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Rescue Me ID: 17-03-19-00014BRIE (female)

Boxer    Age: Young Adult

Compatibility: Good w/ Most Dogs, Not Good w/ Cats, Good w/ Adults (Not Kids) 
Personality: High Energy, Average Temperament 
Health: Spayed, Vaccinations Current 

    This gorgeous little brindle Boxer girl is Brie! She is between 3-4 years old, spayed, and weighs in around 48 pounds. Brie came into the rescue at the end of January from a shelter in California and has since been spending all her time with our trainer Jayme. Brie is a very sweet Boxer and loves all people she meets. She is a very enthusiastic greeter but she's been working very hard at staying off. Brie has the typical Boxer wiggle, where her body bends and she wiggles all around in excitement. Because of Brie's young Boxer energy, we believe she would do best in a home with older kids; she just might be too much for the younger ... (Read More)ones. Brie currently lives with two extremely dog-savvy cats, and while she has gotten better with them, we would advise that her forever home not have kitties. She is doing fantastic with the other dogs in the home now, after working on her social skills and manners, so she would do just fine in a forever home with another pup to play with. She absolutely loves playing with her current fur housemates. Brie knows all of her basic obedience - sit, down, wait, stay, loose leash walking, and recall in a fenced yard. She has not been recall-tested off-leash at this time. Brie is crate trained and does well in her crate, never barking or making any noise. Brie is a good girl and will do best in an active home where she is part of the family and has an outlet for her fun energy. If you think you have what it takes to manage a young Boxer girl like Brie, please let us know by submitting an adoption application - https://www.mustluvboxersrescue.com/adopt (Less)

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Rescue Me ID: 17-03-19-00009DANTE (male)

Boxer    Age: Puppy

Compatibility: Good with Most Dogs, Good with Adults (Not Kids) 
Personality: Very High Energy, Submissive 
Health: Neutered, Vaccinations Current 

    This handsome fawn Boxer boy is Dante. He's around 9 months old and has tons of love to give. Dante is a bit shy of new people and strange noises at first, but soon learns everything is okay. Dante is full of energy and plays well with other dogs; respecting when they want to stop. He walks great on a leash and continues to give you eye contact, as if to ask, what do you want me to do next? Dante is crate trained and sleeps through the night. During the day he will have accidents in the house if he isn't on a schedule of being taken outside every 2 hours; but progress is being made in this are. Dante's foster family are still in the ... (Read More)process of getting to know him, but do tell us that he's a 'peach of a dog'! We're guessing Dante will find his forever home very soon! If you're interested in adopting, please let us know by submitting an adoption application - https://www.mustluvboxersrescue.com/adopt (Less)

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Snohomish County Edmonds, WA 98026 MAP IT!

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Rescue Me ID: 17-03-15-00049RUDY (RUDOLPH) (male)

Boxer    Age: Puppy

Compatibility: Good with Most Dogs, Good with Kids and Adults 
Personality: Average Energy, Average Temperament 
Health: Neutered, Vaccinations Current 

    This hunky Boxer boy is Rudy aka Rudolph and he's between 1-2 years old. Rudy came to us by way of California where he was found as a stray, starving, with a broken leg, living behind a car dealership. Thankfully, between the local area animal control and a nonprofit group called New Beginnings for Merced County Animals, who took Rudy and placed him in a foster home, Rudy is safe and thriving here in Washington state. Rudy is neutered, up-to-date on his vaccines, has a full tail, and his fractured leg is healing great. This boy is very sweet, he loves people, including kids; loves dogs, but will give a low growl when he wants/needs some ... (Read More)space, but has shown no aggression to anyone. Rudy's foster family is still working on potty training but are making progress. Rudy is crate-trained, however, prefers to be out of his crate and around people. He's great on a leash, staying consistently on the left side of his foster mom, and never pulls. Rudy is also working on his basic commands and doing well. He's a good listener, which will help with continued training in his forever home. We aren't quite sure if we can say Rudy is cat friendly just yet, however, he hasn't tried to chase the cats in his foster home. He will let them come up to him and get in his face, as he stands still with his head low, and doesn't budge. Rudy is definitely interested in the cats, but we feel based on this behavior, he could possibly live with dog-savvy cats in his forever home Rudy definitely loves attention! The only time he barks is when he wants your attention, and he'll even lift his paw up, as if to shake hands, but what he really wants is to be petted. Rudy loves a good ear rub, cuddles, and will shower you with kisses. His vet even raves about what a good boy he is. Rudy won't be completely ready to go to his forever home until his leg is healed up, but if you think he just might be the Boxer boy you've been looking for, please let us know by submitting an adoption application - https://www.mustluvboxersrescue.com/adopt RUDY is house trained (Less)

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Snohomish County Edmonds, WA 98026 MAP IT!

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Rescue Me ID: 17-03-15-00048DRAGO (male)

Boxer    Age: Puppy

Compatibility: Good w/ Most Dogs, Good w/ Most Cats, Good w/ Kids and Adults 
Personality: High Energy, Average Temperament 
Health: Neutered, Vaccinations Current, Deaf 

    This beautiful Boxer-boy is Drago! He's around 10 months old and is hearing impaired, although does hear quite a bit. Drago is current on his vaccines and has been neutered; he is housebroken and crate-trained. Drago was surrendered to us by a family who loved him very much, but illness befell their newborn baby and they just couldn't give Drago the time and care a growing puppy needs. They were truly heartbroken, but we assured them he was in good hands with MLBR and that we will find a great forever family for him. Even with the hearing impairment, Drago is a quick learner and very smart. He has learned sign and voice commands for sit, lay ... (Read More)down, shake, roll over, and stay; and responds well to both. Drago, in typical puppy-fashion, loves to get into things he's not supposed to, so he needs constant supervision when out and about in his home and yard. When supervision can't be provided, then this boy will patiently wait in his crate. Drago likes to lick and chew on anything, so bones have been a great way to keep him busy. Because of Drago's insatiable need to chew on things, he's had to have two major stomach surgeries already in his young life to remove rope that got caught in his intestines. Also because of this, Drago does not get any fabric toys and absolutely no rope-type toys. This will be very important for his forever family to adhere to so that he can grow up safe, healthy, and happy. Drago is good with other dogs, kids, and even cats. He loves to cuddle and will make a great addition to the right family. This boy is truly something special! After everything this young pup has been through, he sure deserves a great forever home. If you're up to the task of raising an active, growing, Boxer puppy (he LOVES to eat by the way!), then let us know by submitting an adoption application - https://www.mustluvboxersrescue.com/adopt DRAGO is house trained (Less)

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10016 Edmonds Wy C-174
Snohomish County Edmonds, WA 98026 MAP IT!

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Rescue Me ID: 17-03-15-00047HAMMIE (male)

Boxer Mix    Age: Puppy

Compatibility: Good w/ Most Dogs, Good w/ Most Cats, Good w/ Kids and Adults 
Personality: High Energy, Very Submissive 
Health: Neutered, Vaccinations Current 

    Meet Hammie! This adorable Boxer-Pit puppy is around 9 months old and weighs in at about 50 pounds. Hammie is healthy, neutered, micro-chipped, up-to-date on his vaccines, and is currently being crate and potty-trained. Hammie is a bouncy, silly, puppy. He's wonderful with other dogs and just loves to play; and he has been really good with the cat in the trainer's home. Hammie came to us with some nervousness when meeting new people, but has worked very hard on this with our trainer, and is doing much better; his manners are also getting better every day. Hammie is food motivated, which will make it much easier for his new family to ... (Read More)continue to work on his training and socializing. It should be noted that Hammie is not aggressive toward people, but just seems unsure and nervous, and needs slow introductions. With a lot of consistency and strong leadership, we are confident Hammie will work through this. Hammie is great with older children, but may be a bit much for young, small kids, as he could easily and accidentally knock them over. He is a puppy after all. ?? Hammie is going to be a great boy for some lucky family, that's for sure. He'll just need to continue his training, but we are certain all the puppy love that is returned, will make the hard work totally worth it! If you'd like to meet Hammie, please let us know by submitting an adoption application - just click here: http://www.mustluvboxersrescue.com/adopt HAMMIE is house trained (Less)

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Snohomish County Edmonds, WA 98026 MAP IT!

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Rescue Me ID: 17-03-15-00041MAX 2 (male)

Boxer    Age: Adult

Compatibility: Good w/ Most Dogs, Not Good w/ Cats, Good w/ Kids and Adults 
Personality: Very Low Energy, Average Temperament 
Health: Neutered, Vaccinations Current, Arthritis 

    Say hello to our good ol' boy Max2! He's around 7 years old, neutered, up to date on his shots, and just the sweetest guy on the block! Max is super friendly and always wants to be with you! He's a very mellow and relaxed sort of dude that mostly just lounges and sleeps anywhere comfortable. His favorite place is on the couch with his head in your lap! Max does knows a few commands, for sure sit and shake, and is working on wait to be let outside, which he's doing well with so far. Max does have some mobility issues in his hind legs and hips due to arthritis, therefore, isn't asked to do much up and down work as far as training and commands ... (Read More)go. It should be noted that Max also has some 'lumps and bumps' and due to his age, we will not likely be considering options to remove them. Max is a really gentle dog that craves attention. He will literally come and place his paw, ever so lightly, on you or pick your hand up with his head to get you to pet him; and his little nub goes wild at just the mention of his name! Max does get playful still and enjoys a good romp around the yard or a short play session inside with some toys or his people. He also enjoys a good short walk and is pretty good on the leash%BD'%BD|no real pulling but he's a curious guy so he will walk back and forth in front of you to get some good sniffs in. Max would do great in a home that is familiar with mobility issues and understands slow moving senior-like dogs. Someone who is home more often than not would be ideal as well! Max is very friendly with people and other dogs, however, we do not know how he is with cats or very small children; we have only seen him around kids aged 8+, which he did great with. If you think you'd like to open your heart and your home to this very sweet senior boy, please let us know by submitting an adoption application; just click here - https://www.mustluvboxersrescue.com/adopt MAX2 is house trained (Less)

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Snohomish County Edmonds, WA 98026 MAP IT!

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Rescue Me ID: 17-03-15-00040MAX aka BARNEY (male)

Boxer    Age: Adult

Compatibility: Good w/ Most Dogs, Not Good w/ Cats, Good w/ Kids and Adults 
Health: Neutered, Vaccinations Current 

    This handsome older gentleman is Max, fka Barney, and he's approximately 8 years old. We changed his name to Max because he just wasn't responding to Barney, but really seems to love being called Max. :-) Max came to us by way of a shelter in California when he basically 'ran out of time'. He's been with his foster family now for a few weeks and is doing really well. He's great with kids, of all ages it seems, as he lives with a 10, 9, and 2-year old, and loves all three of them!! Max is also great with small dogs, but not so much with cats, as he appears to be a bit too interested in them, so he'll likely do best in a no-kitty forever home. ... (Read More)Max walks great on leash, however, is leash reactive toward other dogs. When the dogs come to his foster home, he's just fine. This is something that can definitely be worked on though with various training methods. Max knows what 'no' means, so that will be very helpful with future training work. Max is still working on becoming completely housebroken, and has had a few accidents in the home, but we believe with the consistency given by his foster family in working on this, he'll get there soon. Max is a very happy Boxer boy, loves to please, and is a champion cuddler! He will make a great addition to pretty much any family, but especially one with kids! If you are interested in welcoming Max into your home and family, please let us know by filling out an adoption application - http://www.mustluvboxersrescue.com/adopt (Less)

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Snohomish County Edmonds, WA 98026 MAP IT!

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Rescue Me ID: 16-09-02-00033RICKI (female)

Boxer    Age: Adult

Compatibility: Good w/ Male Dogs Only, Not Good w/ Cats, Good w/ Adults (Not Kids) 
Personality: Average Energy, Very Dominant 
Health: Spayed, Vaccinations Current 

    Ricki has been with us for almost a year and during that time she has been living with one of our more experience fosters, often along with a couple of other MLBR foster Boxers who need some rehab and/or obedience work. Sadly, Ricki has been overlooked by adopters and has had to sit back and watch a few go their forever homes. We want nothing more than to find Ricki a forever home, as she really deserves a place to call her own where she doesn't have to share with any other dogs, cats, or kids. While that sounds like a difficult scenario to find, we have to believe there is a family, maybe a nice retired couple, or a single person, out there ... (Read More)who would like to give this senior gal a place to live out her golden years in. We recently moved Ricki into a foster home where there are no other dogs just to see how she'd do in a family setting; this one specifically is comprised of two adults, no young children, and a cat. We have to tell you she is doing amazing!! What we are seeing is a very sweet senior Boxer gal who loves attention from her people, who absolutely loves to play with toys, fetch to be specific, and who simply gets to live stress-free because she doesn't have to vie for attention over any other dogs. Ricki is very smart and her new foster parents tell us that she is quickly learning the household routine after only being there for a week. Contrary to Ricki's recently updated bio, she does not have a lot of desire to just lay around and sleep. This girl has a great playful side to her and more energy than would be expected for a Boxer pushing around 7-8 years old. Her foster mom says she would play fetch in the house with her soft squeaky toy for hours if they let her! She just keeps bringing the toy back over and over, and will wait patiently until it gets thrown again. Ricki has always been described as a grumpy, grumbly old gal, which has been a mostly accurate description, up until now. We believe she behaved that way mostly because she's a strong-willed, dominant female, and with so many other dogs around, constantly felt the need to push the envelope and be the boss. We also believe that this description of her for almost a year is likely why she hasn't had any interest by any potential adopters. Ricki is now showing us a different side to her - a very happy and wiggly side. She's even 'learning some new tricks' as an older dog, like having to wait patiently while her meals are dished up, waiting at thresholds before going out and coming in, and laying down in place while her humans are eating. We really believe now that she was just meant to be an only dog. This isn't a bad thing though. Now we know, so now we need to refocus our plan on finding the perfect home for her. Another reason why we think Ricki has been difficult to adopt out is that she makes some very odd sounds/noises with her voice, and to some people they can be intimidating or even scary. However, once you know why they are what they are, and when to expect to hear them, it's really no big deal. Basically, she has a bulldog type noise that comes from her throat, (as would be from an elongated pallet), mostly when she's really excited/happy or after playtime while panting. It almost sounds like phlegm that needs to come up, but there isn't anything there. She's been seen by a vet and we have been assured there are no health problems causing the noises. They don't seem to bother Ricki at all and she probably wonders what all the fuss is about. If you can get past these sounds, you will find a truly awesome senior Boxer girl in front of you. While Ricki is currently living in a home with a cat, it has been discovered that she and cats will likely never be able to cohabitate freely. It was thought early on that Ricki didn't have a prey drive, and with animals like birds and squirrels, she typically doesn't; however, it seems her interest in the cat is at an unsafe level. For now though, both the kitty and Ricki are living under the same roof and being kept apart, and neither are any worse for wear. Now that you all know about the new and improved version of Ricki, let's get her a home! We challenge anyone who might be remotely interested in Ricki, and who has a love for senior dogs, to just meet her. That's all we ask, then you'll see, she's just an older gal who simply wants to be loved on as the only dog in someone's life. Please send us a private message if you'd like to have a meet and greet set up and we'll get right back to you. You can also still take a look at her official bio here to see more information about Ricki - https://www.petfinder.com/petdetail/36263474 RICKI is house trained (Less)

 Adoption Fee: $250 Animal Location:

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Rescue Me ID: 16-06-29-00475SAM (male)

Boxer Mix    Age: Adult

Compatibility: Good with Most Dogs, Good with Kids and Adults 
Personality: Average Energy, Average Temperament 
Health: Neutered, Vaccinations Current 

    Please join us in welcoming SAM, a 5-6 year old Boxer/Lab mix, to MustLuvBoxers Rescue. We were called upon to help Sam after he was found as a stray and picked up by a shelter in California. The staff fell in love with his sweet nature and neutral/non-reactive behavior toward all types of dogs, and worked diligently to get him into a foster-based rescue organization. Sam arrived in style in Bellingham, WA, via Pilots N Paws and MLBR is happy to have him with us! Sam is currently with one of our more experienced fosters who can help assess his conditions with respect to behavior and health. Early on he proved himself to be quite a crate ... (Read More)escape artist, but has since shown improvement with specific crate training. He is currently entering his crate easily (and staying put) and receives a treat for doing so. We think his previous escapes were purely opportunistic, but will be testing that theory in the coming days. Health points that his foster will be looking into include resolving a hematoma on one ear flap and flushing his very dirty ears%BD'%BD|all-too-common follow-up for a dog that's been on his own on the street for who knows how long. Sam does have numerous scrapes and scars on his legs, but if they were caused by run-ins with other other dogs, Sam appears to be none the worse for wear, as his friendly and outgoing personality remains intact. So far, he already walks well on leash, is very neutral to small and large dogs, loves to sleep on his bed or on the couch, and is always there to give you kisses. He does not react to children noises or other dog noises on other side of wooden fence at his foster home (neighbor does daycare for pre-school age kids). All in all, he's a great, loving dog. Very responsive, very attentive. Very food-oriented = VERY good!!! Sam is not quite ready for adoption just yet, as he is still under evaluation, as is usual procedure for our rescue program. Please check back regularly or message our inbox to get updates on his current status. However, if you are already thinking Sam might be the boy for you, please let us know by filling out an adoption application, which you can find here: http://www.mustluvboxersrescue.com/#!adopt/cgag (Less)

 Adoption Fee: $300 Animal Location:

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Rescue Me ID: 16-06-04-00016TYLER (male)

Boxer    Age: Adult

Compatibility: Not Good with Other Dogs, Good with Adults (Not Kids) 
Personality: High Energy, Somewhat Dominant 
Health: Neutered, Vaccinations Current 

    Please meet Tyler (formerly Til), who came to us from a local Washington shelter. Tyler is 6 years old, neutered, microchipped, and up-to-date on vaccinations. Tyler has spent the last couple of weeks with one of our trainers in order to assess his needs, as he came into the rescue with very little background information. We can tell he definitely needs work on his over-all manners and will do best in a home with previous Boxer experience. Tyler is a good boy; although he lacks social grace when interacting with other dogs, he is showing gradual improvement in minding his own business and learning to heed his handler's commands. It's ... (Read More)clear that he's had very little training, but he is showing great potential. Tyler will thrive as the only dog in his forever home and doesn't have to share his space with young children. This handsome boy basically needs a chance for a new start; one that will include consistency and training. Tyler has a nice personality. He just needs to learn that paying attention to his human will bring lots of reward. Up until now, there was insufficient or no incentive for behaving well, so he did what came naturally, which we can't blame him for. A skilled handler will be able to build on Tyler's food drive in order to re-direct and increase focus with positive reinforcement training. We will be enrolling him in obedience class to expedite this behavior remodeling. If you have boxer experience, the time and love to commit to this boy, we believe the payoff will be an awesome Boxer-boy companion. Let us know if you'd like to meet Tyler, by filling out an adoption application - http://www.mustluvboxersrescue.com/#!adopt/cgag - and we'll be in touch to set something up. (Less)

 Adoption Fee: $250 Animal Location:

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