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Old 08-14-2012, 12:55 PM   #1
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I hate to do this but i need to find a good home for my female boxer, my situation at home as changed and i dont think she deserves to be in a kennel all day while im at work. she is fixed and i think she is about 3 but i will check her papers when i get home. must have a fenced in back yard. i will want to see pics. she is a great dog and is kinda hyper around new people just like most boxer. she is good with other dogs and loves the water. she is a small boxer i think about 50 pounds.send me a pm if interested.
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Old 08-14-2012, 10:46 PM   #2
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I would like to have your boxer. Call me at 850-982-3337, thank you
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Great looking boxer..I've got a Male mixed with mastiff and he's a good dog, My mom has her sister and she has a wild side to her..
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She's beautiful and would love playing with my lab mix! Hmmm . . . Let me talk it over with my wife.
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Bueatiful dog. She even looks like she has a good temperament. She also looks like she's a active and silly dog, meaning she likes to goof off and have fun.
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Love the boxers!!!!! find a good home for her
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Is she still available? we have 2 and would like another. We have all the requirements you ask for. Live in Troy and have a home in OB. We have boats and love the water. Ours stay inside at night.
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still needs a home
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Old 08-27-2012, 06:40 PM   #9
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You might want to call the Jr. Humane Society/Unitedhumanitarians and list her on their website. They do home checks after the adoption. I fostered a young boxer last year and got her placed in a great home with a fenced in yard. Also there is a boxer rescue in Florida that might list her for you if you don't find someone on the forum. As for kennel crating, as dogs get older they tend to sleep when their person is away so as long as she is crated for a reasonable amount of time and you exercise her when you get home she should be ok. Mine are over the chewing phase so I can leave them in the family room that is tiled and not worry about things being destroyed.
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