Spot has been in her foster home almost two months now and has made amazing progress. She has been doing much better with her foster brother and is learning to share a home with another dog. Spot will need slow and careful introductions if she is placed with another dog. She would also do well as an only dog. Spot loves attention from her humans and she enjoys the children in her foster home. Since she still likes to jump, Spot may do best with older children. She watches out the window every morning when the kids leave for school. Spot is such a sweet and loving girl who is ready for a forever home of her own.
Spot has arrived at her new foster home and is adjusting to life inside a home instead of an outdoor pen. She would be fine as an only dog, or could also be placed with an easygoing male as long as the family can manage her sharing the attention with the other dog. Spot is very sweet with people and is seeking out all the attention she missed from the last several years. She is doing well in her crate and learning the routines. Spot has been updated on all vet care and the vet estimated her to be around 4-5 years old. She has a lot of energy and would love to have a fenced yard at her forever home. If you are interested in adopting Spot, apply today!
Spot is a deaf female boxer who is in urgent need of a foster home. She came into a shelter in WV with another female boxer, Dot, when their owner passed away in an automobile accident and nobody in the family could take them. It was reported that Spot has spent most of her life in an outdoor kennel within a fenced yard. Please offer to give this adorable girl a foster home so we can get her out of the shelter and give her the life she deserves. We would love to find Spot a home with a fenced yard and hopefully a male dog to be her ears. The volunteers at the shelter indicate both are sweet girls who will keep you laughing.