If your ideal pooch is one who is gorgeous, mature, friendly, loving, laid-back, well-balanced, and slower-paced, then Saguaro may just be your girl! Say hello to Saguaro, a beautiful 7-year-old Boxer mix with a heart of gold. We originally rescued Saguaro from a shelter in California City, and she is currently enjoying the comfortable life of a foster dog. Right off the bat, she showed us that she is a very affectionate, social, tail-wagging pup who loves all people. Just ask her foster dad, and he’ll tell you that she is one amazing lady. Saguaro is completely housebroken, and settled quickly into a daily routine of going out 3 times a day. She enjoys going on long walks or short jogs around the neighborhood, and she knows how to sit and stay on command. Saguaro was in a play group with other dogs around her size at TBL, and she is extremely kind and gentle with all humans. In fact, she recently accompanied her foster dad on a trip to visit family in Northern California, and Saguaro was sweet and relaxed around their newborn baby. She has a short and low-maintenance tricolored coat that is very easy to care for, and she’s a great medium size of 42 pounds. In general, Saguaro enjoys laying around, being a couch potato with you, and and taking naps (and who doesn’t love those?). You will likely fall instantly in love when you look into her sweet face in person. If she sounds like your perfect pooch, then don’t pass up your chance to bring her home!
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