Gracie was adopted from us when she was 3 or 4 months old, but was returned to us a few weeks ago. Gracie is about 2.5 years old and about 65 lbs. She is a boxer mix, with a longer nose and beautiful natural tail. The longer nose allows her to handle this triple digit weather better than the 'smash' nose dogs, and the longer tail helps to communicate with other dogs better. Gracie did fine in her adoptive home but as she matured, she wasn't getting along with the other small household dog. We have been working with and evaluating Gracie the last few weeks. Gracie is a friendly, excited, playful girl. She is good with people, but can get jumpy and little mouthy when she is excited. (She would not be good with toddlers or small children). She is good with calm dogs, better with males. Gracie is not aggressive, but if confronted by an aggressive dog, she will likely react like most dogs would. Gracie will be best in a home with a large male dog.
If you are interested in fostering or adopting Gracie, please read about our foster/adoption process and fill out the application. Once the application is received our volunteer will contact you:http://www.westcoastboxerrescue.org/adopt/. Thank you.
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