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Hi everyone, my name is Ninja! I have been with my foster family for just a few weeks now. I am super sweet and pretty chill for a boxer. I lay around most of the day on whatever seems comfortable (couch, floor, box, laps). My mom wonders if I�ll get some energy back when I am all better though. I still have a few hurdles ahead of me, I�m heartworm positive and currently unaltered.
I love to cuddle with my mom! I�m great with the little toddler they have running around here. He tries to be gentle but will roll on me and sit on me sometimes, but I don�t mind at all and love the attention. He also gives me kisses and hugs!
I�m pretty quiet too. I rarely bark or make any noise. When my fur-sister starts to bark, I�ll occasionally jump in on the fun but not usually. She�s an older, smaller dog, and we get along great! We never fight or get angry with each other. She�s used to having girls around so I bet she�s happy to have a hunk like me around these days. ;)
I came to my foster family pretty skinny, with my ribs showing. I�ve since eaten quite a bit and have started to put on some weight. I�ll let you know how much I weigh these days after my next check-up next week. They have me on a grain free no poultry diet right now because they think I might have a food allergy. That�s okay though, the Salmon and Sweet Potato food they have me on is DELISH!
My mom says I am house trained but not crate trained yet. They are working on it with me though. I usually just get free range of the house, if they are home or away, and they have a dog door for me so I use it when I need to go potty, and that�s about it. After being outside for a while before I was fostered, this AC they have for me feels way too good to be spending my time outside.
Everyone who meets me says I am one cool dog! So calm when people come over and I haven�t jumped up on a single one of them. Mom and dad say I will make the best fur baby for whomever adopts me.
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