It's been 2 weeks that Marie is living with us and I do not
have one single complain about it. She is a loving, happy and healthy
girl. Marie was spayed and everything went great: The stitches are
now out and she is free to run and play as much as she wants. I do
have to tell you that she was the "belle of the ball" at the vet's office.
She greeted every dog and person and then chilled by my side waiting for her
time to go in - I was so proud!!!.
Marie is not the typical rescue boxer: she was always loved and spoiled by
her previous mom and has adjusted perfectly well in our home and routine.
She goes to her crate in the morning, after her breakfast and stays there
until we get home later in the afternoon. Once she is out of her crate, she
plays with her foster brother and then lays by our side in the backyard to
enjoy the hot summer evenings.
This is a very lucky girl. All she learned in her life is love,
loyalty, and fun - Will you be the lucky one to have Marie in your life?
I am Marie!
I am a three year old cutie (that’s what
everybody says and I am sure you will think the same) and I am looking for a
new forever home...Yep, my mom is going to college and she will not be able
to keep me. I understand that, life sometimes can be a surprise.
I am not sad, although I miss her; I know I
am going to find a great forever home that I can be a great addition to. Why
I say that? I am lots of fun and love. I am also very well behaved: I am
crate trained, housebroken, I walk well on the leash, I do not have what
they call “food aggression” – I heard my foster mom say that and thought it
sounded good – And I am very good with kids (already won the 3 year old boy
that lives next door).
I can’t complain: my foster home is very
good to me: I get lots of treats and I LOVE ice cubes. There is also my
foster brother; we have a great time together, we are like best buddies! I
am very healthy too, up to date in my shots and I will be spayed this week.
I tell you: it does not get better than that!
So, if you looking for a fun loving and
cute girl please contact the AABR people – Don’t let my foster mom hear
that: I am looking forward to relax again knowing that I will not have to
move to another family again...but that’s just between us, ok?
If you are interested in adopting this dog, please fill out an
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