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Jonah - Boxer / Mixed (short coat) Dog For Adoption
Boxer Mix Dog For Adoption in Elizabeth City, NC, USA

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Ad ID: ADN-24849
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Date Listed: 03/07/2016
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Organization Name:
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rescue
Breed: Boxer Mix
Gender: Male Male
Nickname:

Jonah

Age: Adult
Size at Maturity: Medium
Availability Date: 03/07/2016
Location: Elizabeth City, NC 27909
USA
USA
Tags: Boxer Mix Dog For Adoption in Elizabeth City, NC, USA

Boxer Mix Dog For Adoption in Elizabeth City, NC, USA

Physical Attributes
Coat Length Short
Altered Yes
Behavioral Characteristics
OK with Kids Yes
OK with Dogs Yes
Other
  • Housetrained
Additional Information
Was the Dog Found No
Other
  • Up-to-date on Vaccinations

Posted Breed: Boxer / Mixed (short coat). PLEASE FOSTER ME - OR ADOPT ME! This beautiful dog is currently at our partner shelter in Dresden, TN and is eager to live life indoors! Please don't let the distance stop you because we provide FREE, safe transport to your home! "When we invite dogs into our world, they change it, and we change, too." (Sue Halpern) Jonah is a super little boxer mix boy who was found in a ditch in December 2009 when he was just a baby. It wasn't known how long he had been there but his leg was broken and he was unable to walk. His leg has been repaired but it was broken so long before he was found that he sustained some nerve damage and now walks with a slight limp...but you should see him RUN!!! Jonah loves to run and play with other dogs and he adores every person he meets. He is a smart boy and learns very quickly, and he will be a great companion for most anyone. Jonah needs what all good dogs need - love and attention, limits and training, and consistency. If you provide these for Jonah you will change his world, and your world will be changed too...you will know the unconditional love and loyalty of a good dog! Jonah was born December, 2009 and he weighs 45 pounds; he is house trained, crate trained, and walks well on a leash already! ***This beautiful dog is currently in the shelter in Tennessee but has received full vet care and we will provide FREE volunteer transport to a foster or forever home…please don’t let that stop you from adopting! We are accepting applications to ADOPT OR FOSTER each of the Tennessee dogs listed so they can get out of the shelter. **Sea Dog Rescue is a foster home based rescue - we do not have a shelter or kennel facility nor do we have regular hours when our companions can be seen. For the safety of our foster caregivers and our dogs, applications must be submitted and references checked prior to setting an appointment for a Meet and Greet with our dogs in our foster homes.** All of our dogs have some potty training under their belly, however, dogs less than 8 months of age are not considered reliably potty trained. Most of our dogs less than 6 months of age are not yet spayed or neutered but this will be done by the rescue when they are 6 months old and is included in the adoption fee; these dogs enter homes as "Foster to Adopt" and ownership transfer will not occur until after surgical sterilization is completed. All of our dogs are up to date on vaccinations, including rabies if they are old enough. Microchipping is included in the adoption fee. Adoption fee covers: All age appropriate Vaccinations, including rabies (if old enough) Worming Flea treatment Spay or neuter surgery Pre-surgical blood work Post-surgical pain management Microchip Sea Dog Rescue provides safe transport of all our animals to their new homes

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