Stella

NJ -

Female -

4 1/2 Months

This dog was adopted on 2013-10-12

Personal Information

Weight:25 Pounds

Color:Brindle

Ears:Natural

Tail:Docked

Spayed/Neutered:No

Shots Up to Date:Yes

Other Dogs:Yes

Cats:Unknown

Children:Yes

Crate Trained:Yes

House Trained:No

Microchipped:Yes

Individual Needs:None

Adoption Donation:$375

My Story

09.22.2013

Stella is a beautiful, very dark reverse brindle girl with gorgeous white  markings.  She is a typical 4 month old boxer puppy, into everything and  always ready for playtime!  Her furever family will need to be armed  and ready, because Stella thinks all of us human folks are just here for her  enjoyment.  She has made best friends with the 11 month old boxer boy who  lives here and they play constantly all day-except for those moments when foster  mom needs a break and it becomes puppy naptime.  Stella is very securely  crate-trained and sleeps all night in her crate and remains quiet in the morning  until she is released.  She is working on her house-training and is making  slow but steady progress.  A little maturity will help that!
 
Stella is currently eating a grain-free diet supplemented with yogurt and  some pumpkin.  She loves her food and breakfast is her very favorite time  of the day.  She can hardly contain herself!   But, being the  good girl that she is, she sits and waits until she is told "ok" and then she  eats.  She is eating 3 times a day.
 
Because Stella is a puppy, her furever family must be home most of  the time.  She would do well with a stay-at-home mom/dad or someone who  works only part-time or is retired.  She will need work on her doggie  manners and she is right at the age where she will learn all of those skills  very quickly.  Although she loves children, she will need to learn that  small ones are not toys and she must be gentle, so a home with older children  would be best.  She is learning to walk on a leash and loves to be outside  in the yard.
 
Stella's furever family should have a yard that is securely fenced and  she would love another dog to play with.  Having a male doggie  companion will help her expend all that puppy energy and teach her the ways of  the dog world.  Nothing like a big brother to help you out when you're a  kid!!

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