already spayed, housetrained, purebred, up to date with shots, and good with dogs.
I am already spayed, housetrained, purebred, up to date with shots, and good with dogs.
Beatrix came to ABR as a cruelty case; starved and beaten. This one year old female is a shining example of how safety, love and groceries can help her, and others, learn to trust humans again. She loves being near people and craves attention. She, like her buddy Butterfly and all of our rescues from south Texas, is receiving preventive medication for tick borne illnesses. This big, 60 pound, female has a dark fawn coat with a full tail and floppy ears.
Beatrix loves to play with any size dog, especially her 6 month old foster sister. She is house, crate and leash trained. Beatrix can be a little timid at times but that is certainly understandable. She is a sweet, happy girl who is ready for her permanent family.
Our mission: To balance the health, safety, and welfare needs of canines in the Central Texas area by providing nourishment and a safe environment for unwanted, stray, abused, and impounded Boxers. Once placed in new homes they become more than just pets, they become family.
Come Meet Our Pets...
Visit www.austinboxerrescue.com for upcoming events and adoption days
Our Adoption Process...
1. Fill out an Online Adoption Application
2.Your application will be reviewed and sent to a volunteer in your area. The volunteer will contact you to schedule a home visit within one week. There is a $25.00 fee for a volunteer to come to your house for a home visit. This fee is non-refundable, but will be applied to the adoption fee when the adoption is finalized.
3. After your home visit is complete and you are approved you can begin meeting dogs. The person who met with you during your home visit will assist you in this process.
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