FA #: 11
Tag #: 00020
Age: 3 years
Date of Birth: (Birthday unknown)
Weight: 70 lbs
Hair Color: Fawn
Ears: Natural ears
Tail: Docked tail
Reported Good With:
Kids Age Range: No Kids
Message for “Name a Dog” donation:
This name is in memory of our goofy wiggle butt boxer, Dexter. He lived an incredible 12 years full of friends, good snuggles, great food, adventures, and lots of sloppy kisses. He reminded us everyday that life was worth living to the fullest, but that there’s nothing wrong with finding a good sun spot for a mid-day nap. We would love this name to go to a loyal boxer who has a heart of gold and a face that can make anyone smile.
– Ashley Walenty
3/04/22 – NEEDS FOSTER!
It has been five weeks now and Dexter is still waiting in boarding for a foster or forever home. We have followed up on several leads for Dexter, but nothing has worked out for this boy yet. We would love to get him out of the kennel and into a home as soon as possible. A kennel is not a good long term environment for a young boxer boy. Dexter just needs a quiet home without young children or other dogs. He needs a patient family who will give him time to adjust and who will respect his boundaries. Please apply today to help Dexter get into a home!
Dexter has been in our boarding kennel for two weeks now and he is in urgent need of a new foster home. We are really hoping a hero will apply soon to help Dexter. He gets very stressed in boarding and we would love to see him back in a home as soon as possible. Dexter is a young, energetic boy who will make a great companion for the right home. Apply today if you would be interested in fostering Dexter.
Dexter’s foster family has a remodeling project starting next week that will last several months, so we are in urgent need of a new foster placement or a forever home so Dexter does not have to go back to the boarding kennel. He has made so much progress over the past six months. Dexter loves men and enjoys going hiking. He would do best in a quiet home without children. Dexter needs a patient family who will give him time to adjust and who will respect his boundaries. He has been an only dog in his foster home and Dexter has no history around cats.
Dexter continues to make good progress in his foster home. His ideal home for adoption would be a quiet setting with only a few adults who are home most of the time. Dexter needs a patient family who will give him plenty of time to settle in and learn to trust his new people. He is finally showing his true personality and his foster mom reports that he is a goofy, energetic boy who loves his toys. Dexter knows his toys by name (rope, bear, ball, kong) and will get them when told. His favorite game is to take a toy and shake it while bouncing and running around. Dexter is also becoming more comfortable with people visiting the home. In the past, he has gotten very excited and he has had a difficult time containing this energy. Dexter loves men and needs a home who will respect his boundaries. He can be left alone with free run without any problems. Dexter rides great in the car and enjoyed a recent hike with his foster family. He walks well on leash and is reacting better when he sees other dogs. Dexter is very loyal once he learns to trust you. Dexter has been in rescue for six months now and is ready to find a committed, forever home. Apply today if you feel your home can meet Dexter’s needs.
Dexter has been in foster for two months now. He enjoys following his foster parents around the house. He loves tug of war and will entertain himself with toys. Dexter enjoys shaking and throwing his toys around. He is really good on leash and loves to go for walks. Dexter is learning his basic commands and has mastered sit and come. His foster family has been working on crate training with him. Dexter was able to be neutered this week and he had the cyst removed from his head, which was benign. His foster family will begin working with a trainer this Saturday to help improve his behavior. Once we have strategies in place to help Dexter, we hope this will be helpful when transitioning him to a forever home.
Dexter is still waiting in the kennel for a foster home. He did well on his dog test at the shelter and the kennel has indicated he is a very sweet boy. Dexter is unknown with cats and needs a home without children. If you can help Dexter, please submit an application for him.
Dexter was found as a stray and ended up at a very overcrowded shelter. He is estimated to be around 3 years old. Dexter did great with his dog test at the shelter. He was able to join our rescue last weekend and went to a foster home in Maryland. They reported that Dexter was good on leash and very well behaved in the home. He is completely housebroken and was making progress with crate training. As Dexter settled in, though, he became more possessive of his toys and his foster home did not feel comfortable with him around their child. Dexter is currently at our boarding kennel and would love to find an adult only home. Please offer to help Dexter so we can get this boy back in a home. A kennel can be a very stressful environment, so we are hoping he will be able to find a new foster home soon.