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Boxador Dog For Adoption in Clifton, TX, USA


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Date Listed: 12/24/2016
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Breed: Boxador
Gender: Female Female

ZZ - Courtesy Post Rosie

Age: Senior
Color/Markings: Tan/Yellow/Fawn with White
Size at Maturity: Large
Availability Date: 12/24/2016
Location: Clifton, TX, 76634
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Boxador Dog For Adoption in Clifton, TX, USA

Physical Attributes
Coat Length Short
Altered Yes
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Was the Dog Found No
  • Up-to-date on Vaccinations

Posted Breed: Labrador Retriever / Boxer / Mixed (short coat). Doesn't this picture just melt your heart? Rosie is another overlooked senior and she is such a sweet girl. She is great with people and likes most other dogs. She does well with kiddos too! She would make a great dog for any family. She has a loving personailty and you can tell the moment that you meet her that she will be a very loyal companion. She is past her puppy years, but, that doesn't mean she doesn't have some energy left! She loves walks and playtime. She would appreciate a home for her retirement years. Rosie is fully vetted, heartworm free, on prevention and microchipped! Contact for more information Adoption fee: $75 ***Disclaimer*****BARK "Courtesy Posts" are made on behalf of local residents trying to rehome pets so they don't end up at the shelter. Please note, BARK does not screen the animal nor does BARK make any guarantees about the health, temperament or condition of the "Courtesy Post" pets, so it is the responsibility of the potential new pet owner to assess the pet prior to adoption and to request all medical paperwork.. We encourage people looking for a new furry family member to consider the "Courtesy Post" pets as much as our own BARK Rescue pets. A life saved is a life saved!

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