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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 16443BIN#: BIN 16443

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

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

This is a 2 year old unaltered medium sized fawn female with cropped ears and a docked tail. She is not deaf. What a little sweet heart. She was scared as I was getting her out, she was wanting to stay right beside me. Once we got outside and I started petting her, her little nub started wagging ninety miles an hour. She was very calm and curious. She kept following me around wanting me to start playing with her and checking everything out. She seems like she would be fine with children. Walking out past other dogs, she seemed uninterested. She did see some other dogs behind the fence that she was a little curious about, but she never barked. We walked through the kennels for a few minutes and she seemed like it was no big deal, she was very uninterested. She walked okay on a leash, but I was not able to get her to sit or stay. Cat test was not available. I saw no lumps or bumps. She was missing a little hair on her elbow. It looks like she might have had some bite marks on her neck that were healing and her ears look like they had been maybe bitten by flies. She did seem to have an eye infection as one was very red and both had eye discharge. Heart worm status unknown. Pictures do not do this little girl justice she was a doll. She will be off hold 9/28 and considered urgent at that time.

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 16443 in your email please.

BIN 16372BIN#: BIN 16372

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: ***URGENT DUE TO TIME AT SHELTER***

Update 9/16: Shelter has found out that he is food aggressive with other dogs and is now urgent. Angelo is a 6 year old medium sized neutered white male with natural ears and a docked tail. He is not deaf. Angelo is really sweet. He was very happy and pottied outside. He was very kissy and hopped up on the bench to say hi and give kisses. He trotted around the yard and barked/raced to the fence when a guy went out with some trash. Probably best with kids over 10 as he was jumpy (he was happy to have visitors). He came in with his "brother" (BIN 16371) and got along well with him in the play yard. They were the only two in the play yard, but neither seemed fazed by the shelter noise. No opportunity to go past other dogs in the shelter. Angelo knew off and sit, but was too excited to do anything else but say hi. No opportunity to leash test. His owners either crated him or left him in the backyard. Unknown how much interaction he had with them. Unable to cat test. Angelo didn't have any lumps or bumps. Heart worm status is unknown (shelter doesn't test for it), but since shelter worker told me he was mostly an outside dog and had not had other vaccinations, Angelo is likely heart worm positive. He has clear eyes and clean ears. His teeth had some plaque (his age is listed at 6 years, owner had since he was a puppy). His toenails were a little long. Shelter worker had recently bathed Angelo and his brother - they were stinky but had no fleas or ticks. He was an owner surrendered to shelter because of marriage/relationship split.

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 16372 in your email please.

BIN 16371BIN#: BIN 16371

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: ***URGENT DUE TO TIME AT SHELTER***

Update 9/16: Shelter has found out that he is food aggressive with other dogs and is now urgent. Titus is a 10ish year old large sized neutered fawn male with natural ears and a docked tail. He is not deaf. Titus is friendly and big. He was happy to say hello to us and pottied outside a few times. He enjoyed stretching his legs in the visiting yard and hopped up on the bench a few times to give me kisses. He was alert and galloped around the yard. He barked at a person who came out of the building and ran over to that side of the fence. It was more an alert action than anything else. I think he'd be good with kids older than 12 because he is large (about 70 lbs) and in good shape. I think he knows his size because he was careful jumping up to say Hi. He came in with his "brother" (BIN 16372) and got along well with him in the play yard. They were the only two in the play yard, but neither seemed fazed by the shelter noise. Titus knew off and sit, but was too excited to do anything else but say Hi. No opportunity to leash test. His owners either crated him or left him in the backyard. Unknown how much interaction he had with them. Unable to cat test. Heart worm status unknown (shelter doesn't test for it), but since shelter worker told me he was mostly an outside dog and had not had other vaccinations, Titus is likely heartworm positive. He has clear eyes and clean ears. His teeth had some plaque (his age is listed at 7 years, owner had since he was a puppy). He is very frosted on his face and back (stress of living?) He had one small bump on his right side, a 3mm lump on his upper right flank and a small growth on the inside of his left back leg. His toenails were kind of long. Owner surrendered to shelter because of marriage/relationship split.

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 16371 in your email please.

BIN 16440BIN#: BIN 16440

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

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

Tyson is a 10 year old unaltered medium sized fawn male with natural ears and a docked tail. He is not deaf. The minute I walked in Tyson was a happy skinny wiggle butt boxer. He was very friendly and gentle. He gave me kisses and kisses. He just really wanted to sit in my lap and eat treats! I think he would be excellent with all ages of children as he is older and not jumpy (just wiggly). He previously lived with another dog and they got along fine. As the shelter was full he was being kept in a room so there was not an opportunity to walk him by any other dogs. He knew how to sit when there were treats involved (smart guy)! He would not perform any other commands. There was no cat test available. He had a couple nipples that were gumball size. He also had a gumball size lump on his right back hip. There was a "erosion" of skin on his lower back. Severe gum hyperplasia to the point the only teeth that were exposed were his canines. Heart worm NEGATIVE per the shelter test!!!!! This older gentleman needs a loving home to get him out of the overflowing shelter. He will not have much time due to age and the shelter being full.

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 16440 in your email please.

BIN 16448BIN#: BIN 16448

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: This is a 6 to 9 month old unaltered small sized flashy brindle male with natural ears and a docked tail. He is not deaf. He was a little jumpy and wiggly while the shelter worker was getting him out of the kennel. Once out, he was very timid and a little scared. Even thought he didn't seem to be overly energetic, it could just be because of the environment. I think he might jump up knock a small child down. Children over 5 should be okay. He was found with another dog and they are kenneled together. He seemed uninterested in the other dogs when the shelter worker walked him out. He leaned in and tried to jump up softly for a hug a few times. He reacted to verbal corrections, but didn't respond to specific commands. He sat when pushed on the back. Not sure if he's potty trained as both him and his friend made a mess in the kennel. The shelter worker admitted that the problem might be that they ran out of food and had to mix in human food. He was not cat tested. Heart worm status is unknown. No lumps, bumps or missing hair. He's very young and seems healthy, just severely underweight. He's adorable! He needs to gain at least 20 lbs to fill in, but once he does, he will be a stunning boxer! I feel he would be okay around people and other animals. He just needs a good bath, some groceries and lots of love. He is on hold until Oct 3rd.

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 16448 in your email please.
BIN 16190BIN#: BIN 16190

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: ***Update 9/26: If the owner is not able to find him a home within the next two weeks, they will be euthanizing him.*** Revis is a medium sized 9 year old neutered male brindle Boxer with natural ears and long tail. Owners have a new baby and they don't feel like they can trust him after an incident when their 4 year old was left unsupervised with him. He's house trained and they don't use a crate. He's free to roam the house unless they can't supervise him and then he is either put in another room or outside. Revis is pretty spunky for a 9 year old. If not for his grey face you'd think he was still a puppy. He's full of boxer energy. He's great with the family's 7 year old daughter and he was fine with our young daughter who went on the evaluation as well. They said he's fine with baths, unknown nail trims. For exercise he plays in the backyard. I was able to take his ball away from him numerous times. The family's young daughter was able to take his ball away from him without any issues. He does the typical play growl that boxers make when playing tug o war. He's doesn't do the drop it command very well. Revis knows basic commands. Sit, stay, down. They said he's fine on walks. Owners use verbal correction. Owners state he is current on vaccinations and on HWP. I think Revis would be a fairly easy Foster. The family said he's always been fine at the dog park although he tries to be the alpha for the first few minutes that he's there. I didn't notice him having any issues with children although I'd suggest he be supervised if he's with children under 5 or ones that aren't dog savvy. He has no known health problems.

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 16190 in your email please.
BIN 15695BIN#: BIN 15695

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: **Update 9/4: He is living outside 100% of the time now. Owner is thinking of taking him to the shelter in the hopes that could make a foster home available faster :(** Chopper is a 7 year old small neutered flashy fawn male with natural ears and a docked tail. It was discovered a few years ago that daughter was very allergic to Chopper and this family has tried various approaches to keep the dogs because these are very loved pets. However, the only thing that works is to keep the dogs out of the house. This means the dogs are kept in a fenced area -- weather permitting -- with a shelter during the day, and crated in a room at night. They dogs are very unhappy and the neighbors complain about barking. In recent months the owner was laid off and now has a new job requiring travel, which only makes managing time outside more difficult. Chopper is kept in a 1/2 acre fenced area with shelter outside all days when the weather is agreeable. Otherwise he is in a crate inside that he shares with his fur sister. Chopper is good with kids and all people. He is house trained and crate trained, he can go up to 10 hours at a time. It is unknown how he is for bathing or grooming. He never needs nail trims, so it is unknown how he is for them. Chopper runs in his fenced area all day with other boxer Gretchen for exercise. He runs the fence and likes to bark at neighbors. For this reason, Chopper wears a bark collar that shocks him if he continues to bark after the collar emits a warning click. Chopper has great energy. He was very excited because we were visiting. He is not possessive with toys. He eats Kirklands Chicken & Rice, 2 cups a day at singular evening feeding. Chopper went to puppy class. He knows sit and "Box" (which means go to your crate) Pulls a little on the leash per the owner. He is disciplined using verbal correction. Chopper is a sweet submissive dog; likes other dogs and kids. Don't know about cats. He is not up to date on vaccinations and is not current on heart worm prevention. Chopper's eyes were red as if he has an infection or an allergy. It's not cherry eye. Owner said Chopper's ears have hematomas and they would heal by themselves. So Chopper is reported to shake his head alot. (itches?) However, last vet visit was over a year ago and he still has them. Chopper has anxiety if he is alone. He is fine if he has another dog as a companion.

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 15695 in your email please.
BIN 16429BIN#: BIN 16429

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: ***Update 9/19: Owner will be putting Mojo in a shelter soon, he is in desperate need of our help.** Mojo is a 5 year old unaltered average sized fawn male with natural ears and a natural tail. He is being surrendered because his owner died. The current owner took Mojo in after her sister in law died. She has two small dogs of her own and says she cannot afford to have 3 dogs. He is kept inside under all circumstances. Mojo gets along with all adults and kids. In meeting Mojo, he did bark when I rang the doorbell. When I came into the house, he started to growl at me. It made me a little nervous and I did not try to pet him or go near him. The owner indicated it takes him a bit to get used to people. I did not attempt to approach him or get anywhere near him while the owner and I talked. At one point I asked if she thought it was okay for me to pet him. She said he is friendly. I got closer to him and he started to growl slightly. So I stayed away. But later he did approach me and start sniffing, at this point he did not seem aggressive, but I was still a little leary about petting him. He is house trained and not crate trained. He does okay with baths. He has one extremely long nail. They are nervous to trim it because they seem to think his feet are sensitive and have the impression his nail is ingrown. He plays in backyard with kids and other dogs for exercise, he loves to play fetch and tug of war. The owner says he can get very hyper/excited when he plays. I did not see this personally as we tried to keep him calm while I was there. He is not possessive of toys. He currently eats gravy train dry food. He knows sit and lay down. He walks okay on the leash but will pull if he sees another dog. He is disciplined using verbal correction. He would be okay if someone tried to take a rawhide or food bowl from him. He is not current on vaccinations or heart worm prevention. He seems leary of strangers. He has a lump on his head. The owner says he's had it for a long time, as far as she knows it hasn't caused any health problems.

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 16429 in your email please.
BIN 16366BIN#: BIN 16366

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Roxy is an approximately 8 year old unaltered medium sized flashy fawn female with natural ears and a docked tail. She is not deaf. She is being surrendered because her owners are being evicted from their home. She was kept on a chain outside 24/7 except in really cold weather. She was given to their mailman who had fed and watered her everyday when he came by on his route. Despite all this, she is very laid back and happy. She seems like she would do well with children, as she is not at all jumpy or nervous. She was also around kids in her pevious home without incident. Roxy does great with other dogs. She was in the yard with 8 other dogs at once from varying sizes from lab to chihuahua. She was playful but when other dog didn't want to play she left them alone. Even when another dog growled at her she was unphased and didn't react at all, just moved on. She is house trained and it is unknown if she is crate trained. She does well on a leash, but unknown if she knows any commands. She was not given direct contact with cats but did meet them through the fence and was very fixated on them and was difficult to redirect. She is good for bathing, very cooperative. Unknown how she is for grooming or nail trims. She has a fairly low energy level, but is playful. She does not appear to be possessive with toys. She eats wet and dry Pedigree food. She walks very well on a leash. She has no behaviors that would be considered an issue or that a foster home would need to be aware of. She is not up to date on vaccinations or heart worm prevention, but has been tested and is heart worm negative. She has a sore on her ear that has scabbed over and a few bumps on her skin. She may have some teeth missing or worn down. Her gums seemed really red and she appeared to have swelling or maybe a growth. She seems to eat fine, though. Roxy is a great dog and seems like she will fit in well with any other dog. She is friendly but not at all overbearing and she does not seem to jump on people.

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 16366 in your email please.
BIN 16408BIN#: BIN 16408

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Rocky is a 50 lb unaltered 9 year old fawn male Boxer with natural ears and docked tail. His family has young boys who are both involved with sports, which take them out of town several times a month. They also have lots of evenings where they are away from the home and he is alone. Currently Rocky is being boarded several days a month and the family feels it would be better for him to be with a family that is home more often and he will not have to spend time boarded with the vet. Rocky is mostly kept outside. He is allowed to come in at night and sleeps in his crate. Rocky is a sweet boy, very calm and gentle. Family has had him since he was a puppy. He loves their boys who are 16 and 9. He did not bark and was not aggressive towards us as we entered the home. We were able to pet him immediately without him being afraid. They stated he will bark when a stranger enters the yard, ie, lawn guys, etc. Family stated friends have brought their dogs over and he does fine with them being in the home. He is not aggressive towards other dogs while out for walks, just curious like he wants to play. Owner said if they have small children over and they pull or poke at him, he does well with no reaction. He is both house and crate trained. He is kept in his crate at night and at times when it is raining outside. Crate is metal/wire. Owner stated they bathe him outside and he does well. Likes to be rubbed during the bathing. Family stated vet trims nail and they do not know how he reacts to this. He is outside on his own for the majority of the day where he has free roam of the yard. Family stated when it's not too hot, their son will walk him on the leash. Rocky's energy level is low. Once we took him outside he did get more excited, but seemed happy and just trotted around. He does not have any toys that I could see. Family stated he was not possessive with toys. He has not had any professional training. He is super smart. He was able to show us sit, down, roll over, shake, and high-five. Family stated he learns quickly. Family stated Rocky doesn't really need correction, that he is a good dog. Says if anything, they will use verbal correction if necessary. Their oldest son reached in his food bowl and took some out to hand feed him and he was all wags. They stated he does not have any food aggression. He is a sweet boy and well behaved. Family stated since he is boarded several times a month, the vet keeps him up to date on vaccinations. They stated he will need one coming up in December. I wanted to take this boy home with me. He was gentle, sweet, happy and a love bug. He has been well taken care of and in good health. I feel like he would do well with any adopter. We could tell he loved the boys and is very attached to one specifically. Although he is 9, he does not appear to look his age. He is doesn't show any signs of arthritis or having difficulty health-wise due to his age. He is afraid of thunder and the washer and dryer. He tends to cry when he knows a storm is coming. Since the washer and dryer upset him, the family keeps the door to the laundry room closed. The dryer was running while we were there and he seemed fine.

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 16408 in your email please.
BIN 16413BIN#: BIN 16413

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Ollie is a 5 year old average sized neutered brindle male with natural ears and a natural tail. He is about 55 pounds. He lives with 3 other dogs and does great with the 2 females; however, he and the male beagle do not get along. The male beagle is the current owner's parents' dog and they live with their parents so it's an unfortunate situation. Ollie lives inside with the family. When they're gone he's free in the house with the female dogs and does great! Ollie is such a good boy; he is very gentle and affectionate. He does not jump; I even tried to get him to jump. He's very friendly with all new people. He is around young kids and again, very well mannered. Ollie is housetrained but we are unsure if he is crate trained as the current owners do not use a crate. Ollie goes to the groomer for nail trims and they have no issues. I rubbed all over his face, mouth, ears, feet, his whole body & he had no problem with it. He does well with bathing. Ollie gets his exercise by playing with the other dogs and he also gets time in a pen outside. He is very laid back, likes to play but doesn't get too worked up. He does box with the female pittie in the home and they have a blast together, mouth jousting, etc. Ollie current eats dry Pedigree. He does not show any aggression around food, toys, etc. He has lots of tricks and knows commands! He can sit, high five (can do this with both paws), down, come, and he knows his name. The current owners work with him at home and he's very treat motivated. You can tell he enjoys the attention he gets when they're training with him. He does great on the leash. The current owners use verbal correction for discipline. I would just suggest proper intro's with all dogs, maybe best with female dogs. We got to see him and the female pittie play and he was playing like a well balanced and very happy boy. Ollie is current on rabies. He is not currently taking HWP. Ollie is very loved and happy. He really does need a new home. From everything his current owners shared, I think he would be a very easy foster and easy to place into a loving home. He aims to please and wants his people to be proud of him. His coat is gorgeous, ears are clean, eyes are bright. His teeth are mostly clean, good breath, he's missing some canines but overall he looks in good health. He enjoys cuddling with his people & playing with his fur friends. They said he did well with a cat that was a stray that would come around the house. His owners would love to see him go into our rescue so he could have the best home. The only issue he has is the other male dog in the home. Both boys were neutered earlier this year.



Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 16413 in your email please.
BIN 16195BIN#: BIN 16195

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Mia is a 6 year old medium sized unaltered flashy fawn female Boxer with natural ears and docked tail. Owners are surrendering her because she recently Mia bit their 2 yr old nephew. Mia was napping and the boy sat/fell on her and she reacted. They indicated that he is very rough with the dogs and can be mean to them (pulling hair, hitting). In the beginning when the boy would bother Mia she would initially growl to warn, then there were a few nipping instances. This last time she did break the skin. Around the same time, Mia has began fighting with the other female boxer in the house, so now they are having to keep them separated full-time as well. The owner watches her nephew M-F for about 12 hrs a day. This means Mia is crated inside or kept outside while he is there and then kept separated from the other female when he is gone. Before the incident with nephew and the fighting with the other female boxer she was kept inside free to roam. She is great with adults and older children. The owner has had Mia since she was a puppy and she was absolutely fine with her own 3 kids and other children that visited the home until now. I would recommend kids over 10 years old just to be safe. She also lives with a small, male dog (Shih Tzu?) and does fine with him. Other than that she is not socialized with dogs (no walks, dog parks, etc) She is both house and crate trained. Can be crated 8-12 hours in a wire crate. She does okay with baths and nail trims. For exercise Mia could play in the back yard. Very calm for a boxer. No jumping at all. She would come over for pets while we were talking and rolled over to have her tummy rubbed. I didn't see any play while I was there. Owners said she's always been very mellow and even a little timid. She is free fed dry Ol Roy. No formal training. Would sit for a treat, but that's about it. They rarely walk her, but say she's ok on a leash and doesn't pull too much. Verbal correction is really all that's needed. If you raise your voice she will hide. Owners say she is pretty sensitive. No toy or food aggression. The 2 female boxers were feed side by side for 5+ years with no incidences. She just had her annual shots and said she was healthy. However, she is not on Heartworm prevention. She is shedding quite a bit and needs a pawdicure. Mia is a beautiful boxer who is calm and gentle. She seemed very subdued. I believe she would be a great boxer for a family with older children who know how to properly interact with a dog.

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 16195 in your email please.
BIN 16437BIN#: BIN 16437

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Meg is a 7.5 year old large sized spayed fawn female with natural ears and a docked tail. She is being surrendered because her owner feels that Meg would do best in a home where she's an only dog. Meg is crate trained, but hasn't been crated in a long time, as she does fine not being in there. When she was crated, she could be in a wire crate for 8 hours without any issues. She is fine with children, visitors and strangers. She never even barked when we arrived, and was just happy to have someone love on her. She didn't jump, but I think it's because her back leg was bothering her. She is house trained, she will go to the door to let you know she needs to go. Bath time is usually done outside. It's not her favorite thing, but she tolerates it. She get her nails done at the vet, and owner stated that she is usually muzzled when getting her nails done. Her nails are currently very long. Meg gets most of her exercise in the back yard. She used to get walked, but they have limited her walking due to her leg issues. She has a low energy level, but she is also a few pounds overweight. That, with a tender back leg, I don't think she feels much like playing. When she does play, owner states that she has short bursts of energy. She is possessive with her toys, she doesn't like to share, and she will totally destroy any type of stuffy toy. She eats Pedigree, and she is also on a diet. Not sure how much she needs to loose, but the vet suggested they cut back on her food. This may help with her leg also. She will sit and lay down, but that's it. She hasn't had any formal training. She walks okay on a leash. She doesn't need much correction, but she has been know to get into the trash. When she does this, she is sent outside for correction. Owner states that if a human were to take anything from her, it's not a big deal. Owner states that Meg is aggressive over food and toys with their other dog. They feel that she'd be best as an only dog. She hasn't always been like this, it started earlier this year when she was put on a diet. She hasn't always been as big as she is either,(thyroid issue maybe). She hasn't ever been fond of other dogs, but has always gotten along with the other dog in the home, until recently. People and kids she is fine with, I'd say older kids, due to her larger size. She is up to date on her vaccinations, but has not had heart worm prevention since March. She is a sweet girl, and I think if she were to shed a few pounds, she'd feel much better. Her knee would maybe feel better as well. She likes humans, she just not fond of other dogs. I thinks she'd be a great addition for a family wanting an older dog, that just wants to be loved on. She will pant during thunderstorms on occasion, and doesn't really seem to be bothered by too much else. She doesn't have any illnesses, or major injuries, however, she favors her back right knee a lot. They have had this checked with their vet and he had given her some pain meds, and she is being monitored. She did appear to have some discomfort during our evaluation, and she was either sitting or laying down most of the time.

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 16437 in your email please.
BIN 16341BIN#: BIN 16341

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Lettie is a 7 to 8 year old unaltered small white female with natural ears and a docked tail. She is not deaf. Owner is surrendering Lettie because she is an escape artist and she has some medical issues that the owner can not afford to treat. Lettie is crated when owner is away from the home. She is left free to roam when they are home. She is very good with adults and kids. She is house trained, but will have accidents on occasion. She is crate trained and can go up to 10 hours. She is used to an extra large crate. She likes bath time. It is unknown how she does for nail trims. She gets daily exercise, she plays in the yard for up to 3 hours a day. She is very active and really enjoys interacting with people. Lettie is not possessive with toys. She currently eats dry dog food, unknown brand and type. She has no training. She is not the best with leash walking, she needs training and someone to show her what to do. She is disciplined using verbal correction. She would have no reaction if someone took her food bowl or a rawhide from her. She knows how to share and is fine doing it. Things that an adopter or foster home would need to be aware of is she barks to come in when she is outside by herself and jumps up on people. She is up to date on vaccinations, she had them sometime in 2016 and is up to date on heart worm prevention, last dose given June 2016, but we have not received any vet records to substantiate this. Lettie needs room to run and will escape the yard if left alone. There is nothing that makes Lettie act worried or different than usual. She is not hyper, she is a very mellow dog. She has a cyst on her back left leg and she occasionally walks sideways.

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 16341 in your email please.
BIN 16284BIN#: BIN 16284

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Layla is a spayed medium sized fawn female with natural ears and a docked tail. She is housetrained. Layla's last vaccination was in 2015 and she is not current on heart worm prevention. Layla is being surrendered because the owner has a mix male that instigates arguments with Layla. There is also a new baby in the home and the owner feels this situation is dangerous for the child to be around. During the day, Layla is sometimes crated while inside. At night, she is crated for bed time. The current owners also keep her in her crate over 8 hours while they are at work. She is currently crated in a metal crate. Layla is very afraid and un-socialized. She exhibits extreme fear around adult men. A man and a 10yr old child were present with me for evaluation; Layla did not lunge or bite and has no history of that behavior but you could she that she was fearful. Once we sat and let her calm, She came to trust and let everyone interact with her. She took to the child quickly with all wags. SLOW intro's with adult men needed. I felt no danger, no aggression, just timid and alert. Layla is very sweet in nature. The owners have taken her in for nail to be trimmed twice and they say that the concrete keeps them trim. She gets baths at home and does well. The owner's time is limited and have walked her on occasion. Layla is free to roam in backyard to get her exercise. Layla was not focused with toys or play, but in her natural environment she is known to play well with others. She does enjoy toys and does not show any signs of aggression or possessiveness with her toys. Caution needs to be taken around other dominant males. Layla is energetic and has the capability of being very playful. She's in extremely good shape physically. Layla currently eats Iams dry dog food. Layla sits on command but has not had any other training. Layla does poorly on the leash. The current owners use verbal correction for discipline. She does not have any reaction towards adults or children removing toys or getting close to her food bowl. She has no problems eating with other animals at the same bowl, but - dominant males or females that display as attention hogs can easily start an argument. Layla displays attention issues with petting others and needs focus. Layla exhibits a very large prey drive. She will kill cats on contact. **NO CATS** Layla runs across street to meet other animals walking if she is loose. She does not display aggression towards strange dogs, she has friends in the neighborhood. Layla is a digger. Layla can easily jump a 6.5ft fence. When Layla gets free she will return and sit by the garage door. Layla has no direction and no training. Once she has been taught boundaries and becomes more socialized, she is a sweetheart. She wants and needs to know love.

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BIN 16442BIN#: BIN 16442

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Buster has a foster home!!!

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BIN 16382BIN#: BIN 16382

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Duchess's owner rehomed her!!!

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BIN 16430BIN#: BIN 16430

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Tyson was adopted from the shelter!!!

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BIN 16381BIN#: BIN 16381

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Maggie Mae Has a foster home!!!

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BIN 16424BIN#: BIN 16424

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Lynn has a foster home!!!

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BIN 16436BIN#: BIN 16436

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: I have a foster home!

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BIN 16386BIN#: BIN 16386

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Bailey has a foster home!!!

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BIN 16439BIN#: BIN 16439

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Apollo Has a foster home!!!

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BIN 16434BIN#: BIN 16434

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: I was saved by another rescue!

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BIN 16358BIN#: BIN 16358

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Cleo has a foster home!

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BIN 16411BIN#: BIN 16411

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Kelli Marie was adopted via another local rescue group!

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