Scarlet Rogue is house, crate and leash trained; she needs access to a dog door and a handler that recognizes when her visual impairment makes her stop on a walk. Calm reassurance gets her started again. She has become friends with all 5 of her furry foster friends (except the Jack Russell doesn’t know it yet) and especially likes to play with the Schnauzer mix. She has not chased the cats she has met but that may be due to her sight issues. She has been good with children, but just as with our deaf dogs who can be unwittingly startled, she cannot be placed with children under 10.
This pretty, healthy, happy lady is all Boxer. Sure, she has a glitch, but that hasn’t stopped her from loving people and toys and dogs and being a terrific buddy. She’ll reward your patience with wiggles and snuggles and offer you her toy. Scarlet is a Permanent Foster with no adoption fee who will receive support similar to one of ABR’s Silverhearts.
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