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BOXERS IN NEED!
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!

Please note that in most cases, LBR has no other information about these boxers other than what's listed here.


There are also boxers in shelters that we do not have pictures of. We need all the help we can get at this point. If you are interested in fostering for us, please fill out our foster application by clicking here.
BIN 20043BIN#: BIN 20043

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: ***Update 2/28: Owner moving 3/7 and can not take Rocco with her.*** Rocco is a three year old small (45 pounds) unaltered fawn male with natural ears and a docked tail. He is not deaf. His owner is going through divorce and these were here husband's dogs and doesn't want them. Owner doesn't have the time or space for the dogs - she may also be moving. Rocco is kept outside in a small fenced in area. Rocco behaves well with adults, children, and strangers/visitors. He is super friendly and loves attention. Rocco is not house trained or crate trained. Owner is unsure of how Rocco does for bathing and nail trims. Rocco plays in the back yard with another boxer and an English Bulldog. He is high energy and likes to play. He is not possessive with toys. He is currently fed Diamond Dry Dog Food. Rocco has had no training, doesn't know any commands. Rocco hasn't been trained on a leash and has poor leash manners. When he misbehaves verbal correction is used. Rocco is food aggressive - he growls at the other dogs in the home if they try to eat from his food bowl. Rocco is very jumpy. Per the owner, he hasn't jumped on children in the past but he does jump on adults, seeking affection. Per the owner, Rocco killed and ate Coco's puppies from her first litter. Rocco was kept separated from the puppies in the second litter. Per the owner, Rocco doesn't get along well with the English Bulldog in the home, however the dogs were together when I arrived and I didn't notice any aggressive behavior. Rocco is current on vaccinations and heartworm prevention. Rocco was recently moved from a one acre lot with space to play, to now living in a small backyard. He has always been an outside dog and will need someone who can give him the time and attention he deserves in order to learn good manners. He was very excited to meet me and my boyfriend as complete strangers - he is very jumpy and likes to give great boxer kisses. He was very affectionate and didn't show any signs of aggression.

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 20043 in your email please.
BIN 20036BIN#: BIN 20036

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Kaina is a darling petite 8 to 9 year old fawn unaltered female with natural ears and a docked tail. She is being surrendered because she has been left with a friend after their owner suffered some health issues. She is not a ‘dog person’ and only takes them out to potty twice a day. They are kenneled the rest of the time. She has them on Craigslist and needs to get rid of them. She is a very nice person, doing the best with the hand she has been dealt. Don’t let the grey muzzle fool you. This girl is ready to play! She has had one litter of puppies. She is VERY thin but does not have any obvious health issues. She is crated approximately 20 hours a day and is let out to walk twice a day. She is great in her crate, walks excellent on a leash, house trained, knows sit and lie down. Gets along with other dogs, big and small, good with kids, she has not been cat tested. She needs a home where she can spend her silver years outside of her kennel.

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 20036 in your email please.
BIN 20044BIN#: BIN 20044

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: ***Update 2/28: Owner moving 3/7 and can not take Coco with her.*** Coco is a 2.5 year old small (45 pounds) spayed brindle female with natural ears and a docked tail. She is not deaf. Her owner is going through divorce and these were here husband's dogs. He doesn't want them and the owner doesn't have time or space for the dogs - she may also be moving. Coco is kept outside in a small fenced in area. Coco behaves well with adults, children, and strangers/visitors. She is super friendly and loves attention. She is not house trained or crate trained. It is unknown how she would do for bathing or nail trims. Coco plays in the back yard with another boxer and an English Bulldog. She is high energy and likes to play. She is not possessive with toys. She is currently fed Diamond Dry Dog Food. Coco has had no training, doesn't know any commands. Coco hasn't been trained on a leash and has poor leash manners. Verbal correction is used to reprimand her. Coco is food aggressive - she growls at the other dogs in the home if they try to eat from her food bowl. Coco is very jumpy. Per the owner, she has been around children and doesn't jump on children but does jump on adults. She is currently living outside with a male boxer and an English Bulldog. She is current on vaccinations and heartworm prevention. Coco was recently moved from a one acre lot with space to play, to now living in a small backyard. She has always been an outside dog and will need someone who can give her the time and attention she deserves in order to learn good manners. She was very excited to meet me and my boyfriend as complete strangers - she is very jumpy and likes to give great boxer kisses. She was very affectionate and didn't show any signs of aggression.

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 20044 in your email please.
BIN 20035BIN#: BIN 20035

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Roscoe is a 5 year old 80 pound large unaltered brindle male with natural ears and a docked tail. He is being surrendered because he has been left with a friend after their owner suffered some health issues. She is not a ‘dog person’ and only takes them out to potty twice a day. They are kenneled the rest of the time. She has them on Craigslist and needs to get rid of them. She is a very nice person, doing the best with the hand she has been dealt. He has no obvious health issues. He gets very excited when he meets new people but after a few minutes, he is the perfect lap dog. He loves everybody including kids and other dogs. He is great on a leash and is crate trained, which is where he spends about 20 hours a day currently. He know sit and lie down and gently takes treats from your hand. Roscoe needs a home with a yard for him to run around and play and then a warm bed to lay his head at night.

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 20035 in your email please.
BIN 19146BIN#: BIN 19146

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Canelo is a 7 year old unaltered fawn male with natural ears and a docked tail. He is being surrendered due to financial reasons and because he is being kept outside. He is kept outside when the owner is home and away. He doesn't really jump, he just gets really excited when meeting people and wiggles a lot. He is not house or crate trained. It is unsure how he is for bathing, grooming, and nail trims. He is in need of all three. He gets exercise by playing in the yard with his fur sister Lola (BIN 19145). He is very mellow. He was excited for attention, but is not jumpy. He does not have toys, so it is unknown if he is possessive with them. He currently eats Costco dry food. Canelo does not have any training. It is unknown how he walks on the leash as he is never walked. He is disciplined using verbal correction. Lola and Canelo have been together for 7 years and it would be great if they could be kept together. They love each other. Canelo can get jealous, in a cute way, when Lola gets attention. He is not up to date on vaccinations and not on heart worm prevention. Canelo is so sweet! He is in a very poor living situation. He needs a good flea bath and flea meds as soon as possible. It broke my heart to see such a sweet boxer living outside, dirty and covered in fleas. His butt was wiggling like crazy when I talked to him. He needs more attention and someone who can afford to take care of him. I really hate he has lived outside for so long. The owner mentioned several times - no cats. He did not jump or seemed aggressive at all. While covered in fleas, he still seemed healthy. He is protective of his house and family from what I'm told. I walked in the backyard with the owner and he ran right up to me, butt wiggling when I was talking sweet to him. He is covered in fleas. Canola has a few open wounds from the fleas. The spot on his ear is bloody and there were fleas surrounding the area. Canelo was on our BIN page in 2017 and part of 2018 and his owner changed his mind, but now knows he can not provide the life he needs.

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 19146 in your email please.
BIN 19145BIN#: BIN 19145

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Lola is a 13 year old spayed small white female with natural ears and a docked tail. She is being surrendered due to financial reasons and because she is being kept outside. She is kept outside when the owner is home and away. She doesn't really jump, she just gets really excited when meeting people and wiggles a lot. She is not house or crate trained. It is unsure how she is for bathing, grooming, and nail trims. She is in need of all three. She gets exercise by playing in the yard with her fur brother Canelo (BIN 19146). She is very mellow. She was excited for attention, but is not jumpy. She does not have toys, so it is unknown if she is possessive with them. She currently eats Costco dry food. Lola does not have any training. It is unknown how she walks on the leash as she is never walked. She is disciplined using verbal correction. Lola and Canelo have been together for 7 years and it would be great if they could be kept together. They love each other. Canelo can get jealous, in a cute way, when Lola gets attention. She is not up to date on vaccinations and not on heart worm prevention. Lola is so sweet! She is in a very poor living situation. She needs a good flea bath and flea meds as soon as possible. It broke my heart to see such a sweet boxer living outside, dirty and covered in fleas. Her butt was wiggling like crazy when I talked to her. She needs more attention and someone who can afford to take care of her. I really hate she has lived outside for so long. The owner mentioned several times - no cats. She did not jump or seemed aggressive at all. While covered in fleas, she still seemed healthy. She is protective of her house and family from what I'm told. I walked in the backyard with the owner and she ran right up to me, butt wiggling when I was talking sweet to her. Lola has a small bump on her neck. It looked like a cyst. She is covered in fleas. Lola was on our BIN page in 2017 and part of 2018 and her owner changed his mind, but now knows he can not provide the life she needs.

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 19145 in your email please.
BIN 20015BIN#: BIN 20015

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Copper is a 2.5 year old neutered small (50 pounds) fawn male with natural ears and a docked tail. He is being surrendered because Copper and family's unneutered male boxer have started fighting. He is kept inside/outside and separated from other boxer. Copper is good with all people, adults, children, strangers. He is not house or crate trained. It is unknown how he is for bathing, grooming, and nail trims, but he is very friendly and gentle. He gets exercise through backyard play only. Copper is high energy. Copper is not possessive with toys, he allows people to take toys out of his mouth without a reaction. He currently eats dry Rachel Ray food twice a day. Copper has no training. He pulls on the leash when walking (he is not regularly walked). He is disciplined using verbal correction. Copper would not react if someone took a food bowl or rawhide from him. He is not possessive of food or toys. Copper jumps on people, but is gentle with young children. He fights with the family's unneutered male dog. He has no other bad behaviors. He is current on vaccinations and is not taking heart worm prevention or flea/tick prevention. Copper is sweet,gentle and lively young male. He is small and very friendly with everyone. Copper lives inside/outside, alternating with the family's other dog so they don't fight. Copper is frightened by angry/yelling voices. He has no illnesses or injuries the owner is aware of.

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 20015 in your email please.
BIN 19291BIN#: BIN 19291

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Brody is a 3 year old unaltered medium sized flashy fawn male with cropped ears and a docked tail. He is being surrendered because he is not getting along with new pets. He has never bitten a pet or person. He is kept inside and outside depending on weather. He is not crated. He has been fine with family, visitors, and children previously. He is increasingly dominant/fearful and was somewhat aggressive towards me. He jumped up, and when I pushed him down he growled and barked. The family was very shaken up, they have not seen that behavior before. Note: Brody could've easily bitten me if he wanted to but he did not. He is house trained and was crate trained, but they haven't used a crate in a long time. He is fine with family giving bathing, grooming, and nail trims, unsure how he would do with strangers. He gets exercise through play with other family dogs in the backyard, and previously was taken on walks. Owner says he is difficult to walk because he pulls. He has a high level of energy; because he is intent on dominating the other dogs and acted out with me, I did not see him play. Owner says that he is not possessive with toys and toys can be removed without a problem. Based on his behavior today I did not attempt to take a toy for him. He currently eats dry food, Victor brand. Brody was sent away to a farm for training for a month and trained using a shock collar at home. It doesn't appear that he ever had consistent, appropriate training or is expected to behave in an appropriate way around people or other animals. Owner reports that he pulls on a leash. He is disciplined using a shock collar. They stopped using the shock collar about a month ago when it broke. Owner reports that food and treats can be removed by family members without a problem. Brody is intent on dominating all other animals and people, based on behavior I observed today he is aggressive out of fear and possibly illness, but is not a biter. He is not up to date on vaccination and not on heart worm prevention. He may currently be ill based on significant weight loss over the last two weeks and dramatic behavior changes. Brody is a tall, beautiful flashy fawn boxer. He was purchased from a breeder, sent away for training, put on a shock collar for discipline, rarely walked because it was difficult, is not neutered, and had his ears cropped. When he was two years old his family bought a male bulldog puppy, who is also not neutered. As that puppy matured, Brody became increasingly dominant toward the bulldog, but he has never bitten the bulldog, any other animal or any person. He now lives much of the time outside and recently had a very seriously flea infestation. Over the last two weeks he's lost approximately 10 pounds and is very thin. I expect he has an illness which is making him feel weak, fearful and vulnerable, and that is resulting in or exacerbating the dominant behavior. Brody needs an experienced foster home to evaluate his behavior and work on NILF and other training with him.

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 19291 in your email please.
BIN 20032BIN#: BIN 20032

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Pharaoh is a 4 to 5 year old neutered medium sized (but muscular) brindle male with natural ears and a docked tail. There are conflicting stories about why he is being surrendered. On the original paperwork, it was stated the owner had passed away and they had taken the dogs, but in person it was stated that a person was renting their spare part of the house and he left the dogs when he moved out. When Pharaoh is home alone, he is confined to a room in the home. When owner is home he is kept in the home but let out in backyard to play. He was very friendly to me from the moment he met me. Owner did not report any problems between his 10 yr old daughter and Pharaoh. Pharaoh is house trained and has not been in a crate as far as the current owner is aware. He is well behaved and did not seem to care when I touched his paws. He is regularly walked and exercised in backyard. He is medium energy. I would not describe him as jumpy or overly excited. Pharaoh does not have toys and does not know how to play with them. Owner provided bones for him to chew on. He currently eats Purina Pro Plan- sensitive stomach. Pharaoh has a prevalent gas issue that requires the use of special food. The owner works with Pharaoh and he follows his commands fairly well. I walked him and he does not pull or dart when being walked. Owner uses calm verbal reprimands for discipline. I don't think he would react negatively to a food bowl or rawhide being taken from him. He is up to date on vaccinations and heart worm prevention. Ramses is super sweet and looks very healthy. He is well behaved and contented. Owner feels Pharaoh and his fur brother (Ramses BIN 20033) would do better if they stayed together. He has no behaviors or issues that would need to be known by a foster home or adopter. He has no health issues or injuries the owner is aware of.

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 20032 in your email please.
BIN 20037BIN#: BIN 20037

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Luke is an 8 year old large (75 pounds) unaltered brindle male with natural ears and a docked tail. He is not deaf. The owner's were not given papers due to him being cryptorchid. Luke is being surrendered as his owner has married and moved into her husband's home. The husband will not allow Luke free access to the house. He is crated in the garage at night and anytime the female owner is not at home. She works full time, so Luke is crated an extraordinary amount of time. When she is home, Luke is kept outside in the backyard. He stands at the door and looks inside. He had been used to free access of his home. Luke is very sweet. He lives with children and is good with them. He was sweet with the evaluator. With strangers, it depends on the approach. A utility worker once stuck his hand into the yard and Luke was protective of his space. No bite, its just best not to come into his yard unannounced. Luke is good with other animals, except for one breeding pair of boxers who belong to his aunt. Luke is not neutered, and at the time, neither of these boxers were altered and Luke was introduced into their space. Other than that instance, he has never had a problem with other dogs. He lives with a furry friend, a female dog. He does not fence fight. Small dogs do not seem to bother him. It is unknown how Luke would do with cats. Luke is house trained. He is vocal in his crate when he needs to potty. Owner states that Luke needs to know who the boss is. If he doesn't have a strong leader, he may have accidents. Luke is crate trained, and it sounds like he is kept there very long hours. Luke loves baths. He behaves for bathing and grooming. He seems fine with nail trims. Once, maybe twice a week, owner walks or runs in the neighborhood with him. Luke seems healthy, energetic and playful. He will be as energetic as you allow him to be. When he used to be allowed in the house, he would be calm. If the kids wanted to play fetch or get him ramped up for play, they had to take him outside. Owner has never seen possessiveness over toys. Luke loves squeaky toys, and will sometimes treat them like his babies, protecting them. He is currently fed Pedigree dry, adult, chicken and rice. Luke has not had any formal training. He does know sit, down and come. Luke does well on a leash. He pulls but not overmuch. Verbal and physical correction has been used on Luke. Owner has not ever noticed aggressive behavior. Luke does NOT dig. His sister will dig a trench and he could leave, but he just stays around. If the gate were left open, he might go out, but it's not felt he would go far. He is not aggressive toward other animals, save for the one breeding pair he was exposed to. No anxieties known. Luke's ears are hyper sensitive. That is the only issue that a new owner would need to be aware about. When he goes on walks and runs in the neighborhood, they see lots of other dogs and it's never been a problem for Luke. No storm anxiety. He is current on vaccinations and heart worm prevention (Trifexis given monthly). Owner states in the 3 years that her mother had Luke, he did have two episodes whereby he seemed to have seizures, fell over, urinated. The only thing they could tie it to was Luke having been given people food. So they give him no people food, and it hasn't happened again. The owner has never seen it happen and it has not happened recently. Just his ears cause him to behave unusually. Luke does seem to have hypersensitive ears and does not want them touched. He cannot have any scraps at all. He is great at parks. He is great for car rides, although if too long he may get carsick. No known illness nor injuries.



Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 20037 in your email please.
BIN 19301BIN#: BIN 19301

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Sarge is a 6 year old 88 pound neutered brindle male with natural ears and a natural tail. He is being surrendered because the owner's daughter has medical problems caused by allergy to the dogs and they are having financial issues. Sarge is kept inside and free to roam when owners are away. Sarge is very protective of his family and can be jealous of his brother (BIN 19300 OS Simba) playing with other dogs. Sarge was over protective of his family with a carpet cleaner who came to the home and acted aggressive when he was jealous of another boxer puppy that Simba was playing with. He was overly protective of owner during walks so walks were stopped. He is house trained (with accidents) and crate trained, but he has not been crated in the last 4 years. Sarge enjoys and is calm during nail trims. He plays in backyard for exercise and has medium energy. Sarge enjoys running and play fighting with his brother. Sarge currently eats dry food, unknown brand. Sarge attended an 8 week puppy class at Petsmart. He is disciplined using verbal discipline. He is very calm when food is taken away from him. The owner worked on this extensively with him since he was a puppy. Sarge did not bark when I entered the home. He jumped up just far enough to lick my face but did not jump on me. No chewing or separation anxiety were reported. Sarge lives in a home with two small children and mostly does well. Sarge is not current on vaccinations or heart worm preventative. Per the owner, Sarge is a bonded pair with his brother. The owner stressed that they would need to be kept together for their mental well being. Sarge will drink a lot of water and then throw up. He also doesn't like his ears touched or for feet to be near him. He has no illnesses or injuries the owner is aware of.

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 19301 in your email please.
BIN 20033BIN#: BIN 20033

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Ramses is a 4 to 5 year old unaltered large flashy fawn male with natural ears and a docked tail. There are conflicting stories about why he is being surrendered. On the original paperwork, it was stated the owner had passed away and they had taken the dogs, but in person it was stated that a person was renting their spare part of the house and he left the dogs when he moved out. When Ramses is home alone, he is confined to a room in the home. When owner is home he is kept in the home but let out in backyard to play. He was very friendly to me from the moment he met me. Owner did not report any problems between his 10 yr old daughter and Ramses. Ramses is house trained (but will mark in the house) and has not been in a crate as far as the current owner is aware. He is well behaved and did not seem to care when I touched his paws. He is regularly walked and exercised in backyard. He is medium energy. Ramses will jump and did put his paws on my shoulders for "hugs". I would not describe him as jumpy or overly excited. Ramses does not have toys and does not know how to play with them. Owner provided bones for him to chew on. He currently eats Purina Pro Plan- sensitive stomach. Ramses can be jealous of Pharaoh (BIN 20032) getting attention but reacts by squeezing between Pharaoh and the person giving attention. This causes both dogs to try to squeeze in and I could see it potentially knocking someone over. Owner stated Ramses will lose patience with small dogs that are barking incessantly. The owner works with Ramses and he follows his commands fairly well. I walked him and he does not pull or dart when being walked. Owner uses calm verbal reprimands for discipline. I don't think he would react negatively to a food bowl or rawhide being taken from him. He is up to date on vaccinations and heart worm prevention. Ramses is super sweet and looks very healthy. He is well behaved and contented. Owner feels Ramses and his fur brother (Pharaoh BIN 20032) would do better if they stayed together. He has no behaviors or issues that would need to be known by a foster home or adopter. He has no health issues or injuries the owner is aware of.

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 20033 in your email please.
BIN 19319BIN#: BIN 19319

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Alice is a 7 year old 65 pound spayed whit female with natural ears and a docked tail. Alice is being surrendered because she has been suffering from allergies, chewing and licking sores on herself. The owners have taken her to different vets over the years. Changed her food, bedding, toys, use medicated shampoos, lotions, sprays, pills, and sometimes injections. This year her wounds have showed up more frequently, and she is having to spend more time in a cone to keep her from them. The vets have all determined that her allergies are “environmental”, and the solutions include turf in the yard instead of grass, which the owners have looked into but cannot afford. Also, they want her bathed each time she comes back inside from outdoors, and to stay on Apoquel, and also injections. As Alice is one of four dogs, and they also have 3 children, soon to be four. They have unfortunately come to the decision that it would be in Alice’s best interest to be adopted to a home that either has fake grass, or a family that can provide more time and dedication to her bathing and medication needs. When the owners are home (most of the time) Alice is indoors and goes outside to potty upon her request at the door. They do have a custom built in dog bed/crate in our home. She goes in and out of it as she pleases during the day. At night the dogs stay in their bed with the doors closed until early morning when tthe owners open the doors and then they go potty outside. When the weather is nice, Alice loves to be outside more often. She plays with the other dogs and children. Alice is an all around well behaved dog. She is passed the age of jumping on people, and chewing on things, unless it is a dog treat. She does very well with children. They can lay with her on the floor and give her hugs and pets and kisses. Alice plays very gently with the little imperial shih-tzus in the house, and when she feels good she likes to run around with the other younger female boxer. Alice does have a fear of strangers, she will hide behind her people. Alice has never growled at anyone or shown her teeth or tried to bite a person. She will warm up to them after a few minutes if they sit down. Alice is house trained. Alice can stay in a crate, with soft bedding, overnight, from about 10pm to 5am. Alice is used to medicated baths. She has been to groomers, and behaves well. The owners have a concrete patio that keeps her nails filed. Her nails have always been short. Occasionally, they take Alice for walks around the neighborhood when the weather is cool in the evenings. She does well on a leash. When she feels good, Alice runs around the backyard playing chase with our other 3 dogs. Occasionally, they also take her and the other boxer to the dog parks. She is very neutral with other dogs, and she enjoys the extra space. Alice is a calm dog. She does not bark frequently, or jump on people. Her playful energy level is higher when she is not itchy/on meds or in a cone. She will play in short bursts, chasing rolling with the other dogs and the kids. She mostly likes to lay on rugs around the house near her humans or on the pillows in her bed/crate. Alice is not really a “toy” dog. She loves tasty treats, but doesn't care much about toys Currently, Alice eats Authority brand dog food that is fish and potato with no poultry or grains. Alice will sit for treats. She also knows “outside” and “bed”. She is very sensitive and just lowering your voice to her she will respond. Alice is great on a leash. She does not pull or tug, she has a calm pace. Cats can be a distraction, but she can be easily redirected. Alice has not needed corrections for a while. Back when she was younger and potty training or learning not to jump, we would use a stern voice and treats for positive reinforcement. Alice is not food aggressive with people. She will allow people and kids to approach her while she is eating and she is not possessive of toys. She can eat around the 3 other dogs as well. She has allowed the other dogs to eat from her bowl when she is done eating. The only time Alice has ever shown aggression is towards cats, or squirrels. She caught and quickly killed a stray cat that was in the backyard one morning a while back. However, they used to have two cats in the home when Alice was younger. They were already in the home when they brought her in as a puppy. She did not play with them, but she also did not harm them. If the cats approached her she would get up and move. The cats were later adopted out and they have not had anymore since then. She will sit and intently watch a squirrel in the tree or on the telephone pole, but she hasn't managed to grab one of those. Alice only has separation anxiety during fireworks and thunderstorms. Alice does not enjoy places like Lowes or Home Depot, but she does love dog parks. Alice is current on vaccines. She is not on heart worm prevention. Alice has been diagnosed with environmental allergies. So her best match would be an environment where there is turf grass or no grass. She needs to be kept on a daily allergy pill, currently it is Apoquel. The vets have also recommended frequent (2-3x weekly) medicated baths with hydrocortisone shampoo, and/or monthly injections. These are all to prevent her from becoming itchy and chewing/licking wounds on her legs and sometimes her lady bits. The owner's have placed her on a food with fish and potato and that has at least resolved the tummy rashes that she used to have. Alice is terrified of thunder and fireworks. She needs to be indoors WITH her people during those times. If she is left alone during a storm or fireworks, she will pee in the house. Alice also hides from strangers. She will not approach a visitor in the house unless they have been seated for a few minutes. She will not approach strangers outside of the house. Alice has allergies, and subsequently skin irritations.



Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 19319 in your email please.
BIN 19300BIN#: BIN 19300

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Simba is a 6 year old neutered 76 pound brindle male with natural ears and a natural tail. He is being surrendered because the owner's daughter has medical problems caused by allergy to the dogs and they are having financial issues. Simba is kept inside and free to roam when owners are away. Simba was overly protective of owner during walks, so walks were stopped. Owner reported that once there was an issue with their young son taking a toy from Simba. Simba made a slight growl and bumped the boy back. Owner reported there were never any teeth shown. He is house trained (with accidents) and crate trained, but he has not been crated in the last 4 years. Simba enjoys and is calm during nail trims. He plays in backyard for exercise and has medium energy. Simba enjoys running and play fighting with his brother (BIN 19301 OS Sarge). Simba currently eats dry food, unknown brand. Simba attended an 8 week puppy class at Petsmart. He is disciplined using verbal discipline. He is very calm when food is taken away from him. The owner worked on this extensively with him since he was a puppy. Simba did not bark when I entered the home. He jumped up just far enough to lick my face but did not jump on me. No chewing or separation anxiety were reported. Simba lives in a home with two small children and mostly does well. Simba is not current on vaccinations or heart worm preventative. Per the owner, Simba is a bonded pair with his brother. The owner stressed that they would need to be kept together for their mental well being. Simba will eat anything that is within reach and become sick. He has no illnesses or injuries the owner is aware of.

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BIN 19343BIN#: BIN 19343

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: T.Ruble is a 1 year old spayed large (85 pounds) white female with natural ears and a docked tail. Current owner took her in from friend that didn't want her when they found out she was deaf. They have had her since she was 6 weeks old and she's gotten along fine with 2 other boxers (both LBR alums). In recent weeks she has gotten increasingly aggressive toward other dogs and they are starting to hurt each other. She is always the instigator. When owners are home she is in the house, sleeps in their bed; when they are away she is outside and heated/AC garage with dog door. She is friendly, jumpy and undisciplined. She jumps up, nips hands, and is relentless in begging for attention, but loves people. T.Ruble is house trained but not crate trained. She does well with grooming but has not had her nails trimmed. She gets her exercise with outside play and walks. She is extremely high energy and rough play style. She loves toys and treats. She is possessive with bones and people's attention. She is currently fed homemade & Beniful combination twice a day. She can sit and stay for treats which she was taught at home. She is good on the leash and non-reactive to people of dogs. Owner purchased 'vibrating' collars but did not use. T.Ruble has not been corrected when she displays unwanted behaviors. Items taken by a human would be fine, she would be aggressive to a dog taking her bone or food. She is big, jumpy and deaf. Training will be a challenge. She is current on vaccinations and heartworm prevention. She is young, sweet and strong, and she needs attention, exercise, structure, training and to be an only dog. She loves walks, toys, car rides, people and treats. Her family loves her and they wish she could get along with the other dogs in the home. The fights she initiates are increasingly frequent and frightening.

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BIN 20018BIN#: BIN 20018

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Boxer is a 3 to 4 year old neutered 60 pound flashy fawn male with natural ears and a docked tail. He is being surrendered because the current owner rescued him from a divorced lady. She was left with a dog she didn't want, and he was soon to be shot to get rid of him, so she took him and is unable to keep him because she has other large dogs to feed. He is kept outside. He is very friendly with people. He may be aggressive with small animals, like small dogs or cats. It is unknown if he is house or crate trained as he is kept outside. It is unknown how is is for bathing, grooming, or nail trims. He gets his exercise by playing in the yard. He is very energetic. He is very well behaved. He has some raring up issues that need to be corrected. The current owner was told he had aggression with other small dogs, so she has kept her small dogs and cats away from him. He loves people and plays with her big dogs just fine. He currently eats dry dog food. He is well behaved except for the jumping up issues. He is leash trained. He is verbally corrected for small issues. He is not aggressive toward people over anything, other dogs maybe, but not sure how he would react if one tried to take something from him. Things a foster home or adopter would need to know if that he jumps up on people, and possibly has aggression towards small dogs or cats. Itt is unknown if he is up to date on vaccinations or heart worm prevention. He loves to play, he is very energetic, he loves to be petted and loved on, he plays with other big dogs, but he may be aggressive to other small pets. He could knock down someone frail with his jumping up behavior. He is well behaved and sits and waits for his food to be placed in his bowl. Nothing the current owner has witnessed makes him act differently than normal. He has no illnesses or injuries the owner is aware of.

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BIN 20016BIN#: BIN 20016

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Sheena is a 4 year old spayed brindle small female with natural ears and a docked tail.She is being surrendered because she fights with the other 3 dogs in the home and owner is downsizing due to a move. She is kept inside at all times except to go potty. When owner is home, she is allowed to roam but in a room separate from the other dogs. She is kept in a crate when owner is away. Sheena is not openly friendly. When I approached her she took a guarded stance but did not lunge at me. After I greeted her and gently petted her she began to shake and seemed scared. Her demeanor changed from on guard/potentially aggressive to very scared and wanting to get away. Sheena was shaking and would flinch when I touched her. Owner stated she was surprised Sheena allowed me to pet her. I would not trust her around kids until she is evaluated in a foster home. Sheena is semi house-trained. She is crate trained. She will tolerate baths. Nails are not trimmed. She is allowed in the backyard to potty and run. The backyard is very small. Owner reported that she used to walk Sheena but can not anymore due to health problems. She did not play, jump or run while I met with her. When I held her leash Sheena did pull and seemed strong. Owner reported Sheena will fight if anything is taken away from her. Sheena currently eats Purina Dog Chow or Pedigree. She has no training. I tried "sit" and "come here" and got no response. Sheena pulled on the leash when the owner walked her. Her last walk was years ago. She is disciplined using verbal correction. Sheena is crated when she misbehaves. Owner states Sheena would become aggressive if anything is taken from her by anyone. I believe Sheena needs rehabilitative training to help with her aggression/anxiety. She is not dog or people friendly. She did not bark or jump while I met with her. She was very anxious. Sheena is not current on vaccinations or heart worm preventative. She is unpredictable but smart. I see no reason why therapy couldn't help her. She appears to be in good health physically. I did not see any lumps, bumps or moles. Her eyes looked clear. She allowed me to pet her head and back but would not let me look at her teeth or ears. Sheena was very dirty. The owner mentioned washing Sheena outside in the Summer and I think that was the last bath Sheena has gotten. Sheena never snapped at me. She seemed to realize I was there to help her. Her demeanor visibly changed from guarded and ready to fight to scared and wanting to run back to the house. Sheena was shaking and would flinch when I touched her. About 3 years ago Sheena was left in the care of a friend while the owner was in the hospital. The friend allowed Sheena to be bullied by another dog. When the owner came home Sheena had changed from a friendly, happy dog to a scared and possessive dog. Sheena has been scared and possessive ever since. She has not been around children since before that incident. She actively fights with the larger dog and 3 smaller dogs in the home and must be kept separate. She has no illnesses or injuries the owner is aware of. Sheena will need to be evaluated and very likely need to be under the care of Dr F before she is available for adoption.

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BIN 20040BIN#: BIN 20040

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Shelby is a 6 year old spayed brindle female with natural ears and a docked tail. She was being surrendered because she lived with a blended family and the 2 year old child was allergic to Shelby. She was given to another family that is continuing with the owner surrender process as they took her so she would not end up at the shelter. She is left out in the house when the owner is away and while they are at home. Owner says she is fine with other dogs and adults. When I rang door bell, it took the owner a long time to come to door and both girls were looking at me through the window, but not barking. She is housetrained, she sometimes she has accidents but very rarely. She is also crate trained. She used to be kenneled while the female owner was at work, but its been 6 months he has had both dogs so they are not keep in kennel at this time. Shelby is fine for bathing and nail trims, but her nails were long so it has not been done in awhile. She gets exercise through yard play everyday with her sister (BIN 20041 OS Cheyenne). They are walked 2-3 times per week about 1 mile. She can go off leash and does not run. She plays with high energy. When I walked into the house they both were excited and jumped but stopped with verbal correction. They both wanted my attention but after a few minutes they were both laying on the floor and calm. She is not possessive with toys. She currently eats Authority chicken and rice. She is disciplined using verbal correction. Shelby knows the commands of sit, down, and lay down. they both walk without a leash. I did notice a little apprehension with putting pinch leash on them to take pictures. She would have no aggression if someone took a rawhide or food bowl from her. I used milk bone treats the owner had to get attention for pics and no aggression towards each other. The owner says she is dog friendly. Shelby is up to date on vaccinations and heart worm prevention. The owner feels Shelby and Cheyenne would do better together, but they can not be adopted together. Shelby has separation anxiety without her sister. Shelby will howl and bark when they take her sister to the vet without her. No illnesses or injuries that the owner is aware of. She has allergies and what looks like yeast in her ears. She also has a quarter size knot on right hip.

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BIN 19342BIN#: BIN 19342

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Wilson is a 3 year old neutered large flashy brindle with natural ears and a docked tail. He is not deaf. Wilson is being surrendered as he is having some behavioral issues that his family does not have the time or space to train him. Wilson is free to roam when owner is home and crated in a wire crate when owner is away. Wilson was really friendly and happy to give kisses. He is friendly with kids when they want to pet him when they are outside. He is house and crate trained. He is crated next to his fur brother in a wire crate. Wilson loves baths. He will hop in the shower with owner if he has the opportunity. Nail trims are not his favorite activity. He could use a pawdicure now. Currently Wilson is not getting the exercise he needs. He is overweight (95 pounds) and could use some exercise. It is difficult for the owner to walk him due to his size and he pulls on the leash. He has average boxer energy. Wilson is not usually possessive with toys. He does get possessive with things that he is not suppose to have. When the owner attempts to take the items away Wilson will not give it back and will act aggressively. He has attempted to bite but has never broke skin/medical attention has never been required. Wilson currently eats dry kibble. Wilson is very treat motivated!! He knows sit, high five and off. He did jump up when he wanted attention (he is a big boy so could knock you off balance if you were not paying attention). Owner says it is difficult for her to walk Wilson as he pulls on the leash badly. They use verbal correction when he needs to be corrected. He may also be crated for a "time-out". Wilson's has recently had some possession issues. Caution should be used if taking things away from him. I suggested that the owner utilize a high value treat (he LOVED beef lung) to try to redirect him from the item that he is not suppose to have. As I have mentioned, Wilson would require evaluation/training with "leave it" and redirecting him when he has something that he is not suppose to have. Wilson is current on vaccinations and heartworm prevention. Loud strange noises and the sound of lawn mowers make Wilson scared. He had a bout of some seasonal alopecia earlier this year but his fur has now grown back. No other illnesses per owner.

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BIN 20041BIN#: BIN 20041

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Cheyenne is a 6 year old spayed brindle 55 pound female with natural ears and a docked tail. She was being surrendered because she lived with a blended family and the 2 year old child was allergic to Shelby. She was given to another family that is continuing with the owner surrender process as they took her so she would not end up at the shelter. She is left out in the house while the owners are home and away. She is fine with kids and adults. The 2 year old was walking around and the dogs did not jump and seemed very gentle with him. when I rang door bell, the owner took a long time to come to door and both girls where at the window looking at me and not barking. She is house and crate trained. She has not been kenneled for the last 6 months, however. She is fine for bathing and grooming. Her nails are long and could use a trim. She gets exercise through backyard play everyday with her sister (BIN 20040 OS Shelby) and walks 2-3 times per week off the leash around neighborhood for 1 mile. She has medium to high energy. The girls came out back with me and played with each other, but inside were calm and laying down. She is not possessive with toys. She currently eats Authority chicken and rice. She knows sit, lay down, and walks off leash. She is disciplined using verbal correction. She would have no aggression if someone took a rawhide or food bowl from her I gave treats while trying to take pictures and they were fine. She was a little jumpy but if verbally corrected she calms down. She is up to date on vaccinations and heart worm prevention. She has no illnesses or injuries the owner is aware of. Nothing makes her act differently than normal. The owner feels Cheyenne and Shelby would do better together, but they can not be adopted together.

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BIN 19350BIN#: BIN 19350

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Diva is a 9 year old spayed fawn female with cropped ears and a docked tail. She is being surrendered because she is not getting along with the female German Shepard in the house. The grandmother who takes care of them just had knee surgery and cannot keep the two females separated. Diva is kept both inside and outside due to having to separate the two female dogs. If it’s nice outside, Diva does sleep outside. Diva is great with people and kids. She has a very sweet and calm demeanor. She is house trained. The dogs do not have crates. They are currently being separated by sectioning off the house or alternating outside. Diva has no problems with baths. She does not get her nails trimmed. Exercise is playing in the backyard, which is a decent size. Diva was not jumpy at all. She was excited about the extra attention during the eval and treats. Diva can be aggressive towards the other female dog. She currently eats dry food. Diva has no formal training, but knows how to sit and not get on the couch. Unknown how her leash walking skills are. She is disciplined using verbal correction. She would have no reaction towards people if things are taken away. Diva is so sweet! She just is not getting along with the other female dog in the house. Unsure how she would do around male dogs. Diva’s last vet appointment was a year ago. She is on the six month dosage of heart worm meds. If you are looking for an only dog, Diva is your girl! She loves attention, very treat motivated and her fur is super soft!! The only aggression she has shown is towards the other female dog. She’s older, but still has lots of spunk! She’s calm and well mannered! Diva is a great dog other than the aggression towards the other female dog in the home. She has not been around male dogs so unsure if she would do okay around males. She has no illnesses or injuries the owner is aware of.

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BIN 20045BIN#: BIN 20045

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Cody is a 5 year old medium sized (50 pound) neutered fawn male with natural ears and a natural tail. He is being surrendered because he is not getting along with other pets in the home. When the owner is home, Cody is kept inside to roam or let into the back yard. When she is away, he is kenneled. He is very sweet to every human he has ever met. He is house trained and crate trained. he is used to a plastic aircraft style crate, he is usually crated for about 8 hours at a time. He is relaxed during bathing but will not let you cut his nails. He did not snarl or snap, but you could tell he was irritated and didn’t the owner didn't want to push him too far. He gets to spend a couple hours each day playing in the back yard and inside the house. He can be high energy and have zoomies at times. He is not a huge fan of fetching but loves running chasing and being chased by people he’s comfortable with. He has shown dog aggression but the owner is not sure if it’s over toys or not. He currently eats dry food, Nature's recipe. He knows sit, back, out, come, and is selective about down. No known professional training, he learned it all at home. He is well behaved but can be distracted at times while leash walking. He is disciplined using verbal correction, physical correction and, if needed, separation from the situation. Cody doesn’t react to food related items being taken away. Something a foster home or adoptive home would need to be aware of is his displaying aggression towards other animals in the home. He is the right age and it sounds like a low thyroid, but we will not know what the cause is or if it can be fixed until he sees an LBR vet. Foster home would need to be prepared to separate while fostering if there are other dogs in the home. He is up to date on vaccinations and it is unknown if he is on heart worm prevention. He cannot be with other dogs at this time and the owner is not sure about other animals. The owner has only seen him around one child, which he did well around, but the owner is not sure how he is with kids overall. She feels that he was not taken care of early on and it shows in his scared like behavior. The owner just wants to make sure he can have a safe and healthy home that shows him the love he deserves. He can act scared at times but mostly just with new people specifically men and children that are high energy, but he usually warms up to them quickly. Nothing makes him act differently than normal. He has no illnesses or injuries the owner is aware of.

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BIN 20013BIN#: BIN 20013

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Nala is a 3 year old unaltered fawn female with natural ears and a docked tail. She is being surrendered because the current owner was trying to help a friend who had Nala and her sister (same litter). The female litter mates were fighting constantly, so the owner took Nala in. While it was obvious the current owner loves and adores her, he does not have time for her like she deserves. It is just him and he works long hours. He wants a better life for Nala and someone that is able to give her more attention. Nala is kept in the house. She is crated when the owner is away and sleeps in the owner’s bedroom at night on pillows or her bed. Nala is great with visitors and kids of all ages. While she doesn’t live with any kids, she has been around them and is great per the owner. Nala has not really been around other dogs since living with her sister. Her sister was the dominate one and Nala was pretty beaten up and skinny when the owner got her. She’s timid and owner thinks it’s because of her past with the female litter mate. Nala is house trained, she is a very smart and good girl! She does drink a lot of water so does need to be let out more often. If you say “Nala, go get in your bed", she goes right to her crate. I saw this for myself while I was there. You could tell she loves any attention and wants to please. Nala does not love baths, but will tolerate them. Owner has done better with taking her to a place called Fetch for baths and nail trims and they say she does just fine and is sweet. Nala does not love nail trims, but will tolerate them. Nala does not get as much exercise as the owner would like to give her. She loves playing with this laser and chasing the red dot around the room/house. Nala is young and playful, but I wouldn’t consider her high energy. She was very sweet, calm and almost timid while I was there for a visit. We did get out her favorite laser toy and she was having a ball chasing it around the house. Nala is not possessive with toys. She currently eats Beneful Healthy Diet. She will sit, lay down, knows to use the doggy door and goes to her crate on command. Nala is great on a leash and walks by your side. Verbal correction is used for discipline. Nala has no reaction if bones or toys are taken away. I would just be concerned about another female dog in the home. I know we don’t allow 2 females in the same home for adoptions, but may be a concern for a foster with a female dog. Slow intros with male dogs and I think she’d be okay. She’s been an only dog for two years, but I think she would enjoy a playmate! She’s due for her vaccinations and owner said he will be getting her up to date. 10/16/2018 was her last HWP. It looks as if Nala has had a litter, but previous owner and owner now said she has not. The vet thinks it may have been a false pregnancy as a young pup. She was just the sweetest, most loving girl! I wish I could have taken her with me. She’s so smart, loves attention and is eager to please! A family that is home a little more would be great for Nala. I think she would really like some human siblings to play with! She is still so young and playful. The owner has a pool and she shows no interest in the water or getting in. Nala is a good girl! She’s very timid, but overall good with kids, strangers, the vet, grooming, etc. The only concern is that she hasn’t been around many dogs since the fighting with her sister when she was young. Nala was born with kidney disease, but you would never know it because she shows no visual signs of illness. Because of her kidney disease the vet will not spay her.



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BIN 20031BIN#: BIN 20031

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Buddy is a 2 year old unaltered medium sized fawn male with natural ears and a docked tail. He is not deaf. Buddy is being surrendered as his family does not enough time for him. Buddy roams free, not crated when the owner is home and away. He does get destructive and has chewed a hole through a door. Buddy is good with adults but is really playful and bites at his skin sister's ankles and jumps on her. He is house trained but not crate trained. He is hard to keep in tub during bathes. His nails are trimmed by the vet. Buddy is exercised at the dog park daily. Buddy is full of energy and very hyper. He likes to jump a lot. He is not possessive with toys. He is currently fed Iams-Red bag. He has never had any formal training. Buddy pulls and yanks when on the leash. Verbal correction is utilized when he misbehaves. Buddy would be fine if a high value treat or his food bowl was taken from him. Buddy currently nips ankles, jumps on people and counter surfs. He is current on vaccinations but not heart worm prevention. He does fine with cats.



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BIN 20005BIN#: BIN 20005

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Annabell has a foster home!

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BIN 20019BIN#: BIN 20019

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Crown was saved by another rescue!

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BIN 20021BIN#: BIN 20021

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: My owner found me!

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BIN 20026BIN#: BIN 20026

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Zeus has a foster home!

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BIN 20023BIN#: BIN 20023

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Gene has a foster home!

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BIN 19156BIN#: BIN 19156

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Diesel's owner rehomed him!

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BIN 20024BIN#: BIN 20024

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Cooper has a foster home!

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BIN 20028BIN#: BIN 20028

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Sam has a foster home!

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BIN 20029BIN#: BIN 20029

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Lucy has a foster home!

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BIN 19361BIN#: BIN 19361

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: I have a foster home!

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BIN 19351BIN#: BIN 19351

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Emma's owner rehomed her!

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BIN 20046BIN#: BIN 20046

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Huck was tagged by another rescue!

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BIN 20050BIN#: BIN 20050

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: I have a foster home!

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BIN 20008BIN#: BIN 20008

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: I have a foster home!

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BIN 20010BIN#: BIN 20010

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: I have a foster home!

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BIN 19356BIN#: BIN 19356

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: I have a foster home!

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BIN 19352BIN#: BIN 19352

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: I have a foster home!

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BIN 19346BIN#: BIN 19346

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: My owner found me!

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BIN 19320BIN#: BIN 19320

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Bentley has a foster home!

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BIN 19217BIN#: BIN 19217

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Jake;s owner stopped communicating with us, so we are unable to help :'(

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BIN 20020BIN#: BIN 20020

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Jasmine was pulled by another rescue!

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BIN 19295BIN#: BIN 19295

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Gus has a foster home!

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BIN 19347BIN#: BIN 19347

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Creed has a foster home!

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BIN 19330BIN#: BIN 19330

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: I have a foster home!

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BIN 19349BIN#: BIN 19349

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: I have a foster home!

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BIN 19345BIN#: BIN 19345

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: I have a foster home!

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BIN 20042BIN#: BIN 20042

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: I was saved by another rescue!

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BIN 19323BIN#: BIN 19323

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Joey has a foster home!

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BIN 20014BIN#: BIN 20014

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: I have a foster home!

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