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BlueGrass Boxer Rescue, Inc.
Available Male Boxers
Mr. Rowdy is one of the sweetest older gentlemen you will ever meet. He is in rescue because his owner recently died. His owner loved him very much and saw that Rowdy got to his yearly vet appointments. Needless to say, Rowdy is grieving the loss of the only life he ever know. His foster mom is doing her best to make him feel at home despite the circumstances. Rowdy is housebroken/crated trained and walks nicely on leash. He is great with other dogs and still likes to play.
Rowdy is being fostered
in Florence, KY.
Hoss is an energetic 8 year old male. He spent his entire life at the end of a chain and now he is enjoying life. Hoss loves to play, especially if you’re tossing a ball. He is doing great with potty training and is fully crate trained. Hoss also loves to be next to you getting attention. He gets along with other dogs, but would be better in a home without cats. He likes to chase the kitties a little too much. Hoss will be a great addition to any family.
Hoss is being foster in Florence, KY
Jagger is being fostered in Benton, KY
Mr. Beau is a wise 6 years old. He is great dog, very loving, and gets along well with most other dogs of both sexes. He is very well crate trained, but still working on his potty training He does have food allergy and has to be on grain free food, preferably with no chicken or beef. Beau has been treated for heartworm disease, but is still testing a low positive. He will be retested in August.
Beau is being fostered in Owensboro, KY
Adoption Donation $235.00
Newton is being fostered in Louisville, KY.
My name is Lynx and I am a very special boy of 1-2 years of age. You see, my owner came outside to feed me one day and discovered I was blind. It is most likely I was born blind and my owner just never payed enough attention to me to notice. Upon discovering I was blind, my owner took me to the vet to be euthanized. He told the vet he did not have the time to mess with a blind dog. The vet staff convinced my owner to relinquish his rights to me in hopes of getting me into rescue. If a rescue could not be found quickly, I was still going to be euthanized. My foster mom was the only person who inquired about me, and picked me up on the day I was to be euthanized. I am so thankful to be in rescue…I am truly getting a second chance.
Once in my foster home, my mom noticed something else was not right with me. While I was at the vet being neutered and getting all my vaccinations, it was determined I am partially deaf. Adjusting to my new life has been really hard for me and my new mom. I am slowly learning to trust her and she is learning that I get easily overwhelmed. I have made great progress in just a week’s time, but I still have a ways to go. I already know the “sit” and “down” commands. Once I am fully acclimated to my new life, I am going to be a great dog. My foster mom and I are working really hard, so we can show everybody what a great boy I am. I love to play with other dogs and I’m learning to play tug-o-war. I will need to be adopted into a home with another dog. I really need another dog to be my mentor and to show me the ropes. I am not quite ready for adoption yet so check back for updates on my progress.