My name is Floki!

Boxer Dog for adoption in Hurst, Texas - Floki
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Legacy Boxer Rescue

Facts about Floki

  • Breed: Boxer
  • Color: Tan/Yellow/Fawn
  • Age: Young
  • Size: Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: 10505757

Legacy Boxer Rescue |

Hey everybody! My name is Floki and I am a gentle giant. I am 18 months old and weigh 75 pounds! I’m very calm and I am well behaved for a young lad.
I have not been with my foster family family very long but in a short time they learnt that I am crate and house trained. I don't enjoy going in my crate, but once I'm there, I behave (especially if you lead me to it with some peanut butter!)
I enjoy being an indoor dog, but, since I’m still a puppy, I need to let my abundant energy out often. I like to run in the yard, play with my toys (especially the squeaky ones) and with the little humans I live with (age 6 and 3).
Watch out, I’m very generous with my kisses! Being a big boy sometimes my size is intimidating but all I want is to play and be loved. My foster family and everyone who meets me say that I do not have a mean bone in my body.
I’m still learning how to let my foster family know that I want to play and sometimes like to pull on the “toy” attached to my host dad (he calls it his hand). I have been told that it is not proper and I am working on that. My next family will need to continue my training and re-enforce my good manners.
I’m a very friendly dog and am very curious about other dogs, cats and humans.  However, I do get anxious when I am barked at while on walks. Other animals I meet do not bother me whether it be cats, squirrels or pigs (yes I met one and I was a total gentleman).
I know a few commands such as “sit”, “no” and am currently learning other ones. I am a quick learner because I am smart and treat motivated. When I misbehave a stern “no” and a strong stance do the trick.
Overall I think I’m the total package, and if you are dying to meet me, guess what? I am too! Just go ahead and contact legacy (LBR) or my foster family so we can make it happen. See you soon!


If you are interested in adopting me, please fill out our adoption application to begin the process.

If you aren't able to adopt at this time, please consider making a much needed, tax-deductible donation to Legacy Boxer Rescue by clicking here.

About Legacy Boxer Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

For every life there is a legacy. In many instances the legacy passed down is not as it should be and requires help from caring souls to be fulfilled. It is our belief that all Boxers should have a legacy befitting of their wonderful enthusiasm and love of life, but sadly, this isn't always the case.

We, the founder and volunteers of Legacy Boxer Rescue, have made it our mission to seek out these Boxers and create a legacy they deserve, a loving family and home of their own.

We firmly believe that a Boxer's future should never be uncertain, so we will help to create better, happier legacies for them; one Boxer at a time.

A legacy that replaces despair with hope, sorrow with happiness, fear with security, and pain with love.

Come Meet Our Pets...

Our Adoption Process...

So, you’re ready to adopt a boxer from Legacy Boxer Rescue? Before we can begin the adoption process, you must fill out an Adoption Application in it’s entirety. The following requirements must be met before an adoption can take place:

* Applications will only be accepted within the Dallas/Ft Worth Metroplex. Please email us if you are outside of this area so that we can assess your situation individually.

* Any other pets that you have must be fully vetted, this includes that they be spayed/neutered and up to date on ALL vaccinations. No exceptions will be made to this rule, so please do not apply if your pets are not spayed/neutered and current on vaccinations. This also includes cats! All dogs and cats (since it was only recently discovered that cats are susceptible to heartworms some exceptions may be made for indoor cats in this regard) must also be tested for heartworms and on some form of heartworm prevention. If you purchase heartworm prevention and/or flea/tick products through an online pharmacy like we will need copies of your purchase history which can be obtained from the online pharmacy.

* All applicants must be 21 years of age and living on your own. If you are under 21 and living at home with your parents, please have them fill out the adoption application for you.

* If you have children under the age of ten, certain criteria will need to be met before a boxer is placed in your home. LBR will be happy to discuss this with each family as the need arises.

* All domesticated animals (with the exception of feral cats) must be kept as indoor residents of your home. We do not place our boxers in homes with or as outdoor companion animals.

* We will not place two female dogs in the same home. With the dominance issues commonly seen in females, we feel we can increase the odds for a successful adoption by not placing females in the same home together.

Once we have received your completed application, here is a list of what you can expect. We realize that this seems like a lot, and it may even seem invasive to some, but we want you to adopt a boxer if you meet the criteria described herein, so please bear with us. Most, if not all, of our volunteers work full time and have families of their own to care for, and we do our best to ensure that all applications are processed in a timely fashion but we do ask that you please have patience.

* An LBR volunteer will check the personal and veterinary references listed on your application. Since most vets require their clients permission to release any records, please contact your vet so that we are able to complete the vet check for your application. Once the personal and veterinary references are checked, and deemed acceptable, an LBR volunteer will contact you to schedule a home visit. We conduct the home visit to ensure that our boxers have a safe and loving environment to call home.

* On the application, you are asked to list any boxers that you have seen on LBR’s website that you may be interested in adopting. But please be aware that often times we have more than one applicant interested in the same boxer. In that case, the home best suited for the boxer will be chosen for placement. LBR does not do adoptions on a “first come, first served” basis, and in many cases we may make a recommendation depending on your circumstances.

* After finding a boxer that you and LBR are in agreement would be a good match for you, we ask that you make arrangements to meet the boxer. Generally, this involves attending one of our Meet Our Boxer events, or we may ask the foster family to contact you directly. When you visit a boxer, we ask that all family members be present, as well as any current pets if possible.

* In some cases, we may feel that a particular boxer is not a good match for you and your family, please do not be offended by this. LBR does not take the placement of a boxer lightly, and we strive to do our best to ensure that each placement is forever, as many of these wonderful boxers have led very unstable lives before coming into rescue and we only want what is best for them. We will be happy to disclose our reasons for the decisions that we make in this regard.

Once your application has been approved and you have found the boxer of your dreams, there are only a few items remaining in this process.

* Our adoption donation’s range from $125.00 to $300.00 depending on the dog being adopted. This determination is based on many factors, to include, but not limited to the dog’s age and any past adoption history with LBR. Our boxers are examined for any health issues, spayed/neutered, fully vaccinated, heartworm tested, and are protected from heartworms, fleas and ticks while in foster care. LBR uses Revolution, an all-inclusive topical agent for heartworm, flea and tick prevention, or Heartgard HW Prevention and Frontline Flea/Tick Prevention. While in foster care, LBR volunteers work with the boxers on basic obedience commands, but we cannot guarantee that every dog will learn basic obedience commands while in foster care. LBR always recommends that the new owners find a training center that utilizes only positive training techniques for their new family member to help him or her be the best possible companion animal for you and your family.

* Upon adoption LBR will have you sign a legally binding adoption agreement. If there ever comes a time when you wish to give up your boxer he/she MUST be returned to LBR as stated in the adoption agreement. Adopter also agrees that the provided Legacy Boxer Rescue tag will remain on the boxer at all times, and LBR must be notified if the boxer is ever lost or stolen, we have many resources in the area that could help in locating your boxer should such an event ever take place.

* Be prepared for the arrival of your new boxer, please click here for a list of items that LBR recommends that you have on hand when he/she comes home.