Age is just a number ~ Meet Nycee
Nycee is a super sweet, senior boxer who was saved from Devore with literally no time to spare. After clearly having been used for producing puppies, she was found by animal control abandoned in a field in San Bernardino County, alone, scared, and in really rough shape. Nycee is now a healthy, happy girl seeking a forever family of her very own.
Nycee is about 10 years young, although she could be younger (some evil human filed her teeth down to nubs, so it’s hard to say). She is currently living in a foster home with 5 other dogs and is good with kids of all ages. Don’t let her age fool you! Nycee breaks out in play with her younger siblings on a pretty regular basis. She may not have the stamina to keep up with them, but she sure tries. She is housebroken, crate trained, and loves to go for walks, riding in the car, and snuggling. Nycee would love to have a family that is home more than not as she is very people oriented, but she feels safe in her crate after her initial protest at being left at home. Cat test pending ~
If you are interested in becoming Nycee’s loving forever family, please complete an application at www.westcoastboxerrescue.org.
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