From Malcolm's Foster Mom:
Hi Everyone, Malcom here! Aren't I a handsome boy? I am only 5-6 years old, but I am the most calm 5-6 year old boxer. I am one of the best dogs that my foster parents have ever fostered. They call me Mr. Couch Potato, because all I want to do is relax and be on the couch next to my people, or my foster siblings. I have three foster siblings and I get along with them great. I also am great with on a leash and when I see other dogs in public. I am 100% the most laid back boxer you will ever meet. When I get my play on with my foster siblings, it only last about 45 seconds and I'm ready for some couch surfing. I have seen a few cats through the fence and I don't seem very bothered by them, but I haven't met one face to face. I am also great with doggies of all sizes.
My foster Mama says I am a special boy in many ways, not only for my personality. I am also special because I have a disease called "Cushing's" Disease. With medicine and a well balanced diet I have been doing great. One thing is I do have to pee every 3 hours, so I will need someone to be able to let me out. Also a side effect is lower thyroid, so I am on some meds for that. But honestly, that shouldn't be a reason not a adopt me!
I have been told I am the perfect gentleman.
If you are interested in adopting me, why not fill out an application today! I am here just waiting for the perfect home.... Is that with you?
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