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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 17024BIN#: BIN 17024

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Smudge is a 2 year old large spayed female with natural ears and a docked tail. She is not deaf. Smudge was purchased from a breeder in Bartonville. Smudge's sister was purchased by the owner's brother and lives in California now. Smudge has been diagnosed with Chronic Juvenile Folliculitis and has been undergoing therapy for same since 03/2016. She has been allergy tested and noted to have HIGH ALLERGIES to bees, soy and eggs. They found out about the bees after Smudge ate some bees and had anaphylaxis. She has been treated with chronic steroids, antibiotics, zyrtec, omega fatty acids, special food, and special beds. She is not up-to-date on her vaccinations or heart worm prevention because of these special medications. The owner's vet advised them that routine shots and heart worm prevention during steroids could cause additional medical problems for Smudge. The owner's stated that they have been diligent with Smudge's medications, and special food. The family has 3 children, so Smudge is very good with children. The family has a lot going on and is not able to provide all of the attention and meet her needs. The owner also pays to have Smudge's folliculitis pustules opened and cleaned (this puts Smudge under sedation). She has patchy hair and the follicles bleed and have pus on them. The volunteer did not smell an odor to the pus, and Smudge is clean, well-kept and has no fleas or ticks. Her teeth are clean, but her snout has some infected follicles as well. Smudge is a VERY healthy 80 pound, tall white girl with a brown patch on her right eye. She is SUPER friendly, she gave me kisses, boxer butt wiggles and leans. She is HIGHLY intelligent and sits, shakes and loves her treats. Because of her skin, she only gets greenies as treats (per the owner's vet). Smudge is completely an outside dog, but does come in the home when the family is around. She loves to play with the children in the home and loves to run. She has a special pallet outside with a warming light and has access to water. The owner advised Smudge is loving, loyal, good with people, loves the car, is a "talker", is super smart and LOVES kids and the neighbors. The owner advised that when Smudge gets out of the back yard, she goes to the neighbors house and they all love her. Smudge is a "wants to please" girl, and loves parks and walks and she has NEVER been to the dog park. She has been house trained since a puppy. Smudge does not like a crate per the owner. Smudge had anxiety when she was a puppy. Smudge doesn't like it but tolerates a bath and she gets a bath 2 times a week. She is an outside dog and runs and plays in a very large backyard. She is high energy, but doesn't bark at the mailman, fed ex, or other people she "knows". She will alert to strangers near the home and has never been aggressive to adults or children. She has never been aggressive to other dogs, unknown about cats. Smudge is high energy, but settles down easily. She currently eats dry, Wellness Simple, Limited Ingredient Diet (Salmon & Potato). It has no soy, corn, dairy, eggs etc. This food is on the approved list from the vet. Smudge has not had any formal training; the owner had trained Smudge when she was a puppy. Smudge pulls on her lead at first, but she settles down. The current owner uses verbal correction and time-out as a form of discipline. The owner advised that Smudge actually tells on herself when she does something she shouldn't (like digging). The owner advised Smudge can be a Houdini and get out of the yard, and is NOT a fence jumper. If Smudge doesn't want her treat that you give her right then....she will find a place to bury it...even in the couch. She does not have any reaction to toys, food, and other items being taken away. Smudge actually believes you are taking the bowls, toys, etc to get her something better. Smudge is microchipped and registered. Smudge does not get excited or upset over fireworks, loud noises, etc. This is a hard decision for the family. The whole family wanted Smudge, but as her medical condition has taken such an interesting turn, no one but the wife takes care of her.

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 17024 in your email please.
BIN 17416BIN#: BIN 17416

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Kobe is a 2 year old neutered flashy brindle male with natural ears and a docked tail. He is being surrendered because the family works long hours and does not have the time to devote to Kobe. Kobe and his brother (BIN 17417 OS Jordan) are kept outside all day while the family gone. The neighbors have complained about Kobe and Jordan's excessive barking. The neighbors are threatening to sue due to the noise issue. The family has used various methods (including collars and training) to help with the barking, but these methods have not worked. The family is concerned about the heat during the day and will now keep them crated inside the garage to prevent the barking in the backyard. Both Kobe and Jordan are allowed to roam the home when the family is present. Kobe is very friendly and jumpy. Kobe is house trained and crate trained. The family does not have any issues with Kobe when being bathed, groomed or having his nails trimmed. Most of Kobe's exercise is out in the backyard with Jordan. The family takes him on walks in the morning. Kobe is high energy; he loves to run and jump. He is currently eating Iams Adult, dry dog food. He is not aggressive with toys or food. He knows sit, shake, and down. Kobe was trained at home. He could use some work on his leash walking as he pulls. The family uses sonic eggs and shock collars to try to stop the barking. They also use verbal correction. Kobe's greetings are very jumpy and licky. Kobe has not had any training to assist with his jumping. Kobe's last vetting was in 2015 and he is not currently taking any heart worm prevention. Kobe is happy, sweet, loving and endlessly wiggly. He has a lot of energy and loves to play. He has had minimal manners training, but is house-trained and crate trained. He would love an active family that can spend time with him running and playing during the day, and cuddling on the couch at night. Kobe sleeps in the house at night with no problem. Kobe has digestive problems resulting in chronic diarrhea and blood in his stool. The family vet told them that there was nothing that could be done and to use regular dog food. He appears to be of good weight and is high-energy.

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 17416 in your email please.
BIN 17417BIN#: BIN 17417

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Jordan is a 2 yearold neutered sealed flashy brindle male with natural ears and a docked tail. He is being surrendered because the family works long hours and does not have the time to devote to Jordan. Jordan and his brother (BIN 17416 OS Kobe) are kept outside all day while the family gone. The neighbors have complained about Kobe and Jordan's excessive barking. The neighbors are threatening to sue due to the noise issue. The family has used various methods (including collars and training) to help with the barking, but these methods have not worked. The family is concerned about the heat during the day and will now keep them crated inside the garage to prevent the barking in the backyard. Both Kobe and Jordan are allowed to roam the home when the family is present. Jordan is great with everyone. He is happy to meet new people and calms quickly. He loves to be touched/petted and sits/stands leaning against family members and visitors. He is enthusiastic when taken outside, running and jumping. He calms down quickly. The family does not have any issues with Jordan when being bathed, groomed or having his nails trimmed. Jordan is crate and house trained. Jordan has limited exercise. He plays with Kobe in the back yard and will sometimes go on family walks in the morning. Jordan is very enthusiastic when he first goes outside or meets a new person. When he went outside, he jumped and ran for about 10 minutes and then he settled down and wanted to be loved on. He is currently eating Iams Adult, dry dog food. He is not aggressive with toys or food. He knows sit, shake, and down. Jordan was trained at home. Jordan is very laid back and eager to please. He would respond well to formal training. He is untrained on a leash and pulls. The family uses sonic eggs and shock collars to try and stop the barking. They also use verbal correction. Jordan's last vetting was in 2015 and he is not currently taking any heart worm prevention. Jordan is happy, sweet, loving and endlessly wiggly. He has good energy and likes to play. He has had minimal training, but is house-trained and crate trained. He would love an active family that can spend time with him running and playing during the day, and cuddling on the couch at night. Jordan sleeps in the house at night with no problem. Jordan does not have any known illnesses. He is slightly overweight which may be due to his high interest in food and lack of exercise.

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 17417 in your email please.
BIN 17482BIN#: BIN 17482

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Victoria is a 7 to 8 year old medium sized white spayed female with natural ears and a docked tail. She weighs about 50 pounds. She is deaf but very alert and consistent about watching for cues from people. Her third eyelids come halfway up on each eye, her ears are filthy, she has some missing teeth and her gums need attention. Victoria has 2 large "grape sized" growths on her chest and hanging under chin. Her mouth has an odor. Her back end is weak and has wide gait with both legs; one leg occasionally goes up on toes and at other times, both rear feet were very close together. She had fleas but was given flea meds by the owner's vet. She had a negative fecal test. Victoria's coat is nice and soft; no calluses noted on elbows, one slight scar on cheek, and it doesn't look like she has ever had puppies. It is unknown if Victoria is spayed but her abdomen looks like she's never been a mama. It does look like she has been well cared for in her past. Her heart worm status is unknown. The current owner is a Good Samaritan who found Victoria on side of rural highway in an area known to be a dog dumping ground, far from any homes. The owner passed by her while traveling and came back by 3 hours later to find her waiting in same position. She noted that Victoria was wearing a large collar with "Deaf Dog" on it as well as having some difficulty in walking. It is not an area where a senior dog would have wandered to on her own. The Good Samaritan is also a rescuer and a foster home for another rescue group in the metroplex. She took Victoria home with her and has held her for over a week now, trying to network her on Facebook groups, vet offices and shelters to find her true owners. Victoria was taken to their vet and scanned for microchip. She was also given meds for tapeworms and fleas. The location where she was found is not served by a county shelter. The city shelter, although contacted, did not want her. They let her know that she has essentially served her 5 day stray hold with the Good Samaritian and can be considered hers. Victoria's pics w/o the Deaf Dog collar have been widely shared and cross posted in attempts to find owners but so far only people calling are looking for a male white boxer. As a result, the Good Samaritan decided that they would keep her until it was discovered that she has a very high prey drive and laser focus on the young daughter's cat. They are doing separation, but would rather not take a chance that the cat be killed and they are experienced enough to recognize this as a possibility. Victoria is allowed to free roam with other dogs in the home and separated from cat. When the cat is out or in same room, she is crated. Owner is stay at home mom and Victoria is not crated for more than 2-4 hours. Victoria is crated at night for 8-9 hours and does well. Most of information came from observations made by the 9 year old daughter who stated that Victoria is GREAT with kids. Victoria takes treats very gently and when she sees you, she comes up softly wagging her tail and tries to lick you. It is very obvious that her commentary is spot on. Victoria watches the young lady and owner intently while being very friendly to those she just met. The only time she has barked was when the owners husband came in and they met for the first time, but it was more like a "hey, who are you?" kinda bark and not an aggressive one. The 9 year old daughter also noted that Victoria snores really loudly but that her farts are becoming less smelly. Victoria did just fine with her bath to get rid of fleas. She is very chill and calm with most activities. She is allowed to play and explore in the back yard. She gets along fine with the other 4 dogs in the home and is very laid back and chill. We saw pictures of her lying next to the other dogs and cuddling as if they'd been old friends. Victoria, again due to her age, was not every high energy but very curious and makes great eye contact for communication. She does not know many hand signs (But owner does not have experience with deaf dogs either). She does know how to sit and walks AMAZINGLY well on a leash without pulling with the daughter. She seems to tire easily. When walking on pine straw needles and concrete, she occasionally had trouble keeping her feet from slipping out from under her. Victoria doesn't show any interest in toys, yet. Her ribs have filled back out with eating Victors Grain Free food and she looks like she's gained a little weight since being found. Being deaf, she is vigilant about watching the people around her for signs. She does know how to sit and she waits patiently for her food, watching for hand signal that she can eat. Someone in her past must've loved her for she really is a sweet dog. She does EXCELLENT on a leash! Loose leash walking with the daughter was perfect. Haven't had to do anything other than touch her to redirect focus away from cat. Daughter stated that she can hold Victoria's bowl and she doesn't care if she moves it. She is fed separately from other dogs since she is still a newbie to the home. Only a little guarding perhaps of her back legs and stability and she's little aggressive in her fixation towards the cat. She is an absolute doll! If you sit on the ground, she comes up to give kisses and then plops in your lap. If someone were wanting a calmer laid back dog, she would be perfect.

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 17482 in your email please.
BIN 17414BIN#: BIN 17414

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: **Update 11/14: Owner will not surrender without Canelo, BIN 17415*** Lola is a 10 year old small spayed white female with natural ears and a docked tail. She is not deaf. The owner is a very nice young man who has encountered some serious health issues including OCD and anxiety over the last 3 years. He has lost his job and has been unemployed for approximately 1 years. He has been in counseling and has had to move into a small building in the back of his parents property. He has very limited financial resources, yet he loves his babies and wants to give them a better life. He has kept up their heart worm preventative but has very limited funds for any additional or unexpected expenses for his babies. He stated that he loves them enough to give them a better life and has been very concerned for his pups but his family does not share this type of concern and has not been interested in helping in any way with them. The owner got Lola when she was 3 years old. Lola has been an outside dog the entire time he has owned her. She loves kids and does not knock them down. She is very protective of her yard, but once the kids or adults are introduced to her she does well. She did not bark at me when I walked to the back yard, but the owner stated she would have had I been there by myself. With new animals, she needs slow introductions and after that is very friendly with other dogs. Lola is not crate trained, but after the surgery on her leg, she was crated and she did well. Lola does not like water, but when on a leash, she will hold still for a bath. She really doesn't play fetch or with toys, but does play with Canelo (BIN 17415). I can see that the heat really affects her and she definitely is a sweet ole lady. She loves chew toys and is not possessive of them when she has them. Canelo is a bit pushy with Lola and she gives in to him. He will take her chew toys and she just lets him. She eats Dry Pedigree right now and they are fed separately as Canelo enjoys pushing Lola out of the way and taking her food. She has no formal training. She did not appear to know stay, sit, shake or anything else. She walks on a leash well with a collar. Verbal correction is used for discipline. Slow introductions with other dogs was the owners main concern, especially with the change she will be going through. He is sooooooo very concerned and has been wrestling with this decision for 4 months. He truly wants the best for these pups. She is up to date on heart worm prevention. Lola is the more docile and accepting of the two pups and he will miss her. Lola is white, but is really dirty and in need of a good bath. She shows the wear of an outside dog who is 10. She was soooooooo very sweet, but also stand-offish from me. Canelo was the one that wanted all my attention. She has worn pads on her feet and her legs at her joints from her being outside. She has tear stains on her face and she let me look at her teeth which really looked pretty good. Other than the one hard knot on the neck she just looks a little rough for wear and needs a good spa day. She does not like fireworks or loud noises. She will protect the yard if someone is on the other side of the fence or she feels the need to be protective. Lola has been spayed and has had a MCT removed from her right leg. She currently has a small hard knot on the right side of the back of her neck. It is movable and does not cause her any pain. She has not had any other MCT removed from her and no regrowth since that surgery. She did yelp and limp when I was evaluating her, I believe she stepped on a piece of steel that was a barrier between the small garage/portable building and concrete outer area (I would equal it to stepping on a small carpet nail). She limped for quite a bit of time, but got better as the visit continued. This had happened one other time about 3 years ago and he took her to the vet, but she didn't have any broken bones just a muscle injury, the vet likened it to rough play with Canelo. She has had 2 litters of puppies.

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 17414 in your email please.
BIN 17422BIN#: BIN 17422

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Nathalene aka Nathe is a 7 year old medium sized unaltered fawn female with natural ears and a docked tail. She is not deaf. She is being surrendered because her owner is a breeder and can't care for them anymore. Nathe is kept in a small dog run outside. She was friendly but cautious when approaching me. She let me love on her but was unsure about it. She did not jump or crowd me. She hated being put back in the run after we did pics. She has probably never been in the house or had a bath. She only has the room of a small dog run to move around in. No playing was seen, she was very subdued. She is kept separated from other dogs. Owner hasn't seen any fights but knows to keep females separate from experience with previous dogs. She has no toys or possessions, so unknown if she is possessive. She eats dry kibble. She has only known breeding. She was fair when leashed for pictures. It is unknown how she'll react around other dogs because she lives in isolation. She's the epitome of why we do rescue. She needs our help to see what a loving home is. I have no doubt she will be a great companion. She obviously hasn't been socialized, so it's unknown how she'll do in a home environment or around other dogs when not in heat. She was friendly but not excited for attention. She was happy to be taken out of that run for a bit. I wasn't uncomfortable with her, just sad. She's a pretty girl.

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 17422 in your email please.
BIN 17337BIN#: BIN 17337

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Halo is a 5 year old neutered flashy fawn smaller male with natural ears and a docked tail. He is being surrendered due to the fact he is with a small non breed specific rescue. He is in a foster home that has smaller dogs. He was left alone briefly with another foster (a small poodle). When the foster mom returned, the smaller dog had been injured and did not survive his injuries. He has always done well with the others in his household, so they are not sure if he was trying to play or if there was a fight. The dog that was injured was known to growl and snap at other dogs, so this may have played into the situation. They do not have anywhere else to move him and are looking for boxer rescue help. He is indoor and outdoors when the owner is home. He sleeps in side. He is crated if the other small dogs are out. He loves kids (including a 6 and 8 yr old). No problems with visitors. Will bark occasionally until he is introduced to a new person. He is house and crate trained. He has not been bathed since he has been in rescue, so unknown how he behaves for this. Unsure how he is for nail trims. He runs around in the yard with another boxer and a large boston terrier for exercise. He has medium level energy. He did jump on me once or twice, but was easily redirected. The boston terrier was chasing him around the yard and biting on his ear with no reaction from Halo. He is not possessive with toys. He eats Iams dry, a little amount of pedigree wet on top. He walks well on a leash. He knows "sit" command. He is disciplined using timeouts in his kennel. There would be no problem taking toys away from him. A foster home or adoptive home would need to know to use caution around small dogs with him. He is up to date on vaccinations and taking heart worm prevention, but is heart worm positive. He seems like a sweet dog! He had no reaction to the owners boston terrier.

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 17337 in your email please.
BIN 17415BIN#: BIN 17415

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: ***Update 11/14: Owner will not surrender without BIN 17414 Lola*** Canelo is a 3 year old large unaltered fawn male with natural ears and a docked tail. He is not deaf. The owner is a very nice young man who has encountered some serious health issues including OCD and anxiety over the last 3 years. He has lost his job, has been in counseling and has had to move into a small building in the back of his parents property. He has very limited financial resources, yet he loves his babies and wants to give them a better life. He has kept up their heart worm preventative but has very limited funds for any additional or unexpected expenses for his babies. He stated that he loves them enough to give them a better life and has been very concerned for his pups but his family does not share this type of concern and has not been interested in helping in any way with them. Canelo lives outside. He is very excitable and jumpy and the owner stated he has knocked down a couple smaller children, but he is just a big lug of a guy and totally wanting attention. He is a HUGE lap dog and doesn't know his size. Canelo LOVES water. Canelo loves to play keep-away and have you chase him. He also loves BIG balls, not small ones. He loves a basketball and will play with that in the backyard (like soccer). The owner advised that Canelo is a bit pushy with Lola (BIN 17414) and she gives in to him. He will take her chew toys and she just lets him. He is eating dry Pedigree right now and they are fed separately as Canelo enjoys pushing Lola out of the way and taking her food. He does not have any training and he was not interested in any sit, stay, shake, etc. He just wanted me to love on him. He definitely is the more social of the 2 dogs and leaned into me quite a bit. The owner stated he walks well on a leash and does not pull now (except at first). Verbal correction is used for discipline. He is non-reactive around food, but wants to eat more than Lola and is pushy. He is a huge lap dog, protective of his yard and excitable and jumpy with smaller kids. He definitely likes to be the center of attention and Lola lets him have it all as well. He is up to date on heart worm prevention. Slow introductions with other dogs was the owners main concern. Especially with the change he will be going through. He is sooooooo very concerned and has been wrestling with this decision for 4 months. He truly wants the best for these pups. This guy is HUGE, GORGEOUS and SUPER SWEET, with a little bit of needy in there....probably just due to his age. His teeth look good and he is SOLID as a rock. His head is the size of a small bucket and his profile is low. He has worn pads on his feet and on his legs from living outside. I saw a couple of areas of hair loss where he may have been scratching and healed over. No lumps, bumps or anything else that concerned me. Fireworks and loud noises scare him. Canelo is also protective of the yard and the owner stated that if he were not with me that Canelo would be barking and alert to a stranger in his yard. He stated that he has not bitten anyone, but is definitely protective. The owner has had Canelo since he was a puppy and he is approximately 3 now. Canelo has had no injuries or illnesses other than the Parvo as a puppy.

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 17415 in your email please.
BIN 17423BIN#: BIN 17423

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Linda is a 7 year old large unaltered fawn female with natural ears and a docked tail. She is not deaf. She is being surrendered because the owner is a breeder and can not care for them anymore. Linda is kept separated in a small dog run outside. Linda was happy when brought out of the run. She was very keen on checking out all the smells and not way interested in me or attention. She did fine on the leash with a little pulling. She has probably never been in the house or had a bath. She only has the room of a small dog run. She really gets no chance to play. There aren't any toys and only interaction with the owner is feeding time from what I can tell. She has no toys or possessions, so unknown if she is possessive with toys. She eats dry kibble. She has had no training. She did fair when leashed for pictures. She didn't get treats or toys. She obviously hasn't been socialized so it's unknown how she'll do in a home environment or around other dogs when not in heat. She was friendly but not excited for attention. She was happy to be taken out of that run for a bit. I wasn't uncomfortable with her, just sad. She's a pretty girl. Again, here is the reason we rescue. This girl has never known love and family. She lives in isolation in a small run.

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 17423 in your email please.
BIN 17470BIN#: BIN 17470

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Harley is a 5ish year old spayed 36 pound female with natural ears and a docked tail. She is being surrendered because her owner moved into an apartment and he couldn't take Harley with him so his mother has been caring for her and can no longer take care of her. She stays outside and in the house both when they are home and away. She is great with adults, kids, strangers and dogs of all sizes. No cat test has been performed. She is house trained and not crate trained. She has never been in a crate. She will tolerate baths, but gets antsy. She has never had her nails trimmed, but the looked good when I did the eval. Harley gets all her exercise in the yard. The yard is a good size and while I was there she was boxer burning her heart out. She is very playful. She did fine in a dog park when the owner took her previously. She is very playful, would definitely need a companion. There were dogs on both sides of the yard and she was looking under the fence and wanting to play with the other dogs. She is not possessive at all. She eats Rachael Ray grain free dry food. The owner did some training, but since Harley has been living with the mother, the training has gone out the window. I did get her to sit, but only very briefly. She pulled on the leash when walking. She has no aggression to other dogs or people. The owner was there during the eval and he was very gentle with her, verbal corrections used for discipline. She would have no reaction if someone tried to take a rawhide or food bowl from her. She was jumpy in the beginning when I got there, but then calmed down as time went on. She ran around the yard like crazy! She is up to date on vaccinations and not on heart worm prevention. Harley is a very sweet girl, she seems to love everyone! She is very playful and would definitely need a companion. She is very jumpy in the beginning but does calm down, but was still jumpy. I would not recommend children under the age of at least 8. She is a very tiny girl at only 36 pounds. She is in great shape and other than not knowing her heart worm status, I feel she would be a quick foster. She will dig under a fence if she finds a visible hole and has gotten out a couple of times but owner says she doesn't go far and always comes back. If there are no visible holes, she is fine. She did try and play with two dogs in a neighboring yard as there were two places that they could see each other. Nothing a foster home or adopter would need to know except owner said she does get a little anxious in the car in the beginning then will lay down. No illnesses or injures, she is in really good shape.

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 17470 in your email please.
BIN 17424BIN#: BIN 17424

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: BeeJean aka BJ is a 2 year old small unaltered brindle female with natural ears and a docked tail. She is not deaf. She is being surrendered because her owner is a breeder and no longer can care for the dogs. She is kept outside in a pen. She was very sweet and friendly. A little bouncy and excited. I know that it is from not being socialized. She has probably never been in the house. I doubt she's ever had a bath. She is kept outside with Bart (BIN 17425). She's high energy and excitable. She has no toys to play with. She does play with Bart. She has no toys or possessions, so not sure if she is possessive. She eats dry kibble. She has not had any training. She was fairly well behaved when leashed for pictures. I didn't see anything that was alarming other than jumping. She is very sweet and starving for affection. This young little girl has known only breeding her whole life. She's a beauty and a sweet heart. I know someone will love her given time and patience. BJ is a beautiful little dog with a sweet personality. She did jump so I would say no young kids. Dog savvy kids would be okay. She definitely needs to be socialized.

Please contact us if you are interested in fostering this boxer! Refer to BIN 17424 in your email please.
BIN 17480BIN#: BIN 17480

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Hula Jane is a 1 year old small spayed flashy fawn female with natural ears and a docked tail. She is not deaf. She is being surrendered because her owner has moved and the new backyard is much smaller than her old one. She has unlimited energy, she runs daily with her male owner and still is very rambuctious. She is also very jumpy and can knock smaller kids over. Also, she is reactive with other dogs. She lives with 2 smaller dogs. She is kept outside when owner is away. She is outside and inside when owner is home. She loves people. She is very jumpy when she first meets a new person and can knock smaller kids over. She is house and crate trained. She can go up to 8 hours and is used to a wire crate. She is fine for bathing and grooming She has never had to have nails trimmed. She runs daily with the male owner for exercise. She also runs around the backyard and plays with the smaller dogs in the home. She has a HIGH energy level. Her play style is rough, but typical boxer play. She can be possessive with toys. She eats dry pedigree dog food. She went through a 12 week class at Petsmart. She learned a lot of basic commands, but it is hard to get her to follow commands when she is excited. She is very good on a leash, but gets excited and tries to get at other dogs whenever she sees them on a walk. She is disciplined using verbal correction, with a follow up of physical help, ie pushing her butt down into a sit position, moving her back down on 4 legs when she jumps, etc. She would be fine if a food bowl or rawhide was taken from her. A foster home or adopter would need to know about her jumpiness and reaction to other dogs. She is also able to jump a 6 foot fence. She is up to date on vaccinations and taking heart worm prevention. The only thing that makes her act differently than normal is other dogs she does not know. She gets excitable with every dog she sees. Sometimes her hackles are up, sometimes, she is wiggly and her nub is going. She does not seem to like females of any breed, but has been around a 10 year old female boxer and done okay. She seems to be more dominant and that could be causing issues with intros. No known illnesses or injuries.

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BIN 17479BIN#: BIN 17479

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: No

Other Info: Daisy is a 4 year old small spayed flashy fawn female with natural ears and a docked tail. She is about 40-45 pounds. She is not deaf. She is being surrendered because she bit the owners son when she was in the middle of a seizure (during the biting air phase), so now she is afraid to have her son near Daisy. There was no punctures, just scratches. They also don't have the money to have her reevaluated when she started having seizures again recently. She is kept outside while they are home. They let her come in at night and she stays in a crate. She was a total indoor dog before the seizures started. Daisy was in the words of the owner, awesome with the son and is a very gentle dog. She is okay with strangers and other dogs. She was very wary of me when I arrived, she flinched when I held my hand for her to sniff. She was very standoffish. She did warm up to me and started to follow me around before I left. Her tail is docked, but on the longer side and she kept it tucked the entire time. She is house trained and crate trained. She can go all night and is used to a wire crate. She doesn't like bathing and grooming, but will tolerate it. She is okay with nail trims. She only gets exercise in the yard. I didn't get the feeling they walked her a lot. Daisy wasn't high energy at all, but that could be because of her seizures and if her medication isn't right that could be the issue. The owner said she loved to play with rope toys, and after she started the phenobarbital she seemed to want to play more. However, since the seizures started again she is very lethargic. She didn't wag her nub once while I was there. She is not possessive with toys. She eats dry, Call of the wild food. She has had no formal training at all and honestly, she seemed almost in a daze, she didn't want to do anything. She is good on a leash. Not really sure how she is disciplined, but she did mention several times about being the 'leader' of this pack. While I was there Daisy was so mellow and just stood there. She would not react to someone taking a food bowl or rawhide from her. No behaviors to mention except they did say she can jump a 7' fence IF she has something that gives her leverage to get over it, otherwise she never tries to get out of the yard. She is not up to date on vaccinations or heart worm prevention. This girl is just PRECIOUS! I feel if she gets evaluated and can control the seizures she would be a great family dog. The owner has her at 4, but I think she's younger, maybe 2.5-3. Nothing makes her act differently than normal that owner is aware of. Daisy started having seizures about 6 months ago, she was taken to the vet and he started her on phenobarbital (60mg) which controlled the seizures. About two weeks ago Daisy started having seizures again and they don't have the money to take her to the vet to be evaluated. She also has two hard growths on her left front leg. One is the size of a half dollar and the other the size of a pea. I did press on them slightly and she didn't act as if it caused any pain.

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BIN 17420BIN#: BIN 17420

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Jax has a foster home!

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BIN 17419BIN#: BIN 17419

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Chloe has a foster home!

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BIN 17447BIN#: BIN 17447

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: I have a foster home!

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BIN 17461BIN#: BIN 17461

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Dak has a foster home!

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BIN 17485BIN#: BIN 17485

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: I have a foster home!

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BIN 17483BIN#: BIN 17483

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Sadie has a foster home!

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BIN 17466BIN#: BIN 17466

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: May May has a foster home!

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BIN 17467BIN#: BIN 17467

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Minnie has a foster home!

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BIN 17477BIN#: BIN 17477

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: I was adopted from the shelter!

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BIN 17472BIN#: BIN 17472

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Rex's owner rehomed him!

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BIN 17425BIN#: BIN 17425

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Bart's owner rehomed him!

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BIN 17449BIN#: BIN 17449

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: I was adopted from the vet clinic!

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BIN 17468BIN#: BIN 17468

Sex: Male

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: Parker has a foster home!

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BIN 17471BIN#: BIN 17471

Sex: Female

Is s/he safe from euthanasia?: Yes

Other Info: I have a foster home!

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