Mandy had to be moved to a new foster home two weeks ago and she is doing fabulous! She settled in with the two other boxers as if she had been living with them for years. Mandy is very timid and the other dogs definitely helped her. She is very smart and picks up things quickly. Mandy has already been trained on the invisible fence. She loves having a yard to run and play in. If you have a home with a confident dog and are interested in adopting Mandy, applying today!
Mandy is doing wonderful. She would do best in a home with another dog and a fenced yard. Mandy gets along great with the young boxer in her foster home. She follows him around most of the day, which really helps her confidence. Her foster mom is working on crate training, as Mandy is still very much a puppy. She is learning the house rules. When Mandy first arrived, she was very scared of everything. She has now become much more comfortable and enjoys her walks – and is even seeking attention from people. Mandy is very smart and picks up things quickly. She needs a home that will provide a consistent routine with clear boundaries. With continued training and socialization, Mandy will be a wonderful companion for a lucky home. She is also a great cuddler!
Mandy was found as a stray and is estimated to be around a year of age. The family that found Mandy took great care of her and wanted to adopt her, but they have five rescue cats and Mandy would prefer a home without feline companions. Mandy is an energetic girl who would love a fenced yard to play in. She is timid until she gets to know you, but then is full of kisses! Mandy loves to play with other dogs, but can play rough – so needs a dog that can keep up with her energy level and style of play. Mandy is housebroken, but she needs some work on leash manners. She just arrived at her new foster home and is recovering from her spay surgery. We will update her page once Mandy settles in.