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Hi everybody in LBR land, I’m Kramer. I have been relaxing here with my foster family and thought I should get around to telling y’all about myself. I am a 3 years old fawn male with a black mask, a bit of flash on my underside and toes, and I weigh in at 67 lbs. I am very affectionate and do love to cuddle or rest my head on your lap. I am very friendly to all the people I meet and my two fur brothers with whom I share my foster family. I’m not big on jumping or barking, although I can do both, but I am a licker extraordinaire. Some say my tongue is a foot long.
I am just as happy to lay in my crate as I am to settle into the recliner. You can find me just as likely to be in the crate, on the recliner, on a dog couch or dog bed. So, it may go without saying, I am crate and house trained. These days, at night, I sleep outside the unlocked crate but within my family’s gated dog room. I am fine when they go to bed and don’t whine or bark when they leave me to go to bed and sleep. I am a little sensitive to thunder storms but make my way through them reasonably well.
I have started some training and I have gotten pretty good at “sit”, “down” and “stay”. I am a bit of a chow hound so my foster father is using “stay” while he fills my dog bowl and “eat” to tell me to go for it. I’m getting better but not yet perfect. I also eat out of a round maze bowl to help me slow down while I eat.
Other than when I eat I am a rather calm fellow but I do enjoy a little playtime when allowed. I like furry toys mostly but will experiment with other toys. I enjoy a boxer burn or two but have always stopped after two, so far. I am heartworm negative but I do have a heart condition that we can talk about in more detail if you are interested in meeting me. That being said, if y’all would like to meet up why don’t you have your LBR people call my LBR people and we’ll see what we can wrangle up. Until then, hasta la vista amigos.
Kramer thanks The Boxer Gang Photography for donating his time and talent to help.
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