat on the ground he came to cuddle immediately. He jumps a little, but response to correction quickly. He is a young boxer with a high energy level and will need significant exercise. He is bright and curious, with a loving environment and some training he will be a wonderful addition to an active family. Bronx will be available for release Saturday.

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 18161 in your email please.

BIN 18163BIN#: BIN 18163

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: ***SUPER URGENT EU IMMINENT***

Jean is a nearly 14 year old unaltered female with natural ears and a docked tail. She is not deaf. She was owner surrendered to the shelter. She is very sweet and easy going and seems healthy for her age. Owner stated that she did not get along with other pets, but we are not sure the circumstances or events surrounding this. She did not seem to have any interest in other animals when the shelter workers have walked her past kennels. She has until noon today, there could be an extension based on how their intake is, but this is the deadline we currently have.

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 18163 in your email please.

BIN 18154BIN#: BIN 18154

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

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

Loyalti is a 5 to 6 year old spayed medium sized flashy fawn female with natural ears and a docked tail. She is not deaf. She was very friendly but doesn't move in fast, she is not jumpy or pushy. She enjoys attention, though. She is fairly calm and curious about new things (she sniffed at my stroller). She did fine with my 4 yr old, who was in a stroller. She was in a play yard with about 12 dogs, she mostly ignored them. A couple dogs started attacking a German Shepherd, and after the shelter workers broke it up, she went and stood between the German Shepherd and the other group of dogs, like protecting him. She didn't pull at the leash. Showed no sit command, but stood still when we said stay. We were unable to cat test. We felt no lumps or bumps. Unsure on heartworm status, but I think shes negative. I didn't see a spay tattoo or scar, but the shelter says spayed. The shelter has spoken to her old owners, who gave her away a year ago (shes still registered to them). They were going to get in touch with the new owners, and if the new ones didn't want her, they will come get her. We will stay in contact with the shelter to see if she is still in need of rescue.

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 18154 in your email please.

BIN 18141BIN#: BIN 18141

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Babs is a 7-8 year old small unaltered flashy brindle female with natural ears and a docked tail. She is not deaf. Babs was very nervous and shaking. She patiently let me check her teeth and her ears. She was also excited to be out of the kennel. She is not jumpy at all. I was not able to dog test, but shelter staff said she's fine with other dogs. She was okay on the leash, she appeared so excited to be out of her kennel that she couldn't focus. Shelter staff stated she knows sit, but I couldn't get her to do it, probably due to her nerves. Babs was very intent on the shelter cats behind the glass. The shelter staff emphatically stated no cats. Babs is in heat. She has one skin tag on inside of back leg. She has had a litter at some point due to size of nipples. She is super skinny and in need of groceries and a spa day. Heartworm status is negative according to the shelter. Babs has really white, clean teeth with very little tarter. She does have some gray. She is really a beautiful flashy brindle girl, or will be once she's fed and cleaned up. Her huge brown eyes begged for love. I think she'd be a great foster and deserves to find a home where she's loved. She was found as a stray and has not been claimed.

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 18141 in your email please.
BIN 18079BIN#: BIN 18079

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Emma is a 9.5 year old medium sized spayed flashy fawn female with natural ears and a docked tail. She weighs about 53 pounds. This is a heartbreaking Story. The owner is living in a homeless shelter with her son. Her father had her boxer, but could no longer keep her. The shelter has been very kind about the situation, but Emma is having a hard time adjusting. Emma was not crated when living in a home (apartment). Since she has been at the homeless shelter they have tried crating her and she has busted out. It makes her very anxious. She is very friendly and loves everyone. The owner said she is big and small dog friendly, child friendly and enjoys everyone. She is probably one of the calmest boxers I have ever met. She is house trained and not crate trained. It is been quite a while since she has bathed her, but she does have a very pretty coat that is very soft. Her nails haven't been trimmed lately. She doesn’t get much exercise, She seems to really like going on walks after it rains. She is very mellow, so I would say low energy level. She has never played with toys. She use to feed her Purina, since being at the shelter with her, they have her on science diet. Emma knows verbal and nonverbal commands for sit, stay and lay. She walked very calmly did not pull at all. The owner said she really doesn’t have to discipline her. When asked about how she was with rawhides, she stated she had never had one. She was very very calm and I saw no signs of being needy or aggressive whatsoever. She was vaccinated in December 2017 and had heart worm prevention in December also. The owner has had this baby since she was born it is breaking her heart to give her up, but she doesn’t know where she will end up or when and feels it is the best possible choice. She loves to snuggle and be told she is pretty and sung to, She also loves black olives and sardines. I thought nothing of this old girl that would cause any concerns whatsoever. Owner said nothing seems to really bother her other than she doesn’t like to ride in cars for long periods of time. She seems to be in good shape with the exception of a tumor the size of a small baseball on her back leg . Owner stated it had been there for 4 to 5 years and is slow-growing. Owner stated she has been seen by a vet through the shelter. Her teeth were also worn down.

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 18079 in your email please.
BIN 18103BIN#: BIN 18103

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Fella is a 4 year old medium sized unaltered brindle male with natural ears and a docked tail. He has no known injuries or illnesses. He does have some bumps of some kind on his front left paw. Fella is due for his rabies vaccination next month and had his last dose of heart worm prevention in January. The children mentioned that Fella does not like loud noises or thunderstorms. He is crate trained and can stay in a crate for up to 8 hours. He is not a fan of nail trims and does okay for bath time but it doesn't seem to be his favorite thing. This family just doesn't have time for a dog. The children are busy with school and extra activities. The dad is a truck driver, so he is not home a lot. When the family is home, Fella has free roam of the house but he is not allowed on the furniture. Fella is usually kept in the laundry room when family is away. He seems to be fine with new people, he was happy to see us when we arrived; he did jump, but it was very gentle. Owner says Fella has never been around female dogs. Fella has met a few unaltered male dogs and they didn't really seem to get along; however, maybe the introductions were not ideal. I think a neuter and proper intros would greatly help if it's an issue. Owner says Fella is house trained but he did lift his leg inside while we were there. Fella doesn't get a lot of exercise. He will play in the backyard and does get an occasional walk. Owner says he has a medium energy level. He appeared to be very low-key while we were there, almost as if he doesn't really play very much. Fella is not possessive with toys. He eats Eukanuba chicken, dry. I was not able to get him to do any commands. They did go to Petco/Pesmart for training, but it was not completed. Fella pulls a on a leash with the older child but not so much with the dad. Owner say Fella really doesn't need correction. Family says taking food/toys from him is not an issue. His playmate just recently passed and owner stated that they were fed separately to avoid any conflict over food and he thought there could have been an issue because the other dog had been sick. Fella is rather laid back boy but he did just recently lose his playmate about a month or so ago, another unaltered male. I think he's just looking for love and attention and is not getting it in the current home, due to the family's busy lifestyle. He needs a neuter and some groceries, as he's a little on the thin side. I think if he was to get in a home where he got the love he needs, he would thrive. He's young and and very good looking and what adopters are looking for. Could someone open their home to him for a little while?

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 18103 in your email please.
BIN 18148BIN#: BIN 18148

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: ***Update 4/18: Owner's are moving at the middle of May and can not take Arlie with them.*** Arlie is a small, 6-7 year old neutered fawn male with natural ears and a docked tail. He is not deaf. Arlie is not vaccinated nor is he current on heart worm prevention. In the last couple of months, Arlie has lost a significant amount of weight despite having a good appetite. He also is very thirsty and urinates frequently due to his water consumption. It is unknown when he was last examined by a vet. The current owners cannot afford to take him to the vet. They currently live in a small apartment with another large dog and a small dog. The boyfriend is the current owner and he has started traveling for work during the week, so Arlie is crated most of the time. Arlie is crated when they are away for greater than 8 hours a day. He is quiet in the crate and goes in the crate without any issues. Arlie was extremely friendly he walked right up to me to climb in my lap and give kisses. He is good with children and currently lives with a small child. Arlie is house trained. He may have an accident if he really needs to go and he doesn’t get outside fast enough. Alrie does well with baths. They haven’t clipped his nails and he is in need of a nail clipping. They will take Arlie for short walks and he likes to play with the other dogs in the household. The current owners say that he is active and loves to play. He was not overly excited. He does not show aggression nor is he possessive of his treats or toys. He was chewing on a raw hide and allowed me to take it away from him without any issues. He currently is free fed Senior Pedigree dry dog food. He has never had any formal training that they are aware of. He did not how to sit. He does pull on the leash when he is walked. Arlie is verbally corrected for unwanted behaviors. Arlie seemed to be a very well adjusted boxer in need of medical evaluation. He will bark if he hears someone outside. Arlie doesn’t show any fears with storms, children or loud noises.

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 18148 in your email please.
BIN 18070BIN#: BIN 18070

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

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

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 18070 in your email please.
BIN 18118BIN#: BIN 18118

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Adolf is a 7 or 8 year old neutered medium sized brindle male with cropped ears and a docked tail. He appears to be very well cared for, he seems to be in great shape for a senior. Weight is appropriate, no lumps or bumps noted. Eyes are clear, teeth may need a good dental and he has a little halitosis. A little shedding is noted but overall Adolf looks very healthy. He has a splash of grey on his face that is the only indicator of his age. The owner is a single gentleman who cares for several special needs and hospice small dogs. He found Adolf about a year ago when he was doing a lengthy remodeling job. Adolf was a stray hanging out with 3 other dogs and owner began to feed him. No one ever showed up to claim Adolf, so when the remodel job was over, he brought Adolf home. Unfortunately, owner will soon be moving his terminally ill brother in with him to live out his remaining days in Texas. Owner feels that he will not be able to care for 10 dogs, his brother and work responsibilities. It is obvious that this is a very difficult decision for him and that the owner & Adolf are bonded. Owner states his home is divided into several areas separated by baby gates for all the dogs. Adolf is kept inside when owner is home and at work. He initially kept Adolf in an outside kennel when he went to work but Adolf would dig out and go to the house. After a couple of times, owner decided to let Adolf just have the run of the house and this arrangement has worked out fine. He is housebroken and has not had any accidents inside the home. On being let out to do his business, he returns within 5-10 minutes to door to be let back in. He has a dog bed that he sleeps on with several of the little dogs snuggling up to him. Adolf is very friendly towards new people. He was curious about each of us and trotted over casually to say hello, sniff and decided to lean in for some lovin'. He did not jump up on anyone, very calm and chill. He lives with 8-9 other small dogs, one of whom we met and he allows them to lick his face and sleep with him. He currently lives in the country on top of a hill overlooking the lake but owner says he stays close by and does not wander off or chase critters. He is very attentive to owner and acts like a gentleman. Owner patted his shirt and only then did Adolf put his paws on owners chest without jumping. It is again obvious how well Adolf is loved and loves in return. He will approach owner when he wishes to go out and has not had any accidents in the home. Owner has never crated Adolf. Adolf has the run of the house and lives with 8-9 smaller dogs with medical issues. Adolf gives owner no problems with bathing. He has not bathed him much but didn't remember any issues. Currently, his nails need to be trimmed. Owner has only done it once but stated he had no problems with Adolf. Adolf plays in the yard chasing sticks and balls. He loves to play keep away with those items with owner. He also plays with the smaller dogs. Owner occasionally takes Adolf with him as he loves car rides. Adolf is super chill and calm; he is the epitome of James Bond kind of cool. Not much seems to bother him and his manner looks relaxed and comfortable. He bounced around in the yard with one of the smaller dogs and kept rotating between the 3 volunteers for belly rubs and kisses. Adolf would be a great fit for any of our adopters who love a laid back attitude and someone to go on long walks with. Owner feeds Adolf once a day in the evenings. He eats Blue Buffalo or Science Diet wet due to his gums and possible dental issues. Adolf demonstrated sit, down and come on command and sat quietly at owner's feet. In the past, owner had been a dog trainer and has worked with him to some extent. Adolf responds to his voice immediately. There were no signs of intimidation or cowering; he watches for cues from owner and stays nearby. Adolf does beautifully off leash walking calmly beside owner. Nearby squirrels or other distractions did not bother him. Owner stated he has not ever had to correct Adolf and only uses verbal signals with his dogs. He does not believe in use of physical corrections to discipline. Owners states he has only heard Adolf growl once in the year he has had him and it was over another dog taking his food away (but also stated that it was an alpha bossy female). He stated that it was an isolated incident and otherwise he is submissive to the other dogs and several of the smaller ones will eat out of his bowl. Adolf seems to be the perfect boxer with a calm gentle demeanor. We were not able to kid or cat test him but owner said recently a possum was on the porch and Adolf followed it down the steps, possum went to the right and Adolf went to the left without bothering the possum. He dug out of an outside kennel a couple of times but stayed close to the house. He did not bark or show fear when meeting new people. Adolf seems to be a happy go lucky kind of boxer. Cannot say enough how laid back and chill he appears to be. He does seem to be attached to his owner who is visibly upset about needing to find him a new home. He deserves to have a loving family for the rest of his years. I see a lot of long walks and snuggling together in his future. His pictures do not do him justice. Adolf does not care for thunderstorms or firecrackers. During storms, owner will be holding all the dogs in his lap. Adolf wants nothing to do with guns. If owner picks one up, Adolf backs away. He does not like riding in the back of a truck apparently as owner tried to put him in truck bed while on the property and Adolf jumped down but he DOES like to ride in the front and go for rides.

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 18118 in your email please.
BIN 18137BIN#: BIN 18137

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Abel is an approximately 6 year old neutered flashy fawn male with natural ears and a docked tail. He weighs about 65 to 70 pounds. He is being surrendered due to finances. His owner lost his job 11 months ago and he has 3 children and a 4 on the way. They purchased Abel as a puppy from a breeder and can no longer afford to feed him or pay for vetting. He is kept inside, mom is home so he is never outside for long. Abel is good with all people. He is careful around small children in the family (observation), but greets adults very enthusiastically. He needs a little training on jumping up. He is house and crate trained, but is not currently crated. He is good for bathing and grooming and nail trims, he allowed me to check body, teeth and ears. He gets daily exercise with other family dog, kids and walks. He is very high energy and typical boxer upper body play style. He is the more docile to the 2 family dogs. He is not possessive with toys, anyone can take a toy from him. He currently eats Victor dry food. Abel is fed in the morning, and eats all his food immediately. He did attend group class and knows sit and down. He is very treat motivated. He is good on the leash with his dad, he pulls with his mom. He is disciplined using verbal correction and time out. He would not react to family member or stranger taking a food bowl or rawhide from him. He took treats from me very gently and would wait when I asked. He is protective of bones/chews when other dogs approach. He does not protect food or toys, and is not reactive to people. He is good with cats, but won't leave them alone and doesn't understand when they don't like him, he is in danger of getting scratched. He jumps up to great. He is not up to date on vaccinations and heart worm prevention. Abel is a very sweet boy, playful, silly, energetic, and beautiful. He is gentle with the family children and responds to a few commands. He is very treat motivated and craves attention, he will respond well to training. He has lots of energy and will need daily exercise. Abel will be a wonderful addition to a new home with or without children, other dogs or cats. He was afraid of drains on the sidewalk when he was young, but is no longer. He is very healthy. he has a history of 2 ear infections, both treated by the vet. He is allergic to fleas, not currently on flea prevention meds. He has occasional diarrhea (when he gets into the trash).

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 18137 in your email please.
BIN 18109BIN#: BIN 18109

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Macey is a 6 to 7 year old unaltered small white female with natural ears and a docked tail. The owners told me that they need to re-home Macey for they have decided to move into an RV to live, and Macey does not do well cooped up. They have a 5 year old son, and a young girl (2 years old), so quarters will be tight. This is Macey's 3rd home and they have had her about 5 years. She was to be used to breed, but when she did not do well in that arena, they placed her, and that home ultimately placed her with this family. She may have had one litter. You can see her teets in the pictures are large and droopy. Macey has been crated trained in the past and did well. This family has not crated her in a long time, she roams the home freely. Macey was an absolute dream girl. She took right to me, she has children in the home, and is currently living with a cat! She has had a couple of hissing fits and snipped at a cat on one occasion, no altercation, but they then kept them apart just in case. She has had no incidents with Macey and the children. They do not allow feeding to take place around the children as a precaution. She is house and crate trained, however she has not been in crate for a long time. She is fairly good with bathing. She gets a little anxious for nail trims. Macey is allowed to run in the back yard, and freely in the front yard for exercise. She does listen to commands to return to the yard and the neighbors seemed to know her. She does very well on a leash. Macey has a lot of energy! She came to me frequently to kiss me, but then was off sniffing and playing with the son. She loves to be loved on, but then she is off so I would consider her to have a high energy level. Owners state that she is anxious and feel she needs a lot of attention - what Boxer doesn't! She is not possessive with toys. She eats dry and wet food. They use a special food bowl because she tends to eat too fast and gags some. They feel she may have lost a little weight so have been adding some broth to the food. She is a very small girl, and as cute as can be. She did not look underfed, but I have nothing to compare to. Rawhides will make her gag, and they seem to catch on her teeth leading to bad breath as well, so they quit giving them to her. She has a very nice underbite, teeth need cleaning and a couple of teeth are missing. She does know sit, shake and down. This training she obtained from the owners working with her. She was so excited to entertain me that it took her a bit to show off her skills, but I did witness her training. When Macey has to go to potty she will sit at the door and stare, then whine, and then will start scratching the door if you have not addressed her needs! All the time with the "Elvis" look. If you are under a blanket and move a leg or arm, she thinks it's a game and will start playing. She focuses on your hands while playing! She is very good on the leash, she does not pay any real attention to other animals when walking. She is disciplined using verbal correction. Macey did snip at a cat one time, no injuries and it was a bit ago. She is in a home with a 5 year old and 2 year old and they have had no problems with her and the kids. Macey did not bark or jump on me when I went to the door. She appears to be a very friendly and loving girl, small and as cute as can be. Owner did ask that we step outside for she was excited and may potty on the floor. She did potty after we got out, 3 times while I was there. Family reports some anxiety and neediness. She seems to be very well adjusted to this home, having been here for 5 years. The son knows almost everything about the dog as well as the parents. She has no vet records, so we have to assume she is not up to date on vaccinations and heart worm prevention. I feel this Boxer would be suited to a home that can meet her energy level, and love on her. She has been with children and cats, so that would not be a concern. She may be lonely if she doesn't have children, I don't know. She is so so cute and loving and a great addition for a family. I would think that everyone that meets her would want to take her home! I know she will be fully vetted upon rescue, and once her medical needs are addressed (spay and heart worm status), I think she would transition well. The owners state she is anxious being crowded or in small spaces. This was one reason they quit crating her. She has decreased vision her right eye, possible allergy in her left eye, the tips of ears have some scaling that they say has been there long time, tender to touch, but not not open. The owner stated he thought Macey had poor vision in her right eye, however I could not determine that to be accurate at this time. She does have a lot of discoloring below her left eye, with some swelling. Owner thought it was allergies and was treated with human eye drops, then water and honey. It is still a little swollen and discolored. I did not feel any lumps, bumps, nor were there areas of missing hair. Her urine was a light yellow.



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BIN 18046BIN#: BIN 18046

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

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

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BIN 18131BIN#: BIN 18131

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Bella is a 3 year old spayed 50ish pound brindle female with natural ears and a docked tail. Owner took her into her home after original owner was going to take her to a shelter. Bella gets along wonderfully with one of the owner's dog, but has some issues with the other one. This coupled with her husband losing his job and finances changing, they feel the right thing to do is to help find her another home. She currently has free range of the home. She is not left alone very much due to someone usually being home with the pets. She has been crated in the past for a full day and has done well. She has free access to the outside through a doggie door as well. She is able to sleep through the night without having to go outside, nor any accidents. Bella is a love bug! She does well with all family members and their 20-month old son. When I entered the home, she was excited to see me and I received lots of kisses, she was not jumpy at all. Apparently, she hasn't ever met a stranger and is happy to give out love to anyone who is willing to receive it. She is housetrained. She is crated trained and used to be crated for up to 8 hours in a wire crate. Her owners have not bathed her or groomed her since she has been with them. Owner did state you are able to look in her mouth and ears without any issues. Owners do not know how she would behave as they have not had to trim her nails. The only exercise she receives is while she is playing in the yard, running around. She is a playful girl and will run boxer burns in the backyard, play with one of her fur brothers often, but otherwise is a calm gal and ready to lie on the couch with you to snuggle. Sounds like she has the perfect energy level for her age. Bella is not really interested in toys. She is eating the Kirkland's organic dry food. Owner has only had her a few months. They have not taken her to formal training and don't know whether she has had any in the past. Bella knows sit and lie down. She has learned to wait in a sitting position and will not eat until told it's okay. She does well on a leash, a little pulling at first, but calms down. Bella is only given verbal correction, which she responds easily to. Bella has shown food aggression with the other dogs in the house. She will growl or snap at the other dogs should they come near her food or any food that might be lying around on the floor. Owners have not tried to physically take her food away from her due to not knowing what her reaction might be towards them. All dogs are now separated during meal time. They do not give out treats. In the past, Bella has been a counter surfer when left alone in the kitchen and food is on the counter. There was an incident where Bella got out of the front door and took off. They found her a couple streets over and she immediately hopped in the car to go home when called. They feel she might be a runner and have taken precautions that she will not be able to escape again from an open door. Owner stated she have never been destructive in their home. Bella is current on all vaccinations. She is not on heart worm prevention. Bella is a sweet, beautiful girl. Her little nub was wagging and she was giving out kisses to everyone the entire time I was visiting with her family. Due to the fact she loves one of her fur brother and instigates fights with the other, I feel she may just be dog selective. She loves attention and will give you "the lean". She is super happy when grabbing some rays of sun. She is currently heartworm positive. She does not have any other illnesses or injuries.

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BIN 18155BIN#: BIN 18155

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Marley is a 7 year old small spayed fawn female with natural ears and a docked tail. She is not deaf. Marley is kept inside and outside depending on the weather. She’s good with all people. She is house trained and crate trained. She is kept in the crate about 4 hours usually, but can go longer if needed. She is horrible with bathing, grooming and nail trimming. Marley is exercised with a weekly walk and has a big backyard. Her energy is kind of lazy, but she loves to play. She is not possessive over toys. She’s fed Pedigree dry food. She has had no formal training. Her leash behavior is not great. The owner doesn’t use any type of discipline. Nothing seems to phase her, she’s comfortable in all settings. Marley hasn’t shown any food, treat, or toy aggression to the family. Unknown how she would react with strangers taking something from her. She is not friendly with other dogs. Date of last vaccinations was December 2017. She is on heart worm prevention but unknown on the date last given. She has no medical issues. Owner is surrendering due to moving.

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BIN 18019BIN#: BIN 18019

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

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

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BIN 18106BIN#: BIN 18106

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Roxcee has been saved by another rescue!

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BIN 18101BIN#: BIN 18101

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Joe has a foster home!

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BIN 18098BIN#: BIN 18098

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Mick was adopted from the shelter!

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BIN 18147BIN#: BIN 18147

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Paco was pulled by another rescue!

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BIN 18093BIN#: BIN 18093

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: I was saved by another rescue!

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BIN 18084BIN#: BIN 18084

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Tara has a foster home!

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BIN 17536BIN#: BIN 17536

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Maya has a foster home!

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BIN 18140BIN#: BIN 18140

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Kaizer is no longer available to rescue, he is adoption only at the shelter.

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BIN 18142BIN#: BIN 18142

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Buster has a foster home!

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BIN 18063BIN#: BIN 18063

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Chase has a foster home!

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BIN 18129BIN#: BIN 18129

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Shay Lynn has a foster home!

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BIN 18086BIN#: BIN 18086

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: My owner found me!

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BIN 18153BIN#: BIN 18153

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: I was saved by another rescue!

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BIN 18119BIN#: BIN 18119

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Halo has a foster home!

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BIN 18138BIN#: BIN 18138

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: I was adopted from the shelter!

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BIN 18099BIN#: BIN 18099

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: This girl was saved by another rescue!

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BIN 18144BIN#: BIN 18144

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: I was saved by another rescue!

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BIN 18105BIN#: BIN 18105

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Charlie's owner decided to keep him!

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BIN 18071BIN#: BIN 18071

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Ranger has a foster home!

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BIN 18123BIN#: BIN 18123

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: I was adopted from the shelter!

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BIN 18114BIN#: BIN 18114

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Fall was adopted from the shelter!

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BIN 18089BIN#: BIN 18089

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Millie was adopted from the shelter!

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BIN 17525BIN#: BIN 17525

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Katie'w owner rehomed her!

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BIN 18065BIN#: BIN 18065

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Apollo has a foster home!

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BIN 18073BIN#: BIN 18073

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Maggie Mae has a foster home!

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BIN 17024BIN#: BIN 17024

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Smudge was helped by another rescue.

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BIN 18145BIN#: BIN 18145

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Daisy Mae was saved by another rescue!

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BIN 18133BIN#: BIN 18133

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: This boy is adoption only at the shelter and not in need of rescue.

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BIN 18132BIN#: BIN 18132

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: I was adopted from the shelter!

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BIN 18135BIN#: BIN 18135

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: I have a foster home!

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BIN 18068BIN#: BIN 18068

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Zeus has a foster home!

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BIN 18121BIN#: BIN 18121

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Turkish was adopted from the shelter!

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BIN 18095BIN#: BIN 18095

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Kobe has been moved to an adoption center with the shelter and is safe!

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BIN 18097BIN#: BIN 18097

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Mack was adopted from the shelter!

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BIN 18083BIN#: BIN 18083

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Jax has a foster home!

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BIN 18115BIN#: BIN 18115

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Spring was saved by another rescue!

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BIN 18146BIN#: BIN 18146

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: LuLu was saved by another rescue!

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BIN 18104BIN#: BIN 18104

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Bailey's Has a foster home!

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BIN 18107BIN#: BIN 18107

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: I am being saved by another rescue!

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BIN 18124BIN#: BIN 18124

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: I am being saved by another rescue!

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BIN 18130BIN#: BIN 18130

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Stoney LaRue's owner has stopped communicating with us, so we are unable to help.

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BIN 18085BIN#: BIN 18085

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Gunner has a foster home!

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BIN 18087BIN#: BIN 18087

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Kirk's owner found him!

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BIN 18120BIN#: BIN 18120

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Maggie was adopted from the shelter!

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BIN 18082BIN#: BIN 18082

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Turbo was adopted from the shelter!

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BIN 18150BIN#: BIN 18150

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: I am being saved by another rescue!

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BIN 18096BIN#: BIN 18096

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Buster has been moved to an adoption facility with the shelter and is safe!

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BIN 18094BIN#: BIN 18094

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Allie has a foster home!

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