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{{ 2 sweet adult Boxer X girls need a forever home! }} (Republic)

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Tiff and her daughter Abby are two incredibly sweet, well behaved older Boxer mixes, estimated to be about 7 & 8 years old. They're on the smaller side, about 40-50 pounds each.

They are completely house, potty, and crate trained, and walk well on a leash. They're spayed, microchipped, and current on vaccines.

They're social with other dogs when they get to know them, but can be somewhat uncertain initially meeting them. They've both lived and played with up to 15 dogs total successfully.

They are recommended for homes with kids old enough to respect their boundaries - my 4.5 year old did not and made Abby uncomfortable. They were in a home prior where the lady watched special needs children and they did okay from what I was told, but unfortunately the family got goats, and the girls really wanted to go herd with and boss the goats around - so they'd do best in a home with no livestock most likely.

Their rehoming fee is $75 for the pair -- they're very low maintenance and get along fabulously and are very low impact overall in a home, so we'd love to see them find a home together, since they've been together for so long.
We run a dog rescue, so all rehoming fees go directly back into dog food, vet bills, and other dog costs.

Thank you!

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