So whoâs looking for a senior girl with a lot of spunk? Well look no further because Storm is your gal! Just look at her go!!! Storm might be eight years old but she loves to play with toys, go for car rides and like all seniors do knows how to relax too. If youâre looking for a girl that young at heart I will keep you moving then she just might be the girl for you. She loves people, sheâs good with other dogs and she is house broken!!! ???? Want to learn more about Storm then contact her foster mom AnnMarie at email@example.com.
Senior, Female, Medium
Foster Needed for Bonded Pair Hi! My name is Nino and Iâm a 12 years old fawn boxer. I am in need of a good home with my sister Bella. I may be a senior boxer, but Iâm not a cranky old man. My hobbies consist of wiggling my butt and laying on the couch. I prefer to be indoors but do enjoy a nice walk. Truth be told, I probably should go on more walks to shed a few of these extra pounds. I do like to sing to people and follow them around everywhere they go. Hi! My name is Bella and Iâm a 6 years old fawn boxer. I would really like to stay with my older brother Nino. Heâd be lost without me. We have the same hobbies and tendencies. Like my brother, I could also use a few more walks. I am very curious of what people are doing and like to stay close to my peeps. Nino and Bella are a bond pair and we would like to keep them together. If you are interested in these two, please contact Barbara at BarbaraABoxer@gmail.com You must be approved before meeting and adopting any dog in rescue. We can not hold any dog while you go through the application process.
Adult, Female, Medium
Nikki is now in foster awaiting her forever home. She had a rough start in life and really needs a home that spend some time with her. She is does give kisses but sadly she doesn't know anything about playing with toys or getting treats. 🙁 Her foster home has been working with her and she has already learned how to sit and stay. Nikki's is being fostered in a home with a male and is doing well, she truly plays like a boxer and it rough around the hedges but this is all new to her. If you are interested in Nikki, please contact Barbara at Barbaraaboxer@gmail.com. Nikki Age: 4 Dogs: Males only Cats: Unknown Kids: 10+ NOTE: If you were interested in Nikki or any other available dog, you must be approved prior to meeting them. You can go to our website at www.njboxerrescue.com to submit an application. If you were already approved please contact Barbara and let her know that you were interested.
Adult, Female, Medium
Hi! My name is Rocky and the vet thinks I am about 3 years old. I am staying with a family now for my heartworm recovery and I really wish I could play. But I mostly have to stay in my crate and chill. At least the other dog stays right next to me in her crate when the big people are at work. This family has two kids, 9 and 13, and another dog. I get so excited and jump a lot when they let me out for breaks, but no one really ever was around too long to train me since I was a wanderer. I am starting to learn what "down" means. I thought I could just have one turkey sandwich from the counter but apparently that was for my mom. So now everyone knows they have to keep reminding me "no" and "down" if they have a snack. I am getting better at not jumping every time someone has food if I am not in my crate. And listening better to "down". I was also not so happy about sharing any food or treats near the other dog so I would fight with her at first, but now I have learned we are both getting fed so I am not so nervous about food. It just took me a little while to get used to it. I am listening pretty good to "sit" and "no" even when this little girl tells me. She seems to know a lot of rules about dogs living with people. She says I am "so cute" all the time. I also stopped trying to yank these people over and am getting a little better realizing I am supposed to walk on the leash slowly with them, not drag them down the block. Unless I see a bunny or a bird, then I just can't help myself I want to see if I can catch it. I definitely need some more work on that and my continued work on my manners about living in a house. I am going to need a strong leader to keep me in line until I learn all these rules! But once I can run and catch and jump so I can get tuckered out I am sure I will be happy with just a leisurely walk with my peeps once in a while. I have tried sneaking into my "sisters" toy box if she forgets to close the door and take a stuffy toy to play with, but when she says no, leave it, and trades me for a dog chew toy I am perfectly happy to listen. I would be perfect for someone who wants an active dog to play with during the day and then go lay around and chill with at night since I like to snuggle. Or a family with older kids that have dog experience and can keep their pizza above my snout level LOL. Even though I am kind of stuck in my crate a lot I learned to bark or whimper a little if I need to go outside to do my business. I have only had two accidents even though I am on medicines that make me pee a lot. And I sit to take my medicine like a "good boy" I am trying to be a good boy so I get to stay inside a house where people bring me food twice a day and I don't have to go find it myself. If youâre interested in Rocky please contact Barbara at Barbaraaboxer@gmail.com? Rocky Age: 3 Dogs: Yes - Submissive Females Cats: Unknown Kids: 10+ If you would like to donate to Rockyâs heart worm treat it would be appreciated. Thank you.
Adult, Male, Medium
URGENT Foster Needed Meet this special girl, Scooby is a sweet yet shy 65 pound boxer/mastiff mix. Scooby had a rough start and is currently being boarded in Blue Bell, PA but is in search of the right foster/adoptive home to show her what unconditional love looks like. Scooby would do best in a quiet home with no children and no men. She is wary of men and they make her rather nervous. Scooby would flourish in a female only household that will give her all the time she needs to unwind, relax and learn that she is safe. She is a very sweet girl who loves to be pet and is VERY food motivated. She also know her basic commends. On leash, she will pull if you're on grass and she catches a scent, however, she did much better walking next to people while on pavement. Scooby also did not jump on either of the volunteers who visited. We learned she will sit and lay down if you have a treat for her in your hand! Please let us know if you have room in your home and your heart for Scooby! If you are interested in Scooby please contact Barbara at BarbaraABoxer@gmail.com Scooby Age: 4 Dogs: Maybe a submissive male Cats: No
Adult, Female, Large
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