SEARCH
SEARCH
▼ More Filters ▼
Keyword Search Gender Adoption preference Age GO
BOXER Dog for Adoption in MINNESOTA (MN) Next Dog  
USA

Colleen - FOSTER OR ADOPT ME!! - Boxer (short coat) Dog For Adoption
Boxer Dog For Adoption in Burnsville, MN, USA

rescue

Ad Statistics

Ad ID: ADN-41544
Times Ad Viewed: 872 times
Date Listed: 07/08/2017
Date Expires: 15 days from now
Organization's Other Ads

verified Rescue Information

Organization Name: Across America Boxer Rescue
Location: Burnsville, MN 55337
USA
USA
Organization's Website  


rescue
Breed: Boxer
Gender: Female Female
Nickname:

Colleen - FOSTER OR ADOPT ME!!

Age: Young
Color/Markings: Fawn
Size at Maturity: Large
Availability Date: 07/08/2017
Location: Burnsville, MN 55337
USA
USA
1 People Like This
Tags: Boxer Dog For Adoption in Burnsville, MN, USA
Physical Attributes
Coat Length Short
Altered Yes
Behavioral Characteristics
OK with Dogs Yes
OK with Cats No
Activity Level Highly Active
Other
  • Housetrained
Additional Information
Was the Dog Found No
Other
  • Up-to-date on Vaccinations

Posted Breed: Boxer (short coat). Adoption Fee: $374.06 includes all applicable MN sales tax. Colleen and her six puppies were found in rural Alabama and taken to a shelter...and a shelter was no place for this little family to be. They are now with their foster mom, Corinne and are doing well. The vet said the babies are healthy and approximately six weeks old, but mom is heartworm positive. Colleen's is all ready to find a foster home who will be patient with her insecurities in new situations. Life has not been kind to her and she needs some serious love, attention and patience. Colleen is also heartworm positive and will need a quiet home to help her get through treatment. UPDATE: Colleen is settling in at her foster home. She is learning to trust people and even liking her foster fursibling Charley a little more and more each day. THE LATEST: Colleen just tested heartworm negative...her treatment was a success!!! She is ready to move to a longer term foster or adoptive home. She will require very understanding foster or adoptive parents who will help her with her trust issues and will continue her very intensive training. Colleen will do best in a home with no cats, no small dogs or any other small animals. She loves her foster furbrother Charley :)

Boxer

A.K.A. : German Boxer, Deutscher Boxer
Overview: The Boxer is surprisingly good with children. This breed has a playful nature, yet is patient and intelligent. With early training, a Boxer can provide a strong and watchful companion to all family members.
Breed Group: Working
Weight (lbs): male: 65-80, female: 50-65
Height (in): male: 22.5-25, female: 21-23.5
Colors: Fawn and brindle, both with or without white flashing and black mask.
Coat: White should not cover more than a third of the dog. Coat is short and smooth.
Character: Boxers tend to be very friendly and intelligent dogs. They bond very closely with their family.
Temperament: The breed gets along especially well with children. They also can get along well with most other dogs and household pets. They can be naturally inclined to protect a family from intruders.
Care: The Boxer can get by with an occasional good brushing.
Training: This breed needs special consideration in training to not jump on people, but it learns quickly. A consistent effort will pay off during training.
Activity: The Boxer requires a lot of exercise, including long walks and playing in the yard.
Country of Origin: Germany
Health Issue: This breed has some major concerns such as cardiomyopathy, sub-aortic stenosis, and hip dysplasia. They are occasionally prone to epilepsy and, in later years, may be prone to tumors. They have a tendency toward allergies and heart problems.
Life Expectancy: 8-10

More About Boxer Breed
If you’re looking to adopt a dog and don’t know where to start, puppyfinder.com is an excellent source for information about adopting a dog and will connect you with hundreds of shelters across the US that have adoptable puppies and older dogs waiting for forever homes.
  1. Do your research – find out what types of dogs would be a good fit for your lifestyle and the activity level of your family. Also keep in mind the grooming needs of certain breeds that might require frequent maintenance.
  2. Decide what you can handle – before you get sucked in by all the adorable puppy eyes you’re about to see, think long and hard about the appropriate age dog for your family or if you are capable of caring for a special needs dog. Puppies are a lot of work, if you don’t have time for potty training and obedience classes you’ll want to consider an older dog. There are plenty of middle aged, vibrant dogs up for adoption as well as many senior dogs that would be a great fit for a family looking for a more subdued dog with lots of love to give.
  3. Learn about the shelters and their adoption policies – It might be easier to start looking at shelters within a certain radius of home but don’t be afraid to venture out to other states as well. Many states have larger populations of adoptable dogs and their shelters are willing to transport pets to suitable adopting families. Some shelters might have requirements for a home visit, a fenced yard or require you to visit the pet multiple times before you commit to adopting. Understand that the shelters are doing their best to place the pets in suitable homes and these requirements are in the best interest of both you and the pet.
  4. Start looking… Once you know what you’re looking for and what to expect you can start your search through thousands of adoptable dogs. PuppyFinder allows you to search by age, breed, location and gender.
  5. Meet in person. Whenever possible it is best to meet the animal in person before agreeing to bring them into your life. Even though photos and descriptions can tell you a bit about a dog, you can’t get a true feeling for the animal until you are able to interact with them and make sure they are a good fit for your entire family, including other pets.
    Displaying 1-10 of 31 result(s).
    • Bulloxer Dog For Adoption in Burnsville, MN, USA

      Chloe - ADOP...

      verified

      rescue
      Breed: Bulloxer
      Sex: Female Female
      Age: Adult
      Location: USA
      Posted Breed: Boxer / American Bulldog / Mixed (short coat). Adoption Fee: $320.63 includes all applicable MN sales tax. Sweet Chloe was picked up on the streets of Chicago...scared, starving and injured. Her eye is looking and feeling much better and she is getting lots of love, TLC and good food in her foster home. Chloe is good with other big dogs, she does not do well with cats or with small dogs. She is a lovable girl. She runs up to you wiggling and can't wait to roll over and show her tummy. Chloe is housebroken and crate trained. She does seem to have some vision issues with her previously injured eye but it doesn't slow her down!
      Be The First To Like This
      Tags:
      Bulloxer Dog For Adoption in Burnsville, MN, USA
    • Boxer Dog For Adoption in Burnsville, MN, USA

      Hoskin - URG...

      verified

      rescue
      Breed: Boxer
      Sex: Male Male
      Age: Young
      Location: USA
      Posted Breed: Boxer (short coat). Adoption Fee: $374.06 includes all applicable MN sales tax. Hoskin was not a happy boy at the shelter...the sounds, smells and kennel terrified him. Once out of the kennel and taken outside he was a happy, wiggly playful boy! FROM HOSKIN'S FOSTER FAMILY: Hoskin has finished our 2 week shut down. He plays really well with toys by himself. He sleeps in his crate while we are at work & at night. He is still adjusting to our food, but his coat is much softer! So far, he growls to let us know he needs out in between scheduled times. Hoskin is great with Redford since Redford tends to be more calm. We limit time with Dexter since they try to charge at each other (two alpha male personalities). Hoskin is "on alert" outside. He is extremely fearful of cars, which makes me think his leg was broken from being hit by a car. He does well walking on a leash, but we have only been on our quiet street. He is very fearful of strangers (as neighbors have been out while it was potty time). He does not let his hurt leg slow him down at all. I would suggest a home where he is the only dog or with a submissive female and no small children. His handler has to show Hoskin who is boss. He is a cute wiggle butt and loves to be petted with belly rubs and snuggle time. He is a great dog that just needs continuous training that I'm sure will come in time with trust. Hoskin's foster family will continue to work on his trust and insecurity in certain situations :) THE LATEST: Hoskin has been with us for 6 1/2 weeks now. He has made very good progress with us during that time with severe trust issues. Hoskin is able to interact/play with our dogs, but with supervision at all times. Hoskin is very fearful of any strangers and any loud noises such as loud trucks going by on our street. He lunges at the road. He's a small boxer at 55 lbs, but mighty!! He does not let his deformed leg stop him! He has had a few pee accidents inside when he wakes up - he has to go ASAP! So, I keep my shoes by the door & we have restricted his water after 8pm. He has a great appetite, loves to fetch, plays with toys well, and entertains himself. He chases his own tail! Haha! He loves to snuggle with us at night on our bed. We keep him in the crate while we are at work & fusses for a little while, but settles down. I would suggest training with his furever home members especially if you plan to walk dogs together. Right now, Hoskin goes on walks by himself to diminish overstimulation. We have a fenced in yard, but have not let him off the leash yet as we are still teaching boundaries. (I have a few gardens.) URGENT/UPDATE: We are in URGENT need of a foster home for Hoskin. He is about 4 years old and completely vetted. He is currently fostering with two older Boxer boys who he has had a couple of scrapes with but for the most part has been good with them. Hoskin seems to be a "one person" dog...he trusts and is loyal to one person in the home. He has not been around kids or cats. At this point we would not place him in a home with kids under 18. Hoskin is currently located in Paxton, IL. Please email Lori at lweese99@hotmail.com for more information. Thank you!
      Be The First To Like This
      Tags:
      Boxer Dog For Adoption in Burnsville, MN, USA
    • Boxer Dog For Adoption in Burnsville, MN, USA

      Moose

      verified

      rescue
      Breed: Boxer
      Sex: Male Male
      Age: Young
      Location: USA
      Posted Breed: Boxer (short coat). Adoption Fee: $427.50 includes all applicable MN sales tax. Hey everyone, Moose here!! I am so excited to out of the shelter! I used to live outside and but am learning quickly that living inside is much more fun. I am also learning that I still need to potty outside but my foster mom says I am doing very well at figuring it out. I also get a little nervous when she leaves but she assures me that she will be back and she always is! UPDATE: Moose has been a part of our home since February 2016. He will require a home that can set clear boundaries and work on training at least 20-30 minutes per day. He prefers to be engaged in thinking activities and likes to be the center of attention. All members of the family need to be confident in the ability to hold him to his rules. He is crate trained and loves to go “kennel”. He also has basic commands down pretty well. Grooming activities are easy with Moose. He likes to get a bath and have his nails trimmed. THE LATEST: Moose is a very loving boy that wants to snuggle and be a part of a new family. He doesn’t need constant attention, in fact there are times he likes his “me” time to contemplate his world. He loves to please and is very food motivated to learn. Moose is not the typical boxer in that he LOVES everyone upon meeting them. He likes to take his time with introductions and seeing if you are a “safe” person. Once he sees people as trustworthy, he is a very normal boxer in that he will play and wiggle for you. He is a very smart boy. He is crate trained, knows basic commands, and is handled best by redirecting negative behavior in a positive way. For example, when barking out the window at a person walking their dog he responds better to “Thank you Moose for letting me know. Good boy. Leave it now.” rather than “No, that’s naughty.” He will walk away from the window feeling like he did his job to let me know of possible “danger”. He wants to be seen as a good dog, but he will test some boundaries as all dogs will. The key is to always redirect with something positive. High energy places tend to make him nervous, so he becomes tense and not his usual self. Due to that personality trait, he is not a good candidate for meet and greets. He would love to meet new families in a calm location with slow and short introductions. What Moose Needs Home devoted to taking him to training as soon as possible. It will allow you to bond and communicate with the help of a trainer. He wants to please and learn, so it should be a positive experience for all involved. Home with older children. Moose is still young, and he can be grumpy about things. A home with teenage children where the energy level is calmer would be a best fit. Home with another dog as long as it is submissive. He does well with other dogs, but he tends to be a dominant personality, so a slow introduction with a submissive personality would work best. It would also be good if the other dog was only slightly older than him, so that they could wrestle and play. If he is an only dog, that will be fine as long as if there are new dogs coming into the home, they are more on the submissive side. Home with cat(s) would be OK. He gets along with our cat, but there are times that he will give a good chase for fun. He has never hurt that cat and has assured me that the cat “started it”. Home with a focus on positive reinforcement. Moose is a strong willed dog. He is still very young (2 years old) and is willing to learn new routines, but he will need positive redirection to learn a new household’s expectations. Home that can continue his medication of Proin. While he is on the medication, he has no accidents in the house. If he misses a dose, then there will be accidents. The medication helps to control a bladder issue. The medication is easy to give him; just put it in with his food and it is eaten.
      Be The First To Like This
      Tags:
      Boxer Dog For Adoption in Burnsville, MN, USA
    • Boxer Dog For Adoption in Burnsville, MN, USA

      Tator

      verified

      rescue
      Breed: Boxer
      Sex: Male Male
      Age: Adult
      Location: USA
      Posted Breed: Boxer (short coat). Adoption Fee: $267.19 includes all applicable MN sales tax. Tator is 6 years old and he is heartworm positive. He gets along with other dogs and ignored the cats when tested. He is mostly quiet and is a very friendly guy. Tator was surrendered because his family was moving and they couldn't take him to their new home. He will be getting some routine vetting then will go to his North Carolina foster home to start heartworm treatment. UPDATE: Tator is all finished with his heartworm treatment and he is ready to find his longer term foster or furever home! He can be a little nervous and insecure in new situations and he will look to his people for direction and reassurance. FROM TATOR'S FOSTER MOM: Tator aka Otis is a 6.5 year old male Brindle Boxer. We have been fostering him since early September so we have gotten to know each other pretty well! He has had several names since his rescue, including Tator and Oscar, however he did not respond to those so we've dubbed him 'Otis' and it stuck! Odie Odie Odie! Otis is currently fostering with a large fur family, including 3 dogs and a cat. He's been fantastic with the dogs after an extended 2 week shutdown and loves having canine playmates! However he seems to be too interested in the cat, so at this time we are recommending a feline-free home for him. He's also been great with respectful children that he's met! Otis is crate trained and will often walk into his crate without prompting. He is a quiet guy and does not do much barking, unless he's crated and needs to potty. He's a very mellow, low energy dog and would do great in just about any family situation. A walk a day is enough for him! Otis is still figuring out toys, he will occasionally pick them up and carry them around, but doesn't really play with them. He's also very respectful of furniture, or doesn't seem to care for laying on it. If we don't let him out after too long, he will have an accident (unlike a housebroken dog who knows to hold it, Otis will let 'er flow). However, as long as we remain aware and let him out on a regular basis, anytime he comes out of the crate, etc, he does not have accidents. We haven't had an accident in several months now. When Otis first came into rescue, he was heartworm positive and suffering from mange. He had spent his life chained up outside. But he has since been treated for all and is doing very well! He seems to have a grain and chicken allergy that causes him to itch, so he is being kept on grain/chicken free food and getting a medicated shampoo bath every 3-4 weeks which seems to control it. Otis is an incredibly sweet, easy going Boxer. Upon taking him in, it was reported that he had some resource guarding issues. He has not had any guarding issues since coming back to the rescue. MEDICAL UPDATE: Tator (aka Otis) has had some ongoing skin issues that we are working on getting under control. His diet has been changed and he is on some natural supplements that seem to be helping. We are currently evaluating his thyroid level to see if medication is needed. Please don't let that deter you from adopting this amazing boy...thyroid medication is very inexpensive and he is totally worth it :)
      Be The First To Like This
      Tags:
      Boxer Dog For Adoption in Burnsville, MN, USA
    • Boxer Dog For Adoption in Burnsville, MN, USA

      Benson - ADO...

      verified

      rescue
      Breed: Boxer
      Sex: Male Male
      Age: Adult
      Location: USA
      Posted Breed: Boxer (short coat). Adoption Fee: $267.19 includes all applicable MN sales tax. Benson is an adorable southern gentleman who just arrived at his Mississippi foster home very soon to start heartworm treatment. He is as sweet as he is cute and is great with other dogs. 12/8 UPDATE FROM BENSON'S FOSTER MOM: Benson doesn't tear up anything in the house when left alone. He has not had any accidents in the house. He's learning to take treats gently....loves to snuggle....walks GREAT on a leash. They only thing about him I can find is that he is not good with dogs who are bigger than him. He seems to not mind cats and is good with the horses, too! UPDATE: Benson has completed heartworm treatment and he is ready to find his furever home!!
      Be The First To Like This
      Tags:
      Boxer Dog For Adoption in Burnsville, MN, USA
    • Boxer Dog For Adoption in Burnsville, MN, USA

      Dempsey - IN...

      verified

      rescue
      Breed: Boxer
      Sex: Male Male
      Age: Young
      Location: USA
      Posted Breed: Boxer (short coat). Adoption Fee: $374.06 includes all applicable MN sales tax. Dempsey is a sweet and very affectionate boy who loves to give hugs. He tested well with other dogs, he would probably chase cats. He was adopted and returned after nipping a child while upsupervised after only being in the home for two days. Dempsey is settling into his temporary foster home. He will do best in a home with older children. FROM DEMPSEY'S TEMPORARY FOSTER MOM: Dempsey is a super cute dark brindle boxer boy who we estimate is around 2 years old. He was saved by Across America Boxer Rescue from a shelter working to maintain a no kill status in Lafayette, Indiana. He has spent way too much of his young life confined to a kennel and unsocialized. This cute little peanut needs some work with feeling safe in new situations, and understanding that there will always be enough: love, attention, food, water and time for him from now until forever. He hasn’t figured out the ecstasy of floppy toys or the achievement felt when the last morsel is extracted from a kong! He needs a person who has the time and energy to walk the line between crazy, wild, mouthy, sassy puppy child and refined, sophisticated and mature boxer boy. He is unsure about his place with other dogs, and his previous choices have been to try and dominate the relationship, his foster brothers are veterans with fosters and don’t mind too terribly being bossed around or neglected for a while as the new dog acclimates, a new brother or sister might become jealous and that could create a potential problem. He has concerns about making sure his needs are met, indicating that the pattern has been that they have not been, but he has done well with firm boundaries and a lot of encouragement and reassurance. He bonds VERY quickly with his people and seems to have the view that if he controls the people he controls the resources; which to his credit, is not wrong. (and seriously with that face it works particularly well.) A concern that I have is that he will need slow and thorough introductions with his new house dogs. When he is afraid he gets snarly, which is an unacceptable behavior for any young dog, but he has settled in to our home so much faster than I ever expected!! And I am so proud of him!! He was tethered to me for the first 3 days, learning in my immediate proximity the house rules. We took several walks to help relieve the tension in the house, which worked remarkably well. My old boys got a chance to relax and he used up some of his excess energy and had a resetting sniff. The third day we had some off leash time, but no play was allowed with the boys. He was allowed to play with me, and dare I say it’s been a long time since there has been a puppy in this house and I got boxed a couple of times, so keep your dukes up!! There were still a couple of snarly incidents over visitors and food control. He remains overly interested in the food bowls. He has mellowed about visitors after some practice and management. He has slept in his kennel every night and settles down nicely; he particularly likes Arty Wu meditations while he is settling down for bed (yes, I tried others). The first couple of nights he had some loud and righteous indignation at being confined yet again, but dogs make bad choices and he does not respect the baby gate boundary as of 10/29/16. He loves going for a walk and is the most superb leash walker I have ever had the privilege of fostering! I motion that this would be an EXCELLENT opportunity for crafting a bond in his forever home! He is a very smart boy! A small obedience course would be an amazing exercise for this boy; I suggest having one set up prior to placement and beginning immediately upon arrival. Not only would it provide a bonding experience, but controlled exposure to other dogs doing “their own thing”. The sixth day he was allowed to play with Georgia, because he asked and she expressed interest. He is somewhat overzealous in his play; hard nibbling, lip “biting” (in play, but rough), boxing hard and pouncing. The play was acceptable, but was broken up while it was still a positive experience for both dogs. Dempsey was redirected to play with us and Georgia was sent to get a play facilitator (a toy! J ) There have been several “plays” in the subsequent days and he has been allowed to remain with the boys while I use the bathroom, or while they are sunning in the afternoon. He has maintained and improved his acceptance of them, and they of him. This boy has a bright future ahead of him if his improvement continues on this level! I am incredibly and increasingly hopeful that he has the capacity to make good choices when his needs are consistently being met. We continue to work on: - Using toys to play and not mouthing on hands. - Taking turns getting snacks and waiting in line for the water bowl. - Maintaining patterned feeding schedule and feeding routine to establish feelings of food security - Walking like an absolute boss on the leash 1/6/17 UPDATE: Dempsey will be starting obedience classes with his foster mom and dad.
      Be The First To Like This
      Tags:
      Boxer Dog For Adoption in Burnsville, MN, USA
    • Boxer Dog For Adoption in Burnsville, MN, USA

      LB (aka Jeri...

      verified

      rescue
      Breed: Boxer
      Sex: Male Male
      Age: Adult
      Location: USA
      Posted Breed: Boxer (short coat). LB is a gorgeous older gentleman whose family never came to get him at the shelter. He is social and friendly when meeting new dogs, will offer play bows, sniff the other dog, likes to run in circles, plays a little rough at times, but can be easily redirected. He will run up and down the yard with other dogs and solicit attention and play from other dogs. He is friendly and social with unfamiliar people, does well on walks and in the play yards. He loves to play with toys, especially his ball. He likes attention, enjoys people he knows, will go a little slow with unfamiliar people, but is eager to meet them and explore. LB resource guards food and toys so he will need some work on that. We have no idea how he is with cats or children. THE LATEST: LB (aka Jericho) is being fostering in northern Illinois. From his foster mom: Jericho has become a lover of a guy. All we do is look at him if he is acting up and that butt hits the floor. He is still afraid of any place new and new people, especially men. The odd thing is, my husband, Pete, is his absolute favorite human being. Tell him, " Daddy's Home! " and he is literally doing the Boxer shuffle, waiting for his turn at hugs and giving kisses. I don't know all that he is been through, but the signs of neglect and abuse are there. I can finally rub his ears and touch the top of his head, and he has learned to let us know what scares him without growling and snapping. He is housebroken, eats well, sleeps like a champ and nothing makes him happier than the clean, warm blanket exchange every week. He does inventory of his toys and is finally starting to play with us a bit. He eats well, loves his walks, although it is still a battle for supremacy there. He is NOT cat friendly and he is scared of children who yell, scream, run and make him feel vulnerable. When he is drowsy and ready to sleep, he is the sweetest guy, ever. He wants nothing more to love and give love in return...it's just taking a bit of time and effort on both sides. It is impossible not to love him, and he is not leaving here until a family can honestly say he will be loved unconditionally all the days of his life. FROM LB'S FOSTER MOM: Jericho would welcome a dog whom he can run and play with. Once you have earned Jericho's trust, he is a funny, goofy loving boy. He is high energy, very strong, loves his toys, his tennis balls, his walks, and his people. Once again, he is VERY strong, and is still a bit hyper, even on his Easy Walk, No Pull Harness. Although he has not chased my Mother-In-Law's cats, he is a bit too interested in them, so a no cat family is recommended. He is improving in his people skills, loves to go to Petsmart and see all the activity, but he can get a bit snappy and growly if approached too fast. People had not been too kind in his previous life, so this behavior is understandable. Rico is housebroken, crate trained, and knows sit, watch, waiting, shake and gentle. He has a working knowledge of "friend" "baby-gentle" and "stay". He is currently eating SoJo's mixed with Whole Earth Farms Beef & Lamb. No Chicken or Turkey, please, that makes him itch / scratch. He LOVES his meals. He was underweight at 52 lbs when he got here,but is now a healthy and handsome 65 lbs. The Vet would like him to stay at that weight. He eats at approximately 6:30 am. and 2 pm with a cup of dry only at 6 pm. He lives for treats, and we use Buddy Biscuits, broken up. Jericho's teeth aren't good right now, but he is scheduled for a dental on April 27th. Hopefully, that will fix up his few problems.
      1 People Like This
      Tags:
      Boxer Dog For Adoption in Burnsville, MN, USA
    • Boxer Dog For Adoption in Burnsville, MN, USA

      Randy - ADOP...

      verified

      rescue
      Breed: Boxer
      Sex: Male Male
      Age: Young
      Location: USA
      Posted Breed: Boxer (short coat). Randy is a gorgeous boy who needs some help feeling safe and secure in his home when no one is at home. He is good with other dogs, gives tons of kisses and loves nothing more than to be with his people. He is great with children. Randy is a countersurfer and will help himself to anything boxed (cereal, pancake mix, cake mix, etc). His foster mom is working on crate training with him :)
      Be The First To Like This
      Tags:
      Boxer Dog For Adoption in Burnsville, MN, USA
    • Boxer Dog For Adoption in Burnsville, MN, USA

      Gizmo - FOST...

      verified

      rescue
      Breed: Boxer
      Sex: Male Male
      Age: Adult
      Location: USA
      Posted Breed: Boxer (short coat). Gizmo is 8 years young and full of life and love despite being neglected both mentally and physically for most of his life. He put on some much-needed weight while in the shelter and was loved and very well taken care of while there but he is super happy to be out and headed to his foster home. We know that he is great with other kids and LOVES to play ball. Please check back for updates on Gizmo as we get to know him! UPDATE: Gizmo is having some trouble trusting that other dogs want to be his friend. He will be working on settling in with his fursiblings in his temporary foster home. He is fantastic with kids and LOVES to play ball. THE LATEST ON GIZMO: He will do best in a home either as an only dog or a slow intro with a female dog. He doesn't seem to fond of the males. He is great with people and kids. Very affectionate, cuddles, loves his belly rubbed, crate trained and house trained.
      -1 People Like This
      Tags:
      Boxer Dog For Adoption in Burnsville, MN, USA
    • Boxer Dog For Adoption in Burnsville, MN, USA

      Beauregard -...

      verified

      rescue
      Breed: Boxer
      Sex: Male Male
      Age: Adult
      Location: USA
      Posted Breed: Boxer (short coat). Beau has arrived at his temporary foster home and is doing well. So far we know he is good with kids and with other dogs. He knows the commands for "sit", "lay" and "shake". Please check back soon for more information on this gorgeous boy!
      Be The First To Like This
      Tags:
      Boxer Dog For Adoption in Burnsville, MN, USA
 
 
 
 
Clear All