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Nessie - Boxer / Labrador Retriever / Mixed (medium coat) Dog For Adoption
Boxador Dog For Adoption in Fredericksburg, VA, USA


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Date Listed: 03/24/2017
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verified Rescue Information

Organization Name: K-9 Lifesavers
Location: Fredericksburg, VA

Breed: Boxador
Gender: Female Female


Age: Adult
Color/Markings: Brown/Chocolate with White
Size at Maturity: Medium
Availability Date: 03/24/2017
Location: Fredericksburg, VA, 22406
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Boxador Dog For Adoption in Fredericksburg, VA, USA

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

Posted Breed: Boxer / Labrador Retriever / Mixed (medium coat). If you are interested in adopting this Dog, please download and complete an Adoption Questionnaire and email to You can also find the adoption questionnaire by visiting our website: You can learn about the adoption process by visiting: Dog's Name: Nessie Estimated Breed: Boxer/Lab/Pit Approximate Age: 2 yrs Approximate Weight: 55 lbs Currently Living at: foster- temporary Adoption Fee: 375.00 Nessie is an outgoing sweetheart who came to us, starved, with a litter of puppies. She has since filled up (we may have overcompensated a little with the food), and is treated for heartworm. Now she is good as new and ready to find a forever home. Nessie loves children and people and loves attention, snuggles, and squeaky toys. She loves to carry her toy around in her mouth and loves to curl on a sofa for some petting. She is in a foster with multiple dogs but she is very alpha so would likely do better as only dog or with just one other dog who is not alpha and not female. e She is great with people though so can totally make up for being your one and only. She even loves toddlers! And she is housebroken. Will she be your dream girl? Your new pet will require a refresher in house-training. K-9 Lifesavers strongly recommends all new adopters enroll their new pet into obedience training. This provides for an easier transition into a new home, ensures the dog remains well socialized, and helps form a bond between the dog and the new family. Adoption fees cover basic vetting, Heartworm treatment & Medication, spay/neuter surgery, rabies, distemper/parvo vaccinations, treatment for worms, heartworm testing, monthly heartworm prevention, monthly flea/tick prevention, and our transport costs. Foster Program: Foster homes provide for the temporary care of a rescue until the dog is placed into a loving, forever home. For more information on becoming a foster parent, and our Foster Program, visit Help Save Lives! Make a tax-deductible donation today by clicking on the Donate Button below! Donations help us offset boarding costs and additional medical treatment for those dogs who need it. K-9 Lifesavers receives NO federal funding. For more information on K-9 Lifesavers, or to view a complete listing of all our Adoptable Dogs, visit our website at Please “like” our Facebook Page for the most current events and new dogs. Thank you for considering a rescue dog! SPONSOR ME!

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