1 year old Bono is coming in to our care due to his owner’s poor health.
He’s a handsome, friendly, boy and a typical boisterous youngster! He is friendly with dogs and people but gets very excited and bouncy, so a home with no small children is preferred. He needs plenty of exercise to burn off his energy and an assertive pack leader who will instil house rules and boundaries for him to learn and respect.
Bono is house trained and knows his basic commands. He’s a strong lad but walks quite well on a half-check lead. He can be left for a few hours and won’t soil in the house or open doors but he has been known to chew up his bed, so a home where he wouldn’t be left for long periods would be ideal.
7 year old Riley came into our care due to a change in his owner’s circumstances. He is now in a foster home where he lives happily with the resident female Boxer.
He’s a playful, friendly and very handsome lad who loves both human and canine company. He’s young and sprightley for his age and is very dog friendly, although he doesn’t like cats. He is well behaved and knows all his basic commands. He does pull a little bit on lead but he will sit on command when he comes to a road. His foster mum says he’s a lovely lad - a typical bouncy Boxer!
3 year old white boy Ludo has come in to our care following a marriage split and he is now in a foster home which he shares with his new boxer sister.
He is a lovable, cheeky, friendly boy who is very affectionate and loves human as well as canine company. He’s a big lad who sometimes forgets his size and strength and gets a little clumsy, so he’s looking for a home with no small children or small animals. He’s a very sociable boy and gets on with all dogs and people and he loves nothing better than to snuggle up with you or a canine pal after a good long walk - as you can see! He doesn’t like being left alone but is crate trained and will happily go in his crate if he is given a toy or some treats to pass the time.
Ludo has been deaf from birth but this hasn’t stopped him leading a completely normal life. He has always lived with other Boxers since being just a few months old and he’s learned a lot from them. He’s a quick learner and responds to hand signals for his basic commands. His fosterer says his deafness doesn’t make any difference at all and he has settled in very well.
He’s looking for a forever home with a resident dog and where he won’t be left for long periods, so if you think you can offer this, please complete our online adoption application.