Oliver is doing great in his foster home. He is now housebroken. His days of living in a pen are over. Oliver loves going for his daily walk. He is a very gentle boy. Oliver is fully vetted and ready for the next step on his journey. He loves playing with his boxer foster sister, Bea. Oliver is slowly getting used to living in a home. He is a sweet and loving boxer who is slowly learning to trust people. Being tied out in a pen behind an Amish barn takes a toll on a dog. Oliver would do best in a home with a confident female dog. He will be a wonderful boxer for the right home.
Oliver is a 2 year old male boxer who was just surrendered from an Amish mill because he had no interest in breeding. He is scared of everything right now because he has lived in a barn since he was born. Oliver is a lucky boy to get out of that environment. He is very sweet and enjoys playing with his foster sister, Bea, who also came from a mill. She has helped with his confidence and is showing Oliver how to live inside a home. He is a big boy and is quickly picking up the house training and crate training. A fenced yard would be best for Oliver. He loves to run and play. Oliver will be neutered on Wednesday and then will be ready for a forever home where he can continue to bloom.