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Organization Name: Pet Rescue By Judy
Location: Sanford, FL
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Breed: Mutt
Gender: Female Female
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Foxy Lady *F* the 60 Pound Lap Dog

Age: Adult
Color/Markings: Brindle
Size at Maturity: Large
Availability Date: 11/28/2016
Location: Sanford, FL, 32771
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Mutt Dog For Adoption in Sanford, FL, USA

Physical Attributes
Coat Length Short
Likes to Vocalize Quiet
Altered Yes
Behavioral Characteristics
OK with Kids Yes
OK with Dogs Yes
OK with Cats No
Energy Level Moderate
Activity Level Moderately Active
Fence Required 6 foot
Obedience Training Has Basic Training
Owner Experience Required Species
Other
  • Crate Trained
  • Housetrained
  • Good in a Car
  • Likes to Fetch
  • Likes to Play with Toys
  • Likes to Be in Your Lap
Personality
Personality Characteristics
  • Obedient
  • Playful
  • Affectionate
  • Eager to Please
  • Goofy
Additional Information
Was the Dog Found No
Other
  • Up-to-date on Vaccinations

Posted Breed: Terrier (short coat). Foxy Lady was found in the Casselberry area by a police officer. FOSTER UPDATE: Foxy Lady is an amazing dog, to say the least. She is extremely afraid of the vacuum cleaner and any similar loud noises. We took her to Downtown Sanford last night and Foxy was very well-behaved; she loved to greet everyone that walked by with kisses and of course, sat by us and begged for food when we ate, but was not overbearing or rude about it. When we told her to lie down she did and gave us puppy dog eyes until we ordered her some chicken. She walks well on a leash if you tell her to "Leave It". She is obedient, loves to please, very food motivated, and knows her basic commands. Foxy is a fence jumper so needs to be watched when outside in a fenced in yard. She loves to go for walks! She has an obsession with frisbees and tennis balls and loves to play fetch (loves bones and you won’t see her until the bone has vanished). She will chase the ball for hours but will make your work for it to get the ball back until you ignore her then she’ll drop it for you. Foxy Lady is such a happy, sweet girl, and needs a great loving owner that will make sure she knows who’s boss. She likes kids and does well when they approach her but she is very strong - she may knock them right over when she plays so would need to go to a home with older children. Foxy is 50 pounds of pure muscle and thinks she is a little Yorkie - so be warned - she LOVES to cuddle and will try and get as close as she can when laying down or watching TV. Foxy is an awesome dog and if we could we would adopt her in a heartbeat! Don’t miss out on this amazing girl! STAFF UPDATE: Foxy Lady sometimes gets to hang out in the office! She loves to greet visitors. She's been really good about not chewing on the furniture, and she doesn't take things off the desk. I moved the trash can outside, because she does like to take out the papers. But I think it's more of a game with her--I see that tail wagging! She is very friendly and loves to play, but again, she doesn't seem to realize how big and strong she is, so she can get a bit rough. She LOVES to play fetch, although trying to get the ball back from her to throw it again can be a challenge!

A.K.A. : A mongrel, mixed-breed dog
Overview: A mongrel, mutt, or mixed-breed dog, is a dog that is not the result of breeding within an existing breed or to modify or create a breed and belongs to no breed. In the United States, the term "mixed-breed" is a favored synonym over "mongrel" among many who wish to avoid negative connotations associated with the latter term. The implication that such dogs must be a mix of defined breeds may stem from an inverted understanding of the origins of dog breeds. Pure breeds have been, for the most part, artificially created from random-bred populations by human selective breeding with the purpose of enhancing desired physical, behavioral, or temperamental characteristics. Dogs that are not purebred are not necessarily a mix of such defined breeds. Therefore, among experts and fans of such dogs, "Mongrel" is still the preferred term.
Breed Group: Unspecified
Country of Origin: Unknown

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    • Mutt Dog For Adoption in Sanford, FL, USA

      Darling*Bond...

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      Breed: Mutt
      Sex: Female Female
      Age: Adult
      Location: USA
      Posted Breed: Hound / American Bulldog (short coat). Adoption Fee: 125.00. She was living in the woods with her two babies, Natasha and Boris. Darling was a fantastic mom who made sure her babies were taken care of (please view the photo of her and her little girl Natasha below). 12.17.17 Dog 4 a Day Update: We took Bender and Darling to Lake Eola on Saturday to participate in the dog for a day program. They did great! Although they are very timid their behavior changes when they are outside. They walk great and even better when they are together. They did not demonstrate any aggressive behavior towards dogs or humans and they let other humans pet them. We had a wonderful day and we were able to bring my dog and other two dogs with us and they all got along well. I am attaching a couple of pictures although it was difficult to capture more because we had too many dogs and they got distracted. We feel that Bender and Darling have become very bonded. They are both a bit shy upon meeting but come around after time and are very friendly and playful. They both love going to the dog park. They do so much better together and we feel that if they were separated, they would be very upset and would be more scared. She is very shy but sweet. We are trying to introduce her to new people so that she becomes more relaxed when meeting people she doesn't know. She is living with Judy now and is totally housetrained and loving! She is also good with other dogs and enjoys playing with them. She is anxiously awaiting her time to have a forever home and enjoy being loved.
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    • Boxer-Unknown Mix Dog For Adoption in Sanford, FL, USA

      Bender Bonde...

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      Breed: Boxer-Unknown Mix
      Sex: Male Male
      Location: USA
      Posted Breed: Boxer / Terrier / Mixed (short coat). Adoption Fee: 150.00. Bender is a sweet boy, very gentle and loving with others. He is a bit shy when first meeting people, so the ideal home for him would be a loving family who can help build his confidence! He enjoys being outside and playing with other dogs. 12.17.17 Dog 4 a Day Update: We took Bender and Darling to Lake Eola on Saturday to participate in the dog for a day program. They did great! Although they are very timid their behavior changes when they are outside. They walk great and even better when they are together. They did not demonstrate any aggressive behavior towards dogs or humans and they let other humans pet them. We had a wonderful day and we were able to bring my dog and other two dogs with us and they all got along well. I am attaching a couple of pictures although it was difficult to capture more because we had too many dogs and they got distracted. We feel that Bender and Darling have become very bonded. They are both a bit shy upon meeting but come around after time and are very friendly and playful. They both love going to the dog park. They do so much better together and we feel that if they were separated, they would be very upset and would be more scared. Foster update 2/7/17: Bender was fabulous with our Down's Syndrome child. He couldn't have been any more caring with all of us. He does have separation anxiety and would do best with a family who is home most of the day. Having another dog in the home to play with him would make Bender very happy! Dog 4 A Day Update: Bender is such a sweetheart!! He was really well-behaved and mellow all day. We had no problems walking him on the leash. He stayed close to me or went a little ahead to explore most of the time. He was interested in the other dogs at the park and was friendly with all of them. He liked being around children and let them pet him. We went to get food and he was happy to lay down and hang out on the patio with us while we ate. Every time we were in the car he just quietly curled up in the back seat and fell asleep or looked out the window. Overall, he's a very sweet, relaxed dog. If I could have a dog where I lived I would adopt him in a heartbeat! He just needs a loving home!
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    • Poodle (Miniature)-Unknown Mix Dog For Adoption in Sanford, FL, USA

      Max *F* the ...

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      Breed: Poodle (Miniature)-Unknown Mix
      Sex: Male Male
      Age: Senior
      Location: USA
      Posted Breed: Poodle (Miniature) / Schnauzer / Mixed (medium coat). Adoption Fee: 100.00. We could not say no to this sweet senior, Max, who's owner surrendered him to a high kill shelter. He is a 17 year old dog who really needs a home to relax for the rest of his life. He is on a few different medications that help his heart, as he has a murmur. He goes out with our other dogs and walks very well on a leash, but he does have a tendency to bark a lot. He also has some vision problems, but it does not seem to bother him. He does not require any treatment for his eyes at this time. He had his teeth cleaned recently and did have a few teeth removed but he can eat fine and just loves to eat! He is available for adoption and is up to date on all shots. Max knows there is someone out there that would love his company! Please put an application in for Max and he will show you a special kind of love. FOSTER UPDATE: Max has quite a personality! He can bark a lot but he also "talks" or vocalizes. It's almost as if he can't help himself, so no apartment living for him! He is a very good boy, listens well and loves to be outside with his people. He has a surprising amount of energy for his age but also takes lots of naps. He loves a nice comfy dog bed! Sometimes he will "nurse" on a fleece blanket, usually at night. We have other dogs, ranging from 5 pounds to over 50 and he does fine but we do separate them all at mealtime and he eats in his crate. He is like a vacuum when he eats, even his pills! I could see him easily becoming overweight, which would put a strain on his heart, so not too many treats! He does have an interest in toads, snakes, etc. so supervision is a must! Max would love to have a comfy home to spend the rest of his life in, with a person who will give him lots of scratches and take him outside to explore. A fenced yard would be perfect. He is not a big fan of car rides so being in a crate would probably be the best solution. DOG FOR A DAY Outing Report: "I had Max for the Dog 4 a Day Program on Saturday, July 29 and he is a sweet dog. He only barked occasionally at my house for instance when my daughter was leaving. He wouldn't play with any toys and he didn't want to lay on the couch with us but he did enjoy the 3 short walks we took. He walked well on the leash, staying right beside me and didn't pull at all. In my house my cat was hiding under the couch and Max could tell he was there. He was very fixated on the couch knowing the cat was there. He didn't try to attack the cat even when the cat hissed him. In fact, he didn't even bark at the cat. I think it was just curiosity. You would never know that Max is 17 years old, he seems and acts much younger."
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    • Beagle Dog For Adoption in Sanford, FL, USA

      Beasley aka ...

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      Breed: Beagle
      Sex: Male Male
      Age: Adult
      Location: USA
      Posted Breed: Beagle / Hound (short coat). Adoption Fee: $100.00. Beasley needs a one person home, just him and his owner. He may be very standoffish at first, we feel because he is scared. He's been here at this point for years and use to our staff and needs time to get to know new people. He is a staff favorite and a total love! It may be best to spend a day with Beasley in our program, Dog For a Day. If you are interested in spending some quality time with our sweet boy, please turn in an online application, and he would be so happy to go on an adventure with you. Beasley and his family were in the hands of a backyard breeder. They were neglected and in need of being rescued, so one of our volunteers offered to take the litter out of their hands and find them a better home. Sometime after being adopted, Beasley was brought back to Pet Rescue by Judy. Due to his past treatment, Beasley would excel in a home with older or no children.
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    • Mutt Dog For Adoption in Sanford, FL, USA

      Apollo "Vist...

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      Breed: Mutt
      Sex: Male Male
      Age: Adult
      Location: USA
      Posted Breed: Terrier / Mixed (short coat). Adoption Fee: 250.00. Apollo was originally at a high kill shelter and pulled by another rescue and taken to the vet we use, our vets decided his front leg was irreparable and had to be amputated. After being at the vet for months getting the care he needed the vet tried reaching out to the rescue several times with no avail. We were asked to take him and try to place him in a home and here we are today! Apollo does have three legs so a home with no stairs would be very helpful to him. Because his front leg was amputated, he needs help getting in and out of the car. While under the care of the vet's office, Apollo was in a foster home. His foster mom said he is a great dog! He is housetrained, was good with her cat, and did not jump on furniture. He did not do so well with her dogs, but goes out in a playgroup with two other dogs here at our center. We have found out he would do better with a more submissive and calm dog because of his big personality. He absolutely LOVES belly rubs! He will lay on his back all day long if he could! He always has a giant smile on his face! He is a very happy boy despite his recent experience of being abandoned. He has so much love to give and just wants his forever home! Please see the information below from our foster family to find out what a wonderful dog he is! FOSTER UPDATE!! MARCH 2018 Apollo has been living with us for a few months now, and he is a really happy family dog. He is closest to my daughter, and at one point he was beginning to be possessive of her, jumping up on us whenever I hugged her (but not aggressive, more like he wanted to play, tail wagging). However, we corrected him on this behavior, and he doesn't do it anymore. Now he will watch us hug or roughhouse with each other, and he doesn't have to be in the middle of it. He is fully adjusted to his missing limb, and he runs fast and can climb up onto the picnic table in the back yard. He does go out on walks, but he gets tired after half a mile or so. He does better getting his exercise by running freely in the backyard. He loves going in the car now, but he does bark at strangers out the window. He also barks and growls from his crate when we have friends over. If they feed him cookies and talk to him through the crate, he will get used to them and then he will be friendly, but not everyone has time to do that! So he does have a hard time meeting new people. He needs to be in a home with a family who will have patience and help him get used to visitors and strangers. After saying that, I just can't stress enough how wonderful and trustworthy he is with the four of us in our family. He rolls around roughhousing with my son, and sleeps with my daughter. He loves belly scratches, and puts up with being touched and maneuvered and laid on and anything else by the four of us. He is a truly loving and loyal dog. I hope you will give Apollo a chance. He is a big happy teddy bear of a dog! My daughter taught him to give a high five, which you can see in the youtube video. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ FOSTER UPDATE 1/2018: Apollo had a great holiday season. We are getting to know him more as his foster family. We had a friend’s dog spend a week with us, and the two dogs got along very well. There was no fighting or growling, but Apollo was dominant. They lay together and play together and ate together, but Apollo ate first and slept on the best dog bed. It was Apollo’s home territory, though, so that probably made a difference. Apollo has become a good watchdog. He barks loudly when someone comes to the door. He doesn’t act aggressive, though. In fact, he often doesn’t even get up off his dog bed to go look! He just lays in his corner of the living room and sounds terribly mean until he sees it’s actually one of us, or until we tell him we like that person, and then the sound of his thumping tail wagging takes over. Apollo has been friendly with visitors, although we take it slow and introduce him carefully, because he does sound scary. He is protective of my daughter, and if he thinks anyone is being rough with her, he will try to jump between us. When he does that, he is wagging his tail, and almost seems like he’s wanting to play. When I tell him “no!” he gets the most confused look on his face, very contrite and submissive. But for these reasons, I think he’d do better in a house with an owner who can pay close attention to his signals, and he should probably not be alone with small children. He still uses his crate, goes in on command, and also just to lie down sometimes. I crate him when we’re not home. He’s been trustworthy in the house, but I still want him to be comfortable being confined to his crate. He still doesn’t like going for walks on a leash, but he has shown more energy in the yard. Once in a while, he chases his toys and jumps around the yard so energetically that you can’t tell he is missing anything! I made some videos of him playing in the yard, and you can check it out on youtube. See the links at the bottom of this page! He has been riding in the car to school drop-off and pick-up, and he’s happy now getting in and out of the car. He is a very well behaved boy. He understands when you tell him “no” and he responds. He already knows not to go in the trash, so he doesn’t get corrected for much. His one bad habit is to jump up. Even with only one front paw, he still tries to jump up when he gets excited. I scold him, and he looks so sad to disappoint me! He drops down and shows me his belly. He is an obedient boy who just wants to please. He is still the happiest member of this foster house! We’ve got a dog bed in the living room, and he loves to cozy up there. When he hears footsteps, his tail starts thumping because he knows someone is going to pass by and pat him on the head, or if he’s charming enough, give a quick belly scratch. When he’s up and about, he follows my daughter so close he bumps into the back of her legs. At night he sleeps in her room, and he still loves to snuggle her in the big chair. He loves feeling like part of a family. His only wish for the new year is to find his forever family and finally settle down in a permanent home. If you are looking for a snuggle buddy who will follow you around and get happy every time you walk in the room, come and meet Apollo. He will love you more than you can imagine! FOSTER UPDATE 12/2017: My first thought upon meeting Apollo was, “This attitude right here, this unfiltered joy, this is why humans live with dogs.” Apollo has lost his family and his leg, and still, he’s happier than any person I know! He’s been with us for a week now, and that’s still true. His default attitude is happy! He is delighted by physical or verbal attention from anyone in our family, in fact, he starts wagging his tail as soon as he spots you looking at him. When you reach down to him, he’ll let you pat his head once or twice before he collapses and rolls over to beg for a belly rub. Besides belly rubs, his other favorite activity is snuggling. He loves to sit draped across the kids’ laps while they watch TV or do homework. My daughter lets him sit next to her in a chair in her bedroom, but in the rest of the house he stays off the furniture. He’s very happy with his dog beds, and will chill in the dog bed nearest me while I work in the office or the kitchen. It is obvious he’s already been through a lot of training. He knows sit and down, and he likes to fetch, and will readily let go of the toy after he brings it back. He does play with toys, and he eats treats if there are any on offer, but he seems mainly motivated by affection. He really loves attention most of all. Apollo is always paying close attention to the humans, and that means he’s very well mannered. He responds immediately to the slightest scolding. It only took one warning to keep him out of the trash can. I did catch him once with a shoe in his mouth, but he didn’t hurt it, and dropped it right away when I asked him. He goes in his crate on command, and likes to snooze in there with the door open when we are nearby. So far, I am keeping him crated while I’m not home, but when anyone is home, he has the run of the house. He has proven himself to be housebroken, calm, quiet, and not destructive. He doesn’t like walks, so we just take him outside to go to the bathroom. We do take him in the car, and he seems to enjoy the ride, but he doesn’t like getting into the car. He endured his bath, but didn’t like it. Apollo is a big lug of a dog, with a big angular head and muscular chest that makes you think “linebacker!” But then he tips his big head back to look up at you from his spot in your lap, and his lips curve up in a delighted dog smile, and all you can do is smile back down at him! His joy is contagious! He is a tiger striped brindle that reminds me of Calvin’s constant companion, Hobbes, but that’s at least half personality, because Apollo is much more solid. His fur is soft and short, and of course, you can see, he’s missing one front leg. He gets around very well, even still jumps up sometimes! He walks fine, at a sort of hobble speed mostly, though he gets tired easily. He does run for short bursts when he’s excited, but he is not interested in going for walks. Apollo is a sheer pleasure to come home to, as he is always overjoyed to see us. While we are home, he is a constant invitation to happiness, whether he is following you around hoping for attention, or just thumping his tail hopefully from his dog bed every time you walk by!
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    • Mutt Dog For Adoption in Sanford, FL, USA

      Dixie

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      Breed: Mutt
      Sex: Female Female
      Age: Adult
      Location: USA
      Posted Breed: Terrier / Mixed (short coat). Adoption Fee: 150.00. Dixie is a sweet dog who likes to have attention, give love, cuddle on the couch with you, and play with other dogs. She is frightened to be left in the yard for more than a few minutes, as she was chained in a back yard and developed a serious urinary infection. She was treated at the vet, fixed, and is up to date on all vaccinations. Dixie would be good for a quiet home with someone who likes to take walks and car rides! 12.26.17 Dog 4 a Day: I had the pleasure of taking this sweet girl to the Sanford Riverwalk. When we first met, Dixie was very energetic but quickly settled down during the car ride and the walk. She was easy to walk on the leash despite her being as curious as a puppy at her surroundings. Other people who saw Dixie complimented her gorgeous eyes and coat color, and I can’t agree more! I was also impressed as she knows the commands “paw” and “sit.” Overall, she was an angel and I think she would be a great fit for anyone who would like a calmer but very loving dog to join their family! Dixie participated in the 5K Turkey Trot as well.... check out her pictures!
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    • Labrador Retriever-Unknown Mix Dog For Adoption in Sanford, FL, USA

      Minnie the 3...

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      Breed: Labrador Retriever-Unknown Mix
      Sex: Female Female
      Age: Adult
      Location: USA
      Posted Breed: Labrador Retriever / Hound / Mixed (short coat). Adoption Fee: 200.00. Minnie and sibling Micky were pulled from a high kill shelter. We were told by the shelter that they are shy, but very gentle and love attention. They do need some training with walking on a leash. They are both crate trained and like the company of other dogs. Minnie gets a lots of confidence by having another dog around and would love a canine buddy in her new home:) FOSTER UPDATE January 2018 Minnie is such a sweetheart. She is a beautiful, happy, friendly dog. She does need time to "warm up" to new people. Once she does, you will get kisses and nudges until you pay her attention! She loves to be petted and she does play ball. She will give the ball back when asked! She will chew on blankets and towels. She will also chew on and unstuff dog beds. She needs supervising with these items so that she is not swallowing them. She seldom barks. She has lots of energy and loves to play. What are you waiting for? She is a great dog and would love to find her furever home! She is still very puppyish and I would recommend older kids only. FOSTER UPDATE 11/2017 We have been fostering Minnie for about 10 days now. When we picked her up, it was from the vet, as she had to have one of her back legs amputated. (So no stairs at her new home, please!) Apparently she had an old break which unfortunately snapped again one day. From the moment we picked her up, she has been sweet and full of kisses. She loves to lay on her back, she loves bones and she loves attention. She can be a bit shy with people at first and loud noises sometimes scare her. She sleeps on a comforter on the floor by our bed at night but I think she would love to be on our bed instead! We have 5 other foster dogs, big and small, and she is friendly to all. Sometimes she does not understand their "personal space" and they let her know, but she is learning. She is definitely what I would call a "power chewer". She can make serious marks in a nylabone so kongs or marrow bones are best. She is also still interested in things like shoes, nightlights or pretty much anything in front of her. If she wants to chew and does not have something she needs to be supervised! She is an amazing, smart dog and deserves a loving home for the rest of her life!
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    • American Bulldog Dog For Adoption in Sanford, FL, USA

      Cleatus

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      Breed: American Bulldog
      Sex: Male Male
      Location: USA
      Posted Breed: American Bulldog (short coat). Adoption Fee: 200.00. Cleatus is a beautiful, friendly dog that was found as a stray and surrendered to a high kill shelter. We rescued him and now it is our job to find him the best home ever. He is cratetrained and walks well on a leash. He does not get along with other dogs. We feel he may not like high energy dogs and small dogs. He really needs a calm home where he can relax. He seems to have some arthritis in his elbows and can only go on short walks. Stairs in the home would not be preferred. If you are interested in meeting Cleatus please fill out an adoption application, and once approved an appointment will be set up so you can meet him!
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    • Unknown Mix Dog For Adoption in Sanford, FL, USA

      Nikki- MISS...

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      Breed: Unknown Mix
      Sex: Female Female
      Age: Adult
      Location: USA
      Posted Breed: Coonhound / Treeing Walker Coonhound (short coat). Adoption Fee: 225.00. Nikki was found as a stray and taken to a high kill shelter. She was pulled and surrendered to Pet Rescue by Judy because of her sweet demeanor and ability to recover from her past home life. Nikki requires a home that is safe and that has the time to work with her to restore her confidence. Nikki loves to be cuddled with and especially loves a nice ear rub while hearing her handler speak lovingly and gently to her. Nikki would love to have a new home with someone who can commit to her for the long term while her confidence is restored and she is no longer timid. She requires a new home that has the patience required to restore her trust in humans. Nikki is the sweetest dog you will ever meet and is great with other dogs. Please come meet our sweet Nikki and welcome your best friend to your home for life. You won't regret it!
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    • Boxer Dog For Adoption in Sanford, FL, USA

      Bella

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      Breed: Boxer
      Sex: Female Female
      Age: Adult
      Location: USA
      Posted Breed: Boxer / Labrador Retriever (short coat). Adoption Fee: 100.00. Bella is a sweet girl and would hope that you take her out for Dog 4 A Day. Our Bella was rescued from a high kill shelter and was known as a "frequent flyer", because the staff at a previous shelter had brought her in 4 times as a stray since 2013, each time being in worse condition than the last. Bella was lucky enough to be rescued from being put down. This sweet girl is crate-trained, playful, and enjoys going for walks. She absolutely adores people but will do best as the only dog in the house. We encourage you to fill out an application for our Dog 4 A Day program to see if this ray of sunshine fits in with your lifestyle. Bella is a very loving dog and hopes to find a forever family that will give her all the attention she deserves!
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      Boxer Dog For Adoption in Sanford, FL, USA