Tigger CA

Status: Available
Gender: Male
State: Out of Area
Tag #: 4628
Age: 5 yrs
Date of Birth: (Birthday unknown)
Hair Color: Brindle
Ears: Natural ears
Tail: Docked tail
Reported Good With:
Female Dogs
Kids Age Range: Unknown at this time
  

Note: Tigger is a special AABR foster currently in California. AABR will consider applicants within 50 miles of Arcadia CA. Because our Adoption Application has a pull down menu restricting applicants to the STATES we operate in the NORTH EAST United States, CALIFORNIA RESIDENTS should select the following Criteria when filling out the app:
*Select NEW YORK as your STATE
*Enter your real CA Zip Code
*Enter TIGGER CA as the first choice of dogs you are interested in.

8/28/19
Tigger is still looking for his forever home. We are taking applications from the Arcadia area of California or from our northeast area. He would do best in an experienced boxer home with another dog to play with. Apply today if you are interested in adopting Tigger.

7/27/19
Tigger is settling in nicely at his foster home. He is energetic and likes to play with toys, especially his tennis ball. Tigger did well with the resident boxers in his temporary foster home. He would benefit from a home with a female boxer that will show him the ropes. Tigger is a little nervous meeting new people, but he is a sweetheart once he warms up. Tigger recently had his cast removed and the orthopedic vet was very pleased with how the leg healed. He is crate trained and we are working on his leash manners. Tigger is currently located in Southern California in Arcadia. If you are located in this area and are interested in adopting this goofy boy, please apply today.

6/11/19
Tigger is the first recipient of the Abby the Boxer ER surgery fund. This poor guy found himself in an overcrowded shelter without a rescue to help after being hit by a car. Lucky for him, an AABR volunteer who had moved to California saw that nobody offered to help Tigger and got him out of the shelter through AABR. Tigger was evaluated on 5/19/19 by the orthopedic vet. Radiographs confirmed a moderately displaced left distal radius and ulna fracture. Tigger did well with his surgery and is now recovering in his foster home. He will be transported soon to the east coast and will be available for adoption.