Boxer Mix Dog For Adoption in Little Rock, AR, USA
- Physical Attributes
- Behavioral Characteristics
|OK with Dogs
|OK with Cats
|Owner Experience Required
- Additional Information
|Was the Dog Found
- Up-to-date on Vaccinations
Posted Breed: Boxer / Mixed. 12-20-12 Maizie is very wary when first meeting a stranger. When she gets to know you, she is a very sweet girl. She can jump a 6 ft fence but does come when called. She is good with other dogs but not cats. She needs to be adopted locally.
*All dogs spayed/neutered, up to date on shots and rabies, and on heartworm prevention.
ADOPTION FEE SCHEDULE
Newborn to 8 months - $350 and a spay/ neuter contract if they are not done
8 months (plus 1 day) to 1 year - $300
1 year(plus 1 day) to 2 years - $275
2 years(plus 1 day) to 5 years $250
All boxers 5 years (plus 1 day) and over - $150
All boxer mixes - $150
*A $25 fee is added to dogs with a microchip
Maize is a Boxer mix who was brought to us so we could find her the home she deserves. She is a happy, fun loving, girl who is looking for a forever home. Maize loves to play with her toys and gets along with all other dogs that she has been around, but she can't be around cats. She can get over a chain link fence but not a privacy fence. Maizie is a very sweet and nice family dog who needs a home. Please fill out an application so that she too can have her own home.
We are not a shelter or pound. We don't have a facility. We are all volunteers who love the Boxers. We have jobs and families and don't have "regular business hours". For this reason, we don't show the dogs until an application has been submitted. Submitting an application does not obligate you to adopt a Boxer, but it does tell us that your interest in rescue is serious. We thank you for being considerate of our time and efforts.
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