What a crazy time. I was living with my family, and the next thing I knew I was in a car with strangers heading to a strange place and people I've never met. But they have been really awesome and allowing me to be myself and learn some manners.
See, I'm still a little girl...only 2.5. I didn't learn the right way to be a dog. So it takes me some time to warm up to people and dogs. If I see them on my walks, I get a little anxious and want to tell them how worried I am and that I don't know them and that I see that as a threat. But they don't understand what I'm saying. But my foster Mom says I've gotten better because now I get walks all the time and see people and dogs more often. I just need more consistent training and a forever family that will be patient with me.
But I also love to snuggle and get lovins. When my foster Mom's friends come to visit, my little nubber just gets waggin, and I patiently wait for them to show me affection, I don't jump on them or antyhing. I enjoy my crate, and I don't potty in the house at all.
I'm hoping to meet a family that will love me forever.
We are a non-profit organization and our group is made up of 100% volunteers. These are the amazing people that care for the abused, homeless, unwanted, and sick boxers that we take into the rescue. And only because they have deep love for the breed and believe they all deserve a second chance. Most of us have fostered or volunteered for other rescues and have decided to put our wisdom together and start our own. We rely solely on our adoptions, private donations, fundraisers and events to help fund all the medical treatments, training and all the other expenses that come with rehabilitation.