My name is Nae Nae!

Boxer Mix Dog for adoption in Central & West Florida, Florida - Nae Nae
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Facts about Nae Nae

  • Breed: Boxer Mix
  • Color: White
  • Age: Young
  • Size: Unknown
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 9826525-OS16-004
Contact: Stacie/Diana

Age:  10 mos     Wt:  50 lbs

Update 10/8/2016:

These two adorable siblings are a bonded pair, we would prefer adopting them together but would consider separating them to the right home.

Nae Nae or Ms Mayonnaise is such an adorable, sweet, and outgoing girl. She is a good girl under any circumstance, her only down fall is typical for a boxer... she loves people and love to give new people a big KISS right in the face. :) She is always happy and happy to do anything you want to do; dog park, long walks, rides in the car, going to the store, playing in the yard, playing with her toys, getting a treat, cuddling on the sofa... she loves it all. This supper sweet outgoing girl would do great with a family that has kids or grand kids. She just loves everyone and will be a great family dog that can just go with whatever is going on that day. She does very well meeting any new dog.. large or small. She is also great with cats, and basically just ignores them other than a sniff here and there. 

Nae Nae has been raised with nothing but LOVE and I have been very picky regarding who adopts her. I'm hoping there is someone out that can provide the loving home she deserves. Will you be that family?

Update 9/7/2016:

Whip & Nae Nae (or Skippy & Mayonnaise)

They were born sometime late December or early January 2016, while they are still young pups they are now trained and ready for their forever home. They are good with other dogs, friendly with all people, friendly with kids, walk well on leash as well as off leash, crate trained, house trained, good with cats, and are not barkers. Nae Nae is super outgoing and happy to greet everyone with a wiggle butt and a kiss, while little Whip is a bit more of an old soul, shy, loyal, and on the cuddly side. Whip does have his silly moments that will just make you laugh out loud. He will talk to just about anything when he is playful, the toy chest, as to ask can you please give me a toy, to his sister, when she steals his bone, or to you, if you talk cutesy to him. He really tries to communicate with his voice. Nae Nae will talk as well, she talks in the morning, as to say good morning when exiting her crate, or anytime you return home or let her in from outside. Both pups are playful yet love their cuddle time at night on the sofa with you. They are adorable playmates and their personalities compliment each other perfectly. The Boxer/Lab mix is the perfect combination of mellow, loyal, yet silly and playful. If you have it in your heart to open up your home to these two precious babies you won't be disappointed at the amount of love and laughter you will receive in return.

Update 6/20/2016:

Our little Nae Nae (which we now call Mayonnaise) is such a sweet, playful, and very intelligent little girl. Her face and expressions always communicate just how sweet she is... with her head tilt and ears perked when you talk to her. She is such a pretty girl with her longer nose and little black spots on her face. Almost looks a little bit like a Dalmatian but without the spots all over. She loves her brother and the two of them play together for hours, whether its with a bone or chew toy, they are the perfect playmates. They are both fully housetrained and have full access to our house without any troubles when left alone. We do crate at night, but I don't believe it is necessary with these two, as long as they sleep in the same room as you, they are happy. They both were raised with cats and don't bother them at all. As a matter of fact, sometimes we are all on the sofa together, cats curled up next to the dogs... together like one big happy family. Nae Nae is very sweet and outgoing girl, she loves her daily walks, meeting new people and does well with other dogs. Her little docked tail is adorable when she wiggles her butt, always happy to see you, give you a kiss and tell you "hello" is her own doggie talk language. This little sweetie also loves to give hugs. When they were very tiny I held them around my neck. Now that she is bigger and too big to hold, she will come up behind me on the sofa and wrap her head around my neck softly and take a big breath of pure bliss. She just loves to be close, get affection, and be touched. These two pups were raised with nothing but pure of love and lots of socialization. I only want the best and most loving home for these two lucky pups. So if your looking for a good medium sized dog, fully trained, playful, cuddly, and show stopping cute, these two may be the pups for you.


Nae Nae is an all white female, with a gorgeous sleek shinny coat and a little black pearl on her ear. Nae Nae is a smart and outgoing girl that loves everyone especially her little brother Whip. She is a little larger than her brother and seems to be a bit more adventurous, while always keeping a look out for her brother. She loves to play together with her toys and already learning to play fetch. Nae Nae greets everyone with her wiggle butt and loves to give big hugs and kisses. Even though she is still just a baby, you can tell she is a sweet and gentle girl and just wants to be loved, she loves human interaction and just wants to be by your side at all times. These two babies are the perfect little angels and we are hoping to find the perfect home so they can stay together.

About Florida Boxer Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

Florida Boxer Rescue, Inc. is a 501c3 not-for-profit volunteer organization. We strive to rescue unwanted and abandoned purebred Boxers in central and western Florida and place them in safe, responsible, loving, PERMANENT homes.

If you are looking to surrender or adopt a Boxer in northern Florida, please visit our friends at B.A.R.C. for assistance. Likewise, please contact Coastal Boxer Rescue if you live in the eastern or southern parts of Florida and need assistance or adoption info.

How does our rescue program work?
Whether a dog is surrendered to FBR's custody by his guardian, or pulled from a shelter, he is transported in the vehicle of an unpaid CUR RUN volunteer (Canine Underground Railroad).

We try to do the majority of transporting during the weekends, as most volunteers work full-time jobs, but in dire emergencies we will transport a Boxer during the work week. Some volunteers have forfeited their lunch hour or used sick days or vacation time because a dog needed transportation during the day. Now THAT'S dedication!

Boxers that enter FBR's rescue program are taken to veterinarians we work with in the western part of the state.

Regardless of which vet he sees, each Boxer is vaccinated with 7-in-1 and rabies, tested for heartworms and intestinal parasites, and is spayed or neutered (if intact upon arrival). We try to do a microchip scan for all of our Boxers that come in as stray. In 2003 we began micro-chipping most of our Boxers!

During their stay in the rescue program, most of our Boxers live in our many wonderful private foster homes. It is because of these people, that we are able to rescue several hundred Boxers every single year!

Foster moms and dads treat their foster Boxer as if he were their own. They provide food, shelter, and lots of TLC, as well as attempt to teach basic obedience and house manners.

A group of volunteers comprise the Adoption Committee, and process about 100 applications per month.

Our goal is to contact each applicant by e-mail (preferred method to save on long distance bills) or telephone within 10 days of submitting the application.

References are checked and applicants will have a home visit before an adoption can take place.

We place our Boxers according to each dog's individual needs in order to experience a successful adoption. The dog is placed where we feel he will fit best and not on a first-come-first-served basis. The website is updated as often as possible; however, in some instances a Boxer may be placed in an awaiting approved home before he appears online.

We require an adoption fee, along with a signed adoption contract. The fee is used primarily for our vet bills. FBR wants the adopted dog and new family to love each other! If it proves to be a mismatch once at home, we offer a "return" policy. All Boxers are adopted spayed or neutered with contracts and MUST be returned to us if the adopter chooses to no longer care for the dog.

We encourage contact at any time and are here long after adoption, to offer assistance and advice.

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Our Adoption Process...

How To Adopt a Boxer from Florida Boxer Rescue, Inc:

Fill out our application form located at Please make sure you answer all questions. Incomplete forms will not be processed.

Volunteers try their best to process applications within 10 days time. We have an average of 100 applications per month. It may take less than 10 days or slightly more. Please be patient. This is strictly a volunteer organization.

Try to avoid "falling in love" with a particular Boxer you see online. There could be someone already approved who is being considered for the same dog. We place Boxers where we think he or she will be a successful addition, and not on a first-come-first-served basis. Please also note that Boxer Rescue is NOT a source for puppies; we very rarely have them in our program. They usually aren't the ones who need our help.


FBR will not place two female dogs in the same home due to dominance issues often seen in such circumstances. Based on our experiences, FBR feels we can increase successful adoptions by not placing females together in the same home.

Once your application is received, you will either be contacted by e-mail or telephone regarding the status of your application. Please monitor telephone messages and your e-mail. If you e-mail our organization to inquire about adoption or your application's status please remember to include your full name and telephone number with area code for a timely response. Please use this address for inquiries:

Home visits are scheduled PRIOR to adoption as part of our adoption process.

Adoption Requirements

● You must be at least 21 years of age and living on your own

● All current pets in the household MUST be spayed/neutered.

The only exception is if they are currently being shown in the conformation ring or health issues preclude this surgery. Verification will be required.

● All pets MUST be up to date on vaccinations and be maintained on monthly heartworm preventative.

(Yes, we will call your vet to verify this information)

● We do not adopt out dogs as gifts or surprises! Absolutely no exceptions.

● If you rent, you must provide your landlord's name, address and phone number.

Not everyone who applies is able to adopt from Florida Boxer Rescue, Inc. Our mission is to find homes best suited for this often misunderstood breed.

Adoption Fees

* PLEASE NOTE * Due to the increased number of Boxers needing even basic vetting and other medical services upon their arrival into rescue, we have had to raise our adoption fees in order to continue our efforts. You can read more information here.

The following rate structure helps us cover the costs that we incur in Boxer Rescue. Your adoption fee is applied directly to our vet bills and pays for the Boxer's sterilization, fecal, exam, vaccines, microchip (if applicable), and general care while in the adoption program. None of the volunteers are paid. Even though the adoption fees help offset our medical bills, we still depend on donations from the public.

Purebred Boxer

8 weeks - 6 months

7 months - 12 months

13 months - 6 years $275.00

7 years and older

Occasionally we will have a Boxer mix in our program. The adoption fee for a Boxer mix (as determined by our veterinarians) of any age, is $150.