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Boxer Dog For Adoption in Chinook, WA, USA

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Organization Name: Wigglin Home Boxer Rescue
Location: Chinook, WA
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Breed: Boxer
Gender: Female Female
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Juno

Age: Adult
Color/Markings: Brindle
Size at Maturity: Large
Availability Date: 05/14/2017
Location: Chinook, WA 97702
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Boxer Dog For Adoption in Chinook, WA, USA

Physical Attributes
Eye Color Brown
Ear Type Natural/Uncropped
Tail Type Docked
Coat Length Short
Grooming Needs Low
Likes to Vocalize Some
Shedding Amount None
Behavioral Characteristics
OK with Kids Yes
OK with Dogs Yes
Activity Level Moderately Active
Fence Required Any Type
Other
  • Yard Required
  • Good in a Car
  • Likes to Be in Your Lap
Personality
Personality Characteristics
  • Playful
  • Affectionate
  • Even-Tempered
Additional Information
Was the Dog Found No
Other
  • Heat Sensitive
  • Cold Sensitive

Posted Breed: Boxer (short coat). Juno & Rocket (Bonded Pair) 6.5 Years Old Female (Juno) 8.5 Years Old Male (Rocket) Good with dogs of all sizes Good with cats Fostered in Bend, OR We were adopted in the middle of winter, last November (2016). We love our family and they love us. During the winter we didn't get much interaction with the chickens. However, as the winter faded into spring, we began to realize that chicken would likely be tasty. We discovered it was very good. Sadly, this just won't work. We need a chicken free zone. We're lovable snuggle bugs who provide lots of luv, we're twice the luv than one dog. We are mature, so no puppy issues to deal with like--chewing, house training or crate training, and when you aren't around we have each other. Below we've provide their pervious Bio. Previous Bio: What does a bonded pair mean? It means we are stuck at the hip, dynamic duo, double cuddles, and of course we will be adopted out as a pair. It also means we are each other’s playmate, blanket, treat stealer, and wing man. When I think of 8.5 yo Rocket I think of Mr.Snuffleupagus from Sesame street. Sweet, goofy guy who doesn’t want to get in anyone’s way and wants to get along. House trained, walks well on a leash, and crate trained. He normally sleeps in his designated area outside a crate. His sister 6.5 yo Miss Juno is a little more cautious than him-- just think a less boisterous Miss Piggy, but with all her sassiness that is understated. She is amazingly sweet, good at fitting in, blending, and making you wonder when she wasn’t in your life. She is also house trained, walks well on a leash, and crate trained. A space/room of her own would make her feel more secure in a new area. Adopting these two will guarantee immediate happiness, joyful, laughs, snorting, and lots of family fun time. These two are so easy going and can be around all shapes and sizes of humans and animals. They love to run, play, and sleep. They would both be an amazing addition/completion to someone’s family, including little humans and other fur family of all sizes. Think of them as a KitKat--why just eat one bar when you have can two? If you feel like you could offer them the home they deserve we would love to consider you for their forever family. Bio https://www.facebook.com/pg/BoxerRescue/photos/?tab=album&album_id=1017539605043939 Adoption Form http://tinyurl.com/WHBRAdoptApp #wigglinboxers #loveaboxer #brindleboxer www.Wigglinhomeboxerrescue.org Email: wigglinhomeboxerrescue@gmail.com Phone (360) 723-0219

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
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    • Boxer Dog For Adoption in Chinook, WA, USA

      Ebbie

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      Breed: Boxer
      Sex: Female Female
      Age: Adult
      Location: USA
      Posted Breed: Boxer (short coat). Ebbie 5 Year ’ s Old Reverse Brindle 66 lbs Fine with Older Children Crate Trained Fostered in Springfield, OR Hey all, my name is Ebbie (well, it ’ s actually Ebony due to my shiny dark fur, but I prefer to be called Ebbie, because it ’ s cute, like me). Prior to rescue I was bred — A LOT, probably too much — but now I am officially retired from motherhood. WHBR is making sure of that. Because of my past life, I am not very patient with male dogs. Females are alright as long as they don ’ t want to be the one in charge. That is kind of my thing, I like being the queen. I feel like I have earned that right. I do have another fur girl here in my foster home. She is a bit of a diva like me but we do coexist peacefully. During the day, all the people here leave and go off to work and school. I am content to hang out in my crate, snuggled in my nice soft blankets until they return. Mom says it ’ s important for me to be in my crate because sometimes my manners aren ’ t so good, and I don ’ t wait to potty outside and on occasion I have eaten a slipper or two. When folks get home, Mom and Dad take me and the other girl for a nice long easy walk around the neighborhood. It helps get my energy out. I am super excited when the family returns for the evening as I have missed them so much. Sometimes we go to the place called school. It has a big field and that is where I am working on “ sit ” and “ down-stays ” . I am getting good at the sit! I am also working on “ wait ” at the door and before I eat. As I said before, my manners need some polishing. Mom says I am much to pretty to be acting so wild! In the evenings, I LOVE to relax with the family. My absolute favorite thing is having my ears rubbed. My second favorite thing is a good rump-scratching! On the weekends we play a lot. I love to chase the ball but I can only do it for a little while because I have a very sweet, but also very short, snout and breathing can be hard when I exert myself. My family lets me run errands with them too and I love car rides, especially if they involve going to that really cool place that gives me that delicious treat called a puppicino … YUM!!! If you are ready for a beauty like me in your life, you should fill out your application soo n, I ’ m told folks are falling in love with me left and right. http://tinyurl.com/WHBRAdoptApp www.Wigglinhomeboxerrescue.org Email: wigglinhomeboxerrescue@gmail.com Phone (360) 723-0219
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    • Boxer Dog For Adoption in Chinook, WA, USA

      Biggs

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      Breed: Boxer
      Sex: Male Male
      Age: Adult
      Location: USA
      Posted Breed: Boxer (short coat). Biggs 4 years old Neutered Crate Trained Good on Leash Fostered in Eugene, OR Hey there, my name is Biggs and I'm kind of a "Biggs Deal" if you know what I mean! Ha, just kidding—I am really just a sweet oaf of a guy looking for someone to love me forever. Let me tell you a little about myself, so we can see if I'll be packing my bags. I love people and I find "best" friends quickly. I have several already and really love my foster grandma. I have liked all of the dogs I have met but really haven't found a need to wrestle, honestly I just don't get it! Not much of a toy guy either: however, I do play with my foster brothers hamburger when I'm feeling spunky. We are working on my "sit" and "stay" which are both coming along nicely. A home without young kids might be ideal for me. I'm kind of an old soul (even though I am only 4) and am just not into all the hustle bustle little ones bring. Now, on to the good stuff—I LOVE food and who can blame me? I didn't always have a lot to eat out on the streets, where I was found. I'm making up for lost time! My favorite human food (and this is non-negotiable if you adopt me) is a tortilla. I get super excited when my foster mom gets them out: she says, I do a cute little dance while I am waiting. Another great thing about me is I sleep in my own bed right next to your’s. This way we can be together but have our own space. I am such a gentleman in the morning too, I will wait until you wake up before I get out of my bed for breakfast. My ideal home will be one where I can maybe meander down the street with you (I'm great on leash BTW) for 15 minutes or so, then come in for a gulp of water and a rest at (or on) your feet! I won't be a hiking buddy if that is what you are after, my back legs are not up for that but I do like to see what is going on in the neighborhood. Oh, I almost forgot—I LOVE showers! Good hygiene is such a bonus to finding a home. I even lay down for you and actually prefer the loofah massage for my body wash time! Lastly, you need to know that I have itchy skin so we may need to bathe more than normal, and I am good at that so no worries, really! If you think I might be the guy for you let’s get you started on an application bit.ly/WHBRadopt. www.Wigglinhomeboxerrescue.org Email: wigglinhomeboxerrescue@gmail.com Phone (360) 723-0219
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    • Boxer Dog For Adoption in Chinook, WA, USA

      Serena

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      Breed: Boxer
      Sex: Female Female
      Age: Adult
      Location: USA
      Posted Breed: Boxer (short coat). Serena White, splashes of fawn on her back, black nose, and a brown eyed girl 8 Years Old Pocket Boxer ~ 50 lbs Very well crate trained: expects a treat to enter Does great with dogs after proper intro Great uncrated too (she is scavenger so make sure things are put away) Basic obedience & great recall Cat untested Loves car rides and has a co-pilot license Great with teens (younger children untested) House trained and uses a dog door (can create a challenge when diapered) Fostered in Spokane, WA Serena's foster mom here, Serena is the most endearing lil' boxer I have ever encountered. We first fostered her six months ago and fell in love, so when she need to come back into rescue we were glad to welcome her back and within two hours she just slipped back into our household routine. If she could make it happen she would subsist on belly rubs alone. She welcomes your touch and gladly snuggles in for a cuddle whenever you are ready. She ’ ll shake your hand or give you a high five and when you ’ ve forgotten to give her a belly rub she ’ ll gently tap your arm as a reminder. She greets you with wiggles and smiles and lights up each and every time you use her name or speak to her. Shockingly, this pintsized girl fits in with all three boxers in our pack and they are all huge and ill mannered in comparison. She has had a calming effect on each of them. Why was such an ideal pup returned to the rescue you ask. Her incontinence is not easily managed with meds and she requires diapers, which she rocks BTW, and has earned her the nick name Ms Piddle Pants. She does not soak her diaper, on the contrary if you are using a liner in the diaper she ’ ll leave a few little spots from time-to-time. As long as you ’ ve been diligent in keeping her medication schedule. As a dog owner for over 40 yrs, I cannot image a quality home she would not fit within. She is wonderfully behaved (leaps and bounds above our dogs). She does as you ask (come, go, sit, shake, high-five, crate). She is very food motivated...she loves to eat, so if you want her to do something she doesn ’ t k now just offer her a treat. Adoption Application bit.ly/WHBRadopt www.Wigglinhomeboxerrescue.org Email: wigglinhomeboxerrescue@gmail.com Phone (360) 723-0219
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    • Boxer-Unknown Mix Dog For Adoption in Chinook, WA, USA

      Sadie

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      Breed: Boxer-Unknown Mix
      Sex: Female Female
      Age: Senior
      Location: USA
      Posted Breed: Boxer / Mixed (short coat). Sadie 8 Years Old Female Sable & Tan No Cats Dog Friendly Kid Friendly Perfect on a Lead Good with Grooming Fostered in Newberg, OR Hi my name is Sadie and I'm eight years old. I'm a smallish 44 lbs, which my foster mom says is a perfect size! I live with two foster brother dogs and two cats. I will chase the cat who runs, and I’m always up for a short game of tag. I'm also lucky to have a human brother and sister too! At night, I get to sleep in my human brother, JJ. He lets me in his bed and I don't move until he wakes up in the morning. I am crate trained and mom leaves me out often, because I'm such a good girl while she's gone. This has earned me lots praise. My favorite activity is sleeping, as long as I have a couch or dog bed I'm one happy girl. Not sure what happened, but I don't have many teeth left so I like a soft food diet. I'm a happy, laid back, girl who would love a home of my own to sleep and snuggle into, luv Sadie . Adoption application link bit.ly/WHBRadopt www.Wigglinhomeboxerrescue.org Email: wigglinhomeboxerrescue@gmail.com Phone (360) 723-0219
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    • Bull-Boxer Dog For Adoption in Chinook, WA, USA

      Scrappy

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      Breed: Bull-Boxer
      Sex: Male Male
      Age: Adult
      Location: USA
      Posted Breed: Boxer / Bulldog / Mixed (short coat). Scrappy 5 Years old White Boxer/Bulldog Mix Big kid friendly Big dog friendly No little dogs, cats, chickens or pocket pets 80 pounds of love House and crate trained Basic obedience and leash skills Loves car rides Fostered in Astoria, OR Scrappy loves all people and doesn’t think his size should matter. Especially, when his eighty pound body thinks you need some lap dog time. And boy-o-boy does he pour on the love and charm. He gives the best full on big tongue kisses. He is the perfect balance between his Boxer and his Bulldog heritage. He can lay down some mad zoomies and laze around in the next breathe with total abandon. One moment he’s wiggling across the room, the next he’s sashaying down the hall with that bullish swagger. Scrappy was confined to the tiny space of a small crate for most of his life, so squeezing into a small lap is not a challenge for him. That coupled with his propensity for lap time is why we will not place him in a home with small children. He loves them so much and he might just sit on them and shower them with kisses, not knowing he’s squishing them. He will carry the physical scars of confinement his entire life. It is remarkable he is still willing to crate at all. The pressure points from confinement are not likely to regrow hair. When he first came into rescue, last spring, he was pretty weak in the hindquarters from lack of exercise, but he has gained good muscle mass quickly. As such, he now really enjoys running and romping with the other dogs and is getting around easily. This guy is ready for the right furever family where size doesn’t matter and one who can love him beyond measure, despite his scars. If you are that family, complete an application today, here is a link to the online form bit.ly/WHBRadopt. ww.Wigglinhomeboxerrescue.org Email: wigglinhomeboxerrescue@gmail.com Phone (360) 723-0219
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    • Boxer Dog For Adoption in Chinook, WA, USA

      Rufus

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      Breed: Boxer
      Sex: Male Male
      Age: Senior
      Location: USA
      Posted Breed: Boxer (short coat). Rufus Fawn Male 9 Years old Crate trained Dog friendly Loves car rides Adult home No stairs Great on a leash Well mannered House trained of course Fostered in Woodinville, WA I am a very handsome sweet guy with lots of love to share. I get along with all my doggy friends here--males, females and a little Chi. Laying on comfy dog beds is almost as amazing as the magic food bowl. I am the sweetest Boxer and perfect fur friend to hang around with on those lazy Sunday afternoons. I am looking for a family that is home more often than being away working all day. Taking me to work would be awesome, since I am such a friendly guy I can be a great customer service guy. A retired household might be just the ticket. So, if you want a dog that doesn’t chew things up, knock you over, counter surf like all those young ones do, ... And you just want a guy to spend time with you and lay his head in your lap, showing you how much he loves you, go fill out a app so we can meet. Foster Mom thinks I am the perfect specimen of the Boxer breed. Signed Rufus with love. You can find the link to the online adoption form on the left side of our Facebook page, under the banner on our Website, or here http://tinyurl.com/WHBRAdoptApp. www.Wigglinhomeboxerrescue.org Email: wigglinhomeboxerrescue@gmail.com Phone (360) 723-0219
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      Frannie

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      Breed: Boxer
      Sex: Female Female
      Age: Young
      Location: USA
      Posted Breed: Boxer (short coat). Frannie 1 Year Old White Female Natural Tail NO CRATE Deaf Fostered in Chinook, WA My name is Frannie and I am in search of my forever family. I am a very sweet girl, who is a tad shy until I am sure you will be kind to me; then out comes the charm. At a year old, I’m all about playing; however, I am past that "crazy puppy" stage. My Kong and tennis balls are my keepin’ busy favorites. Long walks with my foster siblings are the best! We go to a huge field where I can run "zoomies". I am very good about staying with my foster siblings and my foster parents let me run free, sorta. They always have a 20 foot lead attached to my collar for safety, as I am deaf and long distance recall can be challenging. Car rides are the best, I usually lie down and take a nap. However, my foster parents are working on teaching me not to bark when I see people outside the car or at the gas attendant. I would do best with older children. I have a beautiful natural long tail and I love to wag it! My foster mom says, it feels like getting hit with a stick...she is kidding. But, seriously my tail wagging might not work around toddlers and young children, plus I cannot hear them if they are behind me. I am working hard and learning with my foster family. Using the dog door to go out for potty is pretty easy, unless it is raining. I must confess, I have piddled where I shouldn’t because of the rain a couple times. The notion is beginning to sink in that rain or no rain, always go outside. There are always great Kathy cookies when I do it right, so the right things are the best things to do. My foster folks are the best and they are teaching me to trust people. Being deaf isn’t easy and I’m just now learning hand signals. Previously, no one understood me and I definitely didn’t understand them. In the few weeks I have been in my foster home, I’ve learn to respond to some hand commands, when I get it right I also get a cookie. I do not like a crate. I will chew on it until I hurt myself. I will bark, I will Howl, and I will do this until I have myself worked up into a state of anxiety. Foster mom says no crate. I get to be free in the house when my Foster parents are gone for a few hours. I will occasionally counter surf, but not always. If things that I like, aka human food is put away there are no issues. My foster siblings are there to keep me company and I follow their lead, they know exactly when everyone is coming home. I would love to have a family of my very own. It would be best if my new family had experience with deaf dogs. We require more understanding, work, and patience. We want to please you we just can't hear you. I was not shown much affection in my past life, so my new family needs to help me build confidence and understand it may take a little more time because of my lack of hearing. I cannot hear your happy voice so you’ll want to make certain I can see your happy face. If you are a family with knowledge of deaf dogs and can see my potential, I will make you an amazing family member. Adoption Application bit.ly/WHBRadopt. bit.ly/WHBRFrannie www.Wigglinhomeboxerrescue.org Email: wigglinhomeboxerrescue@gmail.com Phone (360) 723-0219
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    • Boxer Dog For Adoption in Chinook, WA, USA

      Tyson III

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      Breed: Boxer
      Sex: Male Male
      Age: Adult
      Location: USA
      Posted Breed: Boxer (short coat). Tyson III 3 years old 60 lbs ish Brindle with lots of white that's ticked House trained Great with teens, not well tested with younger children Likely best with female dogs but regardless proper slow/calm intros are a must Crate trained Cats are a work in progress—the right cat and the right situation...maybe Rides well in a car Basic obedience skills Wonderful on a lead Fostered in Vancouver, WA They call me mellow yellow, but I’m also know as Tyson or Tyson III at WHBR. I’m happiest laying at your feet while you’re working. Being in your space, near you, snuggling, and getting loves totally rocks my world. I adore my foster mom, and think my foster dad, and all the teenagers comin’ and goin’ from the house are all pretty great too. Speaking of house—previously, I wasn’t allowed indoors, it broke my heart not to be near my people. Now, I’m just so thankful to have everyone near me and a warm comfy bed to doze in. Mom says she is setting me up for success by not letting me have an unsupervised run of the house, until I’ve proven I’m well adjusted to indoor living. So, I sleep in my personal mini house (crate) when she’s away or when everyone is sleeping. My mini house is decked out with a comfy bed—so, so dang different from the dirt and grass in the backyard. I get my zoomies on once in a while, but that only lasts about a minute max. Add in a few short walks during the week and we’ll call it all good. I do well with my fur K9 siblings, but too much energy can startle me (dial it down, pls) especially, if we haven’t yet been properly introduced. There are also felines here. Mom says if the cats are calm/dog savvy, and I’m well supervised we will may one day be good friends. There are these other things called chickens, ha! their yard is smaller than mine, but they have to stay outside :(. I don’t pay them much mind, except to feel sorry for them—staying outside all the time. Mom says, I have excellent leash skills, a good stay, and I’m working hard on ignoring other animals when on a walk. She also thinks I’m pretty adaptable and that with time and proper guidance I could do okay in almost any home situation. Do you think we might be compatible? Adoption Application bit.ly/WHBRadopt www.Wigglinhomeboxerrescue.org Email: wigglinhomeboxerrescue@gmail.com Phone (360) 723-0219
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    • Boxer-Unknown Mix Dog For Adoption in Chinook, WA, USA

      Raven

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      Breed: Boxer-Unknown Mix
      Sex: Female Female
      Age: Young
      Location: USA
      Posted Breed: Boxer / Mixed (short coat). Raven 1 1/2 Year old Female/spayed Dark chocolate coloring Loves people of all sizes Craves Love Boxer mix (Stafford Terrier maybe) Needs to be an only furchild Fostered in Vancouver, WA Raven amazes us all with her love of life, loyalty, and dedication. Several months ago, instead being the puppy she should have been, she set it all aside, and did the right thing. Rescued from wondering the streets, she landed in foster care, and birthed a beautiful litter of seven! She briefly landed with what we thought was her furever family. Her need to be an only furchild has led to our search for the RIGHT family and home, where her needs will be met. This little girl is a tremendous loving pet for the right family. Being so young and having gone though so much chaos in her life she has learned a great deal. Throughout it all she has made it clear that she will not waiver on being YOUR one and only—we think she deserves that right. We cannot say enough about what a remarkable a job she did by her pups nor how great we believe she her to be! You need to meet her and let her show you herself. Raven is available as a Foster2Adopt pup bit.ly/WHBRF2A or for adoption bit.ly/WHBRadopt. Complete the appropriate application, today. Her video https://youtu.be/NcOgeB76l58. bit.ly/WHBRRaven www.Wigglinhomeboxerrescue.org Email: wigglinhomeboxerrescue@gmail.com Phone (360) 723-0219
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