08/24/05 - From his Foster
TJ is as happy as can be - loves everyone. Runs the
whole yard at 100 miles per hour, lots of boxer wiggles and kisses. I just
got him some special "nylon" chew bones to keep him busy.
has settled in and is a wonderful puppy. As a typical boxer puppy, he is
very excitable, has much energy and is getting into a bit of puppy
mischief. He loves his foster brother and sister, gets along with everyone
(except cats) and is eating up a storm. He is quite exuberant with my
neighbors children (ages 8 and 12), so I would caution if being placed with
He has a great personality, lots of boxer wiggles and kisses, and loves
to be loved. His potty training is going well with few accidents in the
house but still needs to be let out often and for this reason would suggest
that he be placed in a home where someone is around a great part of the
As you can see these 2 boys know how to have fun
even if it is 90 degrees outside. It is almost impossible to tell these dogs
apart. We have colored collars on them so we won't call them by the wrong
After playing in the heat they let us hose them down and loved to drink from
Tj and Champ are 8 month old brothers from the same litter, and from
the same parents as last years boxer sisters; China, Asia, and Ajax were
from. (The great news is that the parents have now been spayed and
neutered, and won't be adding to the overpopulation of dogs in this world
But now we must find forever homes for TJ and Champ.
They are both flashy brindles.
We will be neutering both of them this week and then they will be ready
for their new lives.
If they are anything like their sisters, they will have great
Pictures will follow.
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