Reece

NH -

Female -

1 year

This dog was adopted on 2012-03-24

Personal Information

Weight:35 lbs

Color:Fawn

Ears:Natural

Tail:Docked

Spayed/Neutered:Yes

Shots Up to Date:Yes

Other Dogs:Yes

Cats:Unknown

Children:Yes

Crate Trained:Yes

House Trained:Yes

Microchipped:Yes

Individual Needs:none

Adoption Donation:$375

My Story

02.08.2013

Everyone in our family loves Reece, even those who are not dog lovers! She is so friendly and loves to be around people. She does great with children too. We cannot imagine our life before Reece.

02.29.2012

Reece has been here almost 2 weeks and she is kid tested, mom approved!  She's everything you would want and expect in a boxer baby.  I feel she is under a year based on her size and temperament.  She is going to need obedience training just because she is so young, she has never been taught any manners.  She does sit and is learning to not run away when you call her.  She comes sometimes but not every time.  She's a good sleeper, a good eater, crate trained, housebroken, playful, fun, sweet, lovable...like I said, everything you want in a boxer pup.

 The perfect family for her perhaps has another dog she can play with, she loves to play bow and box with another dog.  Children, she loves my daughters and loves to lay on them and pretend she is a lap dog.  Adults/humans, she loves contact and interaction.  She is definitely a family dog.  If you are all watching TV as a family, she will be right in there.  If you are all outside playing or doing yard work, there she is again.  So a family who will spend a lot of time with her would be great.

02.22.2012

Reece is a ball of fun!  She has been here almost a week and she truly is a lot of fun.  She speaks up when the 2 resident boxers are trying to boss her around.  She is playful and fun and snuggly and adorable.  She has such a pretty face and is quite petite at the moment.  We are trying to fatten her up.  She understands to go outside to the bathroom and she will crate.  Sometimes she doesn't like being in there but she settles down and will go lay in there when the door is open and  doesn't need to be crated.  She sleeps through the night and enjoys human company.  She is great with her other 4 legged friends and I feel she will do fine in any environment.  Reece should not need to foster for long at all, as she needs to stop bouncing around and settle with her forever family…So inquire about her today. :)))

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