Max has received a lot of interest, but we haven’t found a home yet that meets his specific behavioral needs. Max can not be placed in a home where he will be around young children. He is looking for a quieter setting outside of the city. Max will require a securely fenced yard that is at least five feet. He does not do well initially with new dogs, but can adjust if given several weeks of gradual introductions. Max has become very comfortable with his foster sister, but he is dominant and does play very rough – so we are recommending no small dogs or dogs over the age of five in his new home. Max loves being outside and he is looking for an active home. He is great meeting new people and is full of wiggles. If a home is willing to put the time and training into this young boy, Max will continue with the progress he has already shown in foster. Max is enjoying the summer with his foster family, but would love to find a permanent home. Apply today if you can meet Max’s needs.
Max is a one year old boy who is still looking for his forever home. He loves to play hard and snuggle hard. Max responds very well to treats, making him easily trainable. He would do best in a home without young kids due to poor manners around food. This guy likes to be in charge and he takes time to adjust to new dogs. With time and patience, Max has adjusted well with his female foster sister. He would do well having a dog that can keep up with him and tolerate his horseplay. A tall fenced yard is a requirement for Max (no invisible fences for this guy). He is house trained and crate trained. Max is looking for an experienced home that can give him the training and attention he needs. Apply today if your home sounds like a match!
Max is still looking for a forever home. He would do well in a home with an energetic female dog, but Max will also need an adopter who is experienced with introductions and will be patient as he adjusts. Max is a dominant boy and needs a home without children. He would also do best in a home where somebody is there often. Max does get nervous in the car, so his foster family has been taking him more frequently to help him realize that car rides can be fun. He is very friendly with visitors and shows the ultimate boxer wiggle. Max has come really far and is eager to continue his training with a family of his own.
Max has been making a lot of progress in his new foster home. He is looking for a forever home that can continue with his training and socialization. Max is a high energy, 1 yr old boy who needs an experienced boxer owner. His ideal home would have a female dog to help wear him out. A secure, fenced yard is a requirement for his needs. Max should not be placed with young children and he has no history around cats. He loves people and is very food motivated, which makes it easy to train with him. If you feel you can meet the needs of Max, apply today for this adorable boxer boy.
Max is being returned to rescue to find a better match for him. He needs an experienced boxer owner who will provide a lot of exercise and structure. He is adjusting to his crate when left alone and would do best in a home where someone is not gone for long hours. Max is a strong willed boy who would benefit from obedience training. He would love to find a forever home with a fenced yard and a young female dog to run and play with.
12/29/19 – Adopted
Max was surrendered to rescue by his family to find a home that could provide more time and attention. At just 10 months old, the family realized he was spending too much time in his crate. He is very playful with other dogs and just needs to learn some manners. Max was recently neutered and brought up to date on all vet care. He recently arrived at his new foster home in Maryland and is settling in well.