10-22 Update: 10-22: Luna is a very loving dog and absolutely loves her people. She is fine with cats, she will sniff them and chase if they run but for the most part she just leaves them alone. Typical of the boxer breed she wants to be by her people all the time. Of you are sitting on the couch she will try to slowly crawl up on your lap. She is not really a lap dog but she obviously didn't get that memo. She will talk back to you when she cannot get close enough to you. Although she is good with her 2 yr old foster fur brother, she is very iffy with other dogs. It takes her awhile to get use to other dogs and is very dog reactive. If a dog barks at her she lunges and barks right back. Any intro to a new dog has to be done slowly over time....it took 4 weeks of living with my dog before I could leave them out together. Because of this I would say she would do best being the only dog...not that she can't be around other dogs, it just takes time. She does walk on a leash but she can pull something awful when she sees a squirrel or another dog...and she is strong!!! Overall she is fine but definitely could use a little training on meeting other dogs and walking on a leash. For more info on Luna, see below: Luna is the biggest mushy face ever and just loves her people!!!! She is great with cats,barely even bothers them...and after almost two weeks of being crated separately she is great with Spots!!! Luna seems to be fine with other dogs as long as they are fine with her. She is very smart and walks well on a leash. She is easily redirected when she gets side tracked by a bird or something. She is a bit over weight and does have some power to her so she can be a bit of a brute around smaller kids. children 10 years and older are fine. Many times boxers that enter a rescue are "poorly bred" boxers, dogs that are back yard breeding dogs bred to sell, not bred to keep with the standards of the breed. That being said. Luna may be either a poorly bred boxer or a boxer mix, the jury is still out on this one. Either way she is a big kisser and a nice gal in need of a loving terrific home! If you think you are a match for Luna visit www.fassasfriendsboxerrescue.com & click on the adoption tab at the top of the website's page to complete an adoption application. If you've already done so and are approved, simply email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and letting us know you are approved and interested in meeting Luna.
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