Chloe is an affectionate girl who loves snuggling and belly rubs. She loves her walks and does great on a leash. Chloe is housebroken and crate trained. She needs an experienced owner who can manage her behavior around strangers and visitors. An adult only home would be best. She is currently being fostered with a young, male boxer and three cats. Chloe has canine dry eye and needs drops in her eyes 3-4 times a day. Please consider giving Chloe the loving home she deserves.
Chloe is back in her original foster home and doing great. She is living with a young male boxer and gets along well with him. Chloe also continues to do well with the cats. She has settled in and is a happy girl.
Chloe is being returned to rescue and is in need of a new home. She would do best in a home without an active toddler. Chloe is both cat and dog friendly. She is a sweet girl who had a rough life prior to rescue and deserves a break. We will update her page once Chloe arrives back at her foster home.
2/07/17 – Adopted
Chloe is the perfect boxer for someone who is looking for an affectionate dog to snuggle with. She loves belly rubs and is not shy to let you know when she wants them! Chloe walks well on leash with her foster brother, Bubba. She is also great with the three cats that she is living with. Chloe readily goes in a crate for a treat and settles in with no fuss. She sleeps all night on a dog bed next to her foster mom. Chloe is easy to train and learned how to sit for her meals, sleep in her bed and potty outside within a few days of arriving at her foster home. She is a very quiet girl. She does not bark or whine, but Chloe is full of boxer wiggles. She does have canine dry eye, which is currently being treated with Optimmune. She is scheduled the see an ophthalmologist to check on her progress. Her eyes need to be flushed and cleaned during the day, but Chloe is very good at sitting still for this. She is a very sweet dog that deserves lot of belly rubs in her forever home.
Chloe was surrendered to the New York shelter due to a divorce. She is reported to be good with children and other dogs. Chloe previously lived with a smaller dog. She has discharge in her eye and no tear production, which will be evaluated soon by our vet. Chloe just arrived at her new foster home in PA, where she is living with a senior male boxer and two cats. We will post a new update once she gets settled in!