Diego is a stunning boxer mix, with beautiful green eyes and gorgeous markings. He is about 2.5 years old and weighs about 70 lbs.
Diego is a very handsome Boxer/American Bulldog mix about 4.5 years old. He is about 55-60 lbs. Diego was sent to training at Redefined Dog Training to learn proper manners with people and dogs, commands, and general discipline. He has graduated and is now ready for his forever home.
Diego is obedience trained. He knows heel, sit, down, come, place, and boundary. He is also crate trained. Diego is easy to handle. He is confident but sensitive and mellow. He can be a silly guy who will romp and play, but he's not big on toys or fetch. He also likes water and enjoys splashing and lying around in our baby pools. Diego has good dog manners. He will play with other dogs once he is comfortable. Diego needs a home with rules and structure so he can continue to utilize the skills that he has learned. He's best in an active home with adults and kids 7+ yrs old. He is good with other dogs (male or female) but prefers to live with a female dog (vs male).
If you are interested in adopting or finding more information about Diego or our other dogs, please read about our adoption process and fill out the application. Once the application is received our volunteer will contact you: http://www.westcoastboxerrescue.org/adopt/. Thank you for considering rescue dogs, and we look forward to working with you.
If you are interested in this dog, please read our adoption process and fill out an adoption application here: http://www.westcoastboxerrescue.org/adopt/.
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